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 *wlt_  Hon; of  y?������od  i_coof  95,08,  in wh������  l pwo  i  baud  i_ed_������  Worfe_  Wcito  ra.T.  werta.  ucfi  Living  W������|fvt������  Ltrcar  upplM  rwrft|t������-  Perrfpa  ���������ttliff'  1 W?r rvft  id ees  , aud  >\  h Wof.  5  ihabt*  ter,  !������������?������  to inly  IDil    ft  : youf  TW������'  rAiL  to put  Published every Saturday by      -|  5^Biafrgjp%ip;fta^^^  ���������.!" ^Ljti^ '.;:,, fp\  if-- i* ���������,'-*-���������* ^"$v% Jj|-   ������f5_   -,r.t <f '-lit. /���������/  "-     *������.?'| ���������������������*?: -f^fr  J  *#������������crB*; s4#r *t one tncb )^' flrstl nsertlon'; '*y*7������ s  FtrtwosQaR'rdB'flrsunsortion,  - ���������  ��������� "'���������  ���������     *(  oiio month.  jfgetft iff b ft-is ri -C a rib o<? 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".-.v. &>$A-"-J**fr*l>ii:\ ti.:,. -���������, ���������-. . {<}  Victoria", by"the" GracYof God, "of the United  KingdOMi of \ Greats Britain and IwlanftJ  ������������������������������������',; Queen, JDeferider of, the .Faith ,y&c.rr- \^f-i T X  To all |q wnom these presen^8hilLt%cbme-^;  ;.-.. , : GniETr^G*;^;;;fl-\'tr\- w ,?���������,fj0,>tuft1 [ v  Geo!! A?,.;Waxkem, l^ii^^^^^p^lfBt  Attorney-Gfenem  Polling Divisibri^m^tie^  vision of tlie Electoral piatrict 0'��������� GiAioc>.; t  > :Andiwhereas'an Address; of, the^Legislaiive  Assemlily ''wa'a^ presented to,^Hia E^celieney  the Lieuten ant-Goy erhori" on, & e^SJfei^dast i������f  March:last; praying?'that :?idditioiml polling  pi aces'might be establislied in tfie ElecCo ral  District of Ninaimb^ '*" '%   / ' *' ''''ff :\ .    ,  thqrity contairied fri^Sectibn 5^of ttie 'f'QSali-  ncation and-Regmtratiomof;Vqt|rs Act. 1875^,"  the Lieutenant^B^rjoor,Jin ;CpunciI hereby j  -prp6laTs&<ihaV[tfie'<OminecW'Polling Diyisi^^^^  a& defined ifcttoePwclafflatio^^  the^28th3^da^btSepitember^J871|8han^be arid  the* same *iftl hereby 'oterged in -the Richtield  Polling^ Division, of the Electoral uDistrlct pf  Caribooy! aad-HhelPpliln& tPMC? heretofore'  estabiiBhed . in the. Baid^Omineca Pollings.Db>  vision shall hereafter be'discontinued? ..-*..:. ^  ' ! ihat^itiohaVPplUng^ ?bhl?es-  taMished-iti^he Electoral Dietrict*ofTNanaiino,  v'rnh���������At the School hbuse^n!Gabri6ia Island,  and at theJ;Scbb%l hbuBe^iftorjiear the Wellington Collieryi r' > J   ..  .������������^.:> - h. t * f: I.{���������  In ' Testimony: ^hereof? W^b^^aneejat  ^ -" these1 Ourli-ttere to b%!made"Paten|faoT  the Great Seal of;;Gur said Province to  bevJieF^in^ the" Hon or-  abl e Joseph P[Eiji���������tT^^  : -*��������� Governor'of Our Baid Prbvince of BrUfsh  Columbia, in Our City of i^iotoriaVin t)xix  ': % said Province, this 28th dayof lApril^ in  :   the yeax of'Oar^Lord ^tSpjtolnihe,  Slth yearofjOuriRdgD^    .tf:ly  A i^^^SSbETEI) '6TbdK''6#  'ff^ii  1  ^ 1  i',K?  <y??.i  cir  ."P^tE-N-^ MEDICINES:/;  iU  come,along; wm<tour cxsh  6*  T������Jif$  -j^aN������;*Et?BAaGAINSr^^  KVySSSiK.'  :**. .V-  ������������,  i!^;7i *;^! Suijcesfeor s Mtoi^^-Kuri^- &^O.oiU=f������^f [  IMPOI^RS AlfD^llEALERS IS'.": I  ''VKV^'%Ilde3_MlES,r  -! ������������������ *>;f?i ((^rrylDgrHerMajesty7^telsvp:^^  ipOEu^clmg^;,^^:' tfie^ Ste ain e rs Jat^uesnpl-  !f; ?!' mbuthV;yalei'New. Westminst_i and:!!u' .'  '..'/���������, ���������-'������������������I ft -'' i. J ' -.;' ii   Vt-.f- ="-? v.> ' (*  V- ;.!>  ''J ''';. } , '��������� ���������*������;'���������.'-"��������� |V '���������*.?"','. ���������: ���������".    "':���������   ��������� ''  ���������������������������������������������',- '������'i*''���������'������>'?''       ���������*'-.    ���������   ���������f-f,i f'   '���������*       i''''.}'   " '*'; ��������� *'���������?* "'��������� -S* i'"  '.-**��������� i'  "./���������'���������^,  Jf^^Freight and Pass'^n  ^t:reasonable raieB.',, ^* *J,.V* -v-^v^^^V-j-' !  ": S^pr rales; X)i Freighl -: ^a'cPassageV apply '  W'vx'tMX :x.XTXfiCp\:if   ;,:, .  *":��������� f,    >    :     , 'GEJO. ByBNES^Agent//  ff. ,.-. X.k'\fX^XlXuXX..fX' ���������!;;���������. Barkery Ulef  .*:���������?:���������  (til  Brcbnimandiv.! ''fsffff'^X  .JOHN ASH,  ' :  ProyiBcial Secretary.  ;my22.  Dry ^pofe^t^W^^ffsL^  :J''t cxjkj^ ' I  7 ��������� ���������''".-���������..  vt Si ,^j^ __!__."��������� f*������ *. ��������� -.' ivJ"^' ��������� '��������� f\  ������������������Sjnsp AU^Goo-s of' the Best ^uality^aad. at- tjio!  IiOwest-Prices^f-'f^f V1;';-":'f'!/'������������������ /   ';��������� ��������� ���������:V.:  ��������� Barkerville, Ma>-0.. ������������������ ������������������ ��������� h f-^f^Hi,'������������������ >.vy^?$Qm;���������;  BBOVISIOIirS  WmCH-HE WILL SELL  .t:r'V^^Appouttma������tji5fT ������������������?  Provincial Secretary's Onlcc,  16tli April, 1875.  Hla Excellency the Licutcnant-Goveruor bas been'  plo&sod to place Thomas Seward, of Lytton, Esquire,  ;%on the Commissionsof tbe Peaco"for the Province of  British .CoUunb ia.    ..  ..,,.: By command.   >��������� .-��������� f %  t ft   f- ��������� **..    f:l-- ��������� ��������� JOHN ash,.. ���������: ���������  Provincial Secretary.  :  Provincial Secretary?s Office.  ; ft-.     T  '-���������-:.-:';..���������  16thApril, 1876..;  ���������>     ���������  Hla Excellency tlie Lictttenant-GovernOr has been  pl(*aSod to appoint John Chipp,. .Esqiiire, to be Coroner for tlio Lightning; Qucsnelmoutb, and .Klchflell  Polling Divisions of tho 15Icctoral District of. Cariboo,  Jn the place of Thomas Bell. Esquire, doceased. ���������  ��������� vBy command."    "':-"'   "'".-:  JOHN ASH," :  Provincial Secretary.  -   f' ' Private Secretary's Office,  ,  10th December, 1874;  '  His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor  wae on the 9th June, 1873, pleased to appoint  Hgnky Olasson CouRTNKYy Esquire, Attorney and Solicitor in the Supreme Court of  British Columbia/ to.be a -Not'ary Pliblic.  f l&] \ ;f joseph/w. -trutch:^ J;;vvl  x-    ��������� ;-<v.': >; ^CANAMvi3   ��������� -v "!.    j ���������  PROtl%CE;^  -YictoEiAj jy-'tfte Grace!*ef GolSjof;;the; Fnitect  f Kingdom cf^Great^^itain^  ;:������uken, Defender'of the Faith, <&c., &of-f '  To air to ^rhprn tfeeae'- ^resehtsj Btiall,-f fib'npjei^-  :...-,;��������� ^.GmM^Hfp^Xk:f'kT\,^ -.^������'-t i^  . \-X. 7 .   A PROCLAMATION. \    :���������.{/'  Gro. A. Walkbm, j; Whkreas the Lieuten ant-  Attorney-General: jl- Governor in*Gojinoil has  thought .'fityto; exempt',the Electoral Districts  of paribop,* Kbotenay andppwichain^.and^the.  Electora ffiereo'f������ frora'the|. pperatibh ,of���������������������������the  "Qualification/ and Reglalration of ��������� Vbfers  Act, 1875,"   ��������� y.^.^.-f- /������������������������������������:  Now knowye that, under and by virtue of  the authority contained in Section 7 of the  " QualiQcation. and Registration of Voters  Act^ 1875," the Lieutenant-Governor in Council hereby proclaims tbat the Electoral Districts ot Cariboo, Kbotenay^ and Oowichan  shall, until the first day of May,'. 1876, be exempted from the operation of the said Act,  and the Electors.,of the said Districts shall;  until the said first day of May, --1876, be exempted from the necessity of- sending to the  Collectors notice of their claim to vote. l  In Testimony Whereof, We have caused  these Our Letters to be made Patent, and  the Great Seal of Our said Province to be  hereunto affixed : Witness, the Honorable  Joseph WiLtuM Trutch, ���������Lieutenant-  Governor of Our said Province of British:  Columbia, in OurCityof Victoria,in Our  said Province, this 28th day of April', in  the year of Our Lord, 1875^ and inj the  38th year of Our Keiga. t(  By command^  JOHN ASH,      ,   - .    ..,,..������������������  H^lM;l:S/;:a:TO^E:,  l''f   (^ !���������! 'u  Where there ��������� are. BtilJ-pjenty of ..the, best\ h rah^s! ol  ,������*.',*������  fc.   i.: BHtish^Colunibla -   "* *f *       X.  FLOU_t/.r  >i~ ':������������������' i;.v / *[* -.:. ;rfi. v   o  !!'    LILLOOET! BEANS <* 187$/^-^  And other Farn^rbdiice.'at VERY LOW RATES;':!  t: i "ss:;'v':v4r).������ilso; R%encraiassort_ie_it,������f!'>!^v^ v j .-!���������  q i>'3 i $ti **^S '*��������� !��������������� :'������.ir> f-C y^ -  h!^v'f fpfMaotS ^.-..SHOESjTP ti  j#_f* Commission, Storagc.and Forwarding business  done at reasonable rates. ������   -'���������������>���������' ���������"': '���������l- ';������������������' "'  ::.my3.rm i:->       r.v;;:-^ JAS.  RE1D. .  r; ��������� '"..A FUOTHER^IJPPL?^p#  '������������ ^i.r-l J������. -  .% -" 'r ^v '��������� ^ \ DR."GHIPP:^  ^Barkerville,'April H.      '  ''    ^ *���������������* 5^  s^'Dr.Chitfp'wjW  eyeryiiSXJNDA!^ xintiLKoon^a$ nsual^^s: ^  vlan }t yolkenhurajli- fe Go  ������w  #FrK;E;R^ii|t.j;^4 ....  :iiiisrtifciiiK  - ��������� ";:   "��������� '!A.,BUi.raT.pF-THfl;>"';T:-:"   . -  > J e20j ..���������.;-;;    ; Always ion hand^   **���������������;  :. ^* .  BTANLY,'- ��������� !-��������� "r"���������' iisHTNINGf��������� CkEEK/  5' _'^���������,:|Hasonhaad a^ehoicestock ���������% ->- |-i���������V  Brvisiotis, l ^^dtebrite^i-  "rt. ..  6n hand. evbrything  wiD'ffliiiiiH  fV  ra^_e so llborallvcox^w^ tke^old Qrm  which he will sell,   ' '.'���������'!���������'.;. ;  i-y- ��������� -'���������:.*.   . tf  ^OLESALE,AND RETAILi'^AS CHEAP  ^;,::,;;., ^"AS'THEiraEArasT^^,.,^:^'.  is  Ij^ROM THIS DATE THE ASS AY 'Char ge  1 , for lots of Gold Dust, of Fifteen Ounces or uaoer  ^REDUCED!TO TWO DOLLARS;���������  it ': ��������� ���������:':'.-��������� frtt^-'^^y" -? ft- '���������.'������������������ 'ft������������������-���������������������������-*  and lop ( '..-   ���������'.. -?   ';���������. -       *,   "'���������:���������   ',,;,. -,-    :.V;-  MINERAL ASSAYS TO FIVE DOLLARS,  the latter payable 'in!&dvkne<������   ���������.   = '  > ���������  ���������;..'       . fW. SITCHCOCC,.,  ... ,! a_���������������  ������%^  At^ '^J5:T  "-������������������������  M><'  'wwBMu.HiiBaMmyi .imjmsrenwWBSSSKSEWS^ wmm
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'    SATUKDAtv JUNE 12. 1875.
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f:r- f X'ffXf     C(*ITiCAL.    :
It Is fepoTtftS, on good authority, tbat Mr
.'���: TXR. Patmllo and Mr Wra. Thompson will
offer themselves as candidates for the Local
]t$gi*latitre for this district at the next election
-.'&��&. of   thejse. gentlemen    are    practice
'gainers,   are   well   acquainted,  with   tbe
f?igmi:ementfl of the district, and are also
Bound on all questions affecting the welfare
of the Province.   Capt Evans also intends
offering himself; but although tbe Captain
has "moderated "his political ^opinions lately.
and states that he endorses tbe general policy
of tb�� present Government aiid would never
thfnk of assisting to turn them out in order to
place men of the same stamp as the Opposition
In office, a large number of people; are not
*jalienors tbat be might not fail into the ranks
vf the enemy on the first opposition to his
hobbies by tbe supporter* of " gosd Govern-
. ..ment:"    Another  candidate,  Mr  A. B. B.
r})*fii9t we understand. also intends  offering
bis services lo the constituency.   Mr. Davie is
* yonng man and a young member of tbe
^Ugai profession ; but we have not a word to
May wlthregard to hU fitness to represent lis
so far* as either^ bis youth   or  hit I legal
acumen are concerned.    But strong, insur
motintabla objections must, in justice to this
important electoral district, be urged against
him.   He is not a re&ident of 4he district^���
oas only a passini interest in it. such as a
z travelling dentist would have in drawing the
teeth of his chance patients, pocketing their
cash and journey ing onward in search of new
.fields ��f labor.   Or, jo fewer words, we might
describe, him as a mere "bird: of passagej"
all bis interests beiria; centered in Victoria���
which he would aqlely represent were he to be
returned.   When Cariboo desires to be represented by an ���:���* outsider," or a permanent
tesidentof Victoria, she will find no difficulty
in securing the services of much more experienced men thart Mr Davie.   The district
wants    two   practical-   miners,    with    &
fair; -share, of common'sense and judgment.
to advise Mr Walkera as to our requirements
In mining and other matters.   Our present,
.*nd without doubt.our future, senior representative possesses the  requisite ability to
sarry their suggestions into effect
���'. In connection with the coming election, we
rn*y mention once more lhatMr Wnlkera has
not nor ever bad any intention of severing his
Jong political connexion with Cariboo*  Any
reports  to the contiary are false.    A few
.words taken from a private letter received
toy: a  gentleman   in   Barkerville from Mr
Walkeni will effectually nail this false report:
" J yro Important constituencies asked me to
run. and I would be returned   for cither
place ;   but I unhesitatingly declined to give
np ray old and ever considerate constituency."
OE*   f
: f nta Houpats.���A meeting was held io
Barkerville on Monday even ing last lor the
purpose of appoiuling^a committee to make
the necessary preparations for the celebration
ef the* coming-holidays.. Before proceed
log with the business of tbe evening, the com
ttittee appointed at a previous meeting
repor>l to the effect JtHt Lightning, creek
tad won tbe cholcs of da'yg^aml had selected
the 1st and 2d July ; that no public money
would Ise expended oa the 3d July, and that
the 5th (the ith falling on Sunday) and 6th
July would be celebrated in Barkerville, the
..!��* to be celebrated-at-either place every
alternate year in future. A committee of
nine gentlemen was then appointed/'with
prf)wer to add to their number, to make ar-
rangemenla for tbe celeb ration.       ���    ":*  -
The cdllectoTB were.oov'on Wednesday, and
*b�� result of their first day's work in Barkerrille was $720.
LJFIafcBacfc 200 y��ro^._-4>15
2: Standing Plat Jump," i *   . 7
3. Running Flat.. Jump, X.xfK   .7
4. Hurdle Race, 150yd?,5 bur*
dies, 3 feet, high, -,,'���< v,; ,   iO 00 ...    5 00
5. Running High Jump.  ";.   10 00 -    5 00
6. Wheelbarrow Race, 150	
yds, no prompting. ��� v,.        10 DO        6V00
7. Vaulting High Jump,, 7 50        2 50
8. Siwash Race, 200 yds, : "������ f&M }     2 50
35flf yards; h#ats. 3Jn 5 ; 25 yards distance ;
weight 130lbs.'Entrance$20.
v MINERS' PlfRSE, $100,.     :
350 yards ; beats. 2 in 3;, 25 yards distance;
weight 130 lbs- Entrance, $7 50. Winner of
Derby barred, . <-   .*
-      COLONIAL PURSE, $73,"
open only to Colonial, bred horses.   950 yds ;
heats, 2 in 3 ; 25 yards distance; weight 130
lbs.;, winners of previous races barred.   ��n
trance, $5. .''.".'" ', !"    "p""��	
; VANWINKLE PUBSE, $50, ���     \
350 yards ;  single dash ;  weight 130 v lbs.;
winner* of previous races barred; entrance
$5. - .    -        -'���:       j"   ���
���       . ,   SIWASH RACE,    ,
Horses to be the property of Indians.
