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Al yf::A f 'ff "���������''��������������������������� '-tiff ff. :/-.-.''-: ft. t ���������'���������".  ��������� ^^#^^|]T|j^n,/b'' ^1111^ ]f 1 ���������  " Subscription^ -  -   50 Cents, per Week;  ^^v/u^'KA^ ;A  Forone s-_aure|oneJnchj;flrst Insertibis^ -"^$������  ":*" " ��������� ���������" "* * " V/4 ' .   ../  '   oucaiont_,~  4 4 .** .���������������'  Fortwesquar^-tfr^Hn^kTela.     -".  -. .   '$'  if:i f;fM  - two sq uarcs, ;tfr^ti psekTop.  ^g^ts for the4* Oaribo^o Sentinel:*?;  Tan WlnWcv''4/<?r  quesn cltuottth,    x-  t Soda .������reek^(4 ?s ,4  'Clinton, r - ���������-���������'4;  Yaiei/v/������44-/4:<  New, Wcstml ustcr,  . Victnriav>ix,-;...;-,:>...  -T.. ,P. Flsncr," 4 f-f  *Be;in &Co., ��������� ,*.'.*.  *G Street; . , -������ ���������   -  >".-i.'-  vk;// ���������*: ��������� ..-��������� :A' D- McTrraes;  ���������:";���������; V *4 Barnard's B>;prcss  r}*>������a��������� - Barnard'sKKtnress  ..-      Brtroard?s; Express  :_; -' d<������ 4 -:'' do; \f  %���������$.&?:: --,1r������ John''Murray/ V  , .. _V- Mr Webster. '���������  Y^ir/r -' . ������Sati Francisco  \J *i* ��������� Snn Francisco,  30 Cornhi7i,.'7ioudrin.'E.O  'T ������^4$-^ 4  JOB PRINTING dFFlCE.  ;���������;/���������������������������;: .���������;./--. ;'/75k4;/;^;|;-;^;v|.|;^^;:i;0I.^'1:/;';-; ������������������'/;.4:;���������/������������������;���������.: ���������/.:. 45-ix  Car������t������..JOj[rcjyrtrfi. I'osiers and Programmes for  Balls and Theatncal Efitttrt^itiiinetits'    \  ^E^Eieeuted \yjtfi neatness an ddispa*^ch^^;:  Terms moderate. ~ ,    .  Department-S5 00 to enab le the "de p a rt me i$ to  buy some &rbo|ise������f;^e//$^  pany has ordered' a hew eteaoi ftreZ bell "from  London to eost^flO. >;��������� ft UI a '���������'. :��������� k< ���������/ .;���������'..  ;///.;^..//;..v:;./v-f;'r;.'/4.'V5;';ir&.x;i- .,:;-k*i 'fjft-fi'i-'Ai''--:-'"���������'.���������" ���������'��������� ''v-:"s  :��������� j     .4-V    EUROPE. '-Ay* -  i ;<-Xf  ��������� ;       "tj/   '1   r'"-1   ��������� fr'J*.,..,, .,. ..'..''' ��������� ���������     <���������*   :'���������������������������''A'f- / >'   ���������". "S :���������  fioadon, June 3���������The steamship Pmimncmd  Castlev of,ihia city, went^asBbre^cin the-east  ������oasfr/of; OWba7 and / be^me, a^ tdts^l wreelc  Tnlrty.perSons'were"?<lrqwne4^ 5: tJ '��������� - -������������������, ,(i --.v,: ���������  p-Adispatch fromfSimngbtj g[vesisomeipasr-  tictiSars ot;tb^ caplur^ by|(;he..Ghiuese forces  ef Talleetod^ini t\i&? pr6vi������cWottf Yiinnati,  soil jh-;western;. Oh in a. t f The .^ ictpji^ue fo rces  foil I ;��������� u pori;0������e; inhaftit^iits aadf *'Ma^^Mliifty,  thotisarid of tfeem.;4T!^j; Swltiin poisdiwsd^h ira-  eelf fatherteda^all 'into the hands of his ene-  ���������mlea. ���������   , a 1:-:..:;.''��������� r ;��������� 1 ���������>,  ',��������� 7(���������������:'>   .-     -;;.. /  3*v Bay^ne^JTMne 3^-Tbe /Garliste ^hp held  "posscjssfoii" of /tti^^NorthernjraiI way in^Spain  have signed a^^coaven lioir;by, which the reJ  sutriplion'of^rHilwajr/trnffic1 will be a^aiii^re-  so tn edf >1 he Spaa ish ���������$**������ th ori ((es/ agcreein^ to  tlie neii Iral isln^/of p'tbe I me' f rdaT'M i rand a 'de  Sto to the frontier. / For tli is eon cession the  company p^tfee;(^te^ ���������< >Jf. '  Berlin.^Ijiae .S���������AJsiatie/oholera has ap-,  f>en r*ed in 'two, vi I lag^a' in West Prussia, it  fearing:'"'been': commMtiicated from' Prhssiao  Poland; .Rd^rid quarantine' in^AstireB'in the  infected'-district, have feeen eslablished.  m OTBLS,;:RESTAUElAOTS;- &  MlSOELtiA^EdUS.', y,  M  <JTil  CLINTON. I  Cll h I oa f 3x1 ne"r 18���������7Bar n urd 's st ages, iwa th  II11*;.marls and>x-pr^8s&arriy&^  ���������Eiooii. .''l?Haraon*8 >np : *ffl%e arrhred nt 5- tw.������i.  willi a fwiiionfj of freight���������no passenp;ers.���������<  Harnnrd'a 'down, express ;arrk-e.d  at ,2 $ya.  with ���������fin*'pksflengers.'iind left at 4 wHh niiie.  4N������th������iR/A^isner^r|itenc  tthe peiriHMi t |ary, mad e^ hia fescAipe, y ester clay]  aii^fnoytt^atid/up$0/tliis boor/ has/*nolifeeerij  ���������rectiptur^d^/- - ^^.^^/���������^���������'''^���������/V'^^.r.^-rr; r^-1 ������������������"���������'  ��������� " ;Mc K������y,V; h/>rsea^ Carihoo Oiar^^arf^ ^r*-;  at(end the-ecuuinjc Tacea at that place,  AVeatberiwa'rjh.^JCpleaifi^t^ f'/������  ���������  H    ' i  IHp'  [l$^4  ���������  'I  fo  By,BarnardV tip? JJxpi^esel:^Meaara^ Duck;*  viatiien^ titr Soda;Creejtf Jjl 1?/0^ ^aillaficour,,  ���������Jor Bat1reTvitlef������     ^'        *"'        V'""'���������*  .. Passenger list;per steamer* Prince Alfred^  aajled fpiri San Franciaco oh' ^tb':-^- Lyman  "Wells/ wfe arid # children;; Mrs!. J. VJU'tfeis  ������tid '������������������_���������' clnlilren ^f Samiiet Mooto and^ wife'::  fdhn .3lo6re^a0d4w*fe ; ^ Mrs S. Smith and 4  s; h i I dreii f4 ^Irs Oam^h e 11 and Jn fab t^ i^hfi'n  8~ '   "  ft  EiSI  MB  WlSm  Hi  aJUilllff  falTr'S.if^an^^2-^ijdren ;^H.; Cabell/and  w i fe ; %vf }M,^Sfiftth v Har-y /'SicLa������e; 3 am es  Rich  :.W  Qap^j  IJeti������et  aon  Jofon  aeM, Miss B<Sutherland,^AK^Rp^jBtiijNei-;  soliVdlittriea Richard  ���������40 in'Steerage.- r''f* '���������^fii:-:f--ii:iffr^'ftf *���������"' "a  -SILVER PKCOVERY>T/HOPE: ^  Ta|ei/;J^ne! 11^-THere/ i^;cb^i%r^ie/ex:  citemrnit here over tlie Siscovery ot a eiiver  lead en a mouotain- about 10 milea from  Hone. \ Tresb'. cpmpanies/ hkjt&T ^ee'of*jfofmed  he re vkk on e? lh' Hop e te Uke ii pf ��������� d aims^dn  the lead.   It ia supposed to he a continuation  of tlie Eureka lead; which runs in lh at direction.   It is distant from the Eureka about 12  m i I es.  So m Capecim ens 0 f 6 re. tiro mi fassa y ed  in San Francisco are reported to be very rich,  ���������averaging'$923 per ton, and from the acceasi-  ���������bility of^l(e;le'aflJMs e^pe.qted^jaai worft can  '���������be carried onfiim great facility.   Theyei.ais  ���������situated a shorVdistance norllh of the ^ope-  ICootenay trail, and can 'be 'trafceC Trom" a  H$reek half a'mile|froM'tfee/base^^;tfee Si^in-  4aiatoah^.to������o^it^J.'*':'-^/^^/ ���������'* .*������������������',  I London^tohJBi.S���������^A sfrike i>yUHe.iempU)ye8  of the,Great 13/stern railiwid company took;  pi ace 'Tji^j^i^jptj^jSe1- f0Q[' men q nit work.  A~'5tVike-:.by\theH;ca^ateiaa of this city is  t hre ateo ed.--/''''' ��������� XfT ^fXf; fff ;���������;  London; June 4���������A second dispatch"'rroim  Shunpluu says no^ives were'lost %the; Wreck  orthe'Drummend Qastle.? r4o  .--. .vPenanj^ Straits of Mulaca, June^-AiDutcir  ma^f^.wdar.cjii|sin^olf the cpastef, Suinatt^ ,  (Ired ytnto" "three''Br I (ish'- hsercbati 1 vessels;, as  they 5mpre;leaviiiflrithe harbor, of * Aisen.   *The  cap taina have sent a, ra esse ng^r to ^tliis  place  asking:  for?assistance;- and the Coolies here  are already ehimtin^^n/t^  D������tch persist in war they .will  meet with a  stronffer%e^isn1rice '.titan'���������'ever. *'* The" siigar  plaotalipps jh^^o0h^Sii������a^^re ^gping  to  ri ii 11 \o nta^cbunt .ofkd tat Ung-A ab^rers-i u to the  Cbinesc-iwmy., 4 4    -, ���������  v/rRqme^ ^une^feThe headsypt religloas,^ prr  dera' /have; t-'.sij^iedr^'.dociimeo.ts - protesting  against the bi11'fo*'<-.tlie snpimjssibn of^reHgiqii^  corporations, and appealing to' the Pope, the  law of nattons, aiitd toyGod^-^ ,* * < ��������� fp'  ��������� fjohd'oh^Jtitie 4~Tlie. Times -urges Hhe;/jln:-  mijrration^"of -X^hikese to /E������ist 'pA frica;" ras f]������  means of f Ringing;/aWiit the abolition of the  slave-trade there::^ ff"- ���������fi^ftft - .. /;      .  .  Paris' J^ne 4^- D^patches:-lr.om ^he/Spanish'  frbotier rejWrcji, a^attle^n^pr^������rresi; to-day be^  tween the Carlists under Dorgntry and a*force  of 1500 RepubHeart troopLv/Result unknown;  Bayomie,i lune 4^TlieIGarlists appeared  attack^on  hadtaken  YdMMix^^  ' [SUCCESSORS ��������� ^^tCg^K) jg  Bng Co inform thdr^frigndfi and the'.pub Ik that .t-list*  have tii&en;the -������welf kcown premises iii': Barkerville  eo��������� Umgh'tivohibly pulrdaisldi whiio iu tfyo joccupuUuii  of lit N/'Cuiiio.      ;4 ::f:  ff 'ff. 1 '������������������ p. ff:   Yf.?  BARKERVILLE,  " 'w������  ���������*Mmi  pELtEitm;  \/l;  >%4  &6Q,  wi.U be n;naufactared^ntd;eold^yJWh<AG&^o and; Er  tail ia its-purity^ im^ffflff^;// ,'- /'���������/,///:'-/"v/'/^:  __te&elt:3S^^  conetiiDtly kept oa hand.      ;> , , *j  .I^e Iiodgiug* Departmsia^  j-=t f ' ���������-. 't'Tri''   -vA    ���������'���������&'' ,!A'"'ir'-'''fJ''1A-    i'.'i>-;: i"   ; IJ-tt,"'-'   t/T:-i/r-"/-: ' i''���������/,'������'<'���������-���������/'':;  .   j     -   /   ��������� f   , '.       t y t*  ' f-'f fff ;���������//;;.//,./'/.-;/./;; /;//i:'-\-/:;/;/���������;/ ���������? 4'/.*; A. Aiyff:<ffytti  will, .be al ways carefully, attended to, .and tho,besi'  'B^is :4���������d': r'aco'oaimodatioa. provided'^for^ tSeir : c������sj  ���������-afy.