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 Barkerville, William Greek, B.C.j Saturday, June 8, 1872:  OTE CMIBOO SENTINEL  Published every Saturday by  ROBERT     H 0 L L 0 W AY..,  Subscription,  -��������� -  5 0 Cents per Week.  ttUSlS OF ADVt������lVriSIK'G.<  For one square (one incl������), first-Insertion,   .   $3  " ,4    ._���������'..- one month,   ���������   ���������     5  'For two squares, 'tirsti insertion,     -   -'. -   -     5  ������   ;.* -     -_,*-.* ��������� .  oncmonUi, ���������  ���������������������������������������������-  -';���������'" $  Agents for the *:*.Cariboo Sentinel.1*1:  ���������Quesnclmontlu  '8ndn (/reck,.,'  Ci iii ton,    -  Yale..   .........  ������.N<���������-'v Westn. jhs ter,;  Vict������rht,   - ' .'*-.  !.. P.. Fibber, if.  'Bt.in'& Co.,'."!  ! &������������������'ssiwuti   '-- ff  ��������� :   Barn:tnl'f* Express.  Barnard's Expre������������  ;���������;'-'.    Hamar*Ps Express  do, <li>-  J(3w Murray \  -      ���������  .. Mr Webster.  ��������� . Sari _>.iuei������co  " - . - San Friiiiclsco  30 Corah ill,' 2_oti������Uih_JE.C  : :VHJ_ uARinOG SENTINEL  JOB FRISNJTING OFFICE.  &��������� ���������  11ar t)������, C������ ircu.1 n r*. P^sI <������rs a n <1 V ro gram m es for  ;!B Ol������ and Theatrical Entertainments fff.  jR^*Cteciiteil;?vitl) neiitnespanddi8patch.������_0__f;  .-���������������������������.Terms moderate...     .'    ���������  i*f  '    CLINTON,   -  '.Clinton. Jim������ 5���������Mamar-d & Co.'s Express  . A*tt ihiH mot nine: e-*rly* with full load of pas-  .saWtgera und livigbt.  ,',../. ;;,', \';- ;��������� -YALE..'"'"'      ~.":'[ ;  .Yale.'" "June 4���������The ��������� Onward brought  up  .^abimt50 tons frW_rht la������t trip.  Teaming very  ���������low at present, several geams having turned  'out:  The river is rising rapidly.   Weather  ���������vry wiirmwSio in shade, - ���������������-������������������  Barnard's Express left on. Monday morning  -'"with the Collowii.fr ^paseengera:: For .Barker-'  ���������Tifle���������Miss Mary Shelton. Miis Ladd. Miss  -Kail, Mr Merritt, and.Florence Wilson. For  Soda Creek���������Mr-Qillis/Kor Clinton���������Mr E.  A! IJrown.;   For 'Cache  Creek-.Mr K. WJ  ThOtDpROfl.  Victoria, June 2���������Th������ movements ������of tbo  Cricketers are not finally decided. It ds pro-:  .���������posed ������������������ to f, lay ..the.fi rst of. the inew.. match, at  *Colwood on Monday, and on Monday week at  |Esquiaiait. Further than tliis nothing.ia.finalj  -It -is undecided whether the match on-Wed,  nesday at.Beacon Kill is to be.-between the  .Californians and tbe picked eleven' or 'the  Esquimalt fifteen. ....  A special foot race of 100 yards was get up  -between-Mr Hugh Price, of Victoria, and Mr  Knott, of the California Cricketers, for the  sum of-$25.   Price got -away with the lead  and won easily.  Colonel Lane has withdrawn his applica-  ; tion for a lease of the nieadows on Lightning  -creek.. ���������'  .. Victoria, June i^The second of the series;  of matches to come oif between - the-Calif or-'  ��������� n ia* a nd Wi c t of ia Cl nha toojt: p 1 aoe y es tord ay  -on the Col wood,grounds before a'large number of flpecta'tqrs.  >T*_e grounds were"'hardly!  