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The Cariboo Sentinel Jun 17, 1871

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 ���������* ��������� ��������� V  msssnmmm  tog auLTit.>uj,3?;Tff4ir^^_4._w.a&Ai.'Tnitv-gtwaaBffiatf *^n^ ^'iwraffJri/ffwr'. mi 'T< Vffg-'rwi' 'Iltot gt_������  f?j������r������!������S*?!??W^^ '���������'>������������������ r./' ���������'-^^wwi;r^a'^^';i^^'^l":r^,'5^^^;;- *  ML v:���������s:i&: 'iJ'% / <. v i." 1.1 2\  Vol.11.  Barker villC W^iaifi 1 Of <B^,*;__^;,^^  t/i. . M1/  ��������� UV; k.  .AiV.WiJ-  mw  PubUaaed,every &at^a^#I ;���������  yffaftinkiT' A^_-������u-^vi*w -.,fiiUUa:  Stibsorlptlou,  -  -   5 Q Cents per Week.  IUTJS3. OP ADVERTISING,.:. ���������,;.  Tor one square (dueInch), first insertion,  ���������**.'.      (t -,'-������������������ ���������*.'    one month,   -  rP6r.itwo Squares^ 'flrst:lB8ertlo_^^\^ '������������������'-������������_������������������'  $3  '���������������'���������  8  :v  <:f,:;  if  U'.tt  lit ^ ni--".* HS*������  .!���������;.'��������� i.i.i.Uv Si'4-W-'  A__enta iter iUe *" Caribo6 Sentinel.'���������'.';  ffA^rfmyux^-^m^  <VanWfnlela;-        -     -     -Mr J. W; Uadhtft ���������  $_uo8helmouth.'=���������;������������������>^-:-.rs:** :_������������������;-',^:-B������rn������wd!8Express  flnda Gr^elc^;-^:^^^ uy^is& Barnar^sK^rm  ���������Clinton,    -     :- ��������� ".-.'.      -      Barnard's Express  Yale,    - >���������>  ...:. -     , v ������������������-*_./._��������������������������������� ���������    ,. d<> - V ���������   do. ���������;  Ne w W. 8 tmi ns ter.     ...      -.   ��������������������������� John Murray '  'L. P. FiaHe'r;*^    v *'   -*W������^ -���������& 'SatflTrahciaco  __������������������-.������������������   '������������������������������.:    ������������������' .*���������--��������� -    ��������� _,������_!_,��������� a.���������__���������������.   i  .Hudson & Men* t.  - -Wawiyorlc.  ,^.. :j $fijy; .#1 ��������� ���������:^:?|v^#-;|:.-, !|;>:,  &_���������%������������������    .��������� *���������___ ___.?I, = >-������_____ _.-__F.&___"   >___*___._������_"!_  iCardfl. Circulars. Ppsters^nd Pro^amrnf'afof  Balls anci Xheajpicai^Entertainments; , 1  :^s^BxecutedwitMheainesganfr&ispatcfh. ~  ������������������   . ���������   ���������������������������    it ^f^^ttyfyt^ff'  :"���������". ''Werins '.rabi8^!i.|v:;'':'-;  ��������� -.. ' :.r*&*^' '-is   11 -,.?j^a^V:--- ��������� ������������������' '  .?��������� A WINTJSR 1|  f-vf^;__--*-.^---"-**"r  ON -ffi^PLAlNS.  H.M.  |  HIip hold^and ^ ri tfell l jj^pj t Jo A3 ee r'^tfo' preceded  -!- v\% 1. "Pe m ]i in ft-^llm- arriy al .*q f > the 4.inl II tafy  expedition at Fort. Garry.��������� After���������< .encetioter-  1 ���������! ff .������<>'"? f Ai JB culty^y I th; Rj^l, w^fch; be pu r-;  ���������mnunted wUbout cqmprpmisin^bis 1 nyklty or  peinenal dignity. L_fwtv13utlerbtifried down  ���������to'; meet Colonel WGiseTv and'"nform him bow  ���������ni'Atter&sto.od. atth e. settle" meirt 'Subseqn-erltly  ���������t o -ihe' Rrrl valof' Lien tV'Gpyernhf Archibald,  flfeht- Butler was 1 nstni8ted 'by.him to proceed to tbe regions of tlie; upper' SaFkatcbj������|  ���������wan and to ,re.ppi;t generally; }&n���������;' the state pf  the country I the" ''condition -of tbe Indian  ���������tribes, the steps neceasarj^to-ibe estab'lisjh-  rnent of .law and order in tb6Territory, and,  more fparticulany^-BH.'tbe* rflyajfeafof: the  jjfiiiall-p; of,*from* %Hicfi th'e";/Indians were suffer! np: roverely. Lieut. Bwtier"'iaa>mah ;of  p o werfuI = ;gbysiqii������jf greaMnergy> a habit; of.  i ntel 1 i ^ent"b'To> ror vatlon rvap*S t: ^a8+- ro ay b e ! n-  feiredinp'emaU a^o_ant;pfJ^r^aKj(pnrag9.  Starting;fFpm;|,or^GarTy.,pn the������25tb i of  Pcto^er^ort^ftice walfe^Cdhed on the'30th  an d' Carl ton o n th������9 th;b f * i$p vemfier, tb e p ar-  tially frozen Ftate of> the South Saakatchewan  having' occasioned ; two ;days"delay. At tbe |  end of fire days, after arriving,at Carl ton, the  noo-tb branch of tho Saskatchewan...was re-  ported frozen sufficiently for horses to cross,  and tb e Li en te n ant mt out for Ed.tnp n to n.  He chose tbe saddle as his own means of  tr an sp or fe,' a .1 i gb i1 si e d "b einjar- "used? for the b a g-  gage, as snow had fallen to'.'the*"..depth of a  couple of incl-es,. ^aRsinjr. the-Hudson Bay  ���������Co m p any. posts. of B at tl e Ri v er, F ort P i tt and  * Vi ctoria; ������h e r each e d Edm oh toil -on th e n igli t  ���������of the 26th of November. - For; .the last 200  ���������miles the con ntry>had become clear of'snow,  ���������and the:frosta, notwithstanding the high altitude of the region, had decreased in severity.  ���������Starting again on the afternoon of the 1st  pecember, he recrossed the Saskatchewan  river below Ed_no������ton,-and continued in a  eouthwesteyly ^direction; towards,the Roclsy  _vloiintain' House,' passing through a conntry  which, even at tbat advanced period of the  y e ar j stil j '.retained m ari y traces o f j ts su mm er  'beauty. At mid day on the 4th December,  having passed the gorges of tbe Three Medi.  cine Hills, the Li.uteaant came in sight of  ,-:.*_.*'  ;the Rocky Mountains, which he describes as  ���������rising from .'tbe/WfBtera extfemjty of an immense p lain and stretching their & re at snow.  clad, peaks* far a way to the northern and  southern hori������ona.; - s, t ..,...:i /;i, ,,-.  ! His i n ten tion had been to tn r n to the s ou inward and make for Montana territory) iu t it  was found Impossible to procure guides, and  the season'being too late for penetrating the  gorges* of r>the]j: moutftatns^ the T traVelie'r^teft  Rocky Mb un ta! n House' o n th e 12 th December oa his reharn journey. He gives lis,some  idea df 4b e- temperature of the regipti$b tb at  period of the year. Snow had (alien to the  extent ptabblit Wiob^ ^ the 5th  of^������ceiaber the^^ thermometer indicated 22?  l?ejqW |^r|Aip^ On the-/i-^|C������ lj3^*t5)iow zero)  whilst Wthe 22d7ik^i_i_f _^iea;;_o^M'^beloWJ  0to& ThejBaHdle^was; exchanged--aVEdraon-  lonlbr tWe dog-sleigh f an a travel ling^^partly  on the frozen ;Saskatpbewanr and partly on  1 ts banks;<lAeixtr.-"Butl������1r" finallyarrived at Fort  Garry on the 20t|j of iFebruary. the whole trip ���������  haying occupied 119 days, and coyered uvd!s-|  tance/ofr4700,mileB. i, ~~   ������ y, ,���������- fw' w ���������* /-'  ��������� ;i ������iJ a .^;;.^^^���������):���������5//^::v���������>���������^>rtvI?' i f?n  .,^Tm^^oSmbookJ* and thb , Doa~An. .old?  fajmerypaCtfne^ day| looking oyer^his;broad  acres, ^with i.ri| axeion&hls; sBoulaer and aj  small dog at his heels. Tbey espied aVopd-;  jchuok, f Th^������K^X9;cbase and drove^him  tln-to a%toae ^slf^'Whesef^epon^^'ume^ ately  commehced.5 Tbe dog  :cbuck:j3artl7!but-:f^om'"the:wall, and then ���������the,  wooSiplmfck^ Tbe  old gentVeman's syshpathy"1 getti ng tiigh pn  the side of ^tbe;dog^be/thoughthe,must^ip  hi fe'iy������t������?p u ttiti|f "bimself i in ^ositioflvJ wlth^ibe  axe .lab ove\the;dbjgiuh^ waited; for. the ;actiB n  of the woodchuck. Just m -her"6truciry the^  woodebiick?gathered^up drew,tfje.d'ojt- in far  eoougla tb receiveVthsi Biowikhd-ne wks killed'  onttbe ftpoU- Jv?9r^"iro'^e?i'^^.-������^^  man. Aff. re I atirtg^ the _ tcfrj? _������woiildalw Syr add':  ^Andthe^dpgjdon't -kno^\Jjo ;this;tday7 but  wbat tliei* woodchuck killed him^^^.nni t  rr  &r  Boar  lOTICB XM ^^REBtlCMVEND TLXIAT  the following By-Law-, passed bv the  School I^rd|:of|^liamjCreek Djsstrict  having been approved by his Bxcollency the  Go vernor has now beeome law :  ;|" Whereas^t ame'etlng of ^emalje r^sidSnts  of. the age- of' 20r_/ears. in tfie 8chohl4)istnc.t  of William' Creek^held at ^rto^iUe>n ^Oth  March, 1871, the fo llowmj? Respl wtipil :was  ad op te d, nam ei y: rrrThat this meeting d q au f  thorite'.and emppwer ;thevLf6cal. Board for the  Schp Jl tflft ri ct of ' William Creek to c o 11 ec.t  an d levy Ptax"ornate onfall' the male'; tesi-.  dente^^theja^^gp.yearsof. Two I)olla������^  per sheadJpe|^an^uW,^ amount that'  the Board1 may*"Snft sufBcient to meet the eaf-  pense of:theS^bppL , .v ,* ..............,.- t\ vj '  Therefore* ; KesSlved,^Tb a*t the / Lo pa|,  Board for the t)i_irict of William Creek rip,  collect, and are hereby empowered.tb coUect  and?levy, a Tax or Rate of^T.wo Dpjlara per-  bea;d for the year commencing 1st jiine, 1871,  upon all mate residents above .toe age of 28  years in the r������ttd District.1?; . . .;.  