������������������������������������:���������������������������,r,<AAAf^ ���������:,....;- AyA:fi,iimfi  iouiera'  . * t  Wltf^^WWlAM������;  I kt' t v* >  &T:SSl:tf  >v'a.iv 'Mi  7H<>ASTOD^I>M3^fAt?THB^S^RB.4  ri:'' }''4:4,-^.-4^^TT^^ - :f a. /i ^.44' ^   ���������  I   ;.; vi ; I^B P,0 T4; P'.O.fl%   1   0   :  rapf^EER MILLS .EXIR A FLOUfi  Wkliand-i^^- v ,[ ^ .,- ;-rjj.'j. , j ^;^   ,/y iib23i  W-O-V!  i&n^iiikfe^SMiF^  fPV^fc;  f  i.'^J?  LIGHT  ,.; <i   ������ii        *    rJ   ?"-   :  ^:?C;:FfeB@Eg^  :>���������'&  :^:-i:.;^  Mas^ just. 'beeii:re-;  MishedJwitKa'iiew^  I ano\ complete/ksso^'  Ji;;&;.  ;^l 1*?^  ���������__SS_S5BIMT;  and oiSeM toi;.l^tuie;^s  ���������'. t/>:  1   is ulwnys supplied Vitlv'tUe" best: of everytbipg  that caa bo Drocured in Cariboo. .4...-..fY&,~Y^ f,>-..������s;  11 j-?**'-/. ���������".������������������T* .'".    j 'j ;' ;i,;v   's ���������., .'.���������    ���������;    -....r7,..     il-i-'Uf    '��������� ...5."I?'���������}"'*  /.������������������r..,..'i"V7:'J !;'���������>-. /���������./..:���������//.-.-K. ' v,;-. t i   '������������������ i ii.V-., ���������]:'!.-s'v /.'*:��������� >.:'/:/"'!:'/:> ';^?'',//':i.''''' ;*'--:'  '../'*'-���������*," ���������'    '"��������� '.. .. " . t> ; -;,.,   -"? ..7. ./���������. \.... .u-v-....r i-i'jv  ���������*tt*.'  Sia#i 'Mbaflrs?  '.'VICTORIA. / .  l^i<5toria,: Nne" ;'.ii-4Jni'6hg the> passengers  down from Com ox were J. Birmingham and  Mr Bell, who gji|fl See^ i^pe^iffg^he|Uiilon  Ooal CompanyV mine, probably \vithi a view  lo purchaser .41 fj'.'' faff -T K-/f -fj. 'A 4 fl ���������  The TfigerEngine c0ftv.;havitig a large cash  surplus ou haud, have agreed to loaa the Fire  afterhooii  Emrj,V^.-5Eii/  geiiie fo ihe people-of France;in f^\fori^of? her  ion. ^ ���������i'- ;���������;f-;';;-. ��������� 'fyffpyXfy ��������� t .* ��������� /.-.  ^���������V'Romei^iiuff/^  r^iace^Laiar,;president of = the ?Count il/ a.nd  th e��������� M i h i s ter of tb e In'ter io r were wi th him! at  the 'time.';:''. .'*���������;'���������:'���������������������������'.'-' ff fff^:��������� ��������� ffpf.^'    - .N"  ..���������;/.K>lWlTEDJSTATSS;,|l4'f;  Washingtdn',-���������Jiine; *5 ���������������fee. arrival of the  steamer Fro He with the sit rvivors of Captain  J_all*a exnedition'-is daily expected:at_ Wash-  'i'riglib"h"iNavy Yard. The Secretary /of the  Navy ha^gi.v������a 0refers ttiati jM|'e pfncersJ.Wd;  men of the Polaris on l5oard the Frolic shall  first have aajnteryiew wllh^fhe Secretary.���������  He proposes:to ascertain if pessible the truth  from Oapti^ys'pn and men, and wiiF'sabject  each man to a separale.examSnation, so that  ,ne one.shall know what his ���������comrade stated.  Tbereis iwsJ>icio>rlaftliat CapK 'Hali^ Was;"the  victim of fowl play,and that there was mat!ny  da^oard the. jolarls,^/;     rf ���������./^.,.,... ^fyfff  New'Yorlt,4fude: 5^-The Jsteamer 'Frblib,  iwith the memb.ers. of v the^iPolar expedi don on  board; was intercepted off Sandy; Hook by a  .:���������. _-a. Yx*v������nl  rt������S������H*aA5 "tr* -'i������rn<S&Ai3 lAi^Ml \to  IBEaBMEFfi^  _Cl;7  .*". *.>'  TprmeT''''  '*���������'���������:  i?,:,4' '^ f**-"��������� ^f jX w; eindharix  Vaii;Winkle/ June;������8im,;'t^ ;../,;. piy  jriinfeoat'aiid ^eted^to  \Vashihgton.   '"''' "4  Oouri of Appeals hasgivefi^dfecfsion'adret^e  to the applicatioD of Stokm for a new trial*  i j, ,$,  V"ab;r ItolkenbtLrgh' &';Oo.  BAaKErt������ILUEr:|^I^;Hfl  \).  \j. \J \  .--AND-r  EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THli-YHAif E REM0V2D  to*"the"^icio^  Qeor-gb^sdobu,'Where they wtll bedtall times  St.  prepared to furnish.  .i e  B0A,RP...  3'fAMl^-  a;N!?������  u-s "��������� tax  OF   TH������:  BESTy  "Thej ?B'AB',-������ farnishe d w*thj;  TJQUOfeandClGARSi   ...  MBAJLS  : ��������� -\fj vn &  ti  the -flo'ttst "TWINES  ���������^JifXiyf*'$$*���������'*  ������������������*  per  A SUPPLY OF THE  ff  Mm  ���������;-- .-v/,'' -'=wiv  fe'i^&'^  SSSiifflasSSS^^  4;?rf������l|llSii| p^glfgSENTtTO
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I)B'ATa^iv^MR.;J. W. LTNhnARO.--Op Mon
y last Mrll HVUndbard died/at his residence at.Van Winkle,   He had been in poor
^health for tfee past two years.,and .last fall
"���VetiVto California on the recommendation bt
bis medical adviser, but rstnmed this sprinp
without haying received any benefit from his
'sojourn there.   r^otwlthBtanding.his long ill,
"^ness, Mr Lindbard's. death was ^iiite^ unex
'. pecfed, and it was/hoped by hi^ friends that
be would recover/ froiii.tliftpauiful' disease
--Bright's disease of the kidflfys.^rw��th which
*,; lie ^
symptoms set inland he breathed hts last on
Monday afternoon/4.Mr/tuidbafa'came to
. : this Provincein 1$^ and dining his long
residence.Tn.thejeowntry!acquired the esteem
ahd good-will bjf4al.1;; with whom be came in
',   contact.: To bisahdor$tab|��''; pluck, bound-
./.th^ people of Lightning ?Crei��k indebted in no
snialI degree for.tlfe success which h��s lately
; attended their efforts in opening,np the mine>��
of that district;1 and ,it* will be a source of re-
��� greUh/Rt,Prbvidi��rice,liR8,8ee.n fit; to calljMtn
f ftowlbis labors befow he hadHhe satwfaciion
v'dfiBeeing:lii8 hopes'fully realized,- and reaped
���." !ih�� full;: shared of Ihe jejjjard-of his enterprise
��� BrtH/ehergy./ .MrvLindhsrdTs" 'death': wil I be
; felt as a pubjic. losstthroughbut .this section of
���    the Provlnce. % His latge-beflftedness;X ftP#
XXI i heral ity hay g^been ^xpei;ience4:Pby u; many;;
find -bfe memory'wilI siir we and con t jmie to
; ;��� live/ while theJfrnita; of;,liis untirjug.. energy
^' and enterfirise wi 11. benefit .the; i n har^i tan ts; of
CariHoo.j M r Lind hard was, a n a ti ve of fchkclty
^of^Sfege,; "Renmark^v;iged v 38 r. years;;./ and
;���'; leaves a disconppl ate widow to mourn his early
death; and ;'w& are, sure^slie/wil I ^receive ihe;
heift^lft^ymp^tbybf;^etpeopl^of? ^iboo:
I la^is^^hbur oflieraWtd funeral
too k: -place on ; Wed nesday.: a nd a 1 arge co ii;
course q^P*^ the
���:: ^_j_w}buriai^o.undSt:S&n|ey^|/Jrf;^v^'' f'l
NEW ^ADVERTISEMENTS.
LOTHAIR CLAIM.
..... ....,��� ........ ���   .    >>-:. .
FOR SALE* One and a half Interests in
' the Lotbalr Compan^AntUT.Creek/.-'
444   -4 .-'Apply to^-  -.:   <$.~yf>   Iff   :
���:-?. --*>  . ���      -���.-4'"* -.   GEO; ISAAC,. 4 >,.;
���'. j ult: . Tfe ' / p..';'-1\    '...   "'    4; On ;tue claim.   ���'
/   /.Wild Land Tax.
���\jdTiCE IB^^ HERCTY elven th:at. a LIST
ill of all person!?' within the pi'trfct ol' Canbo;> who
are.; Kabie; to. .payr the ::abbve. Tax/for the yearlS7J,
may-be inspected on "application to A Barww, Quca
helnabbtbj or to-:: -,,.>.
ff . :yf-AY ���. ���. --, ...'.���:>;.:.;:.. . G.;BVRNRS,
'������.  Colle'ctor aiid 'Assessor of Wild Iiaott Tax,
/ Jmie 12;1873.- :;;;/ .'.;������-���./   -Barkerville.   ^
WE AGENCYOF THIS BANK HAS been
IlTre-o(yened 1n Birkerville, for tbe transaction ol
airktnds of Bab king'business,-      ��� '
Qrold/Dust aod Sars purchased on -.best
t0rms.4rcrc> Tyff\k fff fX Ti X 4 :/��� f' ���  ... ���
Exchange twW oh Victoria, San Frnnci��co, Now
York, Cyntufa, and London on rcasonnbi.'j terms.   -.
��� Deposits, received:for transmission lo tbe Vic-
toria^Brancbl tIntoiest. ullowed at,5 per. cent, per
aniiumi SO���da!ys'notice.��� :":'  " ,('--' -f'ff.
���I-'-    ':���;��������� . /;"0.'M. MORRIS,
���        ' 4 ���-      '        " Agvnt.. -
B:irkcr,yill��, June 9,1873.   . ; ���      ;     jutf
THE LATE MR/UNDHARD^-A TRIBUTE
i4QF RESPECT FUOM .X.IGHTNING.  4
'"''tv���-' '!"&>������;?<&&*���. _1_____4: '���' '':<//���-'��� "���������4   '.' ���:';':
.Epigpoit Sent!KR.li^-It is.^my painful fluty
tdraunounee tne/deiifh^ ofi^iir .vmost;���;esteemed
cnlzeh; Mr:J. W. Lindbard, an old resident
and- merchant of ���iVrahWjnkle,rwbo departed
'thisiiremMofiid^
^Um^to'British'jElpliimbi.a in. 185S. and looated
0%t Doiiglasi^where he carried on ;businesk for
a short time.;< After d isposing of v his. b iisiness
^hSreYJeJ^comh^eocedfifittytigfio the uppe'r
: cbitntryratid seeing��� with a biisineeB eye what
lightning; mi_h t be Jn: the -future, in 1865 be
est abUshed^himself at. Van Winkle, then* an
old dilapidated caoip pf fol and '63, andjepm:
menced w!hat:wastfieriitboiSgKi the Herculean
task of prospecting Lightning Creek.- Success
paying been attained through\b?B>;efforts; .the
community.^fwith'feelings*of* sorrow, regret
his early loesvand rqffer their tsympathies to
tlie'-beretwed-nimilyv*"//^/-':-.': ffT"^--'
At an enrly hotir on Wednesday morninpr
inigbt]have:been seen, the miners from all'tbe
outlying Creeks assembling'at this place/and
by;2 o'clock .all of the creeks must have been
deserted.^ ?N61 on e cl ai hi on Ligh fni ng creek
worked. ""Every store and house was eloped
at an early hour; andiremained'so^ntil night/
Sorrow wab depicted on every countenance..