A signal gun will be fired at TEbf o'clock
sharp, when the Sports will commence. A
Salute will be fired at noon; !.    ;
Bominibii   Day
Monday & Tuesday, July
5th and^th, 1875. ;
Mr John Bowron,      Mr S. A. Rogers,
Mr Wra. B. Steele,       Mr Wm. Reunie,
Mr James Lindsay,   , Mr R. Lipsett, .;._���-;.
J. S, Thompson, M.P., Mr R. Sievenson,
. Mir It! Allen,.
��� r. ���
:.X'''P;'ete^t'idayP "ff
Auctioneer, Co mm i er tUbn
 and Mining Agent,.
.^j-Goods received and stored lnJFIRE-PROA,& '
CELLAR, and liberal advances ra*clo on ��ame _i
reasonable"rateB..        ' fj; ay's
Foot Race, 100 yards,; ,:     '*
Vaulting High Jump,
Wheelbarrow Rape, 100 yds,
Hop, Skip and Jump,
Foot Race,; 150 yds, (winner of'
100 yd race barred)  ...;.-'_".;���* 10 00
Three Standing Jumps, 10 00
Pioneers' Foot Race, for 68ers;     ;
$7 50
7 50
���7 00
7 00
Tenders are Invited by the undersigned for
the purohase of *tb�� whole of the -
$5 00
5 00
. FR5DAY,   J^l-y
K:-*X     ' .     S^ORTBy <:X
0. Flat Race, 7.50 .yards, ff''
winner ��f No. 1 barred,""$15 -00
10. Runniiig Hop, Skip and      "ft.
Jump, 7 50
11. Fiat Race, 100 yards,* win   :
' ners of No. 1 and 9 barred. 12 $0
12. Three Rlat Jumps,    .       7 50
13. Sack Rice, 50 yards,        7 50
14. Three-Legged Race, 100   .
yards,  X.    10.00
15. Si wash Race, 200 yards,  5 00 	
Entrance fee $1 for all Atbiotic Sports, ex
cept Siwash races, which are free.   Three entries, or no money will be given.
^a. Sports to commence each day at TEN
o^iock sharp.. A signal gnn will bo fired.
v    Horse-Racing;
350 yards; heats. 3 in 5 ; 25 yards distance;
weight 130 lVs ;. winner of Stanley Derby
barred.   Entrance $15*
$7 50
2 50
7 50
2 50
2 50
5 00
2 50
Prosperous RKTcrtNED.^^fessrs. Jsaacs,
Flynn & Co. relumed to Barkerville this
week, having been absent six weeks on a
prospecting (ourJu the country lying between
pillow and Bear rivers. Very little prospect-
%ng was done by the party, beyond sinkibg
Several boles, in which a few colors were got
The party will "return ia a fessr 'd*ys, beiog
suisfied from their preliiniriary inspecrlon
that there is a.gc^od chance to find diggings. *
LI0HTN7XO CRBKK.^The Van Winkle co.
abut down this week until the freshet is'over.
The Costello co. washed up 27 oz, last week
and 18 onWedhesday.^ Tb��. Eleven of EJng-
lend co, aro oai^er 70 feet from;^ sfeaft,
CARII300 PURSE, $100.
350 yards ; beats, 2 in 3 ; 25 yards distance;
weignt, 130 lbs.; winners of all previous races
barred j eutrance, $7 50.
HACK ftACE, $50,
open only to horses, owned and worked on
Lightning creek at the date of this programme.
350 yards ; heats, 2 in 3 ;��� 25 yards distance ;
weight 130 lbs j eutrance, $5.   .
,��pen   only: to   beaten  horses.     350  yards;
single dash ; weight 130 lbs.; entrance $5.
Horses to bo owned by Indians;  winner of
Indian race on Srst day barred.
In all the above horse races there must be
three horses entered, and two to start. The
horses must be the property of different
owners or no public money will be given.
Further nil ea governing the horse racing will
be posteil up by tbe Com�� it tee on the first
and second days of race*.
Sealed entnes, with tee enclosed, will be
received for the Stanley Derby by the Secretary, at Bee<ly'�� store. Sianley, up to 10
p.m. on Juo�� 30(b. Entrances for the other
races will be received on' the course by the
Secretary 16 inintuea before starting.
All purees aud prizes will be p_id on the
Alsx Limo.ay, Chairman.
Maiwiul Ba* r. Secretary.
Jambs Ckan, .Tre-siirgfc
100yards.    .. .     . 10 00
Foot Race, 250yards, (winners *
of 100 & 150 yd race barred) 20 00 10 00
Boys' and Girls' Race.    ��� -
Siwash Race. 200 yards, 5 Oft-   . 2 50
Uhiuamari's Race,   , 7 50       2 5.0
Entrance to 250 yard race, $3.. For all
��ther sports, $1; except Boy*1 aud Girls, Si-
wash and.Chiuaman's races.
DOMiNION JMJliSE; $300,;
$5�� entrance added. 400 yards ; ^eats. .3 in
5 ;25 yards distance; carrying nyt less than
140 lbs If three hor.es run, sec *nd to
save eutrance. ���: . ��� *' -'���...:, ������-...-���.���-.;���   ���
��     CARIBOQPURSB, $125,:.   >
$15 entrance added. .400 yards ; beats, 3 in
5 ; 25 yards distance ^carrying not less than
140 lbs..- If three bora es run; second to save
eutrance.  Winner of Dominion Purse barred
.  r\.     . MINERS'; PURSE, ^S75, :
$10 entrance added.   400 yards; heats, 3 in
5,; 25 yards distance ; carrying rnot less than
140 lbs.   Winners pf- previous races, bar red.
;.'-���;;;;' :... sports.:  V
Potato,Race, 50 yards, 5 .'���   ~-
Murpheys,  ftt . f-
Foot Race, 200 yds (winners
of foot races ou-previous    ,
day barred), . 15 00 5 00
Hurdle Race, 150 yards, 5
burdlos, 3 ft.,     ���      N    ;       10 0(3
Entrance to 200 yard race, $2 ; other races,
SI. For all sports, two entries or- no money
given ; three entries or no second priz'*.
^ff" Sports .will commence at TEN o.ra
$25 entrance, added, for horses foaled in the
Province. !4'p0 varps; heats, 3^o5; 25 yards
distance; carrying not less-than 140 lbs. If
three entries, second to aavo entrance.���
Winner of Dominion Pnise:barred>
Messrs. Qohen & Hoffman,
.���"���;";;   barkerville,       . ;
Consisting of a well-assorted Stock ef
$7 00       $3 00
of every description.   *      .r    .   .. -.
Parties desiroijs of tendering for the purchase of the whole of the Stock in-Trade are^J
invited to inspect the same,a complete lisven-*
tory or which may be neeh on the^r��'m;*es,
Barkefvrlle; at Mr Smith's stare, .Stanley,,
and at Mr James Reid's store, Qiie��ne1 in out hV
Tenders to be j��ent in on the basjs of the ���
In yen to ry;' and any G ood s sob! iii the mean
time amount to be deducted from ^be. amount
of Tender.      . , .'���!- ..      :.;5'?
Tbe highest Tender accepted,. provided II
Is sufficient to satisfy the Mortgagee'* claim.
Tenders will be received up to noon of the
14th da? of Jane; 1875. "'��� " :.ff   "��� ' ���""-"���'���
;    "     *     X GEO.BYRNES.       V
X "3lort>ragee<,
Barkerville, May 17. 1875.        ^   niy;^    f;
- NptieTE;   o   "^
Th.8 Assizes   \- ; ���    '|:; "
il. .postpoucd uaiil Thursday, the iy-veoteenth ��l <r
of.*.Tun<��,   unci. at'Richfield   uutii AVu'ridepdMy,   |W
T^eniy-tbird day of Jan<#. ���' ���  '    t    '        ";
'- GEO   BVRNK-,    .;!..!
.-������ * T      Siiehlf of C*ribof��.:' .
RichdeM, U*y t2, 1676. ��� -.. mv*_��'
400 yards ; heats, 2 itf'S ; 25 yards dist-ance ;
carrying not lees than 140 lbs.  Entrance $10.
AU previous winners barred.   Three to enter.
400 yards; beats,2 in 3; 25 yards distance;
carrying not less than 140 lbs.. All previous
winuers barred.   Three fo enter,   'u
"    SCRUB RACE, $30,
400 yards; heats, 2 in S ; 25 yards distance;
catch weights. Entrance, $3. AU previous
winners barred.   Three to enter.
for beaten horses ; 400 yards ; heats, 2 in 5 ;
25 yard* distance ; entrance, $5 ; 3 to enlei.
Entrances for Dominion   and   Provincial
purses to  be made to the'Secretary, at the
Telegraph  Office, before 9 o'clock p.m. June"
30th. Other entrances to be made 15 minutes
before each race.   No person to enter more
than ona horse in any race, and all horses to
be the bona fide property of the parties claiming ownership.   At least two horses to run
for each purse, or no race.   The committee is
invested with full  pow-ar of governing  the
SporU in all mutters, or of adjourning any of
the sntne to a future day. aud  their decision
shall be final.
,    J. S, Thompson, Chairman.
Ricu'd Allbn, Secretary.
......      .. '% B. Svmuz, Treasurer.
Bork^rvilte,' June 12* *      '
A   ourt of General Assize
rv Trius will be h��I/l At e��ch of the unftermrutif>��^d.
places us follows, and all witnesaoe aro hereby notiflo .
to attend thermit:,..