J. Spknobb Thompson,  3.      X   f   Resident of Board.  J. Goodfk*gxx)w, Secretary. ���������"  Passed ai Publie Meeting held the 2uth  March, 1871..  Certified by me,  J. SPBKCSE TaOMPRON.  ;���������..'���������'/��������������������������� -        ��������� ��������� '   ... Chairman'.- "  ApproVed,  ;   A. Mnsonavs.  10th May, 1871.    {  In accordance with the ** Common School  Amendment Ordinance. 1870. Mr-:-G-BonoK  Byrnes has this day been appointed Collector  for the District for the year commencing this  day, 1st June, 1871.  EXPRESSES, STEAMERS, ,&c.:  ��������� HU  .',.. !���������  Express; ��������� ������$n$- fof fftieuges..  ��������� ��������� ������������������if  rpHfi-ObipHES OF THI3 -���������2IN&'AS&''-NdW;_milcW  fyy hiEGl&AR ^EKIiY;^TRIP^.-.;.Pt* -  Carrylh|f Barnard's Express, Paasfdngers and'Freight,'  making close o6ntt_c���������un_ with Steamers at ,e*eh tad.!  ; | ��������� J|'% y-p:;. bxrjP%  In cbnhection with _-WELL5.\ F&RQQlk ,CO������' iforWaidB  Ahd transActg 'G^neraV Express- bnsinesa ;with Punc-  - :'���������������������������' '"'���������   .",t__htyana-dlBp!5:tcht c"<'''v/; ';v yr>  i^^^,^ii)ES^  IJCjAVE4-' BAEKBRVIIJLK 5VERT>WEKE,  U^nhectlng: with; the >SteaTOet������ -at iQuesnel  mouth-and-Yaley ^-ith.ja,M..:MAIL,- EZPRE&a taad  .PaaHengera . ,    ,' '.j������,-     ,     ,,     , , -       ���������<������������������-,.    .?  lrfe^*fiB:#  A 'M������ftQWif&. ibtimQW$?t  ." "<>   .4*^ j"    ' /   'J: >'K-'*. CABBiaSf^-*;;' '-''"3 ',"^ v*f!;i'^t*���������  I^TTEKS,4TREASUBE.(^^rWBl������9,  . j,, ..=^;.. ���������  pyx -I,'-���������';;-__i_������j_ias's&kight.aM-passengsrs  ? >^T ��������� ks-Du:^2o rtRAT|is;--;  f** /3_f*'Collection8^ Gomml88io_JB;andrGeiierRlr Express;  h.tisin^;doTie'-w^h,p^.ctn^l^ , .;���������*���������;'  ;  v,r ' MR' 'DAtlD KURTZ'S STOR^f-  1' - _p_9r r ���������/" -'3 s* ��������� -;: iV. IJ>"''' *^ ' '" ;���������: ���������" ������������������ I *������ Barlfiet5ville\*; *  Y mi  MiSCEtLANEOUS.  as'  mmmmjTWMAM^  ��������� .,, if......     -���������. _L  '.. j-    -������������������      : -!���������' it.   ' :     ;    . .. > ���������  * ',?rf  Aip.tX-V .'\A' ���������il-n^^-i.'f.MA:  f.l.At/Wpf-^ifffA    .  JaplStf  >;-'f>  .f'ji:  V'^-fciiJj   _i";  %kn^T0milim:g^f^Ckii  Kt.t:.   ��������� .-.'iii.--1 i-.'i t-x, ���������'���������At..:.,n*. <lf..*'i:].. /)-f ,'���������" :Vl'''- i*-^* ��������� ���������- ���������-���������' ���������'���������--'��������� ������������������������������������.   -       - . :,,      1C H Fl E LD  ''A"jli *  ���������' '���������(' .'{* '���������'} r j -���������.(.' ��������� Mi������ j 'V ���������- l va ':$.���������$'-..':  ���������'.;, I  ���������' -Pr';  .��������������������������� ''abuppl^f'thk: . .. .  ���������y-?i_������.i.rf:  .���������iK-HAHDi-V^-.-. . .  >**4;^V<|i���������;'?-'f,i't:;    "���������^r^^^\fjI^U.^lj*,'>^.   f,1.-*^ "r  AA-<* \^\^s   5  ?i*v-*M>  ��������� R j-.'.<;���������;vi. ;���������% ^ -'���������.'-'; .".<-'��������� ���������'���������������-.  iM.^������/. ______>���������  i:"^f.-"?-j;  ^'.���������j-w  ^fMTy^m^:^>MiWM  ^*D^.ir^i_d4*^  0N, AND Al?TEIl.XHE.i8TH 3UYivTHE STEAMER  (. ;.'Victoria,will;^ ��������� .' " ;.' ;   .,_ \t ^J 'J. /t'; '  ri'r>'u.   ^;:LBAVBi SODA .GREE*?,.���������/������;:V /.  EVEFiy^ THURSDAY McjRJSIIfiG,;  Connecting..next day.wlththe Steamer ENTERPRISE  .'.':" s.'! ��������� '��������� ���������������' j 'X. ^at'Cottdhwpod' Canyon;' ft ��������� 'fff f  * ^jJp^T^lIlB^ 2;J; ;���������������������������;  :J*Jis t^*rj./;/V On th.e down-trip'GVpev^ j^q-j r-;"v^"..:'.  TUESDAY  ;MORNINQvI ~- '  Freight from Soda Greek to Upper Canyon P.-. 2% cts.  f-A* 'T;^:);,:QaesnRl"p'- ^.;��������� r*f.^ '���������: ff %.ytAM-J%$&  Fare, from Sod a Creel, to TJppeV Canyon.:.. ;....;*.. $10  Fare from Qnesnel.to 1, f "*t. ***-,. *��������� ������������������'��������� ��������� ���������������������������������������������. ��������� 6  i?are from-'Soda 'CreeK to Quosn.el: ;;v.".������ii':���������. i\.;.... .: 6  ��������� ^QaeMel^MftVil^aSU.".;,.- .i.;;;;-,iU;..,J i . ;.my20^.  *'   U1><-i't:  '��������� ji'.^i ,(��������������������������� A-1? ���������:���������'���������!' _*.t:" i; ...j:;   m t  LlGHTMlNCJ C.REKK.  ''j* i.  MINERS AND;TRADERS will,find it to. their ad  jrintage to purchase a t th i a ������ tor ������, wh ere th ere i  **%'-&**]��������� ���������-Vf.,5-'i.    -.;r.-,-;h    V<-'';;'v''    **���������--.:*;   .*_<>.Mi  Of the very best description oh'hand,and tho StccK'  coustan tly replenished by newarrlvais. The propria  /    ''��������� '"tofs wtllaell Goods  AS'CHEAP AS 'ANT IN CARIBOO.  Ordersprbmpilyailed^and forwarded with dlspatcb  Van,WtnkIe;:  BEEDY & LINDHARD,  Proprietor  J. S. Thompson, Chairman.  Ebwd, Fi_!B80N, Secretarv.  let Jnne, 1871.   . - jeS  Tl/fESBRR. SfEACHAM fc NASOK'.'are prepared to  M furnish I,umber at ithelr MUts,;.Wiiliam Creek,  or deliver it to order. , ..  T.UMBBR DELITER^D ON LIGHTNING  . GREEK AT THE SAME RATES AS ON  WILLIAM CREEK.    .  Having a Planing Machine in'operation'they wil  also furnish Dressed lumber at satisfactory rates.  ^1 - "ifit.&U'i,  <��������� ''���������'������������������ Atff;i A;Y:A-;. ���������   >;...: .;������������������   ", ijif.^iY ^yfAi'^  ���������������j^f  A^  A1?-ST ANIiB*^ .^^rW*^OT^  ThtfXa^ie will ^waya^^-Suppiie^^"^  aTUcIes^hattOa^^go.t: lu^anhoo^and the.Bw with  the  v"Vv   Jb"      >%/     </>!    tes'-Vi   '!       '���������  *"Jf fl fil  lors  *WYO  ^.ffrt ���������;  fitanley (Moiitli hast^aace;Creek;} -Vs-iu'i ^ ^ :jV  ���������    :"       ���������. ��������� ' .���������-���������,'��������� ���������'���������i'1"���������:    ,������������������ ���������,._������������������������������������ ���������,.,;,-.   ,'   ii'i,'.";'^  'Tf ; Importer and Deate la ���������,'���������;. :;^;;  Fl HE X W&MmVL Aii f  HE -ABOVE AHOTG*__*ft:4*^  and out of Bcmdjioi the;opUoi|rof^the^pu^chafler.  :A gea'eii^i usotttaeiiy^t'.:; -_ .;i^ '^ >_' % ��������� ,.*. |....,,   "  - '-:SM01 ING ';��������� AX:*:i<?rki,Bsv-;'���������  . JB������" Orders. from the' Upper,'. Country'promipUy at  tended to. **"' - v';! '������������������  . ;NO; ^Ti^liS'STRBETv ^ ^:  (Opposite the Baiik of British Nortii; Am erica,)  'yiCTORlA^ V.I.;'      ; myfiBm  BARKERVILLE,  ���������O  <  G-roceries, Provisions and  ' Liquors/  !  S PRO AT;  St   ,^y;.y  ES OF TOES, I:lip0ESa  AGENTS FOR /..  The Koyal Insurance Co,,  WHARF STREET, VICTOKIA, V.I.-     ���������  ,%. -~'-_*_.^l r- '������������������������������������   ���������  r^jba____5si3j  i  j^ij.uj^T.'ge_������il'-MWMir  Y<  HA  '.Wit'; '  Am  mi  i-  ii  f  ">y  T'iMAMBOO SENTINEL  . :^v_s=5_a_:  SATURDAY. JUNE" 17. 1871.  mil-  fi  a--  '<&J'  "Mk-  ��������� ���������'va:.'.  fi  Mi.  ffy  yx  IS   '  it.':;'���������'..  .');;!���������  fi; f'  .iii..'''  >y.'-.-  % '..  " ���������.'..'; ;._ THE SEASQJ3-S PROSPECTS.     ;;  "^ been in the habit from time to  fi iai������t)f indulgihjr in afe w" flpebulatiorifly-hisaii:  ���������Vipon #Tident fact������i as'.:.: to tho ^prospectft ;:of;  < *i_ri ii So'; arid as the su ni mer peasri h has 5 nat  ;_ fair I 'f^^Vf comweSccd. ^es will revert to itfii'iuh-  . jject once.inor������v jip.t iicp much; for'th^. b^n _$.t of  riijr lociir readers, who have,been huntjngibie  lead -wo/loji^ j'tlritt tliey: iare <noiv. no doubt,  thoroughly: posted an to its location oh every  '<������reek in the district,' biit fo r the i n fo r m a ti on  an tici p atlons. V_C������t us ��������� $escen d to fae I a. a n d  aojher^ceal 1t ies. .. Lo()kt*it Qariboo, aad see the  Jittle^ebtion'tfrom which so mudfc^hldh^s  been extracted during! tbe last]ten years,  lloolc at the \ wast .extent of; thei^rrifWoUr*  ra nge,' anc* the *twz n d* reds,, of creeks' by w hi ch  1;t-is ih tersected,, some ��������� i of mhich ha v.e ��������� been  prospected camall y and superficially and  ftnind-toXpphiwn ^oId>_^hi)������ the;greater ;pro-  pnrjion liaye'hever bpeh; distiu;befl/ TOh all  the ������1 d������and ^elI^no^n,creeks <men;are still  at.wovk^and .there is littlej^rospe^vf any of  tiiem Vveinjr ajban doned; fS;yyeari^''e'veii;:-with  j the present mo^bf -working; as there is still  surface" and: moderately deep d iggings which  wil I not be wfrtkefl'put q iiieldy; bnl. the scc-  tion n6 w-being worked is hut a patch of the  ttle  iwhol e^oM^eei^n?; an d sti 11' even-v. th at lit  ipatclrTias riot been' half ;pros'pecie/d: ; Let  NEW A^VERTISEME_ITS.  4TEND���������RS1 ^ANTgp.  