At 12,o'clock,the body wag exposed to view,
wheh; over five "hundred people viewed his
oft-familiar face for the last time; At the ap
pointed hour���half p.^st 3 o'clock���the funeral
procession started from Van Winkle for the
^Iitiat grou nd at. Stan I ey / First." the hea r.��e.
supported by twelve pallbearers, th^n tb<*
members of the decpased's family in carriages.
/followed by a totig line of citizens ou foot.
GapUEviins read the Irtmal -service, made
some appropriate remarks, and concluded by
offering up a most solemn and affecting
prayer.       . /   ,;
I cannot, rMr ?Editoiv. let tli'is opportunity
pass^ithbu't payinsrajhst tribute to the Worth
-of thie'departed. The death of Mr Lindhard
will l^ave a void which I am afraid will
hardly it ever be filled. It is to his exertions
more than ItoZariyZother man that Lightning
Cre��^k is today prospected. Not only did he
help us with his means, but he was always
first nnd foremost In every enterprise for the
banefit of this creek and the country in general. He .needs jbf>4rnonuroent to tell of his,
good deeds, for almost every miner in this
vicinity is a living witness. It is a common
expression,, shared by all. that he was too
good and too kind to be just to himself; and
on departing they will say,����Poor Lindhard!
peaceUo his ashes l^
y ff MlKKB.
Lightning Creek, June 12/1873.
f f 4;; BARKERVILLE,.', /'
ith.fT:fT 1 X'fT:-;;;rr'pisilxiCisff::;��� .'���. 5);������*.���''.
G-roceneSj; Provisions and
Theses t-Java ��� oflee
'ROASTED DAILY :AT /THE STORE:
t) ee;ot ,f p kx ''"//.';.
i'ftt^tffff-^f ^.''444���'4^/:44  -:;'.'- .^ -
A fresh sap^Iy of; which has; just been re-
:' XaXiyI '���'���'���' ''������:"'' ��� ceive'd;'-/:':-'- ���/���"���:: =/���/
THE UNDERSIG^TEI) BEGS'-TO'. INFORM;
: the pubJic-tliafc ho /liaa'.opcncU'a'-;;; f f    f f
Bakery at Last; Chance,
LIGHTNING crber^
and is prepared to do liver Bread at any part of the
; ju7' JOHN MAH2ER.
mW AimRTISEMENTS?/
f_f f^v^.ff.?>;��� .:
Tuesday, July 1st
.... ......
'ff~ V  - >&���
,r 1st Prize;   2tlPflts.
1���Wheelbarrow Race,      ��� $7 l$3
������-/.; (<lo prumpliiig.)   ;.:.:'/      >. '-"���:;." -':.' ".''���
iUipoot Raciv 300 yards,       .   . }9     ... .   ��   v:
3_V��xilnn>: High Jnmp, with pole,      .        .....,,
ft   thTowtag.poltvb'ack, "'   ���     ' 10    .    *.  ���#   ;.:
4^FcjoiRuc<��, 150 >-ard.��, wlouer;   a    ' ���-- '-.4-
of SIM) yard wee, excluded,    10
S-Sack Riice,        ,;;���/.���;"
6���HurileRac?,
7���RufioinipHigh: Jump,/
�����Hop, .Skip and. Jump,   .. ���
Futrince tee to all of ihe above sp^rt^, $1...-j:
.   ThoSp'/rts will comnicDce al TEN. a.m.. sharp,
signal gnu will be'"'tired, .        ���
SALUTES will be fired at'Noon.   ���
7
10
10
10
//.3/
��� '���>
DOMINION CUP AND:$3p0.ADDED/
350'.yards,' beats,.S iii 5,. 25 yards dfetonc^, carrying
nut less tban 90 pound's���Kururico mbm-y $25, to be
added;   ��� ;. "     ' " > <-"- ��������� '' '���������'r -   ;.  ' ;������'
PEOPLES PURSE-$125.
350 yard5,. heats, 2 in;3; 25 y��.|a Uistinco.-carrying
not |_y; than-90 pauh ;..s���Entnuice money $10, adUcd
'(wiiiner bt* DominiouXap burrc'ilj.     . ;   /
';'��� yX-'T''   HACK RACK^$50, ���.;..;���://-':/
350.yards, heats- ,2 ;in< 3, =25 yards distance, catch
weight.*��� iCntrjiice $5, added '.{winners ol* previous
races barred).  "\"4 ���    . ���      .
SLOW,RACE~$15,/   / ;.-..
350 yards, single dash���Ehtraiice, $1, hot added.
4;VSVWASH rrACK-Sl(i..>";���:,:'���'.
350 yards, beats,- 2 in 3,.25 yards, distance, catch
wi'irhtfi' ���:���'���.���-������ '..���..."'     ���,    ..
- ��� ��� . .-..:/���'. :--; .   r:':, ���:"   -  ':-;     <
weights.
Good" Property for Sale.
THE  ELDORADO" SALOOX.  BILLIARD
TABLES.  BAR   FIXTURES,   PIANO.
;:4;BEbS;ANi> B��DpING/&c. /
rrHE UN'DERSIGKED. WISHTKG TO RETIRE FROM
I business, ollurs for sale that well-known Freehold. Prop.-jrtv. the Rldomdo S.��loon, together with all
thef Fixtures* Billiard ;Tabl?s, Wati��, Bar Fixtures,
Stove?, Beds and Bed din jr, &c.
!u7         W. W. DODD.
. iMining Claim ^>r Sale;
-NE  OR  MORE  INTERESTS~IN/ THE
Two  Sisters   Company, Jack  of  Clubs
Cr��ek...' ^ ,..  .  ... , .. .       , ���   .     . . .
ForpsffUculars,'apply to'/  '?...'
...  ^-���-..   wvw j)ODD.:Barkerville :     ;
Or to       JOHN PLNKERTOK,
my24lm ' ' On the Claim.
SELLING OUT!!
^������������^��^->.
. Baiikarp's down Express left on Sunday
Hioi ning laifc. .carrying the usual mails, ah
��3t>re89, 65 pounds of iressura, aad a full
4t��'*d of pa��_8Bg��rS.
Barkerville & Van Winkle,
-  OFFER FOR SALE, ' '
Their .entire and well-assorted stock of
W;      iQubiT'TOURNAMENT...: '*-y f .
Prize $20; IS -yards. Entries to.be made not later
tban 10 o^clock, July 1st, at KurVs. 4,4
POTATO RACE,
50 yards, 10 murpb��es. " 1st prize,' $10'; 2d prize, $5.
4 ���fXy.X'y. BOYS^RACB,--.' <...'-'
Handicap.:. 1st prize, $4; 2ti prize,-$3; Sd, $2. '1
; THR^:LEGGEI> RACE!,:   :
100 yards.; :-Ut prizo, ���$��; 2J,\ $3. fffTf
Entrauce'fee $1,.except to the Boys'race.
HORSE-RACINa.
. QUEKN'S PURSE���$250.      ;
350 yards, best 3 out ol 6. 25 'y.mls ��li.^lance���F._.
innce money $10. not added; c;vrryit��g not less than
80 pounds; ��!'three t-ntrif.'.s, second to save his stake;
winner of ���puroiuipn Cup barred.
CARIBOO PLTRSB-$125,
350 yards, beats, 2 in 3, 25 yar's stance; winners of
i)ominion.Cup an<l Queen's Purse barro.j; cirrylns
not less than 90poun.is; untranee mou'ey $10, added.
SCRUB RACE-$40,:
350 yards, heats, 2 ;u 3; 25 yards d;.-��tauce; entrance
$5. not addei!-; to be tbree entries or no racj; vvjr;-.
nefs of thu four principal rices to bo barred; catch,
weights. ....-���
"SIWASH RACE-$10,
350 yards, beats, ��� 2 in 3; 25 yards distance; catch
weights.
RACE FOR BEATEM HORSES-$75,
Single dash; borscs having run in lodian race barred;
entrance $5, added; calcb weislits.
Entra iiccs for Dotuihic-n Cup to be mad e before
l"n o'cl��.'ck p.m.  on June 3')tli, to the Secretary'sit
a-kurtz's.-: yf-f-'
Euiranc.'S for Queen's Purse to  bo made'before
T��n o'cluck p.m., July. 1st, to the Secretary..
Other entries to be made previous to each racK   ;
No J. ckeyin? allowed.   AU disputes to bo settled
by thc J'airul.fudgus.   -      . ���;     * ���-..��� > . :-.-
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!
Wm. Rkxntk, Chairman..
Ciiah. VVn.sos'. Secretary.
W, H. S"iO:';f.i:.Tivnsii''f>r.
MTSCELt^NBOUS}//;
\totice is hereby: g-ivett; that a
11 Lint of alirpprsons within tho 'Richft>M, i^^
nlnff Creek and Qu-siHmouth,Polling. Division!!, who
ar- Isable t<i pay Road Tax for the year 1873, cuU j,e
Infepi'cted at tbe following plttccs:
Court Hou^e. Richfield,
Post Office, VuoWiokle.       :,
f- H Post Office, Queaueltnoulh. - ���/  / /;
���//'���;.    JAMES UN'DSAV,
' my31 .  Collector under Road Ordinance.
4 THE ESTATE OF THE .��LA1
rt >���
..ETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION have
Ij been ^rauted to the undersigned, who will \uj
and  receive:AL1. DEBTS owing.<rom.aad tu.;t!w
Esute.' '��� ���    /' -  " -:-     ��� ft ^'t'",
���  MARVIN P; ELM0RR.
SAMUEL HAIX BOHANON.
r Quesnelle, May 9,1873^^ /,:.- '������fff my 17 tf
��� ������:.:'��� -���
TAMES WIOKHAM- holds ray Powar of
t) Attorney, and is fully iiitborised to colli-ct hr
mo All Hiose knowing themrclVfs io be in my dobi
by oitber Promissory -S'oto^or -Arco^nt.r will pleiiso
make: lmni��diat�� ,paymentf /and all' those having
claims agaiust. jne will pkuso.present them to my
Attorney..   -,./../���'    '..:_''
f William forrist.
Barken-illc, B.C.; May 12,1873: :   ;   ��� myl7 lm
{ COURT OF; GENERAL ASSIZE AND
}\ Gaol JVIivory, and of SlMb'IMus, will be hcl.i al
������ach i<f the undi-rmtjjniUmed^pl ��� ces .un loil<��,\vs,:exr^pi
lac same' uVhi/reafter ch*a n^��lUiy:Order i o Comicll :-
4SPRINO CIRCUIT.   ; ;
' New 'w*e8ttninflier,.Wedne8d.ay,:May 14. 4 '"
Yal.% Monday, Maylo. ,: ..."    ^
Lyiton, ThuMday. May 'H. ::fyr-'
t KitniloMp*. WxfiinVsday, May '28. *' ff. .
Chutim, Mimday.-Jum? 2.!���/ ?'..���'���'
.��., Qutviiclmoulh/Kri'iuy,' ,lune-llr"'--r* ���     "" ���"
Richtteid, Tuosday/Juue 17. ff'Xff.
Ylff.YVM-Gimtif.Y ,y .
Richfield, Tuosdny, September 16.
QuujunduHiuih, to be fixed Uervafter, If any b��fl-
uct��'.        .   - > /,.; ' -.