in order ior playing, bwt were, somewhat ?m4  /proved before commencing the game. . There  ���������was a good deal more cricketing shown tban���������,  Sn the first game on Beacon Hill.   Howe, on  the Victoria side, made the highest score, viz!.,  SO; on the side of the -Oalifornians Reid  scored 16.   In 2d innings, Marshall, of.'Cali  fornia Clubfl8cored if;  Tl 0. Peel, not out,-  35.; Keidj not out, 16. The Califcfrnians"mai  in first, ^scoring G5 in 1st innings. r^ The Victoria Cliub .followed- with 95. At a'bo'nt 4  p.m. the California Club commenced their 2d  innings, and at thc^clnse. of, tbe play scored  ;3i for 5 wicUels. The game will be finished  on Beacon Hill on Wednesday.  \ ....... , OTTAWA:    ,., ... ff  'Cornwall, 6., June 1���������John B. McDonald,  ���������Premier of Ontario, died this morning.- -.. ,  The Pacific Uailroad Bill passed the Commons to-day..      .-��������� f ��������� .     :   V.'  'X'fJ  EUROPEAN.   '  . Liwidpn," May :31st-- Weather ia, England  favorable for crops. Xf-'''  Fleiiry.:lbe absconding cashier of tho Limerick.Bunk." has surrendered,to thc authorities.  f- Miss-Kellogg stags at Buckingham palace  ori 20th... -.������������������/      '������������������".��������� V    if  i   %  The Times asserts that t&creri ever has been  any geautngiagreement,between.England and  America.a.nrl says.it is tiwe we must consider  the failure of. the arbitration. We may thank  the American Senate��������� for this. Had.it.accepted the supplementary article without  amendment our ���������position .would haye been  awkward.   - ��������� ���������' .���������''. ''.   ''' '������������������'"'   '���������  In the House of. Lords; Earl Derby requested the Government fo produce copies of  supplemental article of treaty'.of Washington,;  with amendmeht of United States Senate.-^  Granville replied that Congress would.'adjourn on Monday, and negotialions were not  yet concluded, it would.be impossible, for Jibe.  (Government' toVcomply.''.".-. ..���������.;��������� _���������"  In the Hoiise'of Uomioons, in reply to! Mr  D is rue 1 i, Mr G! ?. d si tope pro m tse d a sa ttsfadtor^  answer-when the SeBateatijournedX" i ff-  Paris. May 30���������Chatcqu, the alleged incendiary off-the 'Thillcries, was convicted to-day!  and sentenced to be shot. . ;  London, May JJO���������The World's spec\s\ says11  thegrcwing opihioa of outsiders is that negotiations with American Government with regard to tie Treaty of Washington have failed.  The Government v.ill inform Parliament that  it will withdraw from arbitration.'-  An influential meeting was held at the.Mansion House last night to express sympathy  with the Israelites of Romania, and a resolution adopted asking lhe British Government  to i n tec fe re for the ir _������ro tec tion.  ___������  new advertisements;  ��������� -irv���������aT.T?.-rsrxr-' :fr.'.  -wi..'   ,?:*nr-  'gams  gams  CLEARING OUT STOCK  To make room for Spring Goods  Tu������ ..undersigned begs to inform tbe Miners  ;      -   .. :    of Cariboo that h������ is. ..  SELLIKG-ATCOBT!  The following class of Goods, especially se  X  -: kcted for Miners:'        '���������'���������/-.���������  J v,>  Drawers  NEW ADVERTISEMENT!?  B al tic and ��������� riiiaeaii  Coats. Tests, Pants,  SEfarnard's   Express!  - OUR   ENVELOPES  ���������,    Properly Stamped, ate uow reduced to  12 1-2 Cents each, or $10  for 100.  ;Oiir Agents at way places use all tlllig<;_cean seeing  thai .utters are promptly lcrwardeU to point* beyonvl;  tlio regular stag. ruuteS; *  s������'lb '  P. .���������? .DA1W-ARO.  And a Very Fine class, of  C0MISS10N, STORAGE,  A KB  Gteneral '-Agency,  JAMES  WiCKHAM,   .  Barkerville.  To the:Eiect0l%::of :C^l^  :' ��������� Distriot. i. prf-n %y:  GBNTLBMEN.-r-In coming forward as a can-  did ale- for your suffrages at the Election about  to take: place in order to fillihevacancy  created iii the representation:o.������.-your ijisiricfc  by Mr Booth's acceptance of.a.GoyeromenV  appointment, I may slate that/I am iuipelledl  to do bo not only, by my own.tncUnations, but  also by the advice of many, among yourselves  whom I esU'ein as pei������oual[friends.  _.,'Andtin taking this step,.Gentleraen-1;can*.  not, like thy predecessors at the lasVEjection������������������  present you with a whole1 budget of large Hint  important measures of Tteforin;   Therenara i  now no Road .Tolls lo, abolish.   The, Mioing  Law has been amended; the Canadiaa^Tariff  adopted, and a variety .of measures.>useful  and necessary to .the prosperity of ��������� tjifepii;-!  trictand:thecountry at large has been.pasaed.  and until the working of, .these measures in  felt aild experienced throug h . the: country!, it  is impossible.'to..������������������ state whether any,-or.;what, ;  am e nd men ts ; are i n ! thei r . case required,. yl  will- state, ��������� however, that I-am iu.iayor-o^  Milling MacUiherJ of all. descriptions; being  brought into the country free of duty, ������an$  in the.event.of !my, being elected,lis;. your  repref-entative, I pledge.inyfceU'-lo ,.d^::all,,in  my powerv to induce the.Dominion1 Govern* ���������:  ment either to abolish the duty 'altogether of  to cause a: remission of it.lo be;tnade inlula  Colony';.-������������������.,.'������������������i'- ''���������-.'��������� - '.-fiifff. fATyfTf? TX'd X  I-vvill 9npport;nnyTeasible scl)eme!for..tn6  eslabli.shment. of a Government ,Loan:'vF,imdf  whereby: assislauce can>be given,to Mining  Companies on such creet.8 as Lightning, to  obtain proper machinery tO:Wprk and.deyel-  ope 'their ground ; such loan or guarantee; :t^ -  \the case may: be, .to -be tgiven ,-on:..approve^-:  security'being supplied to the Gold.CpmmLv  sioner.   The necessity of .adopting some such1  scheme as this to develop the; late nt i;esput;cea  ;of this District' is. becoming more appa|en*i  every day siuco the deptb ol. the"channel. and  tho difficult naiaro_of; tbe. ground whexe tbo  richest d e p pills are foil nd has7 read ered the -  working of iruiny claims so!; expensive .that  most companies undertaking;such enterprises  have become completely crippled in means... ���������  In conclusion. I will state ihat should,I:hl������  elected,! will give;the present Ministry, iybp  appear  ter have  honorably  lnllilled.; their  pledges, a fair and impartial support,.w.biie  at the same ti me I claim fprrrtnyself ,the������ fn\l  and five right tb-support in every legitimate  way my own convieLicos when, opposed to  their measures. . ��������� > . f ,;>���������': ��������� /, ;: >  Should you, Gentlemen, confer upon rn?  the honor of selecting me as your represent*  ative, I shall under any circumstances; do ,1.1,1  in my power to advance,the i n teres tr. of thia  District; and as I have no ambition buyond  professional .and political honors, you will  have the additional security .thatAt.will^  my interest,-, as , I. know, it is. my desire,  not :only toXtrepresent .you, honestly  and ��������� fairly, but.aJsQ to be of service and a������;  sistance to the District.  