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 ^ustssaf ������������������--���������* yf"sy.<_tmf&r  R  ST-  **���������������?"������  ':;   ff  . ���������* ~f\i  < A-^: 'Afff    f '   ,      ..   iy     '���������-./'    ���������-k]  -������������������:.',:..:, ^.  ��������� .r  ; v ,-...: ���������': f-tf f|KE������#.-,- '���������, - ^ ... '��������� ^, "*' * -:..;' .>> ;^ -<' - y'. t - \>* : >*.  Vdl.'7.'  V  itt-  tiaiiiv  B.Oi^Ih  *tardas5^,v J^iie ��������� 19,  |>VEBY^ wTEJ-ONKSDAT and SATraM)^'!  j       V^KELS; RESTAURANTSi &cl;  BY  da  10  S:_V3.  o  6a  ^ieis^arte  ��������� Grocery Store).  '���������'A'  ,^..;  iPi*wi_s*&m  lOAEITAL'rI- . >Z-',��������� -' *  -   - #3,500 _OO0.  ������������������ '." 'Vi"'  ^It_( pow'br/to increase, a      /     ^  ^dAR^Cw*tl$E& Week.   Single Meals,, $1.  M^^0^AEl^fAST;f|������OpSoOK  Jgromfnifrii 11 NINE; I h^tljbf evcthmff.' at :-Mrs  [^-pAfeEHf^ BOAKDING HOUSB^opposito &c. Se.vH  ___N___'0.fiff  .-:,^';.> ������������������_fffi  :jWre(W''_)UyliC;patro^ag'(  Vi;The.sleepingajwrtmonts i������^;4)ejtcpiiinl:t*ib^6st  )]*d "*" -" ri''   *-li <* ' 'f*' /���������������������: ��������� WI n j* _t������T4t /. nnro' ft v������Vl Pi wn'i-_ ������v> >������ w ���������  be  ob-  is it  lea  L,  b._t  ;TS:.  Eng-  f]lTISSA>BlCKSrAN.begs to announce-to-tbe Miners  (Jjl������������������:. of: BMtlcjld and,_Lte,public in ^general that she  jhas npeijV^*tli6 above" Restaurant for- tlie summer.  JHavin % jS_������"0 extendi vo add} tipns to tbe Restauran t  jdopartm������B#an(i secur.etl tho .-services, of a; first-class,  iCdek:;���������.MigjtL; flat^r^lierscif ;that; she wili^e^ablo to  [giro h'e^JliUroiis ^ every jsotl^factipn, - end hones, ;by  ���������'-. i|_r-Thffiest Liquors and Gigars alway^to'.he had  attlwBajg_     ' -^ .   *.'"-my222h.  Agents fbT.t^>^^Ao^  .i._n,imouili?sfr^oud^ VAKCOUVER   ISLAND ���������VICTORIA;  fi  Creek     ���������"    '::    -   -- :' Bernard's Expressi ' ^      ".    Iq the'United States":        k      '.  25- ���������   . ';,    Mr.Evaiis,.    .do        ,  ;do;'-fciSlEORNIA,' -   - 'SAN,'FRANGISCQ.  fewVostmtoer,;:/.':    -      ���������     f ^gn &.CoioREG0N,       -       ,-        PORTLAND.  v,ctoria,. <:.v- ��������� ���������" ��������� ri- f^fif-fT,Xfffp������.?>?*-j,.,...BNjjiteYORK;;:'. .^-.jJtfe  aa-^w11**1*^^ l^h^jg^nt������':forihiEi':B  DEATH OF GOVERNOR^  A telegram was received^ -:���������'.���������  Mr Brew announcing the death of bis Excel JQN' ruEr,AND���������"Phe'Bank^6f.Treland. ��������� ' ~| / Rtcfllt'S    Grlllcil: " 'Hotel'.''  flency the Governor.   Bella; Goolawas name<l|oN^BXICo aki) SOUTH AMERIGA^-Thel   .        %     >        ^_______- -   -.    ;  '������������thVnlace wliere bis Bxceileriey dicdr buti;,;,  London Bank  of , Mexico' and' ^uth|mHE^ilfE^S ]P"ST-stqut'S; gtjlgh and the  rs       l     .    s  ���������    :--i:v,n���������������������������-������������������ _.'_.'*j":. trJ_'"T?;.Wrtl:'Hl - ^Am'priVi. ��������� ' ��������� " ��������� HI   puhli_;_.enerally"are,-hereby...requbgtqjino tak^l  bo particulars'were telegrapbed. . His Exccl-r     Amenca. bx^ ^^ aW^ Hotcl     ^atc ^tlie,i.ft.sid  li _      had not enioved the best of health fo.rlON ENGL AND���������The.-Bank of British tplum^ttixe guicb; between the^Taff Vale and-tuo' Coomb  jiency f^au uu ,^ff       ^ ^rq arro when ati  '   bia^-Head Onlce���������Bast India Avenueflcompamc^rshafts,   , *  |6ome time, and about two years iigo, ^. a I,     LeadeD ball: street. ^    '       x.f , I    ���������        - 3    N 0 W    O P B U ,     -  iNew Westminster, he was scnously ill, and! ._ i.-_.,c  <��������� | ,^a    ^*Vv     v x ^     '      "  fwas not expected to recover.. Aconside  part ofthe Governors Uff **db.W Q  ;.   - ^ .* ., ���������'y : V '  {tropical"climates, and he/had*passed the age| . tiff       _^ . v|BoaTdg|l2 per;W.eek^ .Single,Meals, $1.  Iwhcuonly a strong constitution can well be-j   ft '<��������� ��������� T.-���������; ���������- ^ *'^l>������5P:C_By the' best of .Liquors, and Cigars will be[  Koine accustomed, to a change. ������. His Excel-1 TELKGRAPHIO TRANSFERS \ :  ������cpt at tjw> Bar.   FREX)feRICK ROSE;-Proprietor.  ������������������������������������"-- "   gtouti^lch; Mayls;i3G9. myW 2iii ���������  i_iii_u_'iii-jliiw i< 11*< WW im iiirtaiiii'Wiii.i p''������ '!������������������i  MRS.', S; P. PABKER BE������$2tO- ANNOUNCES 1*6 ���������  ;���������'���������'-!_ er;friends iintl^ih'e:. _i&ibllc,;'vthat ^sne^has:;fur#; .-������������������ ������������������  nlslied anum^.er of Bedrb'05^tdnUhe xnost.<''bonirort'"  able >tyle,: whi iefi^er:^^patron&ay ^open di.apoa'b ei ng  carefully"atteadetT toV * ."��������� i*^Jr  '     ^*   - . ���������'- - *:.  vW]nesaadI.i_uorspr^ "%  had at.the Baf.^i   -��������� ' ff'   \   ������������������ >   "' V " '- ' -.';.;  <;:Aprinnii;a889." '.':,������'*^' '"-^   ������    ���������*" * 'f --���������  pp?EILfc������__|g_^:]Sr^���������[__^  "     '���������'       *    ? Biiai____3^Lg*,  >.'*, .^.^ ^  ���������THIS. ESTABLISHMENTrBAyiNG ;BEEN   RKFIT-  X   ted in the most comfortable manner, with. good -  bedsi. the trav:cllihg publje^aynrrely upbn being weU>  acconTmodateri,;;.  ' -"si '-V ���������  ">V"' ���������  * The best- Winesi' Lic_i:0rs. _ahd Cigais to be had at  tlie-Bar. > *:'.    ' % *V" '    *iw"' '     ':': f'r  XDecember5; 1868...^.^ff^ffy^ ff'if- -���������.-' TfffA.<  llency was born in Ireland; but at what peripdHGran^  Iwe are unable  to;say.    His. education "^a"!^^ description' of1 Banking 'Business transacted,  -completed at the-University of Bonn." Eisg   . . -charless. j ones, Agent.  ���������hi-oUVer.   Major-Geherat' Francis tSeympur;|^������������nv^?^^^',ifag(>-    t -*: 'fpfffffZif *j^������j*j;  Pliotos?i  '     '     S1    .BfelN ESS-CARDS.  if-^^i  .���������.}]., Equerry to her: Majesty;the Quee^was  tiso at the Univeisityvand tlierethe brptliers  formed 'the acquniuUnco. of Prince Albert, of  ?j.^.^ihour'r.   Governor Seymour,v\70 ������^-������,' ������������������������������������_���������  lieve, commenced his career by scUliii.i?,.in"������.r,   -*  Australia' as a faiaier.. ^���������l\2id hot appear  '.n suit hi'^v _;;_. |3e returned'to England, and  m  mimic  ���������'.;.'��������� ������:?'^.'"r:.___.i..'.:*^������>-a,-������1-..   ",T',v^..... ���������-���������:���������.������������������.���������-��������������������������� 'A:  yy'    j. s; THb^iPst>Ki;"^  4 CGOUXTA^T,   MINING   AND : COSnilSSION!  iia.���������'������������������;��������� *Ag<mt_;Barkerville.. ;������������������������������������������������������';.;"> ;;���������,.-;. ���������'-;;,.'V--,  .���������Mininf; Companies1-'Books,kept;and adjusted.  lWny.1,1S09.V ���������,: 'f.ffyl.f-.:AA-f --fffYiAf  THE PRQPRIETOR of tho.abt^eestablishniohtwduW; -  -'r.espectftilJy inforh^ais^^i^ds^ 'fy  ?encfalv tliat bos is.��������� noyp^^ prepared to furnisbtbem with.  Bread of 'bis 'owh^baking,iia^ng: secured the assist-:      i  ,.  jiince of a competent B^ker^^ybicb ^enables Kim k ; ?    fy  mfyfs^m^m%f-'A-f^  j^^at������aeho<_^io___t_____  [above, where none but��������� tlie best Coffee,CPieg and Calces���������  J will be served. ��������� "��������� ���������'' .'������������������':��������� ���������   ��������� r,^__^^���������jr*��������� '"���������'  N.B^BREAD.;DELI\^KEB;:to,^^'*1[arts :of' tlie7 - ���������'"���������  lGrceI'--  r "XyX,:X:   my2_:im,^,- 'Yfl  ._���������>_��������� .Tj .._.._>f'.,r,-r'a- ,���������,���������.,;  ���������������������������'��������� ���������A-A, A: ;"-'���������'-''"-���������  ,.K*������- :*������.  ������������A������A������������J..    .l^J.  PHOTOGEiPHIC GALLEEY  ������  %  m  0M. ^n e - a "^eP ft tati o n  f^liPiiiicc Albert, wh  v4m "  ^# from Germany-.to ���������. ..      _ .............    .., .   w  ???J|ihour, together with his brother, was oW^^^^ Su  _______!'��������� ��������� ',_.'   ������������������     -.-.=  .,    ,   ��������� -,. _��������� [gnorior style.    PRlCKb MODERAlb.  gMtheaepulies.   Subsequently; be became As-"|fj;No^on\b-ei. _s 1863.  Mlsisiant Colonial Secretary of,-one of tlio Aus- _      _  ^trilkh    rolnnipq   Tasmania'    we    believe|lN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE MAIN  ������R        -coloniea-lasmaiita,    ^o    Deueve.| QF BR1TlSH COLUMBIA.  WlTfaat office was abolished, and Mr Seymourja  Ajt:  IjjpreUiroed again, to England/and shortly after-gru tho matter of tbe Estate and'Effects of WILLIAii  Tfcairds was appointed Special  Magistrate off WINNARD, deceased,, intestate.  (.rAS'.on'hand,^nd'lbr salwj'at'-'ii'is-.iSiJSrcJin hiti^y  IT^Ville,: Groceries.  ?&>v���������Z"*$������������������'��������� A������ ������ Liouok^ ol  ,'l_icli: he will>.s.ll at t6\\  Boots, and 'oilier articles  jOGOIDElf TA.L    HOTEL,  _l__g'v'.������*U9 >vua upijuiubvu   k?^/������--v4������n    ni������gw������i������iv     - _S "'    '" '"'t.       i.   ���������'"      "t '������ laat rcasouiion: r;ii  ���������tbohta|id>r;^nU__^a;BrUteh.dep0fi<ftncy|^  jOarpeiiters aiid Builders,  BARKERV ILL.B.  /CONTRACTS UNDERTAKEN, and ALL KINDS OFJ  \j Job Work done with punctuality and dispatch,f  at reasonable rates.   A goodstock ofseasonedlumber'  IJ^MVis' Excellency, was assigned, and to the!  .^^Bpasition 'of Lieuteuant-Gpvernbr.';'���������After^.tbel  I ^"Kpcriod for which he.was' appointed bad ex-J  ..^^���������pired, he was gazetted Governor of British]  ^^^gColumbia^and pn thc colonies of Vancouver  ^f|wslaud and British Columbia becoming united  ^Datdd Richfield, 11th June; 1SC9:  ���������A.  McPliersoii,  AND  ig^������be remained as Governor of the united colony*  ffkf ^*dn 1865 previous to the union of the colonies,  ^8il0 Vlsitcd  England   and   tbe continent of  |WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  ;������������������ '..'���������'" X f ' '-~*"?*fr :   if X . '.���������    ���������   ���������-.-���������  G-rofeeries, Provisions,  fHARDYV AR Ef!,    DRY    GOODS  clothing; BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.,  ���������'������������������': ;SBAUKERTiiyLE.  J^HE Proprit-tors of. this: -weir known. House jeoder  txT '"'u.Zi-T j. ia cere thanks to their: friends and[the tra*  |yeiliug"pubiic"_.?2^P*UlV_fi>r their past liberal patron*  (age, and beg to inform themulut;^^^  icon ti nuance of thetsame. Board arid Lodging ha'^ b*en  reduced to $3 50 per Day.   Single ;Meals, $1 00:;  [: ������������������ Al 1 thelu s urics, that the coun try affords are coil ���������,  [stantly kept. oh. the. table.   Private Parlors ahd Soits  [of goomsforFamilies.   Tho.-'Baris stocked,with the ;  [best bran.ds of Wines, Liquors arid Cigars,  r The Stable is well supplied with the best Timothy,  Oats, Hay and Graiu.:. BROWN &_GILLIS. .  k" Quesuelniouth, Ma>       IS69. !      .. : t...  XffflM&T^QTEfy^pXf:  |T\KE  UNDERSIGNED   BEGS    TO A INFO RM  HIS  II friends and the public, that he has fitted up sot_o  ,D___L__3|COMF.6.RT ABLE';, BED - ROOMS'  JEWELLER,  H^^|fflKCJ   riBlwu    xuiignvim    mm    tut;   uuunattiit   "'Hf ' BARKERVILLE.  wwKEurone, and, before setting out for BritisbB Barkerville, May l, i860.  H___^������lnmbia, married the dauffhter of the bon.H��������� -h1   '.   ' ..".1  ���������KoliuAbla, married the daughter of the bon.  j^^gand rev. Sir Francis Stapylton, Baronet.   The  ,^^^������tapylton family is one of the \most ancieritg-. ���������  Sff1; the heraldry of, England.   Immediately! CARIBOO  KH������������er tbo receipt of-tho  news  of his Excel J- by j\mes anuersox  ^���������jf^y'sdeaUi, the British ."flag: was placed at|r m JAMLb ^ljL1^a"  ^^^������"ja!f-mast  over  the  court'house, and every-il  LE    STO  Ligutkinq 'Creek.  I  i  _������C_������  Wm  ,  -   ......  ..v....,_.,��������������������������� every  body who had a flagstaff and flag did the  same. ������ i  MINING COURT.  SAWNEY'S   LETTERS  R H Y M E S  ONE DOLLAR.  !0.,  jnii/  I      (Before C. Brew, Esq., Gold Commissioner.)  | .Wednesday, June 16.  | Brouse Co. vs. Tyack Co.���������This case, reported in our last issue, came up for' ji^dg-  |njent, and the Commissioner decided in favor  Pt the defendants. He declared that he had  mcided to follow the judgments given on  ^previous occasions; that he could hot re-  lyersc the decisions of his predecessors ; thai  fMy the Supreme Court could do that.  PRICE,  For salo at tho Sesti.vkl Office, and forwarded by!  |p6,t, frooof chargo. _!______-  REMGYAL. ���������      .  (FHE AGENCY of tho Bank of British North Amer  1 ica has been removed from the temporary ofiice U  the new building, on tho site formerly occupied by it.  1 . GEO. GlvAft.il  ���������'May 12,1869. ftff Agcn^.  ^    ;,.f-,-fi.yXHOTiCE.   '  ItHB undersigned begs to announce, that on^ami  II after the First (1st) day of July next, the lele-  4.ph Lino between Barkernllo and Quesnelmouth  fell be closed. A- K_n-9 1m  May 20, 1809, mv-J lm  'INEttS AND TRADERS will find it to their ad-i  L vantage ^purchase at this Store, where there is]  i..A.;lJjaGB Assortmbst. of .Goods,  lortlio very bes't- description on hand; and the Stock!  Jcpnstantly replenished by new arrivals.;  The pruprie-l  0 :' tors will sell Goods.  As  Cheap as  any  is Cariboo.  Borders promptly tilled, and mrwardeti with. Qlspatoh'.]  1 '       . !    BEEDY & LIM>HAKD,  jVan Winkle, May 12, 18(39, Proprietors.  PAINLESS  TOOTH   EXTBACTIOIM.]  R.' CHIPP IS rREPABEI) TO EXTRACT TEETH  and'perform short: op era tious without pain, ny  tho aid of the apparatus discovered by Dr. Richardson,  of London. .This.valuabio discovery pro-.lucos insensibility in the part,alone, and renders unnecessary  ,the ad minis tra l ion of chloroform. ���������__._;,���������  0mce.4-Upper end of Barkerville, -a hove China Tow n  OtTice fee," $5;   Teeth (������jctwcted, or rlflcd.wvtb Gold, $o  March 27, 1860.  jthliis new,building,,where he is prepared to givo  bood Beds at a reasonable price. Those who will  ���������favor him with their patronage, may depend on tho  (cleanness an d comfort of his house  He takes also this opportunity to remind the Cari-  Ibooites''��������� that his Brewery has received the FIRST  [PRIZE ofthe Colony for his celebrated  A "���������*������ A       ]   A L������ ta J  .  JAnd tho true amateurs will be able to judge by them  (selves that such honorable  prize has  been justly  I a. warded to him.        ���������������������������,; "f .  ";N. B.���������A lar_re front room to let.  BiirkL-rvillc, Jan. 23,1SG9.    l!    .   .    K. 'CUSTIO  ���������  ,WAKE-UP-MKE. ''"  JRestaurant^and  Bakery.  THE Proprietors of this old and well-known estab-  I li^hmout would reject fully thank thejr ni.mer.  luus iVJeuds and the public for the extensive patronapo  1 ereto ^bestowed on them, and trust that bytheir  Susual suict attention to business they will merit a  Icontinuahce of their confidence and support. -  Meals.  $1.    Board,   $16   per  Week, .  Ibkead.made of, the best flour  We rccomm en cl tot he p.u b ii c ou r  GROUND    COFFEE,  tt-hich is a much superior article than any which cam  .eliad from below.   "We Koast and. Grihd it ourselves  Ud choose tho beFt berries, consequently the public  Inav bo eu ro of i ts bei ng Tree from ad u 1 teration  ��������� jjjg- Please take notice that Pre cleric Ficfe;   s no  16 tor delivering-Bread of our baking:;: -. ���������-. '?