Clinton, Tnursday, October 2.
:.''.    Kmnhnm?, Tu��'S��lay, Octohi-r 7. 4
���;������, I.ytton, Monday, October 13. .*,;.;':���
Y a lo. Thursday, October 16.
��� No w West ml nster, Tuesday,
Assizes at l^auairno and, else where will, wben nvcsn-
sary, bo herc'alti'r ijxett. ..,   .../..     . ,
Dated 17th day of April, 1873':. f' "
Byconim*nd. . -
'.    '     JOHN ASH.
Provinci.il Secrotary.
October 21
(Carrying Her Mnjt'sly's Malle.)
Freight and Passengers carried throupb at th��
low��si possible rules.
F��>r ntes of FniL'lit and Passage, npply at tbe
Express OiTce, R^rkurvillp. and at J. W. LIND.
HAHD!^, VAN WINKLE.
JAS.: A. NEWLAKD. Agent.
mylO        ... Barkerville.
GROUSE
CR E E K.;
Delivered to Xllners on the, foilbiving outlying Creeks:
A.ntier, Oiinningliain, Stevens-, Beggs G-ulcli,-
��� ,4 -.     :"; At ��� f&ze.;"../... ���    './..-.. ��� .//��� v
���KS* The Goods sold at this Store will, as usual, *h��
Ofthe beatqiiality an't ut the lowest market prices.
Grou se Creek; M a v 10,1873. -: tn y 10 2ni
COMMISSION, -STORAGE,
arnara &
���."'��� ��� [fnfi&o.; &c;/-ifcc.
������pSP Parties intending to buy GooSsof any
desciiplion will find it to their advantage to
give m a call before purchasing elsewhere.
URO'M AND AFTER THIS DATE AND
X   until lurther notice, .   ._,..,.-..
Treasure to any amount
Will be carried between Barkerville and Victoria at
JAMES A -, NEWLAKD, Agent.
AND
General Agenc
aplStf
Parkerville.
G-roceries and Provisions,
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WlSm SATURDAY/JUNE H, 1S73.  mm  ���������K  i  I- ;,'*&%<  mmmm  ifWwt  t&smm:  ISlI  &2������_������gf  HSa__|'  mm  flip  IBl  Wm  sg35;  ���������:--':-    BIRTHS. ���������4'4'- ..,/.:���������-  At-BtnfcervUte, B.C., on 6th Juac, *he wife ������f Mr  B. V^sVolvbxboroh, of a son.  At T������n$ViBkle,- on. the Sth.June, the wife of Hr A.  ��������� J). McInnbs, of a daughter. ' '.���������/''       ''  ���������' At Jack of Clubs .Creek, on tho 8th June, the wife  of Mr Samuel G r'kbr, o f a da'ugh ter.  .        - 4 .*   ���������'���������:  ���������   ' '  '   "     ''���������'   '   ME������/   ��������� :"';;;   '   ' "4  . :>-  At Barkerville, on .-tho 8th Jiirio, SA������ott,fnfant son  of MrS Walker, aged 19-months.  Ar.JS. Van Winkle,, on the 9th of Juno,  1������7*,.JL  W.  Li.vdhakd,    E*q ,-  Merchant,    a  uative  ol   _'tege  l)%! nw^rk, aged 38 years.'  '���������.>���������������������������-��������� ���������'  ������������������ '  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL ������r_3 9^#^*^-^  "^"jttwi������������n4-young .brook-_wwfc,-������ie rest being  ^-perch, taefi. pickerel, shad, Ac   They are to  be placed inCalifornia/rivers.   Few of the  fish died on Ihejourney here,   ft i_ (*<*������������*  fn������r-^������of the-consignment,will reach Sari  Franctecoahvei1/���������*' "   . tff.  4K*"y?���������*Xjms f-JnsqninMillerWrite*  to tbe Boston Lyceum that h������ songs were so  well- reteived in England that he thihfcs of  publishing a history, of- his life = with the In  I q tans.    .-���������:;;    ,   ;.   ..-...-.- ��������� .���������   ./��������� -���������-.   *  *t>^ldrk: **"* *-~The Geneva awards of  51.>,599.000 is to be paid in September of this  year. ;-: ptfAAt^*   ���������    ���������      " ���������.-,.-.  ' New York, JTune 6���������A special to the Tribune says Victoria -Woodhujl dropped d+*d  at her door of heart disease at 7 o'clock tins  evtriihg.'../..,';;';. '444/'''"'V -, -ft  .   Keehen, June 64-JIon. John Prindiss, the  oldest printer and newspaper, publisher 10 j  New England, perhaps in Hte United States,.  tli���������������<!  this afterneon; '���������...aged &6 years.,. H<*. ea'-  tab is ved the New HanipshireBeatiueiin 1799.  and conducted it for 4? yearav ��������� ���������  fifs, ^xyxx ;!-',EIAVANA. ���������  J Havana. June 6���������Official advices from the  interior report a battle in Maoserillla in which  the Spanish lost 21 killed and wouuded. The  insurgents had 160 killed;: : ff'  ;"; ���������'-';   ;��������� ;'   f  ;0ANADA7^/v/  ;������������������-/������������������������������������  Halifax, ��������� June 3���������News has been received  tjere of tbe wreck of the Missionary ship Day  Spring in the New Hebrides.   The Vessel w������������*  built ten year' ago by the Presbyterians of]  these provinces for missionary service.  ^; The yschooper Jane;.was driven ashore by  ice on Cape prince, Prince Edward������ Island',  on  17 th May., ' O u t o f. 14 person a ,bn bd ard ]  f6uf'perisli_diroi9'cot(i..        /*;   'YffXy    .���������:,  ['; 'Ham f 1 ton; On t a rio; Jj i ne 3 ,~Th e' nigh t ex  p res"s train1 oft he Grea t Wester n Rai I way; fan  off the track at Capetown this morningif-  Twenty five persona were '.injured';;'r. 17>proceed e\\ ; oa the ir J 0 ur ney, a od 8 remained at  the hotel. ,���������'���������'/''''���������"���������/' [; 4"'-:;'' "fff. ff- 44 f.  f .-    ������.������������������'   >4 EUROPE/;   '    " '*    .    ' ;  ,\Berlin,: June, <������--A d Ispatch from.. Carls;  bad^n announces the death then* of. Priiic**  Ad #*lber t,: con b i n. of. \ t he Etn peror. Wi Ilia m. /  Lonrloh, Jiine* 6-4Poire, Napoteeii *������ pi ivale  Secretary, denies the au thenricity;of Eugene's  appeal bv card in the Pal! Mali Gazette. ). ������������������  The Euiperor William's illness isbecomincr  ^eci ou s.. H is; p hysici a us p ro nuu n ce again st ai  journey to Vieuriu.  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  f '���������. MASSACRE OF MODOC PRISONERS, i,  ���������' Camp,Tnle Like, June 6���������About daylight  yesterday morning John and James Fairchild  and a dozen, ojher citizens left Fairchild's  ranch oh the hanks of Cottonwood creek with  17 Modocs. capita red. including Bogus Charley. Shocknastv Jim, Teehee Jack. Honey,  JLi t tie Jo hn{ ��������� Nooah ;John. Fasr cli i Id; Bogus.  and Sbacknasty, and all the while men ex-  ������cept James FairobiId were mounted, and  armed, and rode'in' advance. Soon after they  started;ahead,"leaving the balance of the  party several Jill les behi nd.   James bad; the  '���������������������������'. Indians in a wagon drawn by four mules.  ��������� 'Crossing Lost river late in the evening,-James  ���������  was waylaid by 'a'party unknown.. Fairchild  n������ticed a con pie of men riding hurriedly to  Rocky Point. 20 yards ahead as if. to tnier-  : cnpt turn.   They, watched them, closely/ as  tliey suspected lour play.   They gained (he  ' point desired and placed  themselves, in; the  sage brush.   One of th������in ti������d a handkerchief  about his betid and a pantaloon leg. douhOs*  for the purpose of disguise..   When the tr*-i.i  arriv������������d opposite them oi\e stepped "to':tbe rear  and another to the front, and presented cocked  revoivwrs af Fairchild.    Tne one in  front  also had a butcher knife drawn.   He was the  spokesman.-.^-** Get  down,  you   old   white-  li*H<!ed: '���������" said he.   ���������* By what autior  i ty Vs linked   Fai re h i I d. / * * By mi ti e *; ' I' a in  * j;oinif to' kiIt the fndians'.��������� and;'you t'oo;^- ;wiis  tho reply. Re f.Wn* c: tight Imld of ih.eniules  and unlufebed them or. cut  the harness, and  :   Fairchild, clinging to the lines, leaped to the  ygt;i\������t 111 d;     1*1 ie p110r wretches implored  for  4inerey und begged  FatrchiId to save them.  4The warriors were u 11a������������������ in*'d and knew  that  ���������res is ft-1111 te wiiRii se less.    Th e wo f hen an d ch i I  ������iren shrieked nnd grnaned.and wept.   It was  pn tevrihie scene.  A shot was heard, and Little  4T������������hn hiy dead in the bed1 of the wagon, with  4 a:.bullet' Ui;his hraiii.,, The four mules rushed  ;  h wiiy; wi 1 h , F'drch i I d  enjangl ed i n thes- ii ore.  Kive*'mare'siiota in rspid^sMccession/and T������������*  bee J������ck. H \ mey. M 60c hf:;ami the rernain ing  warriors were dead, and Little John's squaw  had a whmd in her .shoulder. \ In  the  direct  tion of Boyle's camp was seen a cloud of dust  ��������� 1 n iriica ti ng the ������ p p roach o f a t rai n, a n d  the  ; murderers spur e I off; 7 A Sergeant of Battery  G,:4th Artillery, with ten men and a teamsier,  came up aud took charge of affairs        ..:.  4J/ UNITED STATED  Washington. June 5���������The President, Secretary of the Interior, and Gen. Sherman had a  consultation  today on  the Modoc question.  Thuvwas the fist forma! consultation on  the  subject br officers of'the Government.-and |  preliminary steps were taken to determine:  the point at issue, what shall be done with >  ihe"Modocs?*   ������������������",   ��������� ; ��������� ���������;.  t . |  New I' a v en. J line. (>��������� Professor Marsh and a1  party of \a!e Collegt* students started west  to-day to cbntinim^eolofficat explorations of  previous year, t Jha party will spend the  summef in the fttfeky;Mountains, the autumn  on the Pacific coast, and return to the east in  Decemhifi'.,. ...      . ..   .,   . ...... .<........  