I have the honor to be, Gentlemen,  Your most obdt. servant.  N  \  JOHN'G. CARNSTOR  Ba>kerville,'Ma*y.l5,1S72.  my 18  A fine selection of  LadiesVBOOTS & SHOES. A Court of .O^Q^^size  And Gaol Delivery and. of Nisi Prius will hi  held at each.of ,the undermentioiied places a|  follows:  A fine assortment of  Wi PERSONS living watliin tlio precincts of tbe  >T<iwn*of.Baticervillo.*ro*rcqnest.id by  t3io Fire  GLEM;TISIE STOVE  Qenuine MeersQKaiim and  Briar-root Pipes.  .#������?*'Call and examine prices.^g#   The  GJods ������ttl bo sold VERY OHEAi" tor Cash.  AViirifena tb  and also to cloar away th<5 LINT and other coml������usti-  liiii matter irajirtheri)of.ia tho iiolghborhcocl of tli������  pipje."   .. j--      * . ;a* ; ,   ������������������ f.    -^ 4 ;-u  MforiillQi April l+f ISTg. f      !> z������m  Baikervilie, May 17.  my 23  ^ew^yestminster'.'AVednes^ay/ist Mayv,.-;'  Yale, -Monday,. Oth May.!. ; iy-ifXX'  Lytton."Tfiursilay, 9th May.! - ^  !   Clinton. Tuesflay, Hi liMay. .; . :   fy  QnesneU Saturday,,25th May.  Hichfield, ���������'Friday, 5th June,, ,.   f,f-t^  Richm^'d, Mohftay. 9th Sepsember.  Quesnel. Friday, lSih September.    ���������. -  Clinton, Monday.'23(1 September.  Lvttcn. Friday, 27th September. v  . Yale, Tuesday, 1st October.  Fall Assizes at New Westminster, and A������-  sizes (if anyV .at JSanaimo and.elsewhere; to  bo hereafter Used as business may/rendi*  necessary....  ;..��������� , <riV,.   ���������' .-' .0^.-- ���������-���������"��������������������������� ���������f  Dated Victoria,. 15th April, 18<2. ,.;  ': ' i? command; *  ,  A. BOCKK RG>B������HW80H> ������������������**  Provincial Secretary.  wwiii_i_am.a8_itt_ia pwfflHr  'fiE'GAm'BOO'sentinel;  *SATURPAT. JUNK S. 1875.  YOf iNG ^T: THB NEXT ELECTION.  ��������� Among: the Acispassed.dim������_r'the last session of the t^gialaViiTeis one ^nlltied "Tlie  Election Regulation Amendment Act, 1872,"  !_&KH������nted to 'cfnilw ^lith ApirU ;Uwt   It pro-  Tidea that ���������* At each "Pectionfhe electors  ^'ioav vote either at the polHnK'place'opeced  -���������'arid k"ept*itvtbe Tolling .Diviston (if any)  ��������� ���������'within fherliniita thereof the property >hall  ;���������>��������������� lie in-respect at: which the.v. ahull re^pec-  - # ttvely clfffm the right<>f ?irotinrat������������cu elec���������  ������������������" ������������������'"tion ������hn V here 'they have/been .Te^istered.  :.'���������*��������� or at any other rpblllni? iplace-within Hie  '������������������������ Electoral District in which they bare .keen  ^'re^slere'd.^vlt.vjriirbe yeerv by/this elasise  ^hat anyregfstered elector may vote. etoarVf  poiliBg'jMace'in rhe district, inetead af beiog  '-Obliged,; as at the last election, io tnany. ki-  Atancer toVtray������'t.;������; w; 31) uaHee over 1he  ������__K>ii a tains to $6 no.;"!; ;:- - ���������"'���������:; \' :��������� ���������_ ��������� ������������������ ��������� !