��������� r-.^,- .;  ,   ������ pArrr<;T{j.o>- & goodsok. t  barkerville, May li?, mm, mvi"?  -������������������  %  SfirrA [partoftliem. fTopinueli occupied with their|t}^ Mining Ordi hancp whiclrvsays  'clai ms to  n ay  atten tio h to p ubjic ni at fcers: B decis ion of a Gold Gbxn ni issi oner;  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  SATURDAY, JUNE 191 1861).  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL    ���������  Is .published every. Wednesday aud Saturday.-  All  advertisements intended for iusertion, must be -donv-  crod at ;l.itesvat Six  o'clock, P. M., the day before  publication. .YAf.:..f- ��������� ���������    ���������'  .      TO ADVEHTISERS..  All advertisements  (not inserted for any definite  period)   wili be continued  until  ordered   out,   aud  charged for accordingly.  -     ' /��������� '���������; X '     TO CORRESPONDENTS.  All eomniunlcatiolos must.be accompanied by the  real name and address ofthe writer :;* mot necessarily  with a"view., cf. publishing the same, hut as, security  for iU good faith.     ,;-;; . . . "v. f.  s: tUaty^-the|  upon"! -mat-j  arid   too "'��������� much   scattered   on^theid  creeksitoinaka their d^ ^Miner'feis  P*ff.; f ��������� TH"E;*pYERNORSHIP;  ...--i-Jl'-is hut natural, that tho death of His Ex-  and felt by- a;iunited ;andX unanimous voice?  'the niiners, ^vho have been   tpe4i!principal  jsburce ;of the colony's welfare^ keenly feel  [tine-' weight of the Cro wh re venues exactions: _ ...  They do not care much who shall be Goyer- |^utlniiec3  ;nor, but they care very much .about tlie taxes |  lorowded on to them in every shape; and man,  ner, to swell the Crown revenues, to support  the extravagance of the Downing street ap  pointees. .      '���������'._;      ���������= ��������� ���������''���������!���������  _P^I_������__T������IUI'W----5-_liy-K-  PARTIALITY���������FAVORITISM.  Editor Sextixet, :-  un j nstlys se ve re in bis remarks ujion tbef goy-|  ernrnent^in this matter. .A43^_;eiun^erafcand|  the subject, ���������neither the govern men fc^ttiej  Chief Justice, nor any one else, but miners  T H E A T R E~ROYA__7~^  SATURDAY, JUNE 19 igfto  V.��������� THE ��������� .    U05;  ���������C ARIBQO   AM ATEURs  j Will perform the celebrated Romantic Drama, entitled  themselves,-arcsfib^.blame-ror/the^pagisagejandl     Tll0   Oll&PCO&l   BllrripT*  ediexistehce of tbe law^ li"l.  we pre^me *S  could iihdo their own. work by^^iiVingidg  the  ||subject" 'before the Legislative Counci W It  was th e M i n i rig B oard,' wh o',fo n g ������t to h a ve  understood: the: wishes, nod interests y off the  Barbara Jones .....Florei       y  , <  some iDqiiiry as to the next probable Go ver *Hfi0i_b_iess a good one.    I can easUy^ conceive  ii  v, ��������� %\f&^���������Siw,.* RlimVM   viva   ii������?p   tolfnpo^ Jfie M^  cellency tbe Govemoi should give use  to^jkn'6ijris_< ���������irrespective  of ynatfo^ | , ���������;;. f pf [f YU^^'^vry c  ���������*S>������_a.;; Mrs���������_ p__Jpn    ,  . To.bo.rpUowcd by tho Petite Comedietta, entliled  THE^HEAD   Of   THE   FAMILY  ���������:"__���������* 7   ������."'__ J Hudson  .Cousin Chanty ...... Florence Wilson   ���������  . Prudence.*.. Miss Emily  Perform-  not a very desirable one, if the gentleman  filling it is at all susceptible to popular feeling.   No Governor can make himself accept;  able to the people, while he administers  tbe  present form of government. ' No'Governor  had.probably met with more undeserved opprobrium tban the late Governor.   The man  * "Was" tooTmucb identified with tbo office,  should have been the office and not the ui  against which popular discontent ought  bave been directed.. It is impossible, says a  good old axiom, to serve two masters, and it  is impossible for any Governor   to   satisfy  Downing   street   and the colonists as well;  Tbe Governor of a*Crown colony is required  to administer affairs, not as the people wish,  but.as the Colonial Office dictates. !His sym:  pathies maybe with.the peorrte, but higT.dutv  and  interests are .with the Colonial; Office.  Hence, when speaking of the government of  this colony, .we bave never singled out any  Doors open at Half-Fast Seven o'clock,  jance to commence at Eight o'clock.  Admission $1 00. . Reserved Seats, $1 50  ...,, __*,__.,. v,,���������., v*������.. ������x^ ���������������*_, m.   .���������.-;,-.  .      ,,      ^ - _ -  : ���������������_*���������xt' -  r       * ������' Tickets tor the reserved seats mav be had on an.  monedto act asjiiroft-in-^ Newfound Jpiioajigp to Mr. Geo. Grant, Barkerville. a p  to   thei;;detriment;:;^ ������������������   nthe vieW: pf bringing  the .N.e\yfound)andersta^ .GRAND   CONCERT  Will be given by tho  ELSHrG-lEE   CLUB  At the Theatre Royal, Barkerville,  attend to it, while a number of men who could������������������?_'??������.'^  easily  have served were not summoned at|������??^?'-���������;V������ty.m������,f1^  all. I honor tbe jury system, but I dislike its������P^clV!������l1' qnalifications.  inconvenience when too heavily pressed,Bv' '' " r""""^":"  without any necessity. -.        ..    H', '^ .    '::;:NE.W; -ADVEllTiSEMfiNTS.  Fatrplay.  " Baukerviixe, June 18, 1860. .   $T:'C':::     ���������'������������������������������������iEE.MO^i?LiL.  Tho leading Vocalists of Cariboo-will, appear on tb������  .0cca??i<������n. v   .;���������',-'.   '  je_r* For particulars, sec programmes.  Doors open-at 7.30 ; performance will commence at  (8 o'clock precisely. Reserved scats, SI 60; Back  [seats, $1. jelC  A GREAT GRIEVANCE.  R. CHIPP: has: removed to his ne w.f.fflco and DR UGj  STOR E, next- to Ren hi a *s'..$Lipe vi- tore, a h d bppo:  site the.Bank of Brit.isii Colnmbia^ where his business]  j    Editor Sentikkl :���������We might as   we'll 'live������\y.l"t'he;carriedi''6nas-iianai:'.'"'.*.'..<���������  [under   a   completely   despotic igoVerameni^  THANKS.  ..rather than.the one we have, which is;a halt-  inchviaual  member of the government forgand-a-half   arrangement ��������� neither -fl'sh   nor)  blame..or criticism.; It is the system,fiiot lnr>jpesh,.aucl bad., fowl. ..J nst   think   of .it.    "WcJS_WSI'.S^fPSri l?t?f rr"2^ ^"T^^^^V^ .9"** ^VoK^T. or t."ti_������|  jei9  WILLI AM    REN'NI'E,.  BOOTMAKER,     : -  FFERS FOR SALE THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF  BOOTS to be found on William Creek.  BOOTS MADE TO ORDER,-  Warranted not to be surpassed by any made pn th .  PaciUc coast. ff-  10  __ officers, of tbe government which we   con-_r?'._f \ ^*i??nifS!*fev ^Q !s '6\^f^^^^^^tW^^^^^W  kindncss and proat libprali?y a  siy ctioii or a GlJu rah im 'I ,M i n i_to  [many   cases   are   final ; there is. no .a])pcal.^v.1i,^; ^J;^/j._/!f^ gener-  ������������������������--  ������   ~~>~   ^^���������v"^':-. - v*vl"^"Shamtants.,or:.Bc������  ~- :    .  ^���������_n.���������*T.rtf fi.__ !���������._. n.���������Kvv*th a power not given tomagtstraf.es in  thegkindness.and. proat Ifi^wlifV^s'mamrcfeW^in^tb*!  temn.   ThereTov������,^e.say that the late Gov-|mos(;   despotic   countries.    His  decisions infection or a ctiureb imd M in i^tor^Ss in B^rke^  jgvjlie.  :.Tne (anIs to accompU-h this.havo beon ireher-l  GUM BOOTS CONSTANTLY ON HAND.  ernor   was   made   the marlc" %r>___i(leserv.ecl  opprobrium.    Who   will  succeed him ?    it  matters  very little whoever he may be.    He  will,   like   his  predecessor,  be required to  perform his duties, not with reference.to  the  wishes'of tbe colonists, but will be''POTGrikeaS*  by the dictum of the Cc.Oiiiat   Office.   