New Westminster. Thursday, litb Say.
Yale: Tuesday, 18tu May.     ���
Lytton,TnMay, 21st May.
Karnioops, Thursday, 27th May.
Clintnn; Tuesday, 1st June. -        .
fQnesnelle, Thursday, 17th June.   ���
Richfield, Wednesday, 23d Jiine. "
The Fall Assize am\ any otho'r Aasiae l as
may require will Wenftcr be fixed
D_ted 10th day or April, 1875.-    \"      -
Byeomajaud. ..  ^. .-.
t .-���/������: JOHN,ASH.  .
my5 Proviueial Secrete rt.
proximo, ���"      ���
for th�� granUng or Spirit Ucensoa uoMfr the pre^
rislona ot tho Mceiiso AmeudmeDr. Act, 1875. 1
H. M. BALL, Siipondlar/ Magistrate
j. NUIT, J.P.      '
- Sarkwrvul   , 12U May, ig|&
PnoYiNCiAL Skckktaky's Offick,
���HUi May, 1875.
for Liquor Licenoes, except in   Municipalities which bave already passed By-laws
<m tlie subject, are hereby notified that, pursuant (o the ��� Licence Amendment 5Acr, 1875/
they are required to give one month's   notice1
of their intention to petition to two Justices
of the Peace, in the district in which they reside, for a Licence.   A copy of such  notice
to be posted on the outer door of tbe Court
House nearest to tbe place in respect of which
such petition is made.
And they are to apply by petition to the
said Justices of the Peace 8fteen days before
the sitting of ta* licencing Court, which will
be hem v�� tfe�� 'im Jt_n&.' ��� &        ���-**
1 *K00*  !a*ne, &%  n������d fop  i-  aan,  t ef \  m  <e pur-  fc������le are*  Invent  ���������nr^es,  hnil������yt  month,  pf the  * mean  mount  ided it  I aim.  Of tilt)  UFA  size  NISI  t'Uoned  i.otifioA  VEN  14 oa  LD,  a*. '  PLY  aici-  laws  pnr-  875/  )iice  lices  f re-  >Hce  ourfc  idea  th&  lore  f������  TJfECAKIBOO MMlfct,  ���������    SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1875.  ��������� ��������� .���������   ,    -     ,_,.   ���������        ���������   ,   .    rg ,    , .',   M',';j      __, _���������'���������'���������,. ��������� _,���������  _��������� i. . >.     i '        i     I   W .i ���������       - ��������� ... . _-.     . . ,.i, . ��������� , _  " BIRTH&  At Barkerville,.on the 6th June the wife of  Mr Bksjasiin Van Volkkkbouuh, of a daughter.  *A( .Stabler; on the '9th June, the wife of  Ma^MEsVofafon. fi. ..���������  . ���������". .DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN VICTORIA:  ; Victoria. June 7���������At 3 o'clock thla morn-  : ing^a ire broke out ia the. Colonial Hotel,  Goreramcnt-atr^tr de_troytng_Lth������J������ii IdLog  Kftd contents, Gilmore's clothing store. Man-  ��������� .sell's boot e to fe, Geiger & Becker's, barber  *hap, and W. & J. Wilspn'B.new buildings.--  >.Tbe fire burnt with fury for two 'hours.'' Loss  estimated at from $25,000 to $30,000, partly  covered by .insurance.* : v.  Victoria, 8th-The loss by yesterday's fire  * falls most heavily on Lucas & Reedon of the  Colonial Hotel, who are only insured for  $8,000; MrGUmore had a stock worth $20s~  000, insured for >10.000 * MansonV^tack,  worth $16,000. insured for $6,000; Captain  Morton loses about $1200, insurance $750.���������  T*eig<������r<& Backer, lop? $2������00. insured for  $1500 ; Seymour, lo*������ $400, insured ; Lam-  kin & Fields, $100. insured; J. S. Drummond.  $ 100, insured. Total loss forty thousand  ^dollars.       .���������'���������-'.���������'.���������:..: ���������:/. <.  Sir Guy Huston, a pioneer of 1858, died on  Sunday after a lone ��������� illness*  ASCOT RACES.  MERCHANT SHIPPING* OF THE DOMINION. --/*  The quantity of shipping registered in the  Dominion of Canada on tbe 31st December  T873, including Inland shipping, canal and  river barges, &c., was 6.782 vessels', measuring  1,073,718 tons. On the 31st December, 1874.  it was 6,930 vessels,measuring 1.158,363tons.  showing a very considerable increase in 187&  over 1873, It would be very difficult toar  rive at a correct valuation of this property,  as there h such a wide difference in the value  of the different descriptions of vessels53on the  registry books; some of tbe steamers with  their machinery costing from $80 to $100 a  ton, while some of the small sailing craft or  barges would not be worth more than; $15' or  $20 a ton. Good sized, new sailing vessels,  "duly classed in British or French Lloyds,  might be fairly valued at from $40 to "$50 per  register ton. As a large number of the vessels on the registry books are old and much  reduced in vnlue, it would not in ray opinion  be. safe to put the average value of the ship-  ping of the Dominion at a much higher figure  than $30 per ton. Taking this low rate as an  average value/it would give the total value  pf the registered shipping of the* Dominion as  $34,750,890, at the lowest calculation, altho^  some persons might place the value at a  higher amount than this. ���������'.!; ' : ,  Although an approximate estimate may be  made of the valueof. shipping registered Jn  the \Dominion.- it would be very difficult to  make such.an estimate of the tonnage owned  in the Dominion; as many of the vessels on  the Registry books of Canada are? owned. by  persons^ who do not reside in Canada, aud  have no connection with it; while, on the  added^ta tbe list of ^steamers in Canada 74  new steamboat*, making a gross tonosg* of  12.252 tons and 8\Sul register, addingwary  considerably to the steam marine of Canada,  DuringHne same period there were 24 steamers lost," broken^ up or put out of service,  having a,gross tonnage of 5,563 tons and 3,227  tons register, and this will give a gain of 50  steamers of across tbnnaae o'fiU>8&tons and  5,074, tqns register. The very great increase  that ha| ;takeri^iace4n-the steam., tonnage, of  V������e Dominion Is shown^y. tbe fact that, while  in 1868 the, number of steamers inspected wa*  only 350, in 1874Hhe number was 535..  a'-*wi-jfr������L  ift#u    i4ii._t._i*. .__.._ other hand, there is a number of vessels regis-  linden. 10^-AMlie As^ttMoy the old tered in the United Kingdom which are.partly  ^cu-p was won by Doncaster;  ������hd Nought 3d.  Adventure, 2d;  ������  , I It in suggested that for purposes of identi-  ficilionof criminals, R is only w������cess*ry to  *get a distioet^photpgranb of the palm of one  band. tak������n in a strong obltquelight, so as to  biuigoUl the markings sacugly>' This will  b������ found a rn**!*. \* ;s saH, n^V.er alike lh two  ���������pHp*nn!-; nodi!������gui������������ short of actual disfigure*  went will do away with the difference.  PxnxAnn & Co.'h Express left Quesnelmouth  at 3.30 jesterday muiuing.   Arrived at Stan-  . fey^ et. ������7 p.m., and Jlartfrville ati2:m.���������  l^sengef' list :-^Counij .Court Judge Ball������  Messrs. A.E.B.!'D������ivie, J. G. Baiiisfcon, Geo.  Byt!;���������������������, aud 5 Chiuumea, for Bitrkernlle;  ��������� Coo>."General Gi'ft^y. for.Qnesn*������l.       ';   f  * \ Canyon Cb_kk,��������� A 8300 feet claini on Can  yon Ore������������k was r������������c^rded 'tbfa week.. A cbm-  p������\iy is at present engaged bluking a shaft;  \b\it aa it was found impoMible .to bottom it  : without machinery, the new company has  been formed tor the purpose of ahsisting  -them. ' ���������������������������!���������  The Weatheb,--W������ think we are safe in  saying that summer has at last set in, that i*  so far as temperature is concerned. Heavy  rains have fallen during the past few days.  ���������nd the different creeks are very high. No  damage by ibe freshets reported so far.  .. Tak First Pack Trj���������������a of the.season arrived 8C>VanWiokle on Thursday. Guitierre^  Bros, pack train, which left Yale on the42tb  May, loaded with merchandise for Beedy &  Tawnsend ; and Raphael Carancho's traln������-  loaded for Wa Lee & Co. ���������  Foot Rack.