TENDERS WUiti BE: KEC^T^EKUpf^b JU1,  L : ifor Twenty ������liouW_ut Feet"!' -jGiotMt Stiunrt Sprn ce  T mi)ers_ to&������. <1 tlivered nt ibe������������������ Fonjat Ros������<i Claim;iw;  ,inediJitulvf For particuifosv"������P!������ty at tb&X!&!in  ���������'���������'���������'. THOS. fj. B1UGGS, Secrutary.  jol7 td  us  ft)Uutft*dera.4vbo^  ������ninernl deposits are well njghexnaustei. ;bp  far W&m; stidh :b>lri^tlfe?case;;hi>weverv we  look^^th^^nininjr history of Cariboo-aa still  In jts-lrifaney., This season will witness the  trrst i n troductio.n of r steam - p o wer o n -an^ cx-  tpusive sca*.e4ntO;tbe mihestand it is to steam  tl^lwe^ok f ^th^eonfidenc^  anedium of brmjfinp^to tbe light ot dhy^tfi*  golden treasures now bumd so deep in many  &��������� -bu*������detiXchannel.^���������%AsJ isf^j^ general ex-  ^errerici? of"air'n^ feold  (fields di^Gariboo were first discbrered through  iwrface digg)rjgs^and those;tno of4 the nchest-  ^cfeactsSr; ^thefll as it ha Jea"s1Vsf worked srio^slj  nergi  t ed; io the sear cli for deeper chati tiels. som e oft  But  ood pay  vajfj^oMttd ������thwe_ih.veAr!y days, b ni^he gr ouiid  Toeciin^e:ftoo^de^ep:!^ Then tyurk 1.86*4 an atteiript  was'peaade .to<;. sin k; a ;i*haft; ���������; tbey sank; sotne  130 or^ 140 feet^witlibiit 'getting bottom .when  at^eV^c^mtt  ������; w kh^;o:r)|ieans^ ttom pel led! a cessati ott $A  ;fe w"ixneh are ��������� sti 11 woikin z an tb tf c reek .Fro ni  : Ho rsefly^tfe* $ aae^o fct he;^iro w ?ho e-mnjj g.-a  worked, nri i������;cim \ 1 y iy Qhi nes.e.o n. ho ih fork 6  of Qi lesnelie rj&et. ������ftft cii;8eyera); of j nei r��������� trion ���������  tariesA^���������Jp������id.the ^bed of jQiiesnel 1 e be H once  laid J)aretby^r^nj5Jhe:.ri  /H^^iiVjrs |Wou*d'T,$e. found equa), tp;arv^;rjver  Surging^: vih1'1hW-; wwl d^:^Vr������;';5ire L:sev'eri������)  t r i b Ufa me's/ofgttie yN.wt h Fork flo w ing, i rani Ui e  u eastiwliose^ ehanneis are deef> andyiave never  ���������became quickly;^  l*eye;:*H tliabn.ly>ppe on which an: aWtnpt^toj  ^���������_4ch wb������n^foiUi^^Ide#|enom 'it^^S^*^ WUfef l������"^^ll!P^ ^^^^^^ ^"l^i  *dtTiesa the., amonhts-taken from Vi iUiaTn! of the nver we comej^hp creeks ^adirfj? ipj  "A-f-Y: y'^f^f M'i} ffilrifYiLrt "f- i-.&i   ft\ ftnowshoo ;Mounting..   __.ftUUle.y-.-creek- -nas;  imm below the cfciyon, Qonklin and Stout^ ^^tf^o^ii.e earliest ^sfeverV " la*  pcrkh������������������|, "^opouHo, :^rou|e|jHn^Lightm^ are, still a fe^ compaiiies  %re������f,l;    However,  the working \of;^ *fee1c, with ..His various  ;&'kgi#^^  :1E3Rn7v!^:;t������p;exp  jield.f besides^^^being' subject to constant anf,  ^>i^3_^a<^^iid;ri;iri^n'v  ;^a;ter:nye)^iv^:;iittlca"6^  ���������^is^rfeing\^aj^ windlass ��������� was  ^wlfeet:?^ this evil^will l^e  ;;_ueatMa*ii?e^et^ the.  bra tiches, has ne v������i_iiiefe* rhu ch wnr ked; bu t  t her e are a fe w_ o 1 d9h an d* who re main t h ere  constancy. aifHv nialce^: m^^,/1u^/-Tntich' it  wnnlVi^belliard^o^Jssiy^ ^arvey^creek bids  yt iiarvey  tai r t hi* su ir* ro er to ret u W a/gf nod, a ceo u n t. If  has beenV very rlifficult creek1" to 'prospect  pb^e^ vb^well folr^a-tinierb'iit'*when*aMarge  h ��������� (eii! of Jroi ������id1u^ nfler the, ii_imeUiaie1b ed ���������. ]cif  ^UHai^y^r^  ^egal^taS^ciir letting- nif the surfa'ce 2 water,  ������ihe wheels and elevators^were no 1 onger/able  ^watfitaii^ their-^u^  tock drain^as': cpmraenced^-an iindertakbig  %_ich -has cost hundredaM thpnsanda -pf? dot-  P li&i^ which has been tcontinually getting  filled up every frysliet, casting.: ifiousanas  :mor8 io*, put it^iifoorder.; ar^d;whieh, when  water is scarce in ;.t[ie. creek; generally carries  ���������more than nfbri- the s^vrface;; This deniori;  stratesJSbe.'of ^fehe ^ieiiefits^to he derived from  i-jjowerful   steam punipH.-r-wh^re  there ipj n  argest In the range, is but lluje kno^n..  There ������ar������ irood hydraiflic MggingB. which*  haye.paidLsteaflily year ;afier: year, .but- the  Vow^r part'of this great-creekf is'-Btfilj un l>ros.  peeled. On the barn at its hiduth' good tine  gold diggifigs ^erV:foiird; buti iii the inter 1 ne-  di ate. space. there are: m vies of: grot^i d o f' w lij till  , no thing Jh known beyond; the fact,* that it is  deop: ahd that: par'tie^h0 attetripfedstoy sink  never got .'flown^.Gm not enable  us to .'traveV further h6>th at present, an we  will rest on the������Qnesnel slope of the divide  an d restm_0 <the' stioject iu 0 u r ne st  ������������������f*,1ps.  ;;*ANE; ij KpRTZ MlKlNG-::CpMPA>sT; ::-  .:. Colonel; Lane,-the,Managef^f th^ W  Kurtz Company, ar rived he recast'Saturday;  wn^bmg'on^.he.finuta^e^^ ������������������*.-;������������������:.;��������� .x,.. f\ \_���������-.   ������������������ ���������   \.  .        ���������.,"���������'������������������.������������������,.' "���������������������������-,.     f -f-  In tbe next pUce,;jt is only ditrgiugs InfWW aejeot^d a_sj^ot,;-fq^^g*^������ji'*f adjacent *o  /m oderate de,p 1 h thu t c air :L>e: wp r ked * to an y | the': pi d.. Mo n t real ariclp EtiWrp rise%\\ aft % on  ^*vfthtafeby?;manual ^(>r vwah'r-power" with.j which so much time and labor was thrown  V^Z ���������������te" niachiiiery^f where hoistibg awky in ^iand ?& >vThe; location is one of  j������ndpumping haw to be^donvj Snitch oyer one I,. _ _.        ., -...:"   ..        .,:���������___   1     1     ,  ���������iuiftdrea feet it becamea au^^arduous task,! ������^ ^ostiavorable m  the neighborhood, as  Where steam power is peculiarly apptieab^  jas t he ex per ien ce of the For eat Bose Corn pari y poin t abov e "Will 0 w rive r.   Fai f n r ospeots  (  point a b 0 v e w i u 0 w river, if al r p r ospeol  were gotithere also.; in: Ahef gravel,.���������- bbtTthe-  pumps and machinery were Insufficient'<to'  conteiid ;-vit"n ;th������ roluni*?:j of sfiii^Hrnuiean  water. Operations will be.commeuced in the  beginil\ng ot th������ week, .contracts luiving bee 11  , al rea dj gi ven out f 0 r 1) 11 i Uli n g 'a 11011 se and  Company  { &bt#&.a j 1 $#: ������team engine now.,h0isis more  fu t rt, tu a ii an y cl aim h us bee 111 a the habit: af'  *aktrig.out>before* clearly ah0wa.; Betu 1 es.  with wate^wheels, ditches are often getting  ���������out of order; at low water it requires cpu-  e fcan f a tte'n &*6 n.'16. fee t wa ter i 11 - the H it tries ��������������� n  coconut of tailings, "and during freshets equal  .'attention.must be paid to mevent the flumes .  Jljeing broken d<>>vn or Washed away, whit. for 109 cords ot wood,   "tje maohinery may  '���������������������������inring winter it \a no ������kasy task Lo keep them  be expected to  arrive in the early part-or  .������iiear of ice.   Then when any stoppage fr^toi ueit month, and we anticipate i*o^m^^  ^riy of these caufes occurs, the immediate ..  .    ...     *. v .,i .���������������u ..,1..    :*���������    ��������� ���������*'  j ;���������'  'low of Hime is not ail. but the water, ns J th������ir smktnsr to bedrock, when, it tt rich pros-  matter of conrse; rises, perhaps filling up the! P������'Ct should be strnck,4he results will be of  ilrjfls and requiring hours or even days';, to j the utmost consequence to the future of Cari-  >puntp it but, 'igaur.;-. ilure^money. has'beetj |b0o. ^ We understand iJha^. some of our mer-  spent in iinkerins'and fnallng. aljout shafts cbaijt8 ll0id ������tock in the Company ivhose  end  wheels in Jntile -endeavors to sink on!      . ��������� , ...        .       ,.,    ...  William and Lightning creeks than  wouUl i prai������eworlhy energ:ris deserving of the high-  Begs ?t������ anno\ih ce' to his frieh rl* and tjae riublie  thathe has purchased'thV ! *'  ' ���������  '.: tifA'tfff ��������� 1 r.-K1 ;'f &&������Afff&J;;;i;��������� -���������''������������������;-if f.  : v-;%E:0;T^ti.^I):j :,v,  -pP] pfpXX X ^13AltKKB^ltKl^V^V- ^"f-f- 'f  'X ^Which he will open about the :26th inst.;  ���������A.-t,ff .....:;������������������   Yy-y f-i. itl7--i.f'-A^-ffy^ - ��������������� ������������������'--������������������  NEW A������VERTISEMENTS.  .AT-.-,,BE]������JfIE-9  Alkrgeanpnly of  LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S  1_^'^  "K^'ij'l-fv  C_3^)o<^rieS?P^  Oti'  uors.  ;;?j'0*:^  :"i^-  ���������>; -.iSi?  ���������l^-A^.ey^.-s^  ^f^5_  *-V^������  K(?;TO :A!# tJNOETH^TVCHKT ff AVE R1?MOVKn  .