Bu  while it la not a matter, of much consequence  wbo shall be our next Governor, it is a mat  ter of much  consequence   that   the   salary  should be reduced.    The salary  is  entirely!^0 sa3"th^t where a judge has'had  no'-ilegaTI  out of proportion with the  circumstances ofi^_u'M_i?^''"'a9f*^:?^^ abilities are. con-i  the colony.   "Now is the time.for the Colonial  Office   to   reduce   the   expenditure   of  the!  colony   to   the extent of at least, $10,000.  That is quite a respectable sum,  and   a  re-l  spectable   sum   would still   be  left,  if the!  salary  were reduced to that extent, for any  REPAIRING done in the best monner, at shortest  notice.  |L>ow, 1QO not mean to say that the deipision^mauneror such occ-tsions,  as, prlctised by tbe Wes  sof the Gold Oo.mmissioner - upon   the se veral&,e^;in ^f'-f-hodists of Eiighmd nnd 'Canada.  questions brought  before "him" and alaTnstl   AIoruin^ Scrvicc at iii���������^6ni^������^^ ^7 ?^6ck-j  which no appeal is allowed,; were the Tesulfr f     ^RAST^f_l<^ tt;  bi trier oj^ prejudice:, or incompetency ;:.but'l|    J������ue 15, iseo.. .  l;   .       .. .."���������.���������jei6.2t_"  I  ;;:Birlcervillc,, May 5, I860.  "^J;..':- ������������������������������������'  igup  BATHING  statedby the Chief Justice the other day. ��������� is^ p a x ui wo     o  r_-.n fvi  Ibnal; and conclusive, with reference to fhei; w-^ - ' H,IN������ . R..O O M  decision of a Gold Commissioner unon ViViP^il?1 J ������lT acco'nmodat|on) next door.mr^  dons of fact,  Why  is it alhS   Z   renSSS! S ^������ >;and ho*>cs lo merit a share of their patron  TTM.   WOLFF :IS; SELLING   OFF-.-HIS; ENTIRE  ^ ../T^^well-assbrted   stock 'of .Clothing, >amislnujr:  eiadiesandiGciiUemehgc^dSrBbo^^  ty that lie has spared'noH*^"on'cryf*<J^AA-CpST-f;--.    f "������������������'���������������������������'���������'ff e-       f^feine  ���������    iJSef-Cailand  elsewhere.     '   ���������- ���������   . .';; ":���������    ' -���������      "-  . ?1'"^ lm f  ktpph the;statute, books ?  .,.,,���������     ,   . ,     n - M   r   . .  , The dissati3faetionSr_,:^?-i''!,also Prepared to mi Teeth witlvGold,:SI  respectable Governor.   A short-time ago thegat the existence of such a law i3 widespread ^?in fori, set in Teeth on pivots,, -repair .Plate a  Colonial O/lice directed the Governor To  re.gan(i l^ sooner it is repealed th *  " " '*        "'"  Silver or!  nd ex-  duce   the : expenditure  of  the colonv  to  ii^pms" bSwe.ver>thafc government..._  ___  ., , ^������iQny w agenforce the law or suspend its onerationii^tl  its  revenues.   Last year, we|,s it suits their pleasure or coi^^mnl? ^I  ���������figure   below  A T THOS. :-FLETbllER'S   SECONDHAND^STORr    .  Bl - and  General  Repairing' Shop���������=��������� will: -he. rou"������.J^ffA  ne  oelter.   -ltgjme, Mr Lewis feels assnron or giving satisfaction.      iwt il-wnaiw of metal work done with neatness..::;:,���������,  at can either������ f,- ^icim...! i?^o"S  Pumps, Hose, Nails, Picks, Shovels, ������nd almost e\er_ -���������  tbink red u isi te for��������� Miners' use at lo\v prlces.    _ ���������   ������      ���������  believe,, the  Governor,   faithfully   studyin?|{aras;I tmdVrstandlhe eon^ilutmT^^I^  .UTE.&!  ster, toj  ml 5  DRXia ST0BE.  ������c eeitmawer.    U the  law  is  final   and   con-^apply m JOUN BOWRON, PoHtimS"^ n'n-k .rvillo  r|clusjve   in   respect  of decisions of a Goldi  J''��������� "������i                            cimk ^ciTnKSo5'  s|i/ommissioner, why was Judge Needham em-B  '" " "���������~"   of the Crown officers were touched.   Let tht  Colonial Office take advantage of tho presen  opportunity   and   take a  lesson, as well as  give one, in economy, by cutting down  the  enormous 'salary   given  on  account of the  _rorern.orship.    $10,000 could be well turned  to. better account tban in keeping up a show  :(Pf:>^*ceroyaHy'.so ridiculously   inconsistent  with the condition and number of the colonists.    A fair medium between parsimony and  prodigality  would be  established by such a^  reduction.    It is not the desire nor custom of  colonists.to be parsimonious, but the present  amount fixed for the Governor's salary is extremely   prodigal.     The    Crown    revenues  may, according to the rules of tho   Colonial  pelves in a little trouble  about   the  [creek matter.    If the law 13 Onal  wOtt.se a    i5?jr For parUcmnra of prices,  send  for   a ll������l   or!  T������  **  ft is clear that wc have a government which  like the  mountebank, says,��������������� Now vou see  it, and now you don't.5'    It suits thein at one___  time to say you shall have this case  reheard P  B    .*������������������  RATED 01D IEBH WHISKEY,!  At "DkNOUVION & KURTZ.  Jed at reasonable rates.  (ery.  Barkorvjlle, May 5.1869,  Next door to Cunlo's Brew  lm  ST. JOHN'S DAY CELEBBATION.  SALE  Masonic Hall nt'Barkorvillo and JmUdtotlon tf OJgg  for tho ensuing year will take place u iu ������jel3  xtul at another tiwc ttiey say vou  shall   nol BPI^r?nrS''Wf,01��������� "n.taWrott In t.],e GORNIS  ������be������ pteeiseljr a similar question is atWej.ir^'Mut^ Wvl?^'..!- ^K_?iMF  ������������������B������������������������i___:j������,���������tj__ t������������   MlXKK- I_____-____________;^.    ���������^W1CKH������'-  fa.rn.  CORNISH  or  EARKEUvn/LE, June 18tb3 lSfil}.  Office, justify it ; but -the Grown  revenues!  . T,     Tr   , __ '  BILLIARD TABLE FOR SALE  ^//1m?rTh-������S*/r;itcbiDA0Q;s Pack train offilTOR.sAT.K, chbap,. fuii^tc. Zckftbuua���������  ieiu3y at������rer_iOon. ^ . " '  JU jc9 lm  SELLIiSIG    OFF !  InriHB BALANCE OF THE STOCK OF L. f���������^  IJ. :   at Richflelfl,. comprising- ^ocencs, r        ^  3. A NO,  Que8n?.l.  [Clothing, Hard ware, &o.", &c.     Also,  ^������ ^ wl,jch  Lot,    The House has two rooms^and a ^V'^ar round.  Itin  Ah  ffh  jl������reroi6ef; -.'..-OT*;,*' '������������������  ���������  ESS  1  lit  11  I  .���������������  ���������I  ���������I  Ml  111  lit  E__(_l������  iJ^^^^MMi^Smta  Special to the " Cariboo Sentinel;"  .  ��������� yymipfi  ryWn^m  Mnsgrov>*present  land, has been appointed Governor of British,  Colnmtjia. '?"*$ will i|arfii^^i.a^/or.;'th!8!  colony."; '"        '  "������������������'���������     .--��������� t\-' ' f  Mr Walker contended that in order to' have]  brought up this case on a nointfbf law it was  necessary/ to,haveflrawn tlie attention'of the!  (Gold .Commissioner to what was considered!  Improper evidence when -the question was an]  jthe ;jower court, and to have given notice oil  appeal'thereon; but as the casenow came  into court there���������wasmo...point of law at all on!  which to claim, the'right,,of ;appeaU   Tlie  - 5?^XG' Brevities���������The Barker co. washed  up 9^o^'on Wednesday-and the Foster-)  Campbell 55_? oz; ������ Glearihue & Co have'com-  "^enceiL: to run a: tunnel: under the wagon-  road, near the mouth of Stout gulch, to workf  the ground onihe left of; the; bridge,'f Some]  Wto-haye..^^  the; Moraing .Star cd;*si ground, below  the  town., ;Oa :j^&t^uiefe^i^a-ll^tal6'^%tlp  " A ;i'ew  '.to the  Combs  Mrs J. Seiiay: was.drowned mis,morning  by; the upsetting of that -ferry ^w^onQui^  nei river.'   Three men were  at the time.    ff. ffflTf  SUPREME COURT OF OTB;MAINLANDJ  I chose, witnesses Avhb?e; evidence;: was riot;: dts^  ^h0.1aw-ai8tinctly  idecisi on jo f a GoldCoin missio.ri er u po n! matters  of;facfcshall be. finaland conclusiye^  appeal' sh all; 1 ie there f ro ni;; ^HhM^\i&JJ^s\a.-.  