���������A 200 yard foot race was rnn-  ������n Thursday evening between Wm.Fuvel and  an Indian (the Lillooet champion), in which  4he former won by fl?e or six feet/nftr_ a  hard struggle. ***        j '  Thk aggregate amount of the contracts let  on account of the construction of the Canada  Pacific Railway is $7,010,480. Of .this amount  $2,6^9.295 w:il be expended between Ottawa  aad Lake Nipissing.  TtuiNiNa.���������Tbe following' horses are in  truining at Barkerville for the Cariboo races  in July :-Wra. Dixon's Bulger Dick, Oregon  Dick, Trifle and Jack Miner; Graham's Flora.  ���������' Hon. Mr Blak'k has es tered the Dominion  Cabinet as Minister of Justice vice Foil rn ler.  who takes the Postmaster-Generalship vacated  by Maodonald on his appointment to the  Lieutenant-Governorship of Oatario.!  Passbnorrs by last down Express :-~Mr  6nd Mrs Wilson,*for Yale; l&m Hyde and J.  Elder, and Geo. Byrnes, for Quesnelmouth;  Jon. Nutt, for 150 mile post.  Conkun GuLcit���������The Ontario co. had 62  ������a. last week, and 20 oz. on'Wednesday.  . A t Copiitr Court will be held at Richfield  MISCIl.liiHSOUv  coyitf  advertised io be beid at^icbft'eld on fiS_tfay,*  ;'��������� June 7flij nas been tether jpostponed to  ���������������4-  or wholly'" owned - by persona residing in  Canada. The irapeml Registry Laws allow  a British shipowner tb register his vessel in  any jregistering port in her Majesty's Do minions: tie may select!  Much interest and pride is naturally felt by  all. Canadians in the important position which  Canada is now assuming with reference to (he  rapid growth of her thercanfile marine, aiid  her relative position" aiming the other ship  owning States of the woild.   If ber merchant  shipping increases as fast in the luttire as it  uw* done in the past, aiid thefe'is'every rea  simable ground for believing that it will do  so, there can be Very little doubt that before  many years elapse she! will Btand* tbird or  fourth on the Mat of the ship-own ing. countries  of the world���������Great Britain and Ireland hold  ing the opposition, sod liie United States til  America the second*f ���������'*'���������'  In. the book published by^e BursalVeritas, known as th^ Repertoire General, for  1874-7$, a statement is given, of the' tonnage  of each 8ag, both of sailing0 and steam vc������������?er.>  and it is probably as reliable an authority as  Can-befonnd^on this'subject,.tint with reference to sailing ships it distinctly states that it  only .gives the sea-going vessels, leaving out  probably a large quantity of coasting and inland tonnage of each country. With reference  to Bteamers. it also giyea only the sea-going,  vessels, aiid all those over 100 tons net regis1  .ter, while in Canada everything is included ia  the official returns of tonnage registered.  It-appears by thia-anthority that the net  register sea-going tonnage for 1874 of thel  British Dominions was 7,374,718 tons, which  includes the colonial tonnage of the empire.  Scotch Coloni_s wCpTPAt 'Asia.���������When*  ever tbe Eastern Question assumes more  threatening proportions, and Hera! and-Men*f  which Sir J\Barrel! seems to thiQk are on tie  fudiaa;fro.ntter, are'menaced? by our enemies,  it Willie .satisfactofyto know that we possess  in thevery heart of Asia a-lUUetand.of allies  whose hearts vve may hope*will be in uiison  with (he dwellers on. our own Grampian hillp.  A receuviraveller^oZanskar, struck by the  Scotch, pronunciation-of these Thibetanmoun-  tainec^8,;tias ascertained from a Gaelic echolar  that thp Highlandersi of' Scotland and the in  habitahts of this1province belonifio the same  race, ^anskar fe simply Sanquhar, bonnets,  brooches and plaids are worn; and ;the  woollen;. garments of .these Asiatics are chec'>  ered ������ nd iitriped in .brilliant. colors after the  mauner^o'f;x|h<* ���������: clan.''.tartans..; II and n being  interchangeable consonauts it is possible tt.a  tartan comes from Tartar, while almost every  name in* this locality ha9 a Gaelic meaning.  The traveller also darkly alludes to another  legend not generally' known, which was re-,  luted .to ;iim-by a learned friend, who insis ���������  that the word tartan obtained its present application Jreben; the Assyrian General Tartan  (Isa. xx ,' 1.-4) took. Ashdod, and carried away  the Egyptians captive in ran imperfectly  clpthcdcohditioh, which triusthave made them  bear a. a t liking resemblance to ��������� Scotch -Highlanders in their aaCioaai costume.-���������[Pall Mall  Gazette;,-; .... '���������;> '.-,:;       ; ;  Tub Fastrst Horse ln Enoland.���������At ihi  Royal Patfdbcks in Hanipton Court I first saw  Prince CbarUe-^tbe fastest horse*in England,  or that probably ever has been in England at  bis: distancei about three quarters ot a mi le;  and the ideaof ;eudeayoring;to beat!bim last  year with th^.French colt IVhtatre was the  most ridiculous thing that could have been  fctieoipteeL Th5 race was only a band-gallop  for Prince' Chartfl. rBut the great horse be-  cime a confirmed roarer^and had to be withdrawn from the turf to ppehd!the remainder c f  his days in- the pcKdd.oc.k.'. I asked the grooin  if lie thought the horse could be purchased.  Ho did not; know whether he,was for sa e o -  not, but was,-very,certain that ������10.000 would  not secure :hira. Gbarlie is a great pale cbea-  mU, '164' hands in height, with a blaze face  and two white heels on his bind legs Ha is  the longest" horse* I; ever 6aw, even mnoh  lunger than the renowned Longfellow. For  so large a beast Prince Charlie is the most  perfectly formed horse that can be imagined  lie is as.'round as a Shetland poney and his  development superb. He has a magnificent  bead, neck and back, and propelling powers  tbat no horse in'England can equal. Large  as is our Springbok,, he..would'look small  alongside of Prince Charlie; and notwith-  standing this horse's infirmity of being  Monday, r$m& 14, 18  !������������������-������������������������������������'-   .   By order.*v,*;.* */'��������� !..'���������' 'ff ;  .;,';;. ..:: fpxpp, ;,,j^mt^D_^r, ;  . ���������*f' ������������������������������������!.: ��������� ���������" Regfstrar County Conrfc  Richfield, Kay 28,1875.; _' '��������� PPXift ���������.&lt*f  ���������  ).-;  ���������,������������������}���������(  Xyf ;,y':^Ji;0 TjLC'B^w,.XX* ���������-���������.-'-��������� ���������  V LL PERSONS .indebted" to tie taken*  <x. \ Ectata are. requested %o aottle.yicir account! oft.  or before toe 10th Day Oof July next* o^bPrWiB*  legal tj-^ooe'ediags will be InsiiiuWd for tb������ veeorflsy  of the Mine. *--.;  *j '-:-  if- ��������� '������������������'��������� " -, ���������>��������� :'��������� ���������������������������������������������.- ���������< '���������':    ' GBO-SYR^SV  ���������   p- ������������������'.-������������������-. ���������*;������������������������������������ Depnty Admlulatr&tdfc  T HATE THIS DAY DISPOSED OVAKt'  -JL'. tlonpf my Stock, ^nl.my * .  ���������v.-  '":  o^ wiLtUitfs creek; \  to MA30N te DALV, Kesifiurftnt-keepersief"Biirtr-^  ���������iUo.      ; 't.'f'   / '.. -     .. "   , v . :'  Barkerville, June 8, Wb.f .vj^S  r   . ��������� ������������������. ���������    ���������   '���������'������������������   f.:-���������~r ,������������������' .���������. f . ... '���������'.";��������� "'���������  ������t-w3*._  ;;:-.:Wni. Jfnrdoergv   !  HAVING  returned .from San Franciiseej  ..has  resumed busineas in BaTkervJllo,  in th������.  