���������; ;������������������' <  ���������������������-^-  IJOMNIWliA^  /$ira^  LWWi"!#^ bitt right!  :^dp  X - towards fho! celebratton JOf that auspicious  . ^ventma-rc^  -nhe occasion: fchteh pr<Muce* it.;;\Onrv streets;  t"��������� ''"fiaVe^wayaoh fi?rev!iohis.occasions ?'feeen in<  'fbelixAihii "��������� order.; on^'that\i3Ji_r,���������< and; forvHome  'time' p���������est'*w������: . .W"���������������" ������'^en'-enaWecl to j n angti rate  :   .he^ypehrng of tho^seasmi bythe ceM) radon j  :   ^bf-games n rid -sports X������nA" tiia inditlgence fa'  ���������'other festivities ori'^^^the QtteenVbirthday.1 "Dut  ��������� vpioti ot^oti.r!fltfeet^d������piltW^*y?t^'^^ ttmJ  'enow -remaining from laet:winter; and still re-'  Vliks;b'een literally the bed of the creek., and  ; "'"^rspef* ^Uin^  ��������� ^ tliaW been' aep<ysited* i n -some .places;. an &: in  !��������� ^%bera''aMaSne'l!������^0TO^! three feet deep ;has  " Atieen c^2w*liic*h matte;; locomotion: not; oaly  $?il!iB^ until the fir*t  ��������� .-fth'd ftwirth'days 'of driest- -wionth ;  or can an.  ���������: V?������Me Tai' will admit of "the" enjoyment of some  : ;;"-?in#i&^^nt^ught; tb;-do--someMiUbg.oe  :: ���������:th*>n*bject/:..i.Tiiey" have 'sold_some jots,  -'Oh1 ifge ! ground rent tor others and in >a ra-  ��������� * rie ty Of- ways^ol lect a 1 tifg������ ������w n ue i h Bar ���������  ;' "-It'rvlUt*; .^eela^l thevefore; thaft-ftie highway!  ��������� ��������� r'bet'������nils ��������� 16 thtf Gorernnvent.-At'��������� can hard*! y be  !f asking too tatteh i* requestihafc^ody to jiay  f������ome attention to oi\v interestft aiid cpnven-;  -S*n ce; and de vote- eome *: t'roiibl e ������nd ex pe nd  ���������-���������^aliifle money in inaking ohr "roadway p������s������  ' -':������\bla/'W������ti^ cid  ;   ;zeh������ .will at otrc* *r������-tiirte*'proceedtngs- to cele.  '���������'   -brate the day ion which thif 'becaaie*part and  ���������.'.-������������������' -'parcei���������'���������of tnt^ommbri.)���������; We undeealand4iiat  * ��������� mir; American   friends   have already cost;  , :'iTi>fteed'to take1 steps to celebrate, ike 4 th of  iuly tt'^bei^1������g^!atin'er.! and surely we  cvight not oh-onr oAvneoil end ia cur own  :f 'cdnnmyto'tie behindhand iu'Commesnorating  Hhe*day-which is to ns the emblem'of that  -" -freedom and liberty of Oov������nment which.  :weA6;W enjoy.    : ���������-.'.���������''.'  mc: SrbKtrALsa.���������We itnderstand the ���������"Grand'.  ~*?iJry have' appomfed"Messrs. Pathflle. Pear-,  aon.. Wolfe, andTa^llaaiconr a c<>mmitte'.������ io!  inspect the aidewalks, &c. pf ^Barkerville,^  ' io reooaimend repairs -of the sawie. and alflo  to<inati'tict the. citizens tc rn ������4ce the sidewal lc������j  ' oni as etrea a grade as JDossibie.' "..*?* is ^o -W-  ' hpped that the citizens .will cbeerfutly:com-j  -X\f Wiethe recoilrnendatiens of the Grand5  pxfcX: fXXyf -,. ���������       -��������������������������� _______-.:'>'���������'".  POLITICAL MEETING.  Xft'n Monday ev^r.inj?, fire ?A *day <$ June.  inst, a public meetinjDT was $iel dat the Theatre  R<������yal; Barkerville, for the rnupese of -giving