^���������*tfr the H^iKtirtu* j������r^fieuvK^i'rinj*i;ty>knov^rtvaB*tliV;  St���������: ��������� ..Georff* Sitl"<>|i ,j s\jh������c������'j{ they if; wiU, bo iti, aU .tinni. s*  proparod:to fitrmsh;   ., t ������" ff: '1 ; L* ,-     4  '������������������fff r >  "" Tb"��������� BAR 'ia':hirn'iifed'iritii:; tno^tln^t^vrt^ES/  hlQUOKaiindCtGAlW;''^'"- ���������-/ AK^K ff. Ktj-* \f  Boa,r<l^:;5|l2 "i^iTOei^  ' ' ���������    ���������" -'  ''?'':,/'i   ! |J^>"'-���������-17 lm. 8-*'"- '^ *-f-f '-'���������''������������������  rd;s.';sti:G'es  i__Ki;TH|%ESf%K^    p.y ^uXf-f ^'./'  ;i-;;���������' ;';;;^s^THk3^ ';;  ���������CARRY THE;^ .  And guurantee^to connects with the Steamers  ;.;i. ;' ";. .".", .;A'at;ea;cliea^... ;v'r" '.;  p&* Ne w (5 ood������ , wil I b e ree ei ved.. e v ery  week during tlie sieasbn. 'ZQ&*'pf        f ���������-  i~ss&  ���������:-n:  Clothing an-i ���������; groceries.  O&TWE^EST-WAU^'^^  ;^--'  .&*Fotf'sal������ at th o 8t nr**- of t he' ae������i.ers������i������hert; t-w; Rttrk*-! _  viUe_������pp6avt������ the Bank of BrlthjhColumbia, tK������;f;5.11  mfttv-;..-:-;,;.-;-;,i-:i.;;���������  y, f ��������� ���������: ;������������������-, ������v,���������w.; *^M_iiK.i^,  h::-: ?  ^'vV-i^achjn_^w  "������������������;. .so setido rn. gets out-of^brderi' tf there  7 is bn^ pot 'working well in '"��������� ��������� '- ���������   '/'���������������������������  v' ���������-;.  'CAUEORHI'A,*. ,fT :f'fiX:-m%::  fyy^pkEdmyy-^yyyy^''^,.  f'y ;;;;;WASHiNGTQW tEB^itORV; ;;  Z7*!."$iM&& f..!T''f'f'f.'-,  yxy.fmH6,.yx\ y:"x:yy:Pxyi"y  XT   Alaska,. ;' ?,.; -'0 ���������  ;^...:;,;_5RlTlSH'1Cd.UU^  .;;i,;:;MExicb;/.:;...;:' :;::"-t;...;"���������..  r,, .v-r^JAPA^;: ;>.:-..; ;���������,;:'".''.!',;��������� yy.fj,  :..^Or..CHINA,,Jf informed,.of it,,I wi||  / -fix it,without;any; e*penia.*o tjift;  :i-^-Owneri^ f       ���������- iff. -P., ff,> --\ '--. :'.f .  Hci. 19 Moatgomery Street, South,;  8r^b hotel Binvome,  A:$XH fRANCISCO, jiAI-.t;  LeaT'e Bark err ilie oh' Jifonday  'it. Six-a.rn;. reach;Ya1e:Ttmrf������<tay  nt Six p;tn.i nnd arrive at Victoria on Saturday at if onr jtAn.;  Send for Circulars and samples ������f'  the work;   Active Agents wanted to  every place.  R. BEAVEN, Apmt;^  '.jelOBra Victoria. B.C.  'x  (Next,door to Kurtz'a Store, Barkerville.)  HARDING & NICHOLS  iiave placed on the ground-fitly engine* with  ^utaps urteqiuite for the work.  ���������We, therefore, hail the imrorlnetioa of powerful .BU'ani engines into Cariboo as -a ne���������w era  est smeoess, : Shpu 1 r( tiJre prospecta f0 u nd re-  alize the anticipations of the .promoters, it is  not their mien lion to keep the large tract ot  in tha hi*t,>ry of our mine^an .m. event ]*^ ctJver^ ^^lieir lease io^k^d,up until  which promises to. advance us from the totter-j cciey can work it out themselves: they will  be.prepaired ta lease it in lots of one thousand  feet or more, and supply the lessees with mach i n ery fo r w ork ".ng. ch a rgi n g e* -re as 0 u able  .per   centage,   thus, affording  eanployment.  5ng AwpH of ehUdhooil to the firm onward  progress of adoVscence. when the fame of  vnr wealth will -be heralded throughout the  world. In speakin������ thtw, we are not < 1 ra wing,  faney pictures tinged W(th .the&o\orit\g of an  ,orr.i>traine������) im������_rm%tiot������.   \Y*e hiirer-um^j^fitv should-that plan be .fully carried^ut, tw pivb-! wn;f1if'^** Vh^f atriiri*o n'tfuck j>.m.  hUr.__ost *j.-u^tutte��������� aid* nut Icesj tb&n athuudtusd weji, ivit^t vji.u-c-������ }v-in������.;  ._��������������� REMEMBER   THlSt^f      {5  Triiveliers bv the FAST MNB KATE  FROM TWELVKTO TWBNTY 06LLARS  by not loitering:, us 6'tliar lines, do, on this  road. . ���������   ' ��������� ��������� :  fell- *'. J, "BARNARD.  ST/   lOHI'S    DAY  CELEBRATION.      ,  THE     7KSThrAt ��������� </JP  -ST.   JO.HM   THK  B ��������� ptist, Sal ur lay, 'Mi h .T11 n r. vv i!! I ������e��������� esdu  1nvjl������ <   by  Crtrifeno "Lodge, No, J������;_������, r.   &  A. M;, at ft.p.m. '  The lnri\n.\\ia\&y. e? Uim OfKcrs for thy ensulujc year  ���������g^'/.uuu*  Lo ..polity  us in 01  Uc^���������n^ii^,, &c , ^vts." !' ,  A^jrty ,:--2- '.J^^r-w.K.r....  teyi������ ia?  tOHr: "*f,0"**0*6*  . f':!  EG TO INTO KM thoir Cricn.lB w-\ the pnhljc tlwl  th������v. have opotied the ehi/re Bitk^rv, next <4w*  to KtRTZ'Jf Won:, Barkerville.- ������������������������������������������������������'  ^"wis'Wii.L oktjveh breap^  Of the' heat quality. at any yfaee on Wiiliam'tfrefk,  m$'&T '"' ___, '  ikouse aid Lot for Sale,  ������g������������geii������ajua__L.j_i_j__a :m
bav umAzy ffiNB m.x. i871-
-.pf X; wix^XTiiiipis.: -.- '.'������ ^SffX.
Mie ���$$$*& :#&"*cb.^8Vyee%^wa��herl^70
g-;?; Tlie JSt (jedr^e c&&r#*n��&iM e^pertee?.
'ftie Baliarat coV willed. 2ooz.;| -tbey baiinot
work to advantage till the freahet is bver^
*Tue�� hydraulic^ companies ^ate,: ait :at ^rl��
running off dirt b,riskiy, and from appearance* will do more work tbiajear than in;
auy preceding season.; vi^ r
.;,-.;. -.;.; >:;:��������� <^9^h^^ ...^
��� . /The. .Golden Hope co." are j.iittinpr ii pa powerful derrick mauVby Mr \yiptrip;thei;ebeih^
a vast,q u entity o f j urge rocks to hand le.. The
^aifvaieco. fire making,pye>?expeH8^. r h
'if. ffAf ���: OW3U8E CHEKK* ������' e; ;/><]>,���,  Mr''
.The Talisman-, co. 1 ast week washed 30 oz.
ttie'Herbu; cp. have been obliged to atop till
���'after -Ibis". ��� ? water,  a* ;��� the  creek' has bee ii
running into their r;{thnheli������4':.'iTlie,-0AhWlaH,
%at tBprihjr.^ari'd��� other ground^-stuicittgielaimf
iljai>ove. a re making the; most they can tof 'thj;
���:' .freshet;''':'"���';" .If ��� '' '" >'" ""'*?>v \ ' --1 ���* ���**'* '.' ':i "Jjj ���
'"f'''f )t TX-��   ;!' French onitEK;���' '������"������ H -V X y.
! The North^Araericari caare getting small
pay-v "3^e; Ambrose coy; eoht We f^fdng
' their;fu rinel ehtjiurl ^biil jiaveiiot yet got/b^d
jrock, although nearly 200 feet deep:'w:; y
���   "v';"'-   ;3   JACK OF CLCHS CKKK^
The-Two : Sistersico. have_s.trnck#>ed-rocfc
pitchihjrto the creelt an a* depths Sf/over .$0
'feet.; -They believe the channel /to be 30 <ir
40 feet deeper; and are:gp]ng;ahead to pro&&
pecV for; ft ;r.The;Fifet J Chance; co. wilt bV*
ready in>abputpthre��,wt^k��fyj caliV out dir$\
th*v rtiavi�� 'rwv it ilnve;troin";tlH?^cr**ek to them:
\0v#W$��;op t*!��. P*;I'?'?G* Staiobh���The'���-first'
piibiic: scti ojo 1 in Oarib oo wa s open ed o h Mo h-
da^^nprning.:: On receipt,61'Mhe; By-law aii-
���ihorifcingthefcoHe^fibn of a whool-tax ^i^ned
by his I^ceU^icy thejG^
Boa rd piii ichaped the bu i 1 d i ng formerly k u 6 wn
as; the hall"-way ;House, at moiife" oV/StHufc
eiiicJK whichjis in "the ;b6st convenient situ*
ittiotv!for )>Spiis-from Jjarkervilie; and -Rich-:
fieldf aftd proceeded to have it properiyffitted ���
ii p. v Th e bn ij di ng; is i��mii 11 ��� o u t con r e n ie n t,
S^?has'lieen tasteful ly ;fdrhished with desks;
and seats by Mr J. Bruce.   Ifc has been aur-
I'O und ed by a sii b St n'n tial railin g; in d a pi ece
of pround has been   1 eve 1\ed  for a. play-
.gjjron ud.   The fo,rm al open i tig, of the; sch ool
was li.nder t he siipervisioii of Messrs; Thonip-
so n; T6<i d. H it. hco ck, a nd, Bo w ron, ui e iii Iwrs
of the School Boapil.   The Chairman of the
Hoard,, Mr Thuiu.psoU;;;an��oua<ied tliat  Mr
tl oh n M u ndel I \had^^en tip^ointed teachrr,;
and dec 1 a red t he f^cxifr o pe n u ����� cordi ng to
the provisions of 'the^Schoxil Ordinance, for;
ed 11 cat io n al -|)u rposes.   He then! Anvlt ed any I
GjHii 11 e.naah: p reaeii t: h'V ai J d ress the^ and ieuc e J;
when ''therRev��� jEUpjim_s;JJerriek made a tew\
happy wmai^s^xpreHsiiig; his satisfaction:on;
t he a ii spl cj ousoccasi oh i an dgi y i ng so m e; g(>o dj
^High:vWatka���The hot weather and rain
this week.liWeYmade all;;tte'cTeeksrtt:tliis
neighborhood v^ery high.JVViliiam, creek is
run h. 1 ng oyer the stree t a rid road rat 16 war e nd
of; Barfr ery "die,. fbutX has^^bneuinbo serious
damage.   X
#maU Vlyeiva portion of the road riear Davis
cre^KJ ;J*arinS been iy^li&ff&ti&f^ The
b ii t ch erjs ca ty gojng $\ on g av i t h* Seat go t i p to
th e stream f the driver hot frying award th at
IheTpad was gone. ;A. good ducking;was forth iia tely at l A be ^damag��> sustainedi; Avftler
creek is very^ high ,fa ""fordiiig -gond- eppwir-
tn n j ty. fo r^ the co ni p an ies pro u nd-sl tilci ng to
ge t o fit a I a rge q uan ti ty oi"; d irt.