premises lately occupiedby M; Jacquemot,;-.:*..?.. '>  TWO DOORS BELOW THE^ ANTELOPB  " RESTAURANT/    "V  Clocks Repaired Af  .���������    "Watches   and  Moderate Rates.'���������'.:.:''.  A Stock ofvFiist.clas8    "',';:"    - fff        fflff  GOLD & SILVER WATCHER  JEWELLERY^ Ac., ;  ff'fp:  on hand.- -  EUrkerville,; May 24.  'tsytt-  ^OTICIi  THE undersign ed being, about to, l^aveBiir*  kervillc, offers hia . ���������;-;;'���������:..:;.":! ���������;/������������������;,--.;��������� .,-,���������.:, ���������:'-';���������.  Billiard Saloon & Fixtures  A. VERY LOW. FIGURE.  Po������seesion c������n be had'on or before the Istr-July.   9o9  particulars, apply on the premises,   : R. 1JPSKTP.  a  Martin, in tbe Statesman's Year Book, gives I roarer numbers of breeders are sending the t  LL Parties indebted to the uuderslffixed,  IX   cither by Book or* Note; aro respectfully r^������  .quested to settle'thc same beforo the 1st July.  R- LIPSETT,  Rarkft^ville, Mtt.28,187������ my2������lm  the total tonnage of Great Britain aiid Ireland for 1874 a3 5,748,097. These figures do  nut include the tonnage of the British  coloniea.s.  ."; The next largest shipowniog; country of the  world is the United States of America, wbich  bad in 1874 2,6*5,360 tons of sea-going: shipping and steamers,-excluding .inland and  river craft and steamers under 100 tons.���������  Martin gives the total 'tonnage of that country  tor .1873 as 4,408.046 tons. ..  The next oft the list is' Norway, whieh had  1,385'843 tona in 187-1 of sea-going shipping  and-steamers. < '<"��������� *\ ��������� f ��������� ���������' ' * ;��������� -'���������  - The tburth on tbe list is'Ttftly, which had in  1B74. 1,288,627 tons of seagoing Ships arid  s'teatneW''    ''���������-'��������� , r *��������� -.*���������' ���������"' ^'.  .-:,: The fifth on th������ list:is Germany, which!had  in 1874 1.040,785 tons of sea'rgofng shipping,  exclusive-bi inland vessels and steamers under 100 trfns. ��������� ���������.  -, TheHotai tonnage of Canada* for 1874 was  1,158,363, but if the> iolahd xonnnge and  steamers.under 100-tons were deducted from  that amount it is doubtful it it would equal  the tonnage of Germany.  Wilh these figures, therefore, it is difficult  to say posilively waether Canafl a stands fi ftb  or sixth on the list as regards tbe quantity of  tonnage registered under each of the national  (lags of the maritime States, but enough has  been stated to show that before many years  have elapsed Canada may reasonably expect  to take her position as the third or fourth  greatest ship-owning country of the world.  France, according to thc Repertoire General, owued ia 1874, 941,817 tonB pf sea-going  mares ��������� to him.   He is limited to 25, and his  list has been full for some time.  A little girl at echool read thus: "The  widow lived on a limbaoy left her by * relative." '*' What did you call that word 1?) asked  the teacher ; " the word is legacy, nol lira-  bacy." " But," said the little girl, u my sister  siysTmust say limb, not leg.,,���������Boston  Courier.   _^_ '  Joun Corky alias ���������* Rocker Bill," died recently in San Francisco.    .  BssnKKi^Tf ��������� September,. I860.-���������Gentlemen  I feel it a duty. I owe to, you to express my  gratitude fortlie.great benefit I have derived  by taking ' Norton's Camomile Pills." I applied to your agent, Mr Bell, Berkeley; for  the above-named Pills, for wind.in the stonv  ach, from which I suffered exonieiating pain  for a length of time, having tried nearly  every remedy prescribed, but without deriving any benefit at all. After taking t#o  bottles of your valuable Pills, I was quite  restored to my usual state of health. Please  give this publicity for the benefit of those  who may be thus afflicted.���������-I am, sir, truly  yours, Henut Axxfass.���������To the Proprietors  fey Norton's Qamomiie Pii___,"  Koticb.���������Mr .Lindsay, of Van Winkle, will  act as agent for the Sentinel on Lightning  Creek, and all orders left with that gentlemen  will be promptly attended to. Parties at  the lower end of Lightning desirous of subscribing, wili,please leave their orders at Mc  Derm.ott'8, Stanley, Sent by Mail to  soribers ai  Has just received his first instalment of  Spring & Summer Goods*  .Coexisting of; .  L ADIES* COSTUMES, (ready made,);  Black and Fancy Silk DRESS PATTERNS, '  Fancy TRIMMINGS and BUTTONS to suit.  Fancy Lace  Handkerchiefs and Embo&8������&  Cuffs and Collars  Fancy Silk and White Handkerchiefs.  Fancv M^r������no and Calico Dress Pattern!,  Red and WhUe Flannels.' ���������       "'.'-  Black Velvetine and Waterproof Tweed.  Ladies' and -Children's TRIMMED and TO-  .   TRIMMED HATS and.YJSILS. V  LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING:.'' -  Horrockses'.Long; Cloth. .      "* -  Cam brie, Bibb one, &C     *     '  Black ��������� Alpaca   press, Pat ter na,  Gingham*  Ladies7 Fans.  Gentlemen's Ladies' & Children's HOSIEKY..  CORSETS and,CORSET STEELS.   ,  Ladies' Umbrellas and Parasols..  Ladies'    and    Children's   Amerioan*niad*  BOOTS, button and side lace.  Opera Kid Slippers.   '  Gents' and Boys' STRAW and FELT HATSt  Jewellery, Perfumery, Neck Ties and Bows,  'Toys, &c, and other'articles too nuraer*  ons to mention.  The above Goods will be 'sold CHEAP  FOR CASH, to suit the times*_ All order������  promptly attended to. Any Goods not oa  hand will'be got from the best house In Vie<  toria���������Turner, Beetoa ���������& Tunstall���������and  Eastern States.       ..    - .  jgs^NEW GOODS will" be received  ever^ Express during the Sntnm������? mo&tfea*  " ' " B-TMBK.^S������ilBB3TOil f, "*:  &���������->  '���������'  "    '    '���������   " '-"<r    J',     i "    ri . ������������������ . ������.:      ���������       ���������-  ���������   "    f i Si \$^jkj- ^ - -?:��������� ���������! Ml- W U?i%#      - ���������: -I  : ���������*; NEW WESTMINSTER DiSTSECT. ;   ?  &msi3  *\ ?*���������������������������������  Mr*     V  notice is ^ herebt given; sh accordanoe with  ^���������;,!!Jr"?W.';  >M&  i.i  ' , ��������� *i Lots 301 and S02; . ��������� , ,,..  ' : \W^"i'?Ti:������lt':>-$rt:$:j 1. :     ��������� ���������   ��������������������������� - .      ;���������   ���������:, C," '     1  v    "in <rtha l/claiUxan ts'of an j portion *f this land -who  vfcaf _ _j$t obtained Crowngrants thereof shouId$rove  ufvTtfcMr claims in accordance" witfi ^"Glanso"21, JLanti  !;:*^^r_8T4^"i~"'''"*'''"";'" "'"���������"'"" "r~~"~-"i:"-���������:tv ~������������������ t"' "���������'���������"*"��������� f -  Forms bf-prooffahd dfekra^oni cS fbo oKained at  --^fc-^fflcv^f^ff'Oonnr^toa t,  f '���������./:   ���������;   '  '���������., - ���������-���������>'.- ;U,,V ylCOBBBr'-BEAVEir, :>- t f  \ .,   *..-'��������� Chief Ctommissldrierof Lands and Works.?  -���������" &**������httd* and Works TJepWtment^*#35*# *I*iI I .* '*  -4-% ^Victoria,'*! April,1 IVKV?;''"V -*1* "*a������24 . :  c V ;;- ^ ^^:toWNSHIP;SO;'"���������'''       *.']':'���������>  ^IT^ICH!!^ ac#?r3-  4^ l"ance���������Vl(h;thVj)rrovisions ofjithe_" La!nd  |������ol;t^������Z|^  District,^  right Han le of - Eraser-'-'..Eiyer;. nave been aiib-f "ppf*  divided by Surveys, an^Mapa thereof have*'"''*"'*  been- deposited dnitner0ffiee;of; C. E. Hope,  ^)sq.^CHaton':>,;^^i^ ':& ^ff > r.rt. _/���������___*_  KAMLOOreiMf I^6lf6E;;T_S^  ��������� ;;���������      .     - .,   DISTRICT.    ,  Il f the.provisions.of,..the Land Act,-1874, tlwt'th.  