iii re had; though t At ad vis able, phiSen t, neces"'���������  also in theT boatH*$7'i ProPer������XJbshfpnd1 wise tbat;thereisliouId  be ��������� no appeal on niatters of fact; and be was  b bund to go by the la wi wh i ch, was very cle a r  on that po irit., He did no t ch o ose ��������� to run  cbacli and four th rough the Ordi n a rice, tho ugh  tt ra ight be' open to'su ch ah act.!>" It was best  uTB- Beoiub. Chief Jnstfc cy presiding.  of the .Floyd  102'bz^was taken  . rpspect Bas'; beep  rjtrnek by the Indian Queen co. on GonkliW  gulch., fThej^Montezuma co. have suspended]  pperatfruS|_tfr a'time: The -McDowell coJ  have got^own to; gravel in tlieir shaft and  Htrncfca^littje prospect. ��������� This Jboks. like^i  confan nation of the channel from the Fc! ix  andWhitelPihe co."s ground; ��������� Oil. Lightning:  Greek operations a re. being, vigorously pushed.!  th6 hglr: n o t!i ing; o r im p or tan ce is rep orte d. A  eonstderable%umber, of men are at work, and  __ia^V..--s!c]aima!>'aro.,, takiricr: out gold in places'  to 6bey;the;law.  ^n^snAYrgune^  His Lordship^^ An agreement hadf^  Court at Eicbfield at;irm^^^  ing persons were sworn iff as Grand ^rors;fl0^  ' "* -"-"*'���������*-     r  "- dividend'dedlaredilan  lower court, arid: wh^^^  basis of appeal,.was^vliea^  in-Sclaim ?and?recei ve? wage^  IHlast;< reported,^.The;Flame;co;,up toyester-  Eu.LDim���������The building of-stores and improvement of those already built in Barker-  yille,: show that conBdence ia. the future of  Canboo^ is as firm as even One has just  been fi nished andya few others are pro^ress-  ing toward completion. The .gold .sphere,  and business and merchandise come to its '  neighborhood, though not. in proportion to  what tho country, is capable of en"-a"in.f  were its resources even moderately cdevef*  oped. ...  The   Fire  Brigade   Apparatus.���������Messrs;-':  Adams & Pearcy are rivetting the' iron pipea  to bo laid ou the hill to connect WiuYthe cisterns.   The cisterns arc finished, with "the   ,  exception   of  the   caultung, which  can bo  quickly  done.'  No   information . respecting  the hose ordered in California has been  received  lately, and' it is not known when.it  may be expected to arrive;.' ���������' * :  CfiAXCE roa Ba rgain'S^-Mr.. Wm._Rennie has  [just received a large increase to his stock of  boots, which ho will sell at unusually low  prices, having bought them at the lowest  rates. Those who do not purchase ready-  made boots, and who wish a'first-class .boot  where-fthey ��������� are���������.riot'���������.seen..;-.v;-"0_'e Discoveryflcombining neatness, strength and durability,  (DnnM|) claim had commenced to was^ the same from Mr R.; who con*-  tinues making hoots to order.  .:;'XyXWiXf^Mm  .:   ���������    '    c.-~.'������,'������.i".r..>'W,vv,  .    ::;���������;���������; : ���������'������������������'���������-���������������������������; A-  ;. ''I^-fy..*  ' ." ';"*'C-l,'-  , Win.Meachem^Felix^ufelderf^  heimer, J. Wart,.0.M Jones;> G. Grant; fcS,  Tliompsbn, James Wickham, Thds. BriggSt J.  H; Todd, Wm. Davison, L. G. Coombs, K.  Brown, J. 0. Floydf QT. Iiamberfev j.Folmere;  0. HanUin, H. Havelock, R. Wf W. Garrall,^,  DeNouvion, L.Tbwing,-J3.Dewdney.  .   J.S. Tbo mpson was chosen foreman."      ;  His Lordship in. his . addressffald 16 >the  Grand Jury that although the piisorier against  whom, tbo . only criminal indictment was  brought before them had escajiedj. it was adr  visable to proceed 'in the;usi^armanner and  bring in a bill or no'bitl, as.'if.,*:,t^f^;fpnrnl;p  true bill against ijim.;.lie cou\df ,1)6 ;put ������������������ upon  his trial before a jury whenever found."/ '  . Tbe(:;Gramlv Jurv; after;having.considered  the in'dictmeht.'found a^ true:: b'i 11 against Jesse  Pearce for ma usl an gh ter, liav i ng ca use: d( .t h e|  {U'Mh of Wm. Philips., Some ^moreindict-!  in en is w e re, p rese n ted to h is 1 o r dsh ip, wh en  lis inquired whether tbe Grand Jury had received intelligence, of the death o'f^Gprernor  Heymour. Tb e foremau ' rep lied th at ;they  hr.d, and had decided to send, by felegraph.,  to Mi'3 Boynjour a message-of. coiid.pleneef ._  His lordship then a dj 6 urn ed the Court until  next day/ : ���������   " '"' ^     \y '"..   ������������������."._������������������   ���������'.'.  "���������"- '.'THURsnAty'Junen.;^  The Grand Jitry . brough t". in trite bills .on  the indictmen Is against 1"��������� I_ip3ett,: A. Welti on J  F. J. Barnard aiid.Chun KeeV TliO; bills!  againstLtpsctr,. Barnard and Chiiu Kee charge  those parties \vith iiuisahce in having; their  buildings proje_tis)z '��������� bhyond tric 1 ine of the;  s tree t in 15 ar k e r vi I le.' T h e: C h i ef J us t ice, a t  ieqiiestof coiiusel, -postponed the cbnsider-  tttiun of these cases until"'Tuesday in order to  allow tbe parties concerned time ;t.o prepare  ' for (\ofence. In the case o f Weldoii, ��������� w ho was'  indicted for endangering the town in having;  large quantities of, firewood piled about iii  .diIferen fc places, thus ,iiicreasi ng the dangers!  of conflagration, he thought it;\vas adyisabje|  to proceed at once. After sorae^discnssioi_d  however, tbe whole of4he.bills were laid overi  until Tuesday next - ���������  . Hon. G.:: A.- WalUemi. pnf behalf. of ^ the!  Grown, applied to have.the bonds estreated  pf the two 'Kl botch men', ^defaulting witnesses!  in the case of Jesse Pearce, charged with  manslaughter.  Wiluam Crekk Bedrock Flume Co. vs.  Fon.WAtu) Co.���������When this case \vas'called,-Mr  walker and Mr Park.-oh behalf of appellants!  and respondents respectively, announced  l>at the matter had been settled out of court.!  G,\LSU5R AXO OTHERS VS. SaWMIU, Co.  receipt of wages constituted a dividend.  ''- Mr,' Barnstp n,, for, resp on den tfl^co ate nded  thatV>vheVe^ shareholders; paid themselves  ivages ou t o f the p roceeds of th e cl aim I? elVire  paying wages for labor done by other parties.  not shareh o 1 ders, i t was real ly ad i vi den d.  [and they became liable to pay according to  the agreemeni;mkuC  To this the Judge answered that a.debtor  !h as a right to pay any of h is credi toirs-in ibid u t rega rd to "prio r i ty ���������; tl mt i f t b ^, com pan y  h ad ;.n o t em p loy ed sh areb o Id ers to wo rlc. th ey  must have employed somebody "else ;; t_?at  the payment of wages, to shareholders' wa.  not a dividend; that wages are payment in  respect of .labor, 4ind a dividend is payment  |in respect of capital y that honest workmen  in: tbe cl aim have .as good a righ t to bo paid  [as well as the-owner pfV capital; i Two agreements, said the Judge, had been made���������pne.  that ^tbe contractors' should, he paid h\ifore  !the first di v idend sh all have been dec !a red  'and the second^ that they should: be paid  day had no t wash ed up.   A fe w returned BTgl  Benders have gone; out to prospect, beyond)  the mountain range on the north side 'of the  ifeadows, where they obtained good pros-l  pects some years ago.   Wc understand that]  the Stout Guich co.'s will not construct the  ditch to connect with thc Flume co.'s ditch  without a guarantee that they will be constantly supplied with  water.   The Flume co.l  will stop hydranlicin^ on Monday next.   Th  Barker co. had another wash-up yesterday  when they obtained 50 oz.   The White Pinel  ^continue to *get pay, and the Felix ground  feboks a little better.  .' Drogghtt.���������The prospects for good crops|  this year are* very poor.on aU those farms  where a supply of water is not available.  Droughty weather has shrivelled the young)  plants, and it will especially be hard upon  many ofthe new settlers who have contracted]  debts for a start, and relied upon this year'si  crop tor the wh ere w*i thai to. discharge them.  ivhcnt;the.; first dividend^w '>!