��Viv:.[Ay\j���. jf;,*^ jr-:.;t.i..-.iv.r...,; ../.,;���;;.;;, r'fXfi ..-������.-:������   ���'.'������'
.^^KtCKrUT^AKniVixo-- The first pack train of
th e season' arrived^ at Barker? i 11 e on S ti h d ay,
aiidf n p -to the p resen Clime .tbpee-tcainar--
I.eon ?s, tin tchison'�� and4 GertierreV���liav�� aff
rived, replenishing stocks of many articles
w h i c h. W ere; p re y ion si y very ��� scar c e. The
nm^js; had liU.leTdi.r*ficulty in- coming; in
ea r i $, i rr t he too rn \ h gs ;w tw n ^the sub w- .W��i��
hard; but unless part of the road is sliuvelWd
on t; it will b e s ti 11 t wo or th ree wee ks before
:a; wagon: ^an|cpmejth.r^u_^ ���;
The Asr kt>o?r~ Muson  '& wi fi * vlndin a:-
$m AtiyzwismmT*
TALE;: A^D; $ A^myiLLS,;::;
grid- take a pride in ,keep,ing theii' *:iooks and
ihe sctioj��i hoiisei^an aip Iia >gobd order;
w Ih^h ���'t^f^al I'pro i^ed^c
tp.^ |d r St u ndel fctlieii'. op en ei I. th e d ai 1 y exe r|
cisf^ in the usual;^iianner^ The; number '* of
Jctuldi'ehv present At;;'the ->ppeping;was sevenI
biit several more ia^o:since-atteuded. :<yfi&X\
I eh jifti: o nd "jhWyey theirs wheels dump^x and
���" e 111 i c**s a 11 a n dvv : gro ii il d f so ' that, t h ey . c an
work^;w.iriterX;Mnd;|s<Mmi��erv wjIh/mt  mcbn
^���ou>��^M!**:  rlv^;;rtr^*;;ia<)^: ru^njiigaditcKrv
f ffU&y irtoria^nd^aUlaticcujr comjiaDieacuh;
. .\^iuue''p.nibpect(ug^^ \il *��)::i fY"-u '- '��� r"X"'"'
���; ���KEotsTiuTipv; <ip YoTEn��^rf3*he^ Rorlotl:;fbr
regi^traUon :ekpii^d; last;Saturday, and
was an ttcip a ted Uyr; eyeiyyjn*, t he; a iisn rd ��� an/1
tro u b 1 es bme prny i sione ,��f. ith e. n ejw: it aw- h av ^
', ji jv^t�� :;-efit^ bfptp rend eri ri g; .th e;;h u ni ber ';���; p f
claimants' ?ery \MnialU., We ha^e bbt^heard
listsHmust,���eccordinpf^)hw beipimlinhed:on
ofWlbre^st ^ly^whenHhecm'rect statjsties
rwhify iio we\yer�� jiidgiifg fromIV/AP
1i",^;Discovervinndv-Vnllev;Mohntain com'i
/'piujieS''Sre>��.v^oiHf;:}nn^ ������.:'
��� ',;, ���'   T- ' " ;���.V.UfflTNIXO OUKKK.        ���      ���������' f   .
4s#r1^' HmUh^iies? ��o^:lvufewe��kf washed: 87��
n>t ;The ^pruo^f\vi; yhnV^ ��� Keeipbbliged: Jto_
sfnp oncai^onut^d* theHVephetj a The ���Resri eo;
k ��v' run hi 11 _{��������.-v li i I ';irace' p r **P? ra tiny in 'fid n'k -
int.;a new fdmft.v/rh'': Kldoradoj^ire iniikiiip
*>y��uV wa��^.-^>n��v;:f_tghthing- -eoJ are-Jrtmuti
��/; * .rmitf'ticin^,. fo^pii uipf pn,!: ;*1*^i."^fii r^i^i^r!t,1';
���AYin kle^ Pe\ilT ft n d ;..'thidr v.pii inK irisufSieient jtif r;
Wi*����p .ijowmiijie wnti��r. rThe^Victona.cp. con-
tin ire ilri|iirig�� th^,ogtavock -tp w?��rl* fb��? channel. 'The Glads to lie co. ara drifting for the
aatne.;-k- $V:tt:���.; * ���<**' - '-���-' '������'��� ���"' '"'��� 'r-: X- f- 'f *
A* .Riehtield. ti'����i ���-i*ti ^JayAill 14th June,
1S71, ta Ice n at, 5* .u.rn. <*?ioh d �� y, sh o w i tig tiu*
^h'^ijf and lowest range tor; preceding]2f
^hours': ���''    ���        ;'"''i" \ '-f-4''"'" x Xf ��� ���;��� ' ��� f
May 20 -50
. ftf2&T.o&X.
*:,'.t.i.' "_3_,56-:::
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^-"'���r> J30���58 !"
June  1��� If,
"ISO   '
2ii. .
; ,4A-[;0_-'
it" ^ii.fi{. -;-
***&���ryi "���
The Mean Temperature for May whs
The Maximum being CH0   ou It"lb
'Mfnininm 7�� on 4 th.       ���    *  .
,',. ,23
���\ ,2S
--.30 .
,    2it��
���   ?4
38.70 ��.
und the
)inrt :gjnH':-LiguYnjiiggreeks, \t"wiiiitd 1;a pfeear
stlmt, l the; cl^drns ;f<nr ���������* regislr it ion wil 1. be i oss
than two (liird^o.f the niimher of votes -polled
a.t las.electibni'Mt^he;^
division we'learn that 230 claims liaye been
received; and'at the-f/ightnihg^iretik dirision
i iu/\yhite^ati^i^sneh^
: tbreel '^ Keith ley; -ereek-pr ^Wi U iima' I akel wi 11:
.i_pr,;we.ppi n e, jsyr^l 1 the.: p n mfeer mis ch, :>anit
as torOminecavwe do not" nndt-rstand^how
thi!^H/ar.ef:tb, ;be.. arranged ��� tliere, ;or;'[) f ;thei^
cairbe any:rt����fe
had!inot arrrc**^'fit<��zww&0$m., creek- Tiy'iihin
H^few^iyK pf'thfc expiration of th<V higal tiute
for receivinj^ sppl^'!catiob��t POh;; Aft** whole.
the w orki ng of'" t Iii s prec'i o 0 s \ aw 'Venders ! i'l
ibi p era I iy��,o\ufclie jiext. Left islsttu re ,tj) t"uaUe
Honi�� radi ca i amen ri m e n'ta i ii 6 rde _ to re n der
it of ���any; b��aefit tq^the icouafcry,. i    * .; <f\ \
Omiskoi���f*oid Comraissioner Ball and Ur.
T. Boil, who have been bii a tour- to Bo da
creek, .anil u^iUve-river to Fort (ieor_re canyon, returned to AViliiatn creek this week.
)Ve, learn frrun ithf.m J hat Mr Kl! tu r>r<^. had ajv
riv'vi SX$i Tpf$iieHi}?VnmutlV; frnnV jGerrnansen
creek, ; Men^pnr^that,work (had;;��b��euSuspended on -a ectt��'nt of.; the- Iresluit^ and iliai;:
38i) oiinces had been taken';out of t he groiiutl
4oil the ?ii|v_i>r pwt t>f Ihe creek; About 8tl0
men"had arrivbd by- both; r<>��tes. pa rties
eo mi ng.:,:'f i^pm Kor ks o f Skejaha h ad been coin;
p e l*J(jvp'��if^a y P t�� n am en u't) ce r its (p er pound
T< >r p a clei ng. "'Abb tiA 80 8 ��� a n'i mala h a cf'" o rossed
the &i-aser at;,: Qtieshaj m o u t h. p r i n ci pa 11 y
loaded with provisions, aud* there i.s liUle
d��u b t iM\ l v that vt he pac te rs - w i! l.ikt d a i u u oh
sh o rter trai I th ail the' presen t. Vr. - B. W right
i n ten d s ��� tn A ry to ge t. \h u En ter prise th ro ug h
the Fort George canyon.
"C^wftiiAi/ Eow-rOn'Tiwwlay last n noisy
dispute arose about, money matters between
a re^id e n t o f: the C h i n ese i\ 11 a iter o f B a rlcer-
v i lie and a fel Iii w> eotui toy rn.au from Qn esh el -
month.:, After vociferating at, each other lustily across the .street lor aootit a quarter of
an hear tin luug-iHge which was doubtless the
reverse -of complimentary, ilje Barkerville
champ ton crossed to his opponents side, and
they will cbn'rlmMf'^ wahtsj
of the inner man.
v J VINES��� *, LIQUORS. ;.' ���   f\   j
; r;?puy ao6Ds;,GLOTHisG_
ft fi -^:;Ty0fa^
��� \ Mg^;^ TpB^Qo^ ;' yl
��� } x" ^stationsiiy;' '\Z.yyy,
\. f.