'following laiids^tdate'���������Tn^the^Kaihlbops'-Division,'Qf  Yale District have been snb'divideU^by:surveyi and  fehe>map4horeofhaa *een������forwarded*to^ttie' offleft'nr  ?i-RSectionsd;,2? 2.-^.1' r������i%Ai ^tXXX:f^ufl  f r  .East half .of-Section?^;;;.!, fi:-, .'-.ij-'J  .   Itr1 '���������'���������'. ������������������:���������'������������������:������������������������������������������������������  ���������'tt   i"i--',?ftif-*S-'4^,J'ia.T:1,  ^.^.v.     ..jn,TOWNSHIP NO;'9r*:-     -;  .OSOTOOS- DIVISION OP^PALE DISTRICT.  ::"   -'.;.,_  ������������������������������������'  v^'^J_____r-':*--*-  ', i''-lJ-;-".=^ .      :    \.  VVf\vS''v-i.  ,    .fallowing? I|uidpa1t^ite^inf.the^0soyoo&r^vision'-6f,  ���������������- \; Yale District, navo, been-gubdivided^bj^eurvev,  and  ;i ,��������� f toe.map therepr.h3s_been iorwardoOrfio the ofiio������ of  J.\C������,Ba^e^rGjwmiSs%aery-Oa(>ya^V ,.'������������������:���������?";'.  fr^S^^n?P������;21V/22t 23, 24,: 25, 26, 27,.28, 29,30,"Slf.  y^'SecyonftlO;<il^_Sid*lfeS   ��������� j-u, Eractidnai Sec ttonB X3y 14i; ������>��������� j  r^;^iWest::halfebfuSecti6n^l5i'':' $>. fe  ?<;1 j! fNbrth^half:ofo8ectibn"yl6S0' fi  .1.1 ������������������ xSectionsy 20^21^2.&,- fel'/^#4t;  .-*' ^EpactibnalsSectibn" 25. r! tc txfli  > $j;Sbufch|half,o^SScti6ris������5;l0^I,......,   :S^-^aoiipnalf ���������Section* 36^^  will be mannmctured;a_d. soW^ Wholesale a^!������^'Ac^l87^ - - *^.r* ���������- *.fr^H ^' J ^ -������������������V. ��������� tt  tatiih:itspprlty;and;    /'   *f ^; "*������<*"��������� v:-..-i Vv^y _ r^_^ns?_C������I?root and'Declarations;can btf Obtained at  * -"'���������"7A's--���������������������������><���������-���������-��������� -���������pr.*%- -��������� ,.1^^��������� i>:7 ->���������..?;- i^<a��������� n -!--\; ilt__otoffiCfepfjtbeCommissioner,vKnmloop^;5>vm������,-,--v -  ���������their  IS  ete^ateTn^SeorW^wlth .Clause 2i, Land Act;  tbereof sti^lbt^prdveMp' Ubeii^claims* itf^ac^:  'eordance* :W& Clause 2l^"Mnd^c(J,l$r4;w  ^^Eofms^of,proof and = aeclaratiohs can' "be  -obtained at^the Office;'bi" -'fchie 'Commisaioner.  VlihmfX^&fftr'ijy^i -ir<c, .efv.,:t nft .ff  %;'   ^    -  -;,");j-..:ROBERtwBEAVEN/'  xbiistaiitiykepi^'lUana."''" ^   '  ' '**'*!'". !m  .*';'7 ^  will be. always,carefully, atteiijtledtov.and the bcg������  I Bbds and accorhnibdatibn provided' for' their cuiV  Vomers.- -��������� ">' .^- ;s? ra���������'^Mi,*'s,' 'ft l"f >t' " yeI6 -  '.������������������;,   ;f- ���������.���������v'-.CY'Chfe'f Commissioner Lands' and Worki.  ������������������;l4nds>an^\Work8,Departmeht>.v,-"v.>--.4:-   ;  ^-'^ic'toritMarcb-2(>;i875;v ������������������^.^:���������>-.���������*/'?������������������'' ^^24  .. ������������������" -----      .���������."��������������������������� -.--..-���������  i.rj.*:J:4J.N.'*.'^?.v^; f 3; ���������{���������'0\*:-*rXfaJttt*itj-&,t:ruvliiwl**;  Notice to.clatniantSs of Land  r.-ri*  _.; .,;  fellpwing ������__.������,.-������.v������_-r-.*-./r������m, ���������..-....r.K y.r, ;,������., w,,,. j s��������� .r_������,  raiiist������rihayO;;h^en eubdividedr>by ,8tiryey?r^ad;,th������  man thereof. has'Vbeen dopnsitetl In" (be"office of E.'.V,  .   Mmm^T'- mffZlf ; rx>QB$RT> beatenr^.t"  mi. $i fk&y i,chie|;.Cpmmigston^^^  LandB^nddWqrks Depaitm'ent       '     -j > --' ������-vi--'< 't' :~  ��������� 5gf.J'^'%ApriI3,187<>.;.,.;,-,  -.,   .,   , aj,24r'..  ;������������������'.,.:��������� -VtZnt:  t^*\^ )>.-.< it0y*    -...l_i    ��������� !v'-''*"  'VC*icfel,,I5  HEREBY &lYElCtbat'thi>eservatid -���������  Il    of Dandviri the^ New Westrnibster^ District, date >  v IS th July. 25th July, and 2d December, 1871, sb ia  ���������/���������a8^1>pUcabft.i6^1andyiaftJadeja; Within the boundaries  of Townahlps "No;. lv;2; -ij^'g,' lucluflihg Weitbain/  ;   Tilbury, and DeanlsiandB, ^ Block |3 Nortir, Rangeie  West, .and tbe, block of -Land 'Situate- between iots  $$iiffi% 135,-138,141, 147, GroupIjiandnpwtlniown.  ' ���������    ���������; j. ,.    ,   JW-OCitVl.'-CUiAV-BlN^-.  .   Mi  ^.^tanrds^ad-Work^Departmorif/    ',    '     ' * -* r >     '  .���������������������������>.Wrteriat 10th gabruaiy, i^wf *'-  -^r<"^   ^ H-  '^'*:  ; '.   "^OTCEIS|HJ8mp3r-j__?ii|3__ii.thefoliowlag land  -_ unOlfurthcrnoticej:, ^,,v .y..^f.,.^^ ���������,. ������������������,.,..^ - !  r. ���������.   v-  ,; ;:    ;V'    ' "  'TOWNSHIP KO^ if    '/;     f    #' ���������;  . .^..^jv,of��������� Section l..-- ..,���������-.. ���������.,..���������-,., ..^v,.v"  -S!?^?1 N^^/^n^el West, Section 27 of Sec. "-I".  :*'*   '-> ^ ;^'#   ,Vtownsh,^^?--^, 'J '���������, < % /"- ������  ���������/;������-^ioajjieast quarter of Section cl "   "'*'*' -  f  &������ ^tt>a^hwcst quarter of S_cUon%o^ ^ % ^?f ^*?    f  7^f, r,/township no:,>7���������"' uvi;;- - ..  #r^^&ilfe|^   TV������|,: , f I V   .     ,;;  : -'-\~i-f-.���������"���������',    , :  R. BEAVEN.   .  Is aBdT^orks Department,    - ' - *.?���������-*' ,v--"W1. ;������*  "Victoria; Dec. 19; 1874;   ' \ ' ja7   '  ;.-V-';-^rf'"  ^..���������J>Vi ���������'���������-'-vV-y' ���������'V>^'<'-'.-.-i>:.>^.������'.-..vi,.C.   ���������:���������>.,���������';.',���������> ���������;������������������������������������ ������������������; i ������������������'������������������.���������-'..' "������������������"''  "'"������������������.'���������::':���������- ������������������J������*iyyf I  'M- i *fftt &Viik? ;f, ......  ^GTIGS^IS-HEREBY!Gr7EN8teftr������:Jlii  &2\ llsons within;tbe? *#t'-> ,:.'?: ^^'U      t   >,; ' ', '  JKEITHLEY ^GRBBK -j^il^QfBwMOif  j :, map^ thereof has'.^hen dbpnsited 'in ibe'dffics of H?  f !Edfl������_i:dft] Commissioner, Now Westminster :���������'"' ���������!' *  ^f:-f.^Xtf,if t. _'% ^'^KPiLJlsi&^J^'rf, .> i  '?���������__��������� sV.-V'r.f'-  X ^ and;getl(as^uch^omfbrf?lbrVt;_etoinnBr nian as  -au^otber man'CanH)rovidev'for^  casi in-tho.sliapejof.,, m . ? :i������-.-,-j^- .-, i> *^ s,^"^ ��������� =:  ���������^>f,  ;13U:  tA*Q:$ .C-tt:  i-<:.t &fitf:fi.  ���������   j.. .   sOF THE BESTiQfftf.nTjU1^   -.i^  { T$BfiT$$tM^W'& .time^l.iW,1I/.atteRd> tte  '.^i^^_;.-..^wea?v,^������5  ���������, :,   '., ���������" s.Lots. 108^ 199,'.and.200. -, /ff fU4t r\  % :"'*' f " f '>- ,ffe":?  : ROBERT 'BEAYSrf/  v    '  ; Cliipf Gommlssioner of-Mnde aiad-.Works.  Lands and ^or^sD^partmleBV:  \r ^-IV'iatorkV'March^O,,!^^ ���������ff^i   .^f*fr������"-..^P3*  ��������� ���������' v'-ij'.  bf the^riboo District of :_iiarKerVilie who ^are^liable  tojpay^oad Taxifbr'tKO' year? 187& has_beeivpbst������dlat  41ie/9llgwing;places'.,<< (i:'<������������������>,*  ���������/;���������:, ,     ;    .  ���������.: |������j|Mr Smi th/3: pld;Store,^HaryeyXreek.^' ���������; *.   : t f  -,    Messrs: yeith;&,Cp;Js, :Keithley; ,.,>���������' r    -. ,;:  *��������� *.A GoyernmentiOffice,-Forlcs';of 'Quesiiel."^ f'��������� "' ���������    ,  iii?^;v   '���������*   <    ' f   X-dhn'mHARE,  ���������^#^M^;^w^H:i^y:^uebtor^.i  'hPorlcs of^nesnel,-Jan; I1,1875:- <i' ������  *���������      -   ;���������*' "  |%6TICE T^*iEMiB^:Gr^ oer^  >Jj| msons wfthi#the������ i^a'/v tft im ..t't^.f t,5~ ��������� *  ,, ���������. - ^.v miii^ocpt^iFisiON; - ���������������������������: v. .  loMheiiliobet; Oistric^who aw ii able to pay; Road Tax  1 for the(year 1875.;vcan bo. seen at myr office darfy. .      *  - ** / ' ������\''.,. ^: J 5kii ���������   -. >' <4- W.'SMITH, * Xc *s  .,   '  \ ff,.'  l f'"'   " l ' '    Assessor an d .Collector;  ^ Lillooet, Jatf. 9;,18175.J   ���������    "r ' " f ��������� ' '���������'":   ��������� ���������  ���������' ������������������- ��������� ��������� ���������  *l|������KJ..VJhf .1 _^..-.  '$-*Jl''SJ   '.-.