*e the miner, entirely  [ho ' doubi 'that the two. agree me nfe'^wlitc. httdepend upon the Jail of;" rain ;fbr the supply  claimed  by the Sawmill company.!  ���������aa been ejected therefrom, and damages to  ^amount of S000 had been awarded lo the  ���������awiiiiil co.  if!,   f the^ ������������-"W������itliHl to a trial in  deL wi i������" 'lh1 R!ouml tIlIlt improper evi4  ������uioe had been admitted ' s  in the case while in  JJB ower coun,because five of the witnea5esll)aymenfc' ������nS an ^wuUon M  Know edge ot the facts as tn ih������ ������,,-.������������������ ~fHauy time.   .     , ,  were-v^ry vaguely drawn,, we re ;-.i ii tended,>��������� to  exprcss the same 111ing, ahd Ahe real questlon  b efo re Ui e: c on rt w as, w h et h e r w h en", the re-  $poirdent-:.unac'rto6lc to- do lhe work ho .intend ed to.agree to wait utUiI a d i v"dend came  out. of the., claim.������������������^::Tbe\Gold CommLssionci'  had ordered th at ; pay men t - shou 1 d b e. made  because a dividend had. been declared. He  came to the samo.; coucInsion as ��������� tbe Go 1 d  Commissioner, ibut in;a dirTerent way. Hi?  (the Chief Justice) view was that no diyidend  had b een d eel ar e d, aii d that p a y men fc sh pu _ d  be made because there appeared to be no  time - fixcd f 6r, pay menfc:: This, of conrse.  would,besutyec^t^ on that  p6tntff^^T"i'-f]-A^:'"T''-:: .  . - Jlr Walkem then called" Mr^fcLean, foreman of the company- and::Mr.Meacliam^vOac  of the contractors, who both agreed ia 'esttiTyr  in g t b at be fore the work was . ;un d er take ii it  was distinctly,stateci-and: understood that i  should be paid for when the claim paid over  and above expenses  .:;.;Me!tedy?; sworn���������Said he was not at any of  Sie race ti ngs w 11 e ri th e agree men t w as d rawn:  that he; had wanted toleave as ho was too  poor to wait for bis money; that Mctean did  apt exactly insist upon his remaining at work  but coaxed him -to do so ; that he said il  would be all right���������he would see him through:  that he had entered into the agreement before  the court; had signed it over the windlass :  didn't expect any money before it came out  of the ground ; the understanding was thai  he was to be paid before a dividend was  made.-. ,  v    ,,  His Lordship decided that payment should  be made according to the agreement, which  exempted  the shareholders from individual  responsibility,  but did  not stale the time ol  and an execution against the joint  it be issued at  acts as to tho question ofl11^  boundary.  thorn ST' for resP^^nta, submitted that  lnu^������ n? appeil1' beca"S(i tie suit in  fact. C������Urt waa ^tirely a question of  Olitf10^*^1130"??,11 ensilcd between- the  the cit ^������i ?"? Mr Walkem na to whether  penStlv i!ld- b,e ,appcaled' His lordship  J^&tenrtfh* right to appeal in this  HouTtouLTURAT..���������Ordinary garden vege  tables have thriven well this season about  Barkerville. In one patch below the town  we notice green pea vines a foot -high*' and  lettuce, radishes, etc., have been brought to  rreat perfection.' One enthusiastic hortacul  fcurist has a few potato .plants, winch  of; waterj and the result is barrenness^ Where;!  ho wevet\ the! far in ers have frohi / the first ire-l  i ed n poa. ir riga' tio n and have di tcbes to. -au p.-  ply them with water, there wilt be little, difA  jferehce between this year's crop and the:la_tli  because .pniy^in a.;f^  sources.' ;of .Slipply be. '.o_ affected ...by,  thei  | wea th er as. to le cv e the far in ��������� w i thou t so me, at  least, of tb._ nourishing moisture.: Altogether  jthe ci;r.p will not.be so jarge as that of .last  ear;  but: i f ���������. it. be TA,rue, as has been stated. I  ^'thatthere.is.yet;a very large supply of flbuij  in the colony, we need "not apprehehd any  lactual necessity for foreign supplies.  Melaxcholy. AccibeN'T���������A -telegram to the  [Sent in el auri ounces the death by drowning  of Mrs.X Senay by the Upsetting o{ the ferry  boat in the; Qiiesriel River. It is presumabk>  that the uiiforturiate lady is. the wife of.Mr. J:  IT; Senay/ one, of;,the. proprietors of the  [Colonial Hotiel,Soda Greek.. She was married  to Mr Senay otV the Tlth August, last year, iii  Victoria. Her maid en, name was Miss Annie  Wail., "Mr "Senay will have -the. cod doling  ijmpatliies of ult wlib know him.  Goons . ON Tri j.' WAT.���������Garc i a"s pack trai n  Heft Yale for-William creek on the. 31st ult.  witb gbods^for 0. Strouss. Bernard's fain  left same day,; with goods for J.. C.^ Beetly  Dominique's train, and Leon's train, witb  !<roods for F. Manetla. and G. Strous,  \eft on  looK  KJf1<?nBd tha riSbt to appeal in thisias agreeable as though.they wore at home in  SSI fr0m/i,e law" ���������* iialstratedhisionld Ireland. If future jmmm ������wfc ytojurn  ^c^ by, .p?feprio������ to numerous otherimild as the present, the richest olaim a man  m w^h an appeal was denied,  |saine day. Swan & Fenny*s train, for Van  [Winkle, witlrgoods for Lindhart, ler������t Yale on  I the 1st inst. Joyette's train left Yale on the  3d, with goods for J. P. Taylor aud 0.  BStrouss.. '������������������"yfi  NoTrci?������^Mr. 0. McCallnni bas reopened  jusiness in the store next above the Hank ol  * ish Columbia, where be has a large as-  Goo ds, comprising Fants.  N^ck-Ties   and  other ap-  J.ot   of. *best  Frcticli   and  Mr.   McO.   continues   his  tailoring business, and makes Pants to order.  and of the be?', material.   He sells his goode  heap and for cash. *  A CiuNGK, Ixdeet).���������Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, by tho last express, con  tains a portrait and a biographical sketch oil  Hon. Oscar tf. Dunn, Lieutenant-Governor o!  Louisiana, a colored man. Leslie says the  office sought the man, and not thc man the  office. A most remarkable change must  have come over the LouisiB nana*  srn  sortnient of Dry  Shirts,   lira we rs,  Iparcl.    Also,   a  English Tweeds.  ^ Trie Best Coffer.���������In-order to obtain a  jfi.rst-class coffee, it is necessary to 6ecurethe  [very best berries, and to roast them accord-  ling to the most approved method. This is  [done by Wilson; & Rickmax, Fort Street,  jVictorla. who are prepared to furnish, for  jcash, Coffee that never fails to elicit tho.ap-  jprobation of those who use it. *  Dedication���������DonH forget to attend the  [dedication service of the;Rev. MrDerrick to-  Imorrow. .When we had no ministers or  [churches in Barkerville we thought ourselves  somewhat aggrieved at tbe neglect of the-  Christian world, and. now that wc have them  let us show ourselves worthy of them by  giving respectful attention and substantial  [encouragement.   They well deserve both.  "The Law's Delay."���������Yesterday a.case  jcarae before the County Court, when.it had  to be postponed on account of some inform-  Jalifcy in .tl.c. official .documents, which had  lo een returned from Lytton. . This is.the  second time the same case has been postponed  through a technical blunder. The papers are  to be sent back to Lytton to correct,the error.  From Cam form a���������Three men arrived on  [Thursday from tbe northern part of California  [via" Oregon and TCootonay on horse. They'  karted first for .Kootenay,.arid on the way  pet some parties returning from there dis-  [appointed, whereupon they concluded to  'come to Cariboo. .      * ...  F&ssii Butter. ��������� Messrs. DeNouvion &  Kurtz are receiving by every fast express  quantities of the finest fresh butter, put up in  rolls, to suit the demand. The colonial butter, at this season of the year, is acknowledged to be superior to any imported but*  ter. ...