Kii'l pA->:���XtHf' ,'.-rtX 'fy->' fTtf ''^'v'.;|;r|
And a?conipfete assortFient^f: V- J XT
->���  ������-,i'?Ti-   ������:,�����..,.  V-   .       ,,.,*    ..   :���.,.. At ft*
-��*W      ~
���  5^ Kx a b bar 'Exprk w?=��iti v ed ye_s terd ay eye -j
niiig^   The^ road ha
seVeriiiVplaces��������� oii I
mil r d eress, hash ee n s�� n te need to ho h atige d ohwRiag el* ��jv Ja w^. :���'
at San Francisco on 28tb July.  *
Bo v in k - M essri;. Van Vol lie ii bi irgh"" _ffTC o |
brbu^htin ajnum^
weefe: ^{i��sri?'I)ilftnneyVla.0:; *W;f 3^ixpii*s I
cows; rl\sph\x'rivtffi^fip in;their;w*nter; qiiWr^ers*
The aniinals'gotover the show;oh the mouuf
^io ^i^outjijfllcui^v - ''"if   " ''"; f ������ ���
���^IJatjsk ALAi:M~-On Thursday eyehihg;anj
alarm of tlre;(caui^ed^b^
bh a roof at. the lo>ver e.tid of  BarkeryU'lej,
ea! I edcoiitithe; iiqigade^wbo; were bn^the^ppt
in a tew -seconds, but ;the danger; j'WastpH
t^iately ^abt; (;; ::; ��� \ ' ; .^;=, |
i''Fin��-- BitiGADK. Pkactice. --rJTbe Brigade
turned ������"out' v'fp.r'.. P^V?1'*? t'��f?^*"T*i) 'sTfa'i��^d**y^' ftfUU'S".'
water frbm ihe uppeii tank. ThejinemberS
the.water aud working?tlWhbW." "*:a ft^r'Cl' {
Qt'ick:  Travkwsq^Passengers; leav]n'p
Barbervil 1 e oh "dVmday tnorning by Barn��t;d'%
I?a s t ,L vne of, S tages���=��� Hr ri ve h t Vic to ri a oil
" Swfcu r (I a yi.;,a f ter.naott,;. -_ A5te^'^3E ^ ap d: f*?M T
day, 1   Fare^Twehty^vc doUaraT:.;;;H^i
���,VW='.!-ji+5SSiE*.;haa:vireceiy.ed -,n ne^l46t.: of ;:Unr
derclothing^ ladies; ari^
sh o es ah d si i p pers; itt.; by trai ns from b eio. w;y
which he offers for sale cheap.; ���>  j
Nkw Gonais^ )'p pejt lieim er ,Bros.,- h a ve re-
eel ved by the (l rs t \ > ti c k trai r i s o f the seaso n a
large assortment oteorchandize of all descrip-
'.tioas..... %,   T. �����;;,     ���; . ���
;������ Gi';3*feo^^,^ratn, 6^^*D^^bek^:iyl(Iv a
cargo o f extra flour fur ��� A. Pendo la, sir rived:
yesterday.;.;���.;,.:,���.: :��\X.\, . X~^---,'fi'f' -. a-4
' l MPonTANT to Tit at KUiBiw ���Read Barn or d!��;
S thg h i.5n^, advertise) oe.n tin, jajtiQ ibex eg l.u uhu
r J Hpr^fThe thermometer'teg? stored; lt^ :in
tUelna^'at^ueiitW i.,
���_j^it {*dd W CO'QJJS nre ..helag^iiccived ;cop Un uaUy.
H$ fTiT'P^y^i^VKfA. -a
'Doioinioii of .Canada!
ORATION AT  10  A;M.^-J; S^TnoMPflor.
2d Prt_��
��   ���;$��   '
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���      ,;������>.*       ������
r?V^* -
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. - *. i_ '
f. ?\"; '
By Ba r nard*s Kx p re?s. ���ir r��v ed Ju no 15 th���
* To Barkerville��� William  K v��ins.    To Soda
<��� creek��� John  Kvans. K. G. B,  Davis, John
Gboo'acre, Kd. Humphry.   To WiUiHmslakej^^emy drawing u knife from his sleeve.
-r-Fatber (iraudevinvAV*n. ^Thompson.    To \)wu\e n" rush towards his enemy, who, lifting
Clinton���John Jones. Quesnel tu Barker-! a bench on .which he haflTfeeen 'sitting, threw
/TiUe-^amvs'Marquie/-  ; j himself-in a posture of defence.   The blood-1
T.liy i?rerow ^'Johueon's.BepiwiC'irtiWihWraty xMoii��olittn was, however, persuaded
> Saturday,  10th June���To Barkervi.Ue~-Col j by histfriends to giv* up his deadly weapon,
O. O. Lane, Messrs. A.'Cuthmings.S.Glover and retired loans house on tjie other side,
��� and Pratt,   hi Torwey. to lotHnile hunxe, I muttefmg makdictions as he went,
j J. FeJix, to Soda <cr-eek.    L. Go hen, t
:;v: xJr' ^in^s^^l^^^T;:^^! IV
vAClv.OKCliuUa/JUJCKK. 1   '
Watt v ctf.���June J ��� Hecp rd ed in favor \ of
G. M. *:Morrw, A: Vignoto, JvJJudeny; K.
Oomiiie^1 A: Johnston, ^.Parker, d: Senay, T.
jMeUrdv, John Ev/Uis, T. ^ayery, WiAtexr
and**r.*I. Doak, 12 creek qltiiinVatupper end
ot .Victoria, co.. ruuniug, op. stream....    -f-; ;
Two Brothers co.���June 5���JiecordedMn
favor .of W-. Pattullo, JV_ A. Meactuuu. J.i*.
Basiedo. -three-hill ..clams, .commencing at
lower line of.Two Brothers en"-.; to. bo heldiu
tmsti'or und form part o�� .twjf.,
;   ' by the II��and,and Garjboo^jGrlee^JLu^.,^
-��� ;;���'-   PROCK^^lB;,Or SPORTS;:':: ' v*f0te
^^Throwing^ie^lg-?,;"^;? T
2 ���Tosstn.����� the Oilicr,- .'.-.;������,':'
"JU^.(ip; t>kii>-anti >lu��ipT ;'���-���y- f--
4������Staaelng. Jumy_\
6���.P*umUnt? HijfhJuinp,  -,,..;.:
. 6���1 'vittirijf.Swn��,���::;;' -'���'.-r	
7~i>ri*^i?g Styne, 6Jte��^*iArt, \
. 8--.Kwt Kacl-, lpO yard��, ;    .
'������"8���jwy.fc*.���'Wicei ���But ov'iir l4.y-ars   --.
���.,;-.-; ".*i^���.,."" ���������>,������������' -:-.;-'.;':;,.';'^-:-.v^;
10���-Foot Race, 100 yarrtf.^,.;; :': lp;
ll-^-HeJcliHUts? tjctact!^wiunera;of;p,r% f x
'' vicjus races.cxchidcxl,. ;���.':.* 10f
12-^Siick RricCvi00:VJtr,i��,-; ': ff "10r;
;a.3���ffhrccl iV.:g<Jd ;R j ce; W; yard^ ; Mj
14���lUders" B��ee, 100yarasA; osirryiDg;., ..
������'���:',y''''.l*ft'n"'"'"'"-:|;;������:'��� ��� '"' ������HPi
*S4-H��rrtfe.Kaco; 125 yds, _>��� liurdks. ^>
;. 3>i feet high,  ...";; ���,;.': -Y. :'���:}$ t
iti^XVhii'Unrxf)W K'��veit 190 yards, '.' IO
;_7^i^iish.Kiiei}1llp0;yara8,,; ;..^- ��� ;;>^
_'8^lfii_��-CJirnttie Hu.oy,.   '. . 10'.   ;'      --
It.���Hnt.Riteev '*L ���* "i;--1-':"r/: "'��� ���r:/���':-''''WT ff-''���'"���:'+~
.-.,^iimljthg?trho..Greaay -A -   ,
.;; "'���*; .'higti^;; pfpf ���;. ';;��� ff ���������������������.^.'; ��� ������,.��� -^
Xgft'i Kntrunce FwS' to alt the. above ;fipprt?; $1;' eg-
cpniini? Hogs? ;B;��j��; !Kos�� Carriage pace, Hii1:^ic��,
,_StwMsli Ih^Cfv ae d Greaiy Pohv wInch are:free, a .
'   tfciv Spirts to eonii_e'nee at Ki.KVKN a.-m.; sh^rp^.
Th i\ Om i ri cci Ks i*.ref�� 'will con n ret wi th J? ftfn n r��l'��?
nd-WiiHom.Greek, .wlicrt
."'-��,'��� xtr ��� ��4. ;;i��   ������ to        a .i       L              i.   ���' *^��-0 rws ��'< t ���' OtteHtfel i: km tl i �� n d- w i h io w .Crook, v: acri
Vuni!    TnKWKATHKK-lhe sudden changes of our ^i aiid lJttrrs wmber^ived.   :      ���-.
. i Ch rib oo cl i mate were in* ver in ore fully ��xfm> jaar*' a ��eii era i^isprces busi ikvs con ductwi
' plifiedthan imthe last few if ays, when, almost w't?2e               ;    ; ; ': .���'BliKX'&.FV-tvF.'-TJRR
withdut . _varriiyg, Wr.e took a ,U ea p from the
chills of winter tn summer's warm embrace. 1^^^.
Tilt? thermometer .on Tuesday stood nt fi^l^���******
degrees in the shade���
eniiv in the season.
\ -Aq.cri)KKT~-(Yesteri_ay '������ aftevnoon .>a larpe
cave' took place in the IVfcLaren hydraulic
claim near jilcb.9eiji.tknd li?JL>er._H_a_b aud
ThomaR Cornwbi who were working at tlie
time, had a narrow escape from being crushed.
The latter - was s.rnck by fragments of tbel'ill- wun a heavy full of rain,
ing bank, receiving some severe cut? an. the j atmosphere considerably. K-iiring the Um
head. He was able, bowepcr to .walk fe^lris 'week the snow has vanished &ke .m*i%b>. grmo
h��nw;'ul EJch.t5.eJd. where Dr.'l.W j��j___iftf?.Ub�� ^<ielul)^ vbicb a.r^ -*��w ,liec^Mjf
;*U'>3ttdcd aad 'i'fe.i'j'it'liii-if'^n'Js- ' ,l.!>pW\T*C'AV<��t''.'*i t^U ��^-��f^ire?.
iiigino for Sale*
an  unusual height so
Ou W-odaesday ti^re
whith cooled {the
DOM J>" 10 N* PC US K-rOpe d t-o. ail. com ew, hea ,t?,
800 vards} best 2 out of S, catrauco
��� (eeSlO,
CARIBOO P.L*KSE���Opeo to ftII comc;rs, cxtPpt
t he winRtt* of Ui a 4 )eni inion 4' ii'ratl���
heats, acipyardw, b^t ii out ot ,p, eu*
ivnaco lot* go,
_JCRUB -RACK���Opeu to allxionier?, i'WjtipK
'   ht��r.scs ���_ ��te re d for J)p so,i��ton Pu ra��t ��a ��i
th* wlafivr of'the O'urlhiio  l*����?e���
300. varus, entm^ce .fee $2 f_{_
SLOW  RACK���.Oiynty* ���euaagia_; hm%  ��S*.