tVasK iagfion, / Ju he, ty-. T he e^te amer Ffbl i ci  with the survivors' of the ��������� Polaris oh board,  ar r i ved. at tW Na v y Yard y es fee rd ay a f te r ���������  noon.! As soon fiS the yesReI,.arrived the Commandant ;6f the < Navy. ��������� Yard telegraphed' to  Sec re iary Robeso n the f a'o t. A bout ha I f-p as t  ��������� the Secretary, in company with Commodore  Reynolds, drove to the Navy Yard. Secretary Robeson went on board the vessel immediately und sent for Capt. Tyson of the Polaris, inquiring first of him the condition of  the survivors, and was gratified to leurn they  were aU in good health and had nearly recovered from the fatigues and hardships of  their long; trip in the Arctic sea. He will  visit the Polaris to-morrow and institute a  Court of Inquiry, to be composed of Naval  officers and 00nducted in the. regular way���������  the witnesses sworn and their testimony token  down.  The Secretary of the Treasury calls for the  redemption of $16,000,000 coupon bonds and  530,000,090 registered bonds, to be paid Sept.  <*h. f ;'i TTXf.X. Ht'y";'-'  : ��������� :���������'"-.'  New York. June 0���������A car load of unusual  freight passed here this evening from Charles-;  to% for San Frandscd, being:, a qoaeignmeut  ���������'.y ]:ff .WILUA.MS-CKEKK.  ��������� There is ho thing of importance fo-report  th������s.wee&:   T,ii������ creekctmuiB are still atiable  to work oa, accoi<o t of high water.; - Tbe hy  dratiiic claims are ail piping away, and the  Cornish co. cleaned up 55 oe last, week*  V;i]' Y.\yff Itf- : ���������FR*}KCUCREKJC.-:/-4.'/  f  -������.The 'Hjme'vcpy is prospecting.   The Ara-  brose:cb.willre9urae operations next week.  .'. fff. XfX jiGKOFciJfjsa ckis^k:. Xf.fipy.f  v The; 'Two'; Sisters'-'..cle"^^^^^)''40/.^-Jast  w^kyfp\fi^y^vy,&biii Humboidt .tp.fs pros-  p^hgif-y:'XTXpxx'- v f- 'fppyypff y x  T' T fifXT'T: XX - ��������� wwbbe cbkkk. ; -.'  //���������'���������The Caiaveraa;; Co*. cleaned up SO: o������. last  week/4;��������� (:Tt-"..yxfypyy' x./x.:.vi-''-.x'f -XT fy  a. ypyTy'ffyy. / iKTi*Ba crkek./ ';.; / i. .*. p. /;;  A' com pa iiy o 1 ��������� Weisii.aie n. .work ing ah on i  si x nil I es. h elaw: the m ou lb; p f G rouse, hu ve i  st ruck' <I tjjigings? en*; a bencb. about 30 feet  above the' cr.eek,4: A fair pio^pecfc was ob,  uined. and the bench Is stated to be 'halt a  mile in length. The N������son co: will have their  machinery completed jn. about another week;  ff-Xfyf *.;jBDR^6vCHEKk.'-;  'XT.,.,   fff. p.-  McLeod A *co; are bringing in a ditch on  their ground, atid will commence sluicing'the  latter part of- this:weekT  Stevens, McLean &  A GOOD SUGGESTION.  fciwroit SBNTiK������fc:4-I-''4on,t thibk' tbat I  draw much'yiipM^myci������agiaatlefl:''.whea  I  state th at; jni ������*ft^ ,*. is :��������� \ labo raoas work, a nd  everyone that ^oes into csini-ag iai.estitled t������  t>t%f$f&������\\T}^^Ai^yM^f^-y^X be suc-  cee^fiil is an iwpossibility, as much so as th������i  all in the world^jit large;will get rich.; Bui I  am and<?r ttie impressioa that a good deal of :.  our troubles are q������r/owa making, and causnl  by the want of; eii_3c Writ eoergy to overcoraa  the difficulties whicb beset us.4' For instaace,  a miner.works hard=in:a;certain' claim oh/any  of;.^thepnncipalereek?4and if nt*-does not  V strike, its"he'coiBes^out in deb'k; and instead  of:* r a* tl i n g rf and, i-tryi ii g his .. c. u ances el se*  where/ he sitsdowtt and purees hte bad luck.  Now, I wouId say tov at \ /sitebr persosis, pack  up your blankets and (trysome of the small  outlying  creeks1   and   gulches,  where _by  g roil n d ��������� sluicing, r^c;/)ybu rare! sure to make  so me things   The' tr u th; o liny; assertion' is bes t  proved /by the fact-lbat-in many iqstahces  men are working and making good: wages oa  creeks prospected Jears ago and proiaouneed  wor th (ess and worked' out.   I refer ni^e piar*  1 i c u t ar ly < '��������� to  Burns* '���������.������������������ Ghisholm, and % Davis  Creeks,, where a large .nuuib������������r of; men are  work i ng. gen e rai I y -with 'satisfactory' r������s������ I ts%  There is plehty'of gold "jn^ Cariimo.   It you  co. are ground-slulciog.,; The Sangster and ff������iM ^ 0w'pl*w>y>ndtlw?5-:tae^;h^UM  Di^covery^eemp;iuiee^evaiso jrround-sluic- to/attend your ettofte l^you will only ^  ing.   Murdoch ico/are' washinjf in  bojees    a-a  and groifnd-sluicing; and expect '��������� big resul ?e  The H it or M iss co  are sa wing out Its tn ber  for inore( boxes, and, washed Op ;;3 0z^; toV.tbe  man last w^fc   The Happy Jack co; are.du-  ing well/m iking on an average over $10,pet  day to rhe^tnan.:'��������� TJie Dawshn io: are in With  (heirtu'nh'et ;/pVit 00 iwo shifts 1 ast!weekT;and  cleanrd up. ������5: oz., ,(he ground..improving' as  they j^o in;   The Unllnlo co, are still running  their 11 inhel ahead w11b good:prospects of sue-  ���������cess, the May flower co/; assisting., them. X, 'fl.,  '.  -..:.?/^^;/;^r..4/;ACniSHOLM.CRt5KK., /;.,* f V. "��������� If.  .'f  TfX wo companies a re w orki n g4 - The U nion  co:, three^ men. .working from a^tunnel, and  t aki ng*: ou t;. f rem 15 to 20; o������.; week ly. < The  Rockijaie co., 'groundsluicing, expect .toj be  on pay'in^twejweeks;/'///,////:'^^   PfX-.X  T ff 444 ��������� 4-; ORKOOM.OCIXJH^ 4/ fff'': ''"'-,/ >  Tjie vHollirlay boys are piping {washed up  once^makifig:gbod':wages4. '���������':-"'ff"\ Yff'fff )  .:'..-  '��������� ������������������':,$��������� -;���������'...'.'���������' ,  >,;. :���������  ���������    ���������-:.'.������������������������������������/    .. ' "'������������������������������������ * tx* fA '  '  '���������W^VDAVIS-CRKKK-' '  vere.  ' 'Tl1. wo n Id ta ke th isf: cip6tUm\t y ;ofr urging  u pon the Qo vera men t tne pec^fifii ty * Ofc keep*  ing the presehtitrails in:|tbis^d^trieft.;'';|Q '^opd  repair, aud also of< builnjn^fieiv/^c^%het^  e;Ver/ required/. ��������� By a 11; mems gi ve the? ra tner .;  every f������ci 1 iiy for prbsp^ctihg"���������.the cowntry^1 T. | j  was:g!ad,*to; Bee by tbe,-;Skxtikki--,'tbai a moym..  .was tu ado; 'some two weeks ago; to led ace; the  Government. (o:cut..a-^^n^w/trail ��������� from /Barker*  y ii l������ to,^ fi ar na/;������reek i;., -.but/1- few fro ni. ia������ ������������������  ���������sip v- method taken to bring the matter before  "tlie1 ''��������� attenUon'.;/o^/the |"authorities,:i that the -.Y  movers'.- are..; afflicted^ ^wiiji^a^ sii^ht/^pg^^f ���������:  H i p :��������� 'AT aii w inkl euuiti.. foi r^suMcient -:/tioie.:'.nia/;'  elapsed'.[;since1 ;.it��������� /;wa8;.vfirst;v'tal^^^qtv/to ';  ���������btiifd atraU (rom; SaVl^rvUl^lc/; rtw^ji^ser;  'i"^ni';cpnc)[M^e*?iny few; remarks^Sy;^urging  ''renewe^a^gy- aiid,; enler^ise^bn. Uie pari  of hotli merchants;an_ miners in;the prosecu*  tion::.of^h^ir:vaTibu8^a^r^^4--;:'4-'-;4-:.- /���������  >4J_ne:i2;;l873/ lYytfJ^TX&B^ 4  ' '*������������������������   -^-������-  S*i*-  '-Jf rs reported ��������� that a well /known member  J?"rr*  oyer a mile. /We hope"tfechahnel;so happily  LiGHTxiSG crkei. :��������� fff t r / /* " / ^Jec'ov^rerJ \ wil I :fee *ro������o^ to;^ coJB.tatp4;iB^oi<i la  TheWattyco; arestill forking'. j^^^^-fgf y^lf" Sf^^.?*:  ; Th ree corap a ri ies ar e groiiri d 41 h tcio g:: arid:  piplogf;/wjil/no^  Vienna, Jo rie 7���������The cholera ha s en tire iy] wu ter: g etst I oyrfp an^^expect- tOTinfaR&go'ibcl j olHXSvigiQ^I/^h annelgfi^oi;: tt1 ejeij in patii v*������  disappeared from the country adjacent to the | ��������� wiigesj -as1 the ground rooks/as; well as Y last (lower .lirie^Vt^O^^^  Danube.';' fAfffff ff '   -������������������������������������������������������-  London, June 7���������The report of the capture  of Irum :by thef Carlists is denied . The Madrid Gasette publishes an ofl5ctal dispatch  confirmlug/reports.of outrages and, atrocities  perpetrated on prisoners of war at Irura and  elsewhere.     , ...i    . ..     j-.        ...  London.' Jiine  6���������A  dispatch  from Mel*.  bourne reports t h a t a pan i c p re va i Is i n New  Zealand in consequence of the frequent and  terrible assassinations by the mountaineers.  The settlers are organising for defence, and  another Maori war is probable.  . Paris, June 7���������The Bank of  France hap  paid into the treasury one-fourth of the balance due Germany on account of the war.in-  dernnity ;  the remainder will be paid in instalments.   The report of successful negoti-  ations to accelerate the departure of the German troops is not verified;  good wages.; The ;Eldorado/co. are ruphing  th ei r tu n nel ahead to fa p. some'deeper ground;  which 'wiII take them, two week^Jo-ifen-r:  rfunter & 00. ba ve cleaned; ottf ��������� JthjelGr^at  Eastern cofa ttrnnel and havtf been ruhnmgiit  ahead for the past tour: mnntha;-'^:aj[irike,tf  bench, and expect to b������ in 86oh.v.;Tbe Yab  Winkle Co. are running their drain'ahead.  working from three places.! and expect to foe  in by the 1st of July. The Clarke cb. have  been drowned out. The Costello co. are  running a drain.   The We.^t of England ed.  /fHtsLbRDsurp. Chief Justice Begbie, Mr C;  .B^ Pooiey^v'Re^iiitr������r/jof - tlie Supret������e Court,  and! ilessrsy Barostonand Davie will arrive !(_  Birkeryille; this mbrnmg4 4 ;    / //  43P^sesobr8 b ooked for Barnard's do wn, express" ib-morrow :-^-Mi8sv Paiichita, for Yale,.  :Severai passengers, whose names we could  hot learn, have been booke*d at Quesnel.;    .  SMR J ��������� S. Thompsox; M.P., is a passenger by  the'steamship Prince Alfred, which sailed  from San Francisco for Victoria on the 5th  are not doing much ; talk of laying; over* to; June.  send for larger pumps.   The Gphtr co. are  still running ahead1 with their drain ;  expect  to hsve it completed next week, when they  wil! commence sinking their shaft.  The Point co. washed up 135 oz. last week.;  Pavnjo.v ^{ountain   KACKS.���������These races making about expenses this week.   The Vic-  are advertised to come off on the 4th and 5th  toria co. bave still 26 feet of water in  their  July, at Robert Carson's. Pavilion Mountain, j shaft.   The Vancouver co.-bavejfte waterall  The principal race will  be for the Pavilion  Mountain Purse of $150. Several other good  p*irs'������s will be competed for. and notwithstanding that all the taste.8t horses in the  country will attend the Barkerville races  some good horses are still, left to run at the  Payilion meeting, and a large attendance of  viaitorsJs expected..-^  ��������� Quks.netMOuth AssizKS.��������� The Court of As  size was opened at Qtieshei mouth ; \mh Wednesday by his Lordship Chief Justice Begbie.  Dan. Kennedy was convicted of/larceny, and  sentenced to six months imprisonment. An  Indian, charged with the/murder of two  klootchmeu at. Omineca last fall, was convicted of manslaughter, and sentenced to two  years1 imprisonment in the penitentiary.  Droppkd Veko.���������On Tuesday evening last  the dead body of a Chinaman was found  lying on the trail on Grouse creek, about 1000  feet above Rogers* store. The poor fellow  had a stove strapped on his back, and had  apparently dropped dead from exhaustion.  An inquest over the body was held by the  Coroner] on Thursday, and the jury returned  a verdict of death from natural causes.  Tas Agency of the Bank of British North  America was reopened on Monday last,  tinder the charge of the former gentlemanly  Manager/Mr G. M. Morris. The Bank is prepared to purchase gold dust and bars at the  best rates, and transit 'all feinds of -baUk'iag]  out; they started to work below to-day. The  (Gladstone co. are still running across the  channel. , ;  .    Postal.���������Mr Edward Pearson, in a letter to  the Victoria Standard, denies the authorship  0 f ' * Postm a u 's" , Cari boo co r res po n den ce  published'in that journal/; He^ also states that  to bis own personal;knowledge r*there .was.  a t that ti nie (A'prii 19) considerab le dissatis-  factitm In'CaribipoSespecting the great irregularity in the arrival and departure 0f the.  Cariboo mails/' ' Webeg to corteeVMr Pearson. There were no complain vs made ; on ly  a little grpwiing. Tho people were well  aware thafi the irregtilarittes were tmavoid-  abie, and merely growled a little. The chief  growler, however, was one of our " Tooley  street tailor8.J? who has undertaken in tbe interest of the public to watch the dark proceedings of ,the Dominion Pdsfcai authorities  and Messrs."karnard& Co. Theraall arrived  at one o'clock in the:morning and aroused  the poor fellow out of a nightmare, in which  he had imagined himself to be a real bona  fide mail contractor, receiving a subsidy of  $20,000 a year from Government/ when those  terrible fellows, Barnard & CoJ, stepped in  and robbed him of his contract---leaving the  pour tellow in h is primit ive state, a " Tooley  street iaiior," He\ said his friends should  writ;e to the Victoria papers^ and they bave  done so, and their uiii^d mulm produced a  :%:";-^^   :���������' .4   ��������� ^'T,f  Rapru.Covaxsia's pack train, with freight  for NVufelder & Co. and other parties arrived  last Saturday.'ff  The Telegraph line was down below Ques-  nelmonih yesterday. No news report was K%*  ceived in consequence* 4; =  Barnard's Express, with the malls and pag*  mongers, arrived at haif-paat 2 o'clock yeeter*  day afternoon. ; ,  KOTIOE.:':, ..,/*'��������� ":;  DURING MY ABSENCE FROM CARIBOO  r JOHtS BIBBV holds ray Pow?r of Attorney,  / WItUAM. DAVISON,^  Btrkcrvillc, May Sl^.1873. . jtt7 Itu  J>!  3  PROPRSETARY  ARTICLES^  ��������� COUGH LOZENGES, &c, &c. ���������  ^ "Teeth carefally Ex-  _^r Prescnptions and  curately prepared.  ' wrv^e, Nov. i  ff,.-izi-v    i        -ij;^*������iw/m!4.',. .  /������������������/f.-'?  if.'ri.-csfisf^^'^-^^^^  ^SIS 'tmytmAl 1 / A-ffftf.  i'i>'^i,i'.-fxis:'o������������>������i^j������.-vv-iv*������-������TV>i* ______������&������;%.  ill  m  y^y-f  :-\';iAi,'.:V.  fSfpf  AAA'^i  '.44v  tyf  4AA:^A-:  ff  ;i������seph:w. trpkjh,^ -  CANM>A4:  m  i^fpfffffMfxm^^  ��������� p '0&K$6km^ '  P VICTORIA.-.by tbe Grace of God/of1 tti&  / -. uUnited Kingdom of &reat Britain'an&'Ire*  Undf������>QwKV defender of fe HitKj fec^fcc  "<1\> oil ��������� tb^boni-^eae- presents: ihall/^ome,~%  '���������'������������������v^.  ^ujjs^icE^^-;  ;^l Vision,/and" rn  tb* Mecforal, District /of  i-V  Kiiotena#������f##/  fctfNOW 1CN0W YB that We do order* and  ptbciaim ^hlt ^^btJ^Gdufttjr Conrte Mteirsipii  hereof/ha've fuH"fope6ian^ein^ct^n'tbe''Elec::  tor al Districts f Cariboo;"except that, portion  ���������^thereof known as tto OrmnebalFolliris: Di  iVJeiony and *n tbe/ElectoraU'District-of-'Koete-  na^4/:; ' ;44^'vK-/4/-4v/ 44.4"/ ��������� - -' /; - ������������������''  v' Ijj��������� -JIjes^on Y4-Whriieof,-'^e?ibave.caused  '' * thesesbur/Letter3*to be.made Patent, and  ���������K?Atf# Great Seat of- tHel*ProTinct.._of British  I "Gblunrbia to. be hereunto affixed- Wrr-  [. , keshv tb^: Honor^l^4J09KPfi WriiLTAM  1 ^''TKl)TGH.JXieutenttri of the,said  Province^ BnitiBh/Colnrabia, in the City  nf-Victoih, in tho-aaul fProvince, this  Fourth day of .Jiarch/in^ ihe year of, Onr  lieutenant^Governor in Coiincit mayi#>y-Pro>  ' /clamationjcreate, any portion, .or, ".portions of  ^ ilie. Main (and ot British Columbia into a Road;  ' Tjktrlh.iov. DiBtncts, witfc yauch:boundaries*as  %i^pMW^^y-ff>f .A-A^AtyxyxTxyY  ';'/' An'd.,w,he]ceaa; ihe^Honorafrle _j>^g4]Y*Lr  *^%jAiiTnj^H:,"as each Lieirtenaht-Goveinior in  T^^\ih(0X0;kforei^\d.fund^r.ffnd-by; .virtae-ioF  L j. KX h epo _wra\ a ncL (at i tb or 11 ies. / coq I e r red ..upon,  '^bim m?G6nnf^ as aforesaid,and of all other.  ^powers.and-authorities;-him .in that,be-all  ���������^  **n*Dling, ,!h'ajto,^ordered,, tbat/.(he.Knad Dis-  V; trie tH,;iiereinaf ler, men tin ^:,4, '(^created.;: . -.  ; ;;/i/NOW/KNOW.;Xtif thatfedb'b^ebyieTe-  , I k Ihi- idfiAimffoml Vminvts or* tV /4$p-  ' landi of" BriIj^"j 4 u f mMm fet is''to say :i  11 ft l mm cariboo1 iiJiiS district,  /-wbichi shall, in chide all'that tract of 4nd \in  ., Y-*������\ iidmV \ n tbe Cad h oo - Dia fcrac ItfiMmMlfio r ill/ in'  '��������� ^tbe Sche<l������ielo,**TheConBtit������Urm'Aci.l������7JV?  f 2.-THB iafcliOOBl 'Mrilj  iJlSTRICT,  ������-whirb^buB'iiiAlnd?:������ti:ih^t Wet ol rTtfnd"in-  ���������"������liid^M*.^-iailS6^������iBtrict sa set^fffCin  MbeScbedul^ ti ,'lTheGenstituiioVAct;i871������  ��������� J,   3���������4tfH5E;|:A|fB riOM/BISTRIC^/wbicl);  'ssball Jnclnde^all that tract of.iiitirl.iaclu(led  ;/;4pft$fe/^  '4|Me|i|ip^^^  '4.   TflE^OTENA^ ROMSDiSTRICT/  ', twhjcbfBbaiynciiide all that tractiof, ,land-4o'.  ffnle^ iiilfr .^"ootfjsiw J^ii.ti/ict, as r.et <4fit;  -in the Schedule  to   ���������* Tbe Constitution AcU  Xf^'bf'fnE KEW WESTMINSTER nnft'COASt'  pOOT|fi|HTRIGTS;  /hicK sifa.Il in|!iia.e iP  '-"tbaV'' traci^'o f land -1 n c! hd e/1 th -i he ,Ke vv Wes t-  nninfiter and Coast - districts, ia set forth in the  *chedu1e lo'-'Tbe'ConStirufibri M, ������I?  JLs TvA.jrfo;:,x'fYimELMbY  m  hsv^^au.^ed  '������������������������������������������������������ :-^'"*Hhe8ev''OiVr Betters toT be made^Pateni^arid  *"'��������� nhe"'Great*Sealof t.he^Provihc:e dt-lSrifish  - ; VI ^olnmbia to ^be^erfeinTtf<afoe i \ Wit,  ��������� $cess.   the  Honorarjle '-0 oskph--1 ' Wiixt.ot  ^ (i .T^iuTcnj.Lieu^nant^pvernor of.the^said  *   ' j\- Province'^BrHi8b;^oiiii^bia,iji tlieGity?  , ";'P "of" Victoria, in., the said- Province,- this  '"' /��������� ^onpth.;<la^;of Mar^h,;jn 'tlie ymv of Oyiv:  '" toraObe Tboi    )i^ eight hundred and;  ���������,: ���������**' -VJ8eVentVrtbree,5and in the (fbirty-sixth-year  ^f^mi0^n^^T.f'f^if" ffiTffi :-"H"  JOHN ASH,  ���������  ;'-4./^/''_VoV'incial; Secretary.    a,mr224'ni  f$y0u^^Am^yf:fmrm  ��������� Provincial Secretary.  mr22/4m  Road Extension Act, 1873*  '-,* 'HA.  ?m&it?r-i$  m  'tm^w.  ������.^^a:  :  S_ra������ghiv,4'.  >-������:^.������  *L.SJ  -    JOSEPH W: TRUTCH,     ���������      ,  -PROTINCE OF BfeiTISH COIiUaiBIA.  WHEREAS bv: a .Proclamation;; dated 4th /March,  aS73, the Mui n limtl o^ritishiGpl um b ia .was; lor  tbVi purposes of tlie above.Act; div|dedJnto,five Road  Districts;viz/: '���������'---'     ;������������������''������*.������������������     '  '-���������������������������^GMboomMf^ '''-p.f v- ��������� --:- ��������� \  .,���������" The I.'illooot' Road' District.      "     -'i'  .. ,-. JTbc -Yale Road District- w    ������������������ - ' ������������������ ���������:- ''���������"  Thu,Kwtcnay lio.i/1 J5i^!,mtf.       .,   . * .. '    .   ,:���������  -    '.; Tbe'New Westminster Koiul District.- A. /;  NOTICE  13   HEREBY   *>F/-EN,.; that the following  Gel lectors h a ve b een ajspoin ted >i ofi;t&e said Dis t r ic is:  'Cariboo DistRicxri4  brtUiwa;l*olliiig-nivision���������W'.*HC Fitzgerald, *>q.  ���������WilMams Lake Polli ng:piyision-  Ljl^'jpt-Di-striot.. f>  t-   ������������������    '     -_'/������������������������:-4    ;   '/I  C. F/Pope, Ksq.  4':;//// '4 :://,'4/:/t/';-//'; :^IS%;?'/  .Canoe'^Greek" and Clinton Polling Divisious-r-C.'iE,  Pope, Es������j.  Lillooet Polling Division���������A ;.W. Smith, Efo..  ?^E|plSTRIGr.. 44f./;;.;., ���������:. ft ^ fff ff'- Ay<fftf;.  . Okanapan.Polling.Division���������C. A-TernOn, E?q.   ,  /. Kicola Lake Foiling .Division���������Alex. Rofoli, E-q  "Hock Creek Polling Division���������J. C. H������yhes} J������sq..,'  'AiKariilbopsPolling Division- Jl Boyd/Esq'/ ; J, .;;..  V/.^ytton and Cache Creek Polling Divisions���������Tr"R.  ������bie, Esq. ���������-  - Yale and Hope Polling Divisions--W. EvaQB,-Esft.  .tv'-v-V-^ =i "--,?    "    '  -.'    -      '<i     ���������    ''-/''<.<."''   AfAt .;-���������������������������'  'KOOTBNAY DlSTKlCT.' , _ . ... .       ,   ;       ,-  TTild Hor^se, Perrv f*rcplr, and French" Cre^k Polling  Divisions-^.e.^Booth.'-Ksq: f ' ' ''-;'���������' ;  y ' ���������-' '',-;  ���������New W^jtaissr' R .Dist���������iotI* '      ' -'   ;     ;; '   ' ' / /,;  4ieMUHwllacl^'Langle^fev#Westrriin^ter, Burrard  giilet,, and /XortUj^rn 1l*6llingl5Divlsi6n&*TH^;HivEd^  raond s / Es q.//44 ^M^iv������W.SI4���������^���������^^���������^^^^^^^  ;^i^B^iNSTinr:Cnw^i^BiqT.^, p- .  ;  , i" r)\  ,,-f,  f _L ..y.,. Edriion d%fE^a. -/...;, ^ \\nX -.. / -���������,   a    if a.  ���������  ' ~      l Bycoinniand;   . >. ,  .- '/  ���������    'A    r *t--**-���������* ���������:-- JOHN ASH,      //  ,.   , ���������        ���������' '  ������������������ i > ��������� 'i}    -'"- ProvSaclalSecreta/py/  ^^toriat A^ril 4tti';lgg3/   fir*.- f ^{;jVap_8_m^  In;!t^  YifilM'  PltOTOc'uir'gEGHE  ./.'������������������;4^ /4th ���������Marc^r1^3^i,4i /^  4 Hi?^fSEcelJebcy; the.^Utenant^pvernpj.  hasl>eenvnieSea,to;nmke,tbe  pointments m^^X^MI^^^^  ^H^RnWooni BsQ#r^ancouver Jslarid;  Henry T. Edmonds> Esq^ for the 'City ������of  NewrW?stmin,8jeri'fv vr^:i ^'   - p ���������*.   f f  Aj     "    Bycommand,   / -"'^    ��������� , .'-;',   "'  : 1};?t ,.- iifi/'^^'   ;r,/ Provincial Secretary.  .- v,     ,r v   '-'   -ii-4: / ���������' V,.\V,   "���������  < ' * '!'! ��������� -TR(fecTAr;S6cfeTAnyJs^j^4  ���������vf���������:;>'>v :^tb'Jtfar^  has;%efi&pl feaa^l^ M. jappoii^/B^aYrBi^rK  MksdN.'EsQ.^^eT Dep.iitJ/ Registrar Of--tbe  SapreMe'C6iirt of BHtlRb^umbia. <v? ^,, x\  Ai Yt> <^M?������JByVoniinaAdt.n,V''f/. ���������; '/*;4-> H;������*i ������������������'���������'  . ' .. " : ������������������^^iV,/jrtHN ^SHr  " /     ;'- * d  ���������'fJfiT'tK Provincial Secretary.  ���������y' r.  ?//:  f/fi;i^-'  I^bvrsdtAL'SECBKTAitY?8 Office:^  ^ ���������'���������;>.,-;^ r!^4.v^4thJMarcb,;T87-3;i;-^*H'  ! * His 'Excellency/^^^  b aa b ee ri pi eased to,; ap poi n fe W. 0. B KUKKLK>'i  Esq;, to hvYA0i Clerlr for .tbe> Province oI  Britiali Coiiimb'ia./' J'/,'' '' XPPQy^. ���������.. tfi'f  Ar^A-y -:"/By'c61ih������nftnd,XTf - yt:t:Af-. 't��������� ,  "r' V   ' * '\rfffSQllK*$Rr Xpy ffi: ;  ' >'���������'-- ,,,'';' <r    ���������    '    ' /ProvincialSecretary.  ,;*;r������"ci;  ��������� < --."i'* '"��������� ;4th'MaTcbftt73.!'- ,; ,���������  ' *���������:=( jffil^ fijrcell ericy" tbe (J lije.ii tje m iwt^QTf rnti  has been pleased t^/'^p^i?^!%fe%Wn!?;  tfeniVetit^ to/be iA^s^l^'aiid jCJoj tec tors, n ff  def 'aiiiST to cafrf <nUfthe^rovisions ofi > Tfie  barid'Tdx Act 1873^:-^, ^ t. ���������,' ../.. \,nv',  ''���������'Richard Ay opns, t-Q , for Victojfa Distiic^  ���������Esqhinialt^aTid ^fetc(i09irr district, ^njinalt  Town <District, and*<Lake> arid Saaiiicb Dis-  ���������;tncIs, ������������������ //,������������������.;>;-;^ ;:;;//.4;?!.4;.;:-f.rt/-/;,-/������������������>;;;:tfff f f  ��������� "vWiijitam-.' Strwakt^ iisQ^ for-3TanaIin.o Dis  trict.' * ���������. ������������������������������������ ' 4 '- yyyyy   ;���������;  John Morlky; Esq.; for Cowicbari :and Suit  S p'r i n g Island 'Dis trie ts! ' ' '" ' // [ ; t \  v' Joskph'RbDKLLo/ Kso...-for,Gofriox District/'  fSHfesfRT* v rEdmonds, Esq., for;^New'\?West-  ?hiin#fcer'District/ 'u [~'r: . .. f%'"',/ " '"  %VR^^y.fBiiOwn;Ks^.,*for;Port?Essi^fftoh/; ,';.  Bknjamin P. ^R^Fm^^EsQi'^ter'Yale^is-;  'tnctgfpiSfi'-/;////;;  y />THOSi R;'BurR^I&Q;/Wr',Lytton-District^ t.x  John Boyd. Ksq.. lor jKarifionps District1;/  4&JiEXANHK!^^  ^;GErARLBs jEi Pope , Esq'.^M' Lil lobbt* l)is'  tricU':;. ';-    ��������� r      :     t     '���������;;.;  -- Edwarit Ty^on;'. Esq.v ibe 8Jf.1 Ihnei* 'District.  j^GwORfe k ^BYKNks^BQ'v for ������Ca ribnri^DjsVncY  Gornjklius iBooth/ Esq., for KootlsHliyDiS'  ^By-ootamnhd/**' :--' 4 Pf.������'T  y'-> f\pxjpm^Ami" yr X')  f '��������� "/'   'PWvln'ciiilSecretary.  trict.,  tor22i3m(  /VT^RlA;i^  "tlnited Kingdom of Great Britain and"fre^  ^oi to wbcra'tbese pi;eaen tsshal 1 corner-:  GRSETINSi^     '      "f^J    . ;������������������  ^ A ^^PROOL AMOTION.;  Was^em; |?WHEREAS it  is ^ro������  ^CtKOjV.'A. ^..������������������.*������.,itv/iv&ji,,������> it...liuauno    H    ia .  At torney-Gen e rai * f    v ided by Section 3. o f  .ui- Tto-e^iTiri t^.Oottrts/;Kte|slbn/ '0i!T0t&fi  ibat "The MjbIrtg ^onrj(cbn^titirted:under  -���������*���������/..The Gold Mniag Ordinance, 1867,Jsh������ilI  ^.be/ncd teiberebyi^werged jinx, tbeJOpuniy  J������ Goyr.tff/:af^ STlidgS of  ���������*' Brilisb Cpliimbia -shall have and .be.pos*  ���������* sessed of tlie.same jurisdiction, powers, and  " au tb o ri ties, aa^tbpse had, and. exercised by  '**/the^ Gold Qoia^ssioners ���������appointed, acting,  y*fnnd presidin^,as(.Judges., o( the said Mi ni ng  M Gonrt;/ ftfiei'"X*IIs*.'proceeding's  thereunder  > shall /be ^a^j and taken in,accordance w;t^  *'.' the prWi������on8'0f;< Tbe Gold "lMinirigOrdin  -" ance, 1&67,' and.' The Gold Mining Amend-,  . *ti$$tJ$ii$i2W. ���������; 'a* 4 '  ff; ff -ff.  ��������� ATad* whereat the  Ait sfeonld^brily/bave iiiii/force arid effect in  rnieh pcrtionsof.--.the Province as the Lieut.-  ^ov^nor in; Qbimci^niigbfc, from tiiae; to time,  foyProclama^W order."      V ��������� .���������      .  A nd w her������aa it is expedient ^that ��������� tbe<���������': sai d  Aot should'towefn 11 force ari^ ^efTept ;in tbe  ISlectoral^lstnct b f Cari boo, except tbat^ p or -  tr- ��������� f^- GENERAL ORDMl.   ;. ;    ., '. ,  ' Af<A'^fffyyfU ay tiYA.  \ /���������.���������>���������:������������������/:.- ^m'-  XrOTpCBvis"; here^ .given ,v.tliat,.:Xlie. Supreme ������Court  ������������������1\;*- w!ii/sit in3ii^Tor:lbe;lij5*rln^offn\)Y motions,  argu ment'^ appeal?, and ottier'"matters cbmtnglKjfore  ,'i^Q jpMr^iiV.Banc^'th'tfie Supremo Courts Room hi the1  Gitj^ of: Viqtor^a j for the i pi lp wing terms, /on- the: days  hereiaalter mentioned, inamei)^:   ,.; ,: . ,;.-, ���������...  ForHilnry Term from the 15th to 26tu February; r v,  :For Easter Ter nv from-tlie 16 tb to 26th; A pri I;   ������������������'���������'  For Mfchaelmias Term from,the loth to 25th Koyember;  A->,\Ayf*\AytYn'f':-<t yyiA-r^A- ���������> y -A.yy.-^- .  !/There will.b.e ttorsitting in Banc tin Trinity. T-flrrn. ..;  In case any of tlie days of the "dates njuned for thVs  fbcgihning or/ending of'-the-���������Terms should' ]U\ 11 on a'  Sunday for;. ^ubMcHlol jday,v then- the Term%ill begin  or endiOnthe nest following; day;.; ������������������,., ���������;���������-. ���������.���������..- -_f.- iff.  ^iXf^.ff'f ;;^r/o/,rMiATr>:.T/-BE6BIE/'C.-.J. i,: ���������/  lh -3. I   '     - ������������������ "/���������, il H1SNRY P. PKLGRW CREASE; ������  \;Cy������\ \  (J-'HAMILTON GRAYi j; . .  ���������'Dated [victoiia; Jamhiry -24th/ 187S. ;���������' ���������/��������� unr22. tf '}  -f^rovihc*tnl^e6fPtnrv?s'Offlce/ 4"  a:: 'K';;-.-/--    /:'    Af  * 'f' ������������������  10th April, 1S73;   ���������  IS. Excel lencyjlli c; I.i out en ;a n't ��������� GoVcrno'r =has been  4ple������sed/|o. ajig)oin\f tbp> fol lovvj ng - sentloinen tti  be'Return!ng OnTc**rs4or tho Severn 1. Electoral Di.s  tricts of���������* tlio' Prowlnc^, under nni to "cirry out tin*  prbvlsions' of liTh& rirom^ers* -In deninity Act) 1873/",_  A ^CARIBOO���������James Lindfeny, /Es?q/    * ���������    -'  '������������������': ���������I/IJJ/)0R'l,--A/"W*.;tir.nilli;/J3^qv;: fy Afrrf fff  ff--%WF^M-:i^Ml^ftofo,J^.:  y :��������� YALE--Wmrteajrue, Ksq.  \f$$W; WESTAlINSTfiR; CITY/ AND DISTRICT--  .4       ;H. V., Edmbrids,/Esq       ���������  ,     ./  ��������� ���������' ������������������"������������������.-,���������*��������� -'-.By-eoinmand,    ..-..   .. 4, <���������  a        y:_     .  ���������     ���������.:...-.��������� v'���������..-.���������     JO'HNASH, ���������  jnjrlO;;H rt-;.'     <        -     '   ProvincialSeck-tary.'  toy,:Jff/?BliH*W^lW"ft*i^ Victoria,  Esqaires..:.. ������������������ .���������*-^'-.^:-;v������������������- -.-:.r^--..