*  The Focrth of July.��������� Our American  cousins intend to celebrate Independence  Day, aud bave subscribed about.$400 for the .  purpose. A pyrotechnic, display will be  i^iven, the necessary material having been  already ordered.  Express.���������A dispatch was received from  Quesnelmouth last night stating tbat the ex*  press might be expected to arrive here this  morning, it having started from the Mouth ���������  about nine o'clock,'p. m. The return express will leave at six o'clock this evening.  Dominion Day.���������A public meeting ofthe  subscribers to. the Dominion Day fund was  held.in the theatre on Thursday evening*  committees were appointed to carry out the  programme agreed upon, which will be published'to-day.. *��������� ;,��������� ;  The atri cal��������� Th e,, a ma ten rs announ c e that  they will give a per formance. at;, the Theatc*;,  to-night.   A good entertainment may be expected,   several  careful   rehearsals  having  been given to the pieces selected.  Administrator.���������The telegram whi oh nn-  n o u need the death of Go ve rn b r Sey m o ur al so  stated  that  the  Hon. IV Han kin, Colonial .  Secretary, had assumed the administration of  the government.  j*_3* Fell's Coffee has now stood the test  or the last eight years, has superseded entirely thei reported -Chartires Coffee, and is .  now'kept and sold by all respectable dealers   .a,  Poroixe���������Glorious  times are in prospect  for Chinatown.   Ah Hog & Co. yesterday ar*  iyed In Barkervilie with a drove of hogs  from the porcine counties.  Removal���������Dr Chipp announces that he has.  removed to his newly-built store, opposite  the Bank of British Columbia.  ��������� *..  ^m^i  S2S  DIED/  On tha- 14th inst., at Rich Gold, British Columbia^  FratJOi? Eleanor, the daughter of F, v, Loe, aged 8  riavs.  m  lm������'  M9R_8X__Q_w' SONG  Of the "Dominion Boys" w British Columbia.  Air,���������Tramp I Tramp!  "Come, boys, let"* sing a song ;  For the day itwon't be long, .     ;  When united to our country we will oe ,  Then the ������ Maple Leaf������ cntwmed,  And the "Beaver,*' too, combined  r________s___-:  a______ss^  ��������� between}  __������___________������������'**'*  AILBY'S Hotel,  Langley .Street,  %j   open for the accommodation  < ..__*_���������_������__������__.  (the Table aud Beds are kept in tho usual satiafoctor^  ss*ylc- __________   : ���������  T. PRICE,   -  TAILOR,   GOVEKNMENT  STREET,   VICTORIA.-  Orders from up-country punctually attended, to.  EROHTANT.TAILOR  -     ,VA1l������nn__   ��������� v     *A  WWo$inguna fla. tha.i float ������Pon������Dai_ielson's Bridge,; Qties-  Tramp i the New]  f  0  *  the sea.  Chorus:: ;;Tramp! Tramp I  Dominion,  _������ow is knocking at tbe door,  So, good bye, dear Uncle bam,  '���������:-: As we do not care a clam  ;. For your-Greenbacks or your bunkum  '   any more.  With your Alabama claims,  And your other little games, ������  You thought "Old John' would gladly ��������� Ietj  i.        us go;     / .  And tbo' Bright may be your friend.  That's a game that has an end, ��������� ���������- ���������  1 .When you tread.upon the British Lion-stoe.J  Chorus:   Tramp I Tramp! &c.  Then, boys, fill a. bowl,  And let each jolly soul       '.';,���������._,   ,  "Labour*7 as he never dared to do  ioerore.j  And here's to thee, Sir Jobn,  .Whom wo "go our pile upon."      #  .And  tbe "Conjuration*' knocking at the]  door.  Chorus; ffframpl Tramp! Tramp! the New!  Dominion,  , .    -      Now is knocking at the door,  r- .  .'    And, please God, before 'tis long,  We will sing this little song...  With tbe country tbat is knocking-at thej  door.  nel  River-;  ���������CHARLES  TUN1ELSON   desires,yto   inform  and others that" tht| wharf Street,  LOWE   BROS.,  importers  and  Commission   Merchants,    Insurance!  Agents, etc.,  Victoria, V. I.  for good feed throughout.  Itainment at the bridge.  Barnard's Exprep^ /  SEYBNI  THROUGH 'TO  VICTORIA  DAYS I  IN-  R.  ROBERTS,  Tailor, {Successor to,IS. Read.) Governs-.utj  Street, Victoria.-.. -;  \;>'.f  Orders a it tended to with .cr.ro nnd despnt oh. f���������;  T.   SHOTBOLT^   :;  Dispensing Chemist and Drue-gist.    Importer of Eiig  lish .Drugs, Chemical?, Pau-nt Medicines and  r������rfumcry, Vic toria, V. I.   ���������  Orders from tho up-country punctually attended to  Way 1. 1S69. 6m  D.   SPENCER,  jlmporter of Books,  Stationary,  aiid   Fancy: Foreign)  j Manufactures',.  I   ��������� FORT STREET, VICTORIA, B. C.  JMayl, 1S69. ti  EXPRESS   NOTICE.  . an the W day t**j___ k*_ ox the FIESTJ|Pac___iLg, Bag Making, etc,  IU   and loth day of each month thereafter  Barnard's  YATES STREET,  AS .on hand, andis cons^ntlv r_o-i^ '       '"-  .__ assortment of CLOTH,   Ca&I?���������^- a "ar_8  INGS, which he J* pruparod to nll^KESaudYE������ f  most approved styles. makc **?>9rd-er \^i  ������������������ ; :! : ''   '���������    ���������  :"yy ifakfi  FELL   &.   FINLAYSON,  X  |Tea and Coffee Salesmen-  Fort street, Victoria,.V.I. ,  For rates of Freight and P^^^^^^^oy,  Mayl9. ' Agent, Bark.erulie  ROBERT   BURNABY  LAND AGENT, Etc., '  UOVBRNMK.\T StkKKT, .VICTORIA,��������� V. I  I   All business carefully and punctually *ftended to  |May I, 1868, ���������  llw^^wai'*^'"MM������M>������������W������llMM_________^_^a>^-___  .YALE ADVERTISEMENTS.   ~~1  Coffee!  Coffee!! Coffee!!;!  MISCELLANEOUS  Express  *       : Will despatch  A FAST FREIGHT "TEAM FROM YALE;  Making the trip to Barkerville in about 14 days.  Until further notice,  RATES   OF   FREIGHT  THE undersigned announces that he packs Goods in!  Victoria for tl i e Up pe r Ou n t ry, an d man u fa c I u res j  I Ra gs. for Mills, Merc ha n is. and Farm o rs. AH kl nd$ j  pt' Machine Sewing done. Orders prompt J v attendee  [to;  ��������� : , I). KAUFMAN,  April 24, 1SC9, 3m        .������     Vates St.   Victoria.;  iBy these teams, on all parcels of 50 lbs. and up war oj^  will be s  25 Cents per 1"b-,  exclusive of Road Tolls, *  Mr. Louis TJlbacu, an eminent French journalist, was recently fined 300 francs Tor stating that the name  Napoleon   was  derived  from two Greek words which signified hangman;     .The   Public   Minister   thought   tbe  sentence was light, and appealed against it  - to the Imperial Court.   The result is tbat M  Uibach's fine has been raised .to  500 francs,  and, in addition, he is to suffer sis months  imprisonment.  A fact tbat hints explanation of probablj  many mysterious firee, was discovered iu repairing a room in  a block  in   Greenfield,*"!  Mass.   In tearing On ihe  Found   tbat   the beat   from  twenty-eight inches below  ��������� burned a hole, through the  .the fire"bad then gone out for want oi air  The Princess Louise, daughter of Queen'  Victor"?, is to be married on the 27th of J"lyiTYm'\r_T������tci,n+     +n  next, to the Prince Royal of Denmark.   Tbisi11^01 ta,i-^    >__  will   leave  the Queen only one unmarried"  daughter, the Princess Beatrice.  Mr.. Thornton,   tbe   British   minister   in  "Washington, has intimated that any further  consideration of the Alabama claims must be!  commenced on the part of the Government  of the United States.  IHenry Nathan, Ji\, & Co. J  Importers and Gcrcral Commission Merchants.  [A large assortment ol Dry Goods. Liquors, and Gro-J  ceries constantly on hand.  iWh.v,;'Street, - ...        Victoria, V. I.I  .jlay 1,1809.        3m  DUCK   &.   SANDOVER,  Wagon and Carriage Makers,      .  [Blacksmiths, etc., Government St., Victoria, between}  Johnson and Cormorant Streets, west side.. -.  [Orders from the app^r country solicited and attended]  |. to witb tij>_������atei;.  iMayl.lSGO. <^m  BAUI.OW desires to inform the people of the  ; interior and tipper couuir'r. that having oV  uincd the necessary maclnnerv and tinware, he te  tnO\v prepared to furnish a first class quality of Coffee  roasted, prepared and put up in tins,- according to tb������  latest approved scientitic principles, and warrants ft  to bo superior to any other.  Groceries, Dry Goods, Tinware, ciottiin. ; Gardea  Field and other Seeds, English and Colonial.  Yale, May 1,1869.  [FORT    YALE   HOTEI.  Front Street, Yale, British Columbia.  [HpHlS house has excellent accommodation for Tra������:  |.L ��������� ���������yellers.    Good beds, superior fare, and the best'  jot Liquors at the Bar.     Stabling for animals ; Ha.  |and Oats at the lowest rates.  May 1,18t5^.    u     Kl 1,1.1 V & LANE, Proprietors. ; \  ..-ii. i.ii  .���������___.___-____���������_______������M__t_________������������������������ n i _. _<_n.w^__i ^ '���������  \SFAV WESTMINSTER ADVERTISEiil'NT.S1  H. W, SMITH,  Orders from up-country carefully attended to.  ;itay 1 ���������. 1S0_������_; -.. ���������:V ��������� ������������������: .       ; '  6m  AXDKEW ABTRICpv Proprietor.  '[���������������������������" y:y..' .... Cur;  FHO M A^ WA [.SH, :Tailor, -*3f ew. Wes tmiustcr, B.(j.^  ' .ClOthlpg inadeUi Order at, modem te rates. ���������, .AUj  befays on ha nd, English and Oregon Cloths.    Qrder.  [from the up*country l attended to.���������.. with;;care. aal.-.  H^patoh. ���������_. . "f  .  Taders  i LL FREIGHT CONSIGNED TO J. G. 'SEEDY,  A. Yale, B. C., will he forwardnd lo any part of  the Colony, on the most rsasonable terms, frC* ������������ commission. AGENTS:  Millard & Beedy, 1 ��������� Benouvion & Kuriz;. \  Victoria. / Barkerville,,..;:;/  Barkerville, April 17th, 1S69.  There are 729 convicts in San Quentin.  of!  whom 478 are foreign horn, and 251  natives  or   the   United States.    Among the foreign-  born are 7.6 Chinamen.  An attempt is being made to get together  a team, of efficient "\Yelsh volunteers, and  to  obtam   permission   for    them    to    compete  against; the English, Scotch and Irish Twen-i  ties m .the. International -EnUeld   match  TvimblGton.  at?  . On the recent celebration of the fiftiethl  anniversary of the Pope into the priesthood I  lhe Catholic Bishop of Montreal presented'  his . Holiness with $50,000, ali of which was1  raised in Canada.  There are at the present time over .900 per  eons confined in the Insane Asylum at Stock-]  ton, California.  a ��������� tke Field Again!  STOVES!~STO VES !  ADAMS & PEAE'%Y,  BARKERVILLE,  Have on hand aohoice selection of  CASTTRON CbOKiNQ STOVES  SHEET COPPEK, Z1C!;  TIN   PLATE   AND   SHEET  IBOnI  With various other articles in theirlineor trade.  /lST Al) Jobbing in the tin Shwi t��������� <���������.���������  ainolruao attended to, and"^^^ ���������*  E. WATSON,  J ATOHMAKER,    JEWELLER    A XP ".EN-  i J .. Frf rer'  Govern men t s f p_*i t;. n ex t to .1 hi!  fc i. N ? o b ol a s. Hote I; Vic to r ia, V; I.     en ronb'rn ��������� I  ters a n fl Wn te h*:3. cl s-anfti I, repa J red ..anil wa rran to (J. I  Kvery de^enptien of Jewellery made to bnlcr. ���������    Plain!  ���������pri Ornamentat Engraving neattv executed. -  _____!_'18G9- '        '"������������������������������������ ;'-'-0mv  M  G. C GEROW,  CABRIAG-E   AND    VTAGON ' BUH. DER,  ��������� - Corner Government and Pandora Street?  w_,        i East side. Victorid. V: j_,  I Executes orders for every rlescrfptlon of vchlcln.    A  ^SiQ^loSson''Vfni or^-*������ns alw^y* onhund,  wiay x, j.������b9.- ���������      Cheap for Cash. ���������;:���������:���������,       :  Mfiiers5  Pro-v-isibn  Store,;  X,X.,1 X.BARKERV"ILLIi; v - -���������*  . .i Next ODook t6 Sentinel Office.     '-  4 T th is Bs IA b 1 ish m en t will n IVayi he found a well;  ix cclcctOil.attd varied assortment oftae .  [freshest groceries & provision;  IN CARIBOO.       X   a    Ti  few  Cm  A.   CASAMAyOTJ^ 1  ���������Y>rholesale Dealer in���������  Groceries,   Provision������_I  Havana Cigars, and Fre n cli FreServes.  <TN  Yates Street,  Victoria, W_.. B. C"  [t'iU'.t jnn.  nod  give satis-  Never out   of  tlie ������i__d~.  T  so  A young woman in Chicago has Invented  a new branch of female usefulness.   She ad-!  vertises  that;-she will  '-'give lessons in eU-!  qnette and the way of conversing with la(lieg__r.i  , to any young gentleman who does not feel atfSlieet and Cast IrOTI Rtmrnc*  ease in  the society   of   the   opposite   sexl"  mv   m _ mrT n    ������^5bT,0VeS  ;; Tirtion  to  lovers extra."   She makes a spc-  ^:.ciali.y,of.proposal3 in various forms. b . n TfmnTV��������� ,  'f   '"'-A; ��������� ��������� A IA JOBBING   WORK  TV  'NY  y^rtheSpnnhh triumvirs; Marsh'al Serrano&ptneSsZila^^?aat*Pl������* ������SWSI  affects republican simplicity in his mode  0fW^^ ^ l0 giv'e ^Uro  si  life j -he has refused to have a iuard of nonor|i_rrt ^ n  Rationed io front ;of. bis palace, and displaysl^^ U-WarOj   Iroil   &   RfA������_l  ge. utmost affability in- his intercourse wifehi 22   ppAPdmrT   ������^������1J  ^f^a.i ������jB A^ARbON _. BEfjR  & SHEET IR0H.  ITHOS.   WILSON   &  CO.j  Importers of English Merchandise, !  WHOLESALE   AND    RETAIL,  l^Sinw3trG^^^^BH Kinds of Dress Mate!  ^i^^^^i^^^- -nd  and a jzo.mrM iimorlmvut ot  Staple- Uoads.  .M ^; Ji}lrec'P,>\*lD*1 Tapestry Ca',  "'���������������������������> j uxt rec^ivx'ii.  IaLSO-A good selection of Clot hi ^j^jjjji ^/  1 and Crockery: i Best;brands of TObaccp,��������� ������������������:.,;  .   Medicinesj.etc., etc,       =i .  'Best Java CoHeo Bbaslod'and' Ground DAILT.y  [aXIJ 06������iW..MfttAT LOWEST RATIS,  '     The BAR isTdliy suppHcd ^^t^i?^ f  ���������y- -Havana Cigars, =Wines anO Liquors.      ., v  JI trttst by itrfct/attcnt ion -%^^^^  tauare dealing, to merit a <*���������*X? :  lei'twnage herotofore extended to.me.  A large lot oi mVWOOtPB celebrated BAC0M.  for salefftt a very low figure, ��������� m  Feb. 20, I860.  nix Brewery  COPT'BR.  An invoice of good  Mfifion  KClB���������.���������'"g' G���������������<^ Stree,, Victoria, B. C |^__: "' ���������  * *   . ft --_ ____��������� _r_������_  R    &    SON,  am  I^OHDOlsr   HOUSE.  .   GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA.  WHOLESALE  ins people. Topete, a rather dull sort of man l  is taciturn and haughty; while Prim, the idol  of the I rogressists, likes to display the pomp  and splendor of royalty. w  HOS.,  HARNESS FOR SALT.   BaxIce*"V'lW  A.N B  J. H. TURNER &  RET.AI.tl  CO,.  i_r  i. T5������'-?r?wo!* Government has ordered  WiredL thousand Remington  united btales. ������  9  one.  rifles from thei  CEIE  my2C  s  "HISSBY,  ;U D*NOUVIOX & KURTZ.  lilPOItTBRH Off  ���������'  ^Dglwh  and Freiich Silks, Shawls, Dresses  Underclothing, Gloves, and every  description of Drapery Goods.        r,  J3If  ia PanamHl  crs."5_i  ���������iff' RICHFIELD,    'A!^  Alfio, fIOKSI^t0^lNG:_____r���������--~^ff  |^n  Tolkenhurg^     ���������'  ftil^Mm BUTCHER^ ^  !_���������mKEEyiLi^SL  MOSQUITOCBBBK-        ^  m hand.  anada.  future h  roject  tates.  ���������The J  erms >v  ihe   cot  jjfonndla  ^re to b  found! a  A. Oh  *ori; fbo  ake-tl  Aiaban  |h"s fall  ipzrry o  ' __r*on m  ^ievett  '-^f^������ng the  I 4M_F    'Bu  _SM5������Ala"bar  tlSfecal  ���������Welf. n  :^^������ire to  'ttHwaiDis  ���������B|'ou9lr  ��������� tfXd, Mtiation  fc^W.   Ten  r������^XI_i'fiinoi,a  '___l___i______f ���������  |,\^^������adoptt  'liwB^-i tl  jp������jiiBi,co"������o

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