,       h'otko wins, eiitruD��e fee $1,     '
5Cp��� jockcvlnsc ttllowed.   Patrol Juries will bo ap-
polaU'd Ue" dtTddo as to tajir or ajuls ju tlie Horn*
tt��J'The Priat*s tor nm of U��e.abave sports Wijl b*
p^ttTte tbe"wiiiuers as sowi. as .tbe (tedsiou ot,,tbd
jutiffea 1? _dvif&.' %'_*-_
^. h'o Heoond prixo to J?e given..unless .thojo h*
throw ��:a tries.
Y R0>\M. FAI.UTE to ho jflr^-l  at .^OOK.  an(J
0_t__KJ)-JUXMWATIpSA*P?^eT��      ,
'   in   th^   EvoniDK  ��_��� EW'KH'TAINMEN'Tjwi.fi b��
givcaaHhpTHBATftK Ri>VAL by the Cariboo Dra,
ra Kiic. Afsot.-i it ioe,.
TWENTY  "mrSVt   COV\'LV:\)   HORTZOWtl Chairu'.r.u'of Committor
Ku^ttfn ^au^. itoiter, withVio**. witUftut :-heisthigj #   ��� y  ^   JiuRai^t.
Thr MArHTXK^-"J^ A VT;OUU Mif.fec^!ot-. I ' ff*..PO\��Ki,Lu\ '
.j.\ir pa rt il*-l (.IS ".���':* -* g>i?
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y M  -Mining: records.  ffil  km ���������  :.'S_!:������ri"'. ���������  fl  '������������������mm-,  fW$li  ���������������������������W*~-M   '���������'���������  ;ii  II v  II'  ,,r -*-:���������-*.1t-j������-o������_rt*t  -V  ta������--*  .'X' s  "fi"  III.  ' W ;  my  ni to  ������������������������������������h'iiM's.r  :'    fl^flM  fei '  * 40y  ^?  ���������������       '  ' vy -  ii  ������  mm.f  TV'      "  y.  -f  Tf  -I  ���������|iSI ������������������ ���������������������������  III  j5..'.'nj :  .  lill -v'  11":  If A  ff  ;f$f%3! ������������������" ' '  isr'-:  . ������������������.'���������', "i  - -...  xi -���������'  .fe ���������____!  ,      ������������������' . , MOSQUITO CREEK.  Hocking^co.���������May 25r-Recorded in favor  of Chung, 5 interests; re-record.  " _.        ,* ^ ...r ������TV"   ;,BKD Q0XJ3H. (V'^ ���������,^ /f ^ _-, ,C&  .. ��������� * OM^oMn WMkay ?29^r3pli nr Re ei r| on e  hill claim,on .right.bank,, commencing: about  iiO feet ahoVe SbaTt-knbwnras Boston? running  .',,' tjowastream.:,. 'ffXiff^PX '���������;������������������;'"'' />..-. !.'.������-'^.':v^  ���������.��������� J3i!, # ��������� o.;'.r_ ^xraHTNTNaxBREE. ':v' f \, X f if  Spr n ce;co .^M ay ��������� 1 ^Record ed- Aw favor o f  .'; JohnPot merp, "fof--fcpmpanyi" 250 fee bi purr  i^ehflaed h'OBi^uw'nlile.icoiJ Re^recor^. ,;n  Rough aud'ReaSy co,^Mayv 23^Recofa*ed  JofaVprbf." *fi>"___a'A Macwi"a[;-^oti������r*" ilatiBtr^BCj;-- and  two in trustfbrcompaby:*-'A* Sheqden* one  interest; and bae:in;tr������3t;fbrc^pany ; John  UoiiniiBolio^^^^y: .23-rnrRecprded,;in  favor of,?Ricfiar<l ^  Dose her, H. Ste^^BenViHaal^ je^bn*. o ne in-  ��������� teeslj-re-reoord.v^^  .YWesfc <"tdf|Englandico:^Ma3^25~Rec������rded'  jn r*avpfcbf ^^  Wright;*Cim^  Taylors-Hugh, Phillipa; Tho^aH BeW|Wni.  1*telaiiej; Jos.^ Matthews,' ten hill 'claims' in  %ust for said cq.;   ;-^f^ j       *���������;     y./\ '  -c-j* Cain; co^rrMay 25���������Recorded in favor of  Evmi Phillips. T.^llen, JhoVYelatti, three^in-;  terebU ;, to form part of Cain co* ^ ���������_     ��������� \  ^Clarfejan^i^  In 'fa%i: 6T ffiG^  -creek elairaa on right side, commencing at  ��������� *r ^Mirb r^ca;<^^ay|*. 6_^|>cj^ -*vor|p f  Ii; Win trip, orie interest iTe-rje cord;   r:   ���������>  <Gem co.���������Mayf 26-^Recorded In favor of  ' "Walter'Urquharfc, one creek claim, commencing, at lower liite of Grjaat Western ; also^,the  Slower-lbOfeet^oP(_^ea^ '  ..yllM}fifi& ,   ;. {  Amadpr co.-���������May 26���������Recorded: in favor,  | off A ngua Jqh nsofl. Don al d^McLean^ HnRpife  0 wall,1 three Tcree_: claims,;* formerlyk?part "'of  , Araador?1co. , ,     ;      t ,     pfyi,    v.  ' *   ''*'* ��������� **'S" ''"* 4 'VANWIN^KLB 'CREEff* '���������"*' *".'      ;'  I'Recbrden'-ihJ.f^ John!  Slaterv������^ft!lier^Tthw hi 1 ^ol^ntsv on right  hank/adjoining-Jaynes co., to form part of  ���������same.'    -* ' *,r   tf\������.f^?    >���������**  t5. "i ���������,:    ,'   *'t -t 5. NELSON ORERKv ��������� " . ���������'  J'  ?f RecbMed^in favor 6fv A^Bortano; one ;hill  claim on; Jweat baaIc,A abpui 200 feat above  ��������� ^regante;cabin. * "   *\      i    * '. ��������� '  MISCELLANEOUS  ������������������,'..'���������   ;;���������, YIGTOR1 A,'B.QV      ,- , ,  ������������������Xj^ Goods jipugh t in theB uropearx Markets to/order, and. cphsignmentai of u Oopda from  British Columbia-'sold- in London.-,' * ,      ;    ." \f;        . r'.".���������;       ".'  REFBSRENGiES.-IN  /���������t'K  ���������";��������� LONDONr^ondon and Westminster Tff.-!\J>:  h-Pfifff f;f'fM'- Me88rsVGbpe'stakeJMoore &0o.,5,Bow .Church *3Tard. iff  ������:-.'  VIOTORIit^Bank bfvBritish North ;America:  tny 6,6m  ;..!  J; A GiQjIntic U^bkRtAKiN<i^Ffpirn'Hftne to  ti me; prop osi tip ns? are) se t ia^o^ifor jb rid gin g  Jor tunnelling the.; channel;, bet^vlen .France.  and Ehglandytand various schemes1 bave:betii  fd.9vised tor overcoming tfc(e unpleasant sea  ^voyage from Dover to Calais.   The lost proposition i;.is; to lay down a/ ehstiironp tube'  through whlch^rail way ^tyains might'be tun.  .The tubeVwouldfbe/cpib^  'the channel, and laid at^ifee bottom of the  sea, being buiU up inside^ah^  der or bell; to I)e -cohstantly pbshed forward  y as. the building of the,.tube;,.proceeded.',.; The  line selected ; for the tube to be sub merged is  closeito1' Dover, oh1 the. English -jside of: the  channel, and would extend to Cape Grishe'z  oa tie'French eoa^th^distanee between the  two points being.22 miles, and the average  depth of water 110 feet.   According to this  plan, the tube would be made . large enough  for the passage of railway earringes of ordinary construction, whilst; the"'trafQo Gould'fee  worked by pneumatic pressure, thus securing  a constant supply"of pure air, arid 'at the same  time precluding the possibility of a collision.  It Is estimated that a slow tram will be able  to accomplish the^"slaoee.in one hour and  si x mi n u tos, bu t an ex p ress t rai n in f or ty -s i x  - minutes.   Five thousand passengers and ten  thousand tons! of goods could be conveyed  through the Tube daily.   It is not likely that  France will be able to-give much assistance  to a project of this kind for many yearp ; but  23Ujr sUh cap i tal. a a d. en ter p rise may carry i t  Utosgh.    . . . ' ,*:  -fi-jiffW j- ?i .**'r:-V*"-"i':>i.{ t-AVfA' ��������������������������� -i'-V: f'."-1 i. f- '"if. ������������������������������������������������������')���������  f,:.yyiyt .-Al^Y^'f AAA' " "y   ''!::'"'   f'������������������''���������  ':  , ^rpSttE AT COT0R1IIII18  *   -,V :.' a^a    h) > ,��������� '.' y.f  SOD&'^GBE-KK,*--,'  v, * ***)"# fH������.  A\i.  Sr ^^^^^j^^^^y\M^ XtX :  ���������     y , 1;X   / BABKEBVIIiliE  >f  ''  ' J���������', . :,'������������:  ff'; -1."     J.-HARPBB,,  Mn^s^iP^  ^A3iKER������ILIiB.i  T '*THIS STOR1S"t5*-1U* always^ be found, a well-  ?8etccte(l������stock oft the ,  . f, 7, , 1. f  FRESHEST GROCERIES: AND  ;;: PROiyISIOfSlS\ il^   CArtlBOG-  jy_[, y% : BBST"JAyA;Cp?FES^;.V; \f f  Roastod and Qrouad daily.^ . \',. r ���������/������(-'. ���������  :fMi&^r^Wr0y^:: Last:  - ^jwv.t; ^-^������laanee, .;��������������������������� ���������,-1: - *pf  Where '.ii; good'-tesdrt&eniv of ��������� Goods '���������:will -always' be  foand. " \ffriffY ^fiAAKQ-fx. .���������'...!:-'*'**������������������/, '.''".���������V-- ;:;-.-:_<  .. I,trust by strict attention to business and fair and  square ��������� dealluftj-tb irierlt-a continuance .of -thjS:liberal  patronage heretofore extended.-,to,me.1 y.fy.,Y'. :.f������f.;  THE  UND15RSIQNKD  BEGS  TO   INF0Pv������  HIS  friends and the public ;t hath e has fitted up so������ne  COMFORT ABLE BED -ROOMS  n bis new buildihgjwhere be is prepared, to give  good Bods -at a reasonable, price. K Those who will  fayior him with their.p atrpnago, may depend ;ou the  oleohnessandcobafort'of,hiB'h'6uae-f '"ff  He takeBalsothlropportunity to remind the Carl^  booites that hie Brewery haB recelywd the FIRBT  PRIZE oi' the Colony for hiseejobrated  XXX wire,  And th e true amateurs will b'e ableto judge by them  selves that such honorable-prize has heea Justly  awarded to htm.   .    ,  N.B.���������A large front room to let.  Barii:erviile,Jan. 28, 1868. N.-CUNIO  MISSIFG-.  TMW ?*&���������?,. *���������!& SO, who left VMm in 1S58.���������  S '-^P^ftyJifc^* ftM5*6Ufig the said Joseph Wolf will  ftw$\&\\Affiyy\?T wt^7#A *nd forwarded to hts parents  ���������ff tiftiE ;;?;?xxdi ar t mag rsmatb,  'tiytl&lrfp "*&5urift# V_tiic.urer IsUnd. .  HAVE boon requested by several respectable parties, wbo cah testily to the efficacy oi my system,  to again make public the iact that , .       ,   ���������"���������  Moses9 Hair Invigorator  WILL PREVENT BALDNESS, .   >.  .RESTORE, HAIR THAT IS BECOMING T_IIN  OR;-FALLING OFF, and Effectually  ���������. CURE SCURF-OR DANDRUKF.  This fe not % mere assertion on my part, as I have  ia my ���������possession numerous testimonials certifying to  the success of my remedy.:.1 ���������   ���������  I.donot of course.pretend that I can make the bnir  f' 'row on headg-whic'h have been bald for years; but  will guarantee to stop .the. hair from fulling off,, to  inereaeo its growth, ,ahd effectually remove Sou ri' or  ���������BandruJT;��������� ���������-*->h    f^rf'f-   f-tf W. I). MOSES,  "������������������if ������������������ >'?���������**��������� f iv ���������'���������"' Barkerville, B.C.  ���������' vrCERTlFlCATK. -. ���������  This is-to certify that.during last spring my hair  was rapidly falling out anil my heao* w.^s last becoming oald, when I applied to Mr W, D.MOSES, Barher,  Barkerville, who tn a few weeks restored my hair to  Its former healthy state DAVID GIBBONS.  Barkerville, Dee. 20, 1800,      * autjfily*  f BUSINESS NOTICES;  % .'';���������-' / t':~ "������������������������������������.     ���������   1  -  I ���������______*  ..'"*    .1  ���������_������������������:������������������   J'vrf..* :ft ������������������{.''..A    \. *;*���������'_,    rt,  V._     .f        ' -Celebrated -* -** a'-'   :i'-1'! v  yyORCESTER^  * /, 'r -.\* DeclarodvbyConnoisseurs tp.fl>e ;/������������������', i". ���������'.  ���������:���������: Caution. against.*Eraud.rr-Tl?> faccess of^ this  moat delicious.'and .iinrlvalled Condiment having  caused certainvdealerstb;apply. the name of '���������$ WerceS'  tershire. Saiicei?: to their..-.own?inferioricompounda^-.the  public,is hereby informed that tht. c^ily wrayto ae;  cure4' the'genuine,' l's' to'f * * * % **< ��������� ?* ��������� i ;; '���������������������������;"'��������� *l     \  ASK FGR'L'EA & PEBROTS'T5'SMTGK  and 'to lse 6 'that, t h eirVn atmes'-a roJ'; uponj th^iWBAJPKB  iiiBiJLBvSToepBit^ andnuTTLKi' ]���������������> ��������� '���������:?, 'vstfv-y&^dpi ���������? ?;  i Some.o'.f the foreign;markets ^ayii^Jjeehsupplied  with ajspurlqus WorcestershireSaujce,lul)on the wrapper and labels of \vhich,the names of iea an d! Perrins  liave��������������������������� been''forged,'.��������� L^'an<teP^feiyc: notice that they  have furnished i theXt;Cprr^^onden^8V^*-th: power ol  attorney to, take, instant.;proceedihgs against;itAsfir*  faotu rbbs ah d, vsnHoes 'o f su ch* or any other imi ta  t^nsbywhicl|tbeirHJhtmay beinfringed;' ff-f.  fAsk for rLBA:& PER3*II:N*S'' Sahde and see  Nanie^bri "Wrapper^^a"b"el,viBottle^ and  ^Stopper.' v : 1 '3. r j;.} >������������������<? >if - .s ; i ��������� ;��������� * i"!.^.;' *' J' "f;,: j -'���������.;  '  ������iWbolesale anOen'^xport'^the^rpprje^s, fWor  eester.; Crosse and Blackwel 1^ Lon,don,'Ac., iic. f^and  by.Grecers and Oih'n,eh/unMv>;rsaUy.:   ''v   ''"fff  R,estaio:i^nt;-^n:{3:  THE Proprietor of this old and well-khownestab^  ?.'lish.men.t woui^fespect^UyHthaal^.hia humeri  bus frtends a nd th'e^pu b 1 ic: le. r. th e extensive patronage  heretofore^ esto we.d pn; him ,<���������. an d trust s\ that .by bts,  usual strict attention^o businesBto.merit:a bpntin  uaho e o 1 the i r co nflden.ee and a upp otl'.. ���������'    ',    ) ���������  :?'��������� Meals,'".^I'V ;(Bpar<i^ $I4:: per; :Weefc.; 'p[  BREAD M'AJ>Ill:" OF 'THE' BEST FLOTJR  I recommend tot he.pub lie my,: , .;.v      '{  ^ ;  g round' coffee;,/"  Wh ich is a muchsuperibr jskrticl ethan any wMc)vc%ri'  bo had from below.    I Roast and Grind It my������|<������h  aha* choosethe fiesVb .mWsiodnse'.dently the phblw  may be sure oUts being free from adulteration,.  .    '   '    ; J, O. GOODSON.  ,' v ���������* :.Af-i   . '' "' ' ''���������:.'   ^.,---i,'J   U'K]   ?  ���������  CHE A''P';"';G 0'#lS S"!���������������������������':������������������  ���������'"  ;"-.: -yi-\r;-<ffooiJfi$j&$Gi*   fFpfvi     "li;.  Boots, SlibM dlx)tliiiig and  .: i G-ridcerias,  OF  THE BEST   QUjALITY,  For sale at tbe Store of the und oral gnecS in Barkerville, opposite the Bank of British Columbia..  '���������'���������A-- ��������� -<a- ���������   ..������������������������������������    ,     w< RBNNiE.  hV^t  THK GREAT FAMILY: MEDIGINB OF THE  :���������������������������"������������������;������������������ --- -. ;-��������� ,.AQE;f-    ".>"h*r:  /���������-"r-t ���������  "'  '.���������  , THIRTY- YEARS; ;���������/;ffir& \l--', \,a:*'  Have elapsed since" tho fhtroduotion ' of the-.  ^ai'n Killer to tbe public, anrl yet at th������ pfea-  ent timia'it Ismore popalar .ah'd conomanda a  tarper-iala tbaii ever before. Ita/popularity  Is ,not oonfined to tbls'country alone ;r all over  the world Its, beneficial effects in curing the  *' il 1b th at fiesh;.������ h eir to," are acfcn o wled geii  an d ap preci ated _Vand as a( pain 4 kiij^r rits  fame t\a\ limited to no country, sect^rVrace*���������  It needs onjy tpbe.knpwn to, he.: prized;. XTT.  i>s:?irBiR*Y]i'^^RS;* i*?vcertainly a ibn^npu^h;  tim 0.;toVpr oy e; .the^efij cacy>uoj5: ,any,Diedicirjf.v  and that thV pain kittBR \e: cleservi ng;p( al 1  its proprietorsV claims .for His amply proved  by.'tftfie^ unparalleled popularity. it has. at:  ialn^d: It isa ^k^" and e^bCtivb: remedy,  LSpj tfXr by., -'.alt,: ^Efuj?p8ts^Hii^^^to rekeeperii^-;  0] recti oris accompany eachi bottled V [��������� ''i0p  .-.,-l������;  $*&,W:^^  ''I  >[' ;f;cpM'M^S10N MPKGHAKT,;.'^'; ^.. ������������������  WHARF STREET,"*' +   J -'    i   :'-      VICTORIA,  ���������>   >���������"'���������*���������������;: ���������'-., ft  (i-*i   'I'iil^HJ,^   -V,;;..���������-^ ���������:'<", :'..    --������'n-->  ���������'���������*"'   "Agent' fcfe^'British;'Columbia.. : ^  - A>eupply-efJ ^i?^4^Unch'Cartridges, ;C^af  nd Fuse aiwaysrKept on hanoij,5^,, ., .������.niyT3io  ���������  "/'���������v.v^ . ?'-���������*.,! ~ ..  ���������.������������������"���������    ���������.���������������������������.    ���������-.-'  ;=^-"-'   ���������-������������������*.".���������:   '   "���������?.'��������� ������������������".:: ���������'.'������������������'!���������"..'',;'. "'������������������'' '"':">- .^   ���������-���������.  :    ::���������. : VICTORIA B.O.,!  AStTFAGTrjRB STBAM^EI^W  _M.v}eitheriHigh orJLowpressure,: ,a      , V7     -^   -  ...... .*.'������������������  ��������� !������������������ ..-���������.������������������,;���������������������������   ������������������������������������:   . ��������� ������r    ������������������-��������� ��������� <  GriBt; Quartz'and-Saw. Mills, and -in. fact stiytliil^  connected/ withi,the .'Machine ibustness. ,-5 Iron ppn I  BrassiCasttngs,bf aU descriptions, vpn. hand au0 ti*  sale; a large assortment'bfv.Sbeet;:Barand tttherlran.  Bbiier''$������ltsi. Jack'&ibwa.'&A^!C5c!Ei":Grebe;V^rR,-  Cemetery Railings -of'die*rent Pattern*ICar WW*)*  , with Iron and .Steel. Axles* SteamtPip^^tlngs,;fC.  All orders promptly .attended ,0i'V"|^mB Cud, at  our Works in Victoria.J'    ' "y";' ^fMf     f    \ ���������  my!3 6m a        ; SPRATT & IRyl>'<**j'��������� Propria"**.  se.tf  as Usual  Por Salp,  STEVEBYTMG^  -  16*v^kment .s^spBT. victobia;,y:i  TT AS OK HAND. AND IvS CONSTANTLY receWnff, a  Jtl large- apjsorttnent of;" CLOTfiS, CASSIMKRKS  and TESTING?* which he is prepared;to make to  ordermthemq|tapprpved:8tylea. ..f[f^f-   fX  il_r Parti^^n-'Willian,;'reete .tean>;*3aav������ their  measures taK_m |y Mr: McCallum, Bai^rvJuo,  ___sT AU orders from 'Cariboo promptly attended to.  . '���������'��������� "**?- '���������       :my61m      fff fff'  Store Street (between. Herald andFIsgard)N  . VICTORIA, B.C.  ANDREW ASTRICO, ���������   ���������   -   -  ���������   -'PROPRIETOR.  The most commodious, and cloan Hotel tn Victoria.  It is conducted on the.European principle. The table  is supplied with the very best the market affords.,  Meals at all hours of the'day. private .Dining  Rooms ior Families.       -' * ��������� - ; j  Board and Lodging per week, $5 50 and $6 50.  Per day,  $1.   Single meal*; 8?K cents.   B?ds, 60c.  jt{������- Fire proof ftafe in' the H(*u3e. my6 8m  ������-AT__.  THOS.   FLETCHER'S  Second-hand   Store,  BARKERVILLE. jell  A. Ci-SAMAYdlT;'.& :G0.,  Wbolosale DealerB in  '  .Groceries, PrpvieionQ,  Liq^idrs, Ha^|ia;,; Cigars,  YATES   STREET, ���������-   -   VICTORIA,  B.C.  my6 3ia  ^s  smassKSSTi


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