���������^ ,..."  - JeteniiahrBbfeW'^C'^jP*10! ^������ .'PbamboSJ of/Bur-  rardInlet; E?quipesH1 '������1<*    ���������    ,,    /"'  i .G.^SK.' Wilson3rown, of; Aidetfoy^Esqnlrc,.}  ���������'������������������"W'/.H;'Mofrow;/fq!jn;^^a51bra5thy^and:jonii Shaw;  ofc-Kqotehfiy,.|Es<iuires.j-, / V, jM V s<,.;./,.,/ /.^-���������.. ......  * /James" Robb' and G. F.^������rabbile, ofCdm6xu Es-  '? j,im^Wackio,of.lJiBpley,-Espwo./; ,: ^   ,,-'!���������  ^D'onaid"rjMiiv?ry'a^dj^yid UUler, of Sumass, Es-  quires.  "CreelCj: Esquires.  >:Aiifttn Preiitis, JTohli -LamontrMnir,vn ndfXolm Joh^.  ston^oUerisoi^fVifiglitning;^r^lwi Es^ulrjss;'^; V  James'rGuflninghmi^.  minster, Esquires/ ���������'.���������_._.���������        ���������**    :    ^  W.*-JD  F<rrfe:and H. L. ,I>eBccfc, of;North Arm,  -IJiWsWliiW^^^i^^'V- |J,4^/:\ fcJ :������������������;  W. ^���������vLadner>;o|'.������pu^h Arm^Fraser^ivcr,Esq,  ./.' ���������������������������- / /."/ ,,/ By command.. 1^^^ v-j *.:,,.; / -^ ;. ���������  nj?vf';:;'/--^//;- -;r /^RTEUR;ir.^( i?mDER/r  ^'njm^m''Vi   ^iff' 'ff* Private Secretary.   '  ,/������������������ Z,,"<h.:iif^thffttffrtff.f :i - y<y .  . ^ >, - j - >��������� <���������:��������� .j /.';'?, ^ fj h ^proylncial-Seorntary^ Office; /��������� -  .,^'H :^'^l'-:^-4'l'!|"       ;4 VVSStbAi>rH, 1873.   '  , .'nil* Excellency;tho, -Lleiitcaant Qfty^uor h������is b.een  ptcjised ^o ��������� ji j  ap^UctiUobs/  provisions'v:o'f  uThe iand^Ueirlstry  ������th������ EJ^otoral^Hstrlcls/ (it?P(������liiig/Divislqnssof, Elec-  tpral spistrlc^,vsct opppsito. ^tliejr -respective nanies:  .  ' AvlH.Fitzgenald^Ej'qyppllini?PIvteionjijn.pjnineca.  .r/ B(V\\T{in,rEs(i,, Poillwg..I)iyisIon,s of; RiclUleld.and  tJffli trii ngC?Cr������S#,'"l "'/. v 4"'"%, ��������� /? / "_ , [ p   n '' T  * p^Haro;' Brq^'PollIb^������vlsions 'ot KnUhley- Creek  Ari=kQu^n*'lmouili 4   .: f^f ' 'i-"" u    ���������V!''' ������������������  j tG. iE.  P������?|i������;vI5*q;f ^PolHaoct  DivisiOflSpr ^Wjllianw  IJtiko, Ciinoe;Cr'^k/ and "Cltu ton; / .    - / ^ , t  ^. ���������;,  ^^^W.JffiiUi^E^/P^tnsr ���������^Oiv1*lflii;,o^wl.lttoctJ7"-'.---  fiV-j Tea^ue'E^q^Elwtbrol pistriet^^Ytilu^'^^'  ' 'XL -������Y;iESvhOn;^,^Ksqi^^Jv'ctural ^JXistriets. of Sow  Westminster-Ciiy ifnd,District.   ��������� ;-    ^ , >, -    ���������  '  0/Booth, K/q,, .'Elec&'Jriil District pf rKnnteisay.^  ,>ir-VJV ' "  " J By;cbiiimaud.   ' -      J.OHSf >>ir^, /  ���������"���������������������������.'-���������T' :" "':'":-. ���������������������������;... 4i--/i������!roYiiJciitl;:Secr-<tary.    ���������  His Excellencv thc"Lioutenant;Royorrn<af4i>as^������srn  cased:tc������ jippuiiit..tlie i<yluwin^ jrHitiemtiii:u������;be 1)h-  ict RegistriiM nn<loru 'The Births,' ncatlts, a������tU Mur-  igea Aot. 1872"��������� fff     [' '       i       fff     ;  f,.���������    .    '   ProvincialScr.re'tarylsOffice/  ffffff       , \4 2pth Ai>ri1M873.  ���������His Excellency tbe'I.icuteiiant;Govornat ?Uu'S. htyn  frlct  riagea  l)i������triet/No/3^H*V;i Edmon<ls|������sc4  .v.M>������4���������Wi T������agUi.v^>q.''   '- ���������-,:.' '"<��������� '  *"   6���������A. >V. Smith, h>q.      ', ^ .. ,  " ������ ,7���������.J, Bo\vrori.,Esa. <l" - -  ,  " "0~O. Bo-Jib) Esqv  cummiivu1:      <l      " f'JOHNA^H.";  *,'.   ..-* t     ,������ "provincial Stcrdmry;"  f: ,-X. UPPEUFRASKR RIVER,/    '    >  INURING THE SUMMER WILL. L������AVE  ; ,   SODA :OUERK ON"THURSDAYS;   ^  As soonis possible after tho. arrivul of .^ItSARl),  & Co./s'StageSj and   ..   _ _ 1...)      .. _ ��������� ,,; >,, -      '   . ;  QUESNEL ON MONDAY MORNINGS;  : The undersigned hop������v: by-a; strict attention to  luisinesj;, to uierit,a Wntitiu������nee;iif the ._>,.������������������ U'puago  iiUheuo: ex^iureil: lo Messrs.-Marvin: &;Wright/;  .   A-'"'ff    .$20    '4'4  Freight, per ton;  ���������.^Y:);.v'yffy:t'fGrRAST  iSwla Creel>,:April-lv 1873.'^,: /.���������./���������  6S'-  >'-- ��������� $5  ARNDTv  .inyl^^m  a^J^::;TAX-.A���������T,v, 1873.  ��������� . > :.." :���������    ��������� '' j'������������������'-.*'      ������������������;;'-',    '��������� '  '       ���������������������������������������������.���������' . ��������� ...  ^6���������fe IS HEREBY GI^EN, THAT BY  -*- *.-.- a (Proclamal.ioti da ted tfae. 4th March  1873j the Road districts therein named were  created nnder.the provisions o{ *f The Road  Extension Act. 1873.H' :      ;   ���������  Anii thatiby Section 4 of ���������;'������ The Land Tax  Act,. 18t3," it is provided that the Road Dia-  tricts established;u nder ������������������.' The Road Extension  Act, 1873," shall be Land Tax Districtsifor  the purposes of the Act: -.#_*. .. i/ .: . /  The Road-Districts;hitherto established 6n  Vancouver Island are under the same section  made Land Tax..Districts for the purposes of  th*vAct/4; i*' fX-f '-^yyf*-* /.'/'���������- ...  Dated the 8th day of March> W&-. /  j By Command; ;���������-*'���������  ^>-,: ;v,tv.r/-^-^.;v,'-^^; 44JOH&.ASH,  ''������������������; ,-/?������������������->/; ��������� :;fff t   /HPfovincial Secretary's1 Office, --^  "-Ta\ Tp-f.',      .:���������'"���������- ���������.,:,���������. ':/'/:   19thApril,J873.;'  HIS;. Excclienpy, .tti e < Lieu tt nan t Goy eriu ������j has :boen  ��������� '.pleased '������������������ to' appoint, the folio wing gen tl cinen to  be- Registrars-of certai_ Electoral Districts Sunder arid  to carry ontythe pro visions ol a <��������� :vu q Qnal iflcation an f lr  Registration of Voters? Act, 1871. \Ut:,.?-., :./.;���������: .-?-;:[���������<  ��������� : ^CARlB^OTrJolm-Bowron, Esq. -  ���������     '  .   ���������     ,;'  :.". KOOTENAY--Cfx?hel ius,' Booth. Esq.  "'   .4YAl;H^,Wmi,Tcagiie,'Er'q:.'������������������"'       :'"���������"    '  !1 ''   '"  y\ /LILLOOET -A/;W.:Smltli.;EM --:  A- NEW WESTMINSTER CITY   AND  BISTRICT^-  f..t''f il. .V,.Etlmontlg, Esq. _       .    . ;���������.. -,,.:,,  f ,   / By..coniniand,' .,       ,:.      . ��������� ,  '��������� :'      ���������';//"���������' '4.-";/. /   '   ,J0HN.,ASH,   ,  niylO   ; .    ' '     Provincial'.cqreta'ry.  .���������/'���������' Provin'oiafSebfotnry's Ofilc* ���������'  f ,f... ..,,;.- 19th April,.1873. .  IS Excellency tlie -Lieu toil an t Governor has "been  I' 'pleased, lolnakd the foliovi'injf ajipcjjnlniehis:- '  Benjamin Douglas and:-Robert R. McMickihc.  Esgnlrcs, of grille,....to j be. Coroners lor tho Electoral  ftistrict'of Yale.;   : .V' ; /   '.    ,,       "'.,.'.  ...4  Ci Booth,"Esq;; of Kootenity, to be Coroner for the  Electoral District of Kootemiy* ��������� ��������� ������������������ ��������� : , ^; -  ���������-���������-.        ���������':-���������-. :- ,. Bycommnok,'      ��������� ���������;<���������' '������������������->:r,f  ./���������;��������������������������� ������������������-: =/ -A-'-T-t ���������/.'/- J0HN'Aj5H;.|. .-: ;  mylO "        ,./...,,   .:" Provincial Secretary.  ' iK::^A^pmv&^;:  . ���������; ���������   i  ������������������/-' ' ' Oelebrated /  ' \ *. p-f  VVpRGE.S:T, Ea:S HI RE    8AUc|  P..,;' Declared by Ct>iniolsscnr.*to;be-/���������'������������������.,;'> il:  T  THE  ONLY-. (^OOT>/ SAUCED f- ?  =���������:-���������:���������--/   .4   ;    ! Private -^eoukpary-'s Opfick,;  T,.-y-    ,, .   i-rAih April, 1873. .;:.,'-,..,:  IS. Excellency tfee Licutcr|OntfGovernor has been  "plcn'setl to' place .the JoHowin'g Gentlemen on the  Commission of the Peace for'the Province of Brittsti  Columbia':    ,.���������', .;:,'.���������;..-���������,���������.:.  ���������������������������-'...;.. *-.'.*���������'. =���������'.'   :'���������'���������*  ......      tyPif&<T$m^wttmmi^^  Provmoiail .Seclretaty.' vWallaoe, J. H, TuraeK, Alexander MoKan, Q^mtnt  v Caution against Fraud.���������The successor this  most delicious and."unrivalled' Condiment, having  caused certain d ealers to appl v tlie'riitmoof uWorces*  tersh i ro. Sau ce.'' to.-. tlielr o w n I ri rerlor boin pound s, I ho  pn _ 1 ic Is I i.e re liv in form ei I t U a t tlu on ly wa y ������,o ��������� pro.:  cure tlie genuine, is to ,.,  ASK ipB,ThZA ds.., ERBINSi" SAUCE  an tl .to; see 11 h a t th e i r n a m c s are u p on: th e .wrai'PKR  TjAbkls,8'toppbr, and kottve. ���������  . ;,  r ..-.*���������  Soma of life foreign markets having'been supplied:  wi th a s pur I o u s AVorcestersh I re Sa u ee/u pon thv vv rap-,  per and labels of which flic natne������ofLen and Periln������  have ,b ei]n forged, ,,h, and P: give no tice Unit.they  have furnished their correspnndcnls with power el.  attorney to toko instant pruccredlnt? against-manw*  actu hkk 8 a n d > v k.\Don s _t s ii'di or any other 1 mi ta-  on s by. vvli I c h t h e i it I g h I m a y b c i ri f r i n'ge d.   '  ; ;  Ask for LEA & PERBINS' Saxice and see  Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle^ and  ' Stopper. ���������,-, ���������    .:.,.,-.        ������������������   ��������� -.      .-.'/     ..'���������  ; Wholesal p. and f or export by t be Prnprlotors, WM  ccs^pr jCmsse an d B hi ck wel 1 .London ,|&c.. &c.;/ ���������: t  byGroccfBandOUmcn univ"crsalivr    '    ���������  If(4  '0&A':'\  m

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