^*-r-   '  XiNmXwis^^  VFOTfOK'tS HERBJBY^iSvi^rih^acoorultttefi witk  ., J?!* .jsthe prpyislons '^.'fltwj.*,* iLand Aotf 1874;' ^tbat >tlie  puBiic  i^:rj:l  7J If I  t W  TO^NiSHipiNO. 14  5j Eir������Hd  geclicus 8, ^ 16,17, 1������, ld,;20, 21^; 2^|  TOWNSHIP'NO. w;;  .  Wast half of Section %'* .     i ." 'ff-:  ���������    ''������������������ East half of Section 2, (;   '  West half of Section 12._  V '\ ���������. %186'half.of Section 11*   ���������   V -���������     ��������� ������������������.; fi   ���������, ���������; ���������  Bouthvycst quarter of Section 13. ��������� ������������������ *��������� ���������-  SdbaUast. quarter of Section 14., "1[  r.r^-.-" ���������- ���������   ��������� GROUP'III. ,i '���������     ���������  Lots 9 and 8 on Burton's Prairie,  in Towusbip^No,  ff'fff   r    "...    ''.GROUP^r.-;- ":'.;!-;"-;  '   Lots 233, 234, and 23fi, near Port:Moody.  And that claimants of any portion; of tliis land who  ..have  not obtained  Crown Grants* thereof,  should-  y firovti. up their claims' in accordanca--with Clause 21  .^..^���������aml Act, 1874.   - ,v* ^\ ,-,,, *���������*:.  For.njsof Proof and Declaration can bo. obtained at  |rf^f^^^^r'*;;S^  ,,.-..._,...  ^VrbSCE ^^EfeBYjjGrVEarj thai05tisVohall i per-  :lj.-..i sonswithih^theDistr^ .Willianis;  Lake Division of^the.OariboojDiStrict who aro liable  !sto pay^Rbad Tax^bV^lie:ye���������r: 187ft has 6eea postod alt  the'following places: *sv-'  'K - .- .*  Ti" -: 2j';; .. >. ~. ���������������  ���������  ;'^c   ^Cburt:fi6n^^:bllnto_?^.'��������� : . '- P ���������'"������������������ D ?;i ''��������� ���������"*: ���������;������������������'������������������>f  ^}r''';t^Ir:YeatesV--Soda'GreekiO:^^''y^;^:.^^; \:.*;������-,%.; ��������� ':������������������  ,  <���������  Post Office,* 150 Mile"House. . - ,  4 Post Oiflcc, Dog Creek;,   .- ,.>     ���������'.-.���������  . V,i ,r '���������������������������" J ��������� "'- r ' C. E.JPOPE, \  " - s .��������� ,: ���������,;-' 1 ;e".; ��������� * " j * ��������� ������������������.! _ ������* ��������� , ��������� -CdUector; 1 '���������  ^eiintpa, Jan. 18,1876.^ /, u^\    " v,/ v.-   -, .��������� ^ ..  "VTOTIOE IS HERE8Y GIVEk that a List-pf all per-  ii sops within the Richfieid^ Lightning, and Quos-.  helmouthPolling:I)iyisions-of the;Cariboo District  who^ars liable to pay Road Tax for the year 1875  can be seen at the following'places; .   ���������'���������'"'','    ;i   ���������  Court House, Richacid."   i     .  y- :���������; -���������'"��������� Telegraph 01Hco,VanW3nkle..:  , .-Post Oflico,. Quosuolmouth,. ��������� ��������� ,  ":   f- ������������������-���������JAMBS LINDSAY,  ������������������  .- ���������':'���������; :.*\i iff.   ' -.v- .  Collector. *f  Barkerville, Feb, 8tb,������������������-.1876..  ^nf^^^W1^ w<Jrk ^^vW^d^criptlon  wIUbe.done,-fat the shortest notice? at .reasonable  .Quarges,.     ;.. y:-.:-( \     iru-.--- -.;.:.���������..���������:������������������'��������� ������������������:-./....;^.-..,.:���������������������������.-,:. *.r  I.vot ;}2,':y:-\ - x 7'^������Kperuett; ^ ���������  ^���������^?;?" iMr^^^i?^^    ?;  B^1?;-B_ AWN^STCETHAT^^TH������YHA:trERE_fbT2i>  ������* -������������ the spacious premises-former ly'lcnowna:? ft 6!  St*:;Georgc Saloon^where;they-wiUbe-itallftimcff  ;prepared;tofurnishvisH:rt^ 'kv s'-v.? - .,^-v--..--1;  *ff  i.'-H  ..���������?.-���������  _   BOARD ��������� - A N5D ���������,-M-B'_'L������������-:  of ntaVbWtS qua_i?t^  .1  pOR;-^'T"E3^s!FftR:E: Jf.s>tycE  w .*-^i ;"i ,Peclared:hyConnoisseurtt_l)e,    ;>?������������������'  **>..��������� THE^;pNLY%;adoii sauce;,  : vGaiitio ri ag aiils t Fr aiid.���������Th c s u cccfs-o f tlrls  fmost!delicioflsjanjd xunrivalled}Condiment havlns  .cause^d certai n de al e r tto app^ 1 y,t h % j} ajj s ^ o I -' * "Wore Of ���������  tei^hire%auceM to tlieir'own inferior comp'oirn(IK tie  public 3svh,er^b> inform ed> t h a ttht;only'w:ayvU:pi-o-  curethegecuine.jfi to -,��������� ftf-.-.-,l-        *���������   '  ASKt ;TO^i,LKA. ;& , PERRIES������'. SATJJXE  an^'i^Jsere'^'ii.a\>���������th<ej.r' nameWar* opoii the wrapplb  ^DABKtiS^STOPPEE^andBOTTirE. .��������� -     r-"Cv  Some of the foreign markets having: been supplied  with a spurious Worccstersh i reSau c e;ri p 0 n the wrap.  ! per aWd-1 afbels 6 f whioh the nam es%f Lea'-anU Perrin s  , have /heeaf ,f pege A ,|^s ,and i.E. > giyq no ti c#::tliaUhc-y.  have Tu rhl sh e d % h e i ?; c.o'rr espondeh tg with .power oi  :ki torney toHak e i nstaii t p roaee d in gs- agai ris t ? arii.v u-  PAjSTUfcEHS ^hd iVEKppR 80 f such, or any other invitations b ywh'icatheirrigli������tmay.heinfringe'd.   ���������: y ���������  ^-'''|l2:^er'^^V  T^ ^^ *^^ ,-    .    ^^ WJb ��������� w  ' j  S#*'-3f^;j>^^ has  purchased the Restaurant in Barkerville fofmerl v'  carried on by.Mr Sam. Walker, which ho wiilbohduct'  ������^mt-class^le;^^MealsJat^llihour^  J&leate, ;75,pents:  Board,:,$10 -ptap-WwS^  ��������� ' Y&t*  :.W   AVVj.!     Ma  Askf;or''lrEA^^;P������IlB;i_f8.-^Saiiee>iri^8ee  -Tjff^gJR^Wrapp^r,,Mj.ab.el, Bottle, and  ^Stopper;;J^';'^ ';..'. :iffy.i^f'-,*r-y- **-*;-.7w  '  ���������'���������' iWhoIesalcand^r; export hy the proprlctb'rk Worcester;; Grossed mackwell,.Xbndon^&c.,i &<j;;XiM  by Grocers and Oilmen universally. -;     ���������"      ' ?  I- Sft-i  WHkBf   STREET^ VfCf OR1 A,  Commission Merchants  rters  . ���������....,, -.iM._f.-oiivj.ui.iiMt can oo.ootaJncd at  tho oiQco of the Comtnisslonor, New Westminstbr'. ���������  %<t  -���������-���������>' ������������������-��������������������������� -���������'���������'       ". '   ROBERT BE A VEN,-,.,     s'  gCbicfCoinmii'SionerLanda and Works  v^%Lattfls'and Ayorlcs Ofllce,  v^i^tairia^Dae.:-H, l$7if  '{PA  Notice is hereby given that the j  feL-lNDS IN THE NEW WESTMINSTER  p.yf- pvmmipf pyx���������;.;/ x::-f..  offered for. sale by Public Auction on the 8th;'__areh  and unsold, are how open fdr sale at the rate;of ff-  yy:yone\pojjt^fm:'AQRB;\ ]  rTA2"Ww ASDED A G00D^:stable to^the  aiid Ol_S;to fWjted-wl^'fch^iat Wines, Liquors  SOLE AGE'STS FOR  STRAUSS &CO?S  ^. ^eJ0l\pwin?itermfl' viz''' A deposit of^SO cents  W^^l     ������" ^iicatlon' a,lU ������������������������ **taM������ in  1      ..-.' -V- ', rh^-,   f 'f ROBERT B_AVE>7,    '  ". t . ������ rf.������������'^ Chief Commissioner, of Lands -and- ^Vorks.-.  . v Lands;and Works DepartmenL. ^     ,..,..  4'.,:/' .^^^^.^wf1^?, i|7i''A^;'-';; ";;;:.!jgapiQji  ���������A R ������r^^ai,^rt? if������rnis1' Camber at tik Mills  il. William Creek, or del iveri t to order.       *    *  OkSER I)BLIVJ2RED-ON LIGHTNING  alSfanin^aChifl0 la ******* they w  or  &������  _ N.B1���������Thfs Patent fa secured for the United  States, Canada, England and Germany,   '  f-nylQff   -.. ������������������. :.:������������������;        ���������:������������������;"  .THE FOLLOWING  IS AN    ,,-  dated 16th May,? 1872, from anold i__aDl.  ; tant of Homings ham-, near .Warminster.  Wilts: '  '*���������* I must also beg to say that your Pills are  ���������an excellent medicine for mo, and ������I certainly  do enjoy good -health, sound sleep* and a  good appetite. , This is owing to taking your  Pills.   I am 78 years old.  ���������:.   "Romaining,-Gentteaeii, yours very re.  I^pectfully,, ������������������    *.,       ^,4j  ,   To the Proprietors of  VW'SC'' "HA un if f VTi ��������� r������rV t: o';-! v -i.���������_  QQp-Tfc   t Tfn*������������*t^ >.      ,fo taerroprietoraof.  1  [_i  Xi^f'ffif ,,:,  FifySS'.'/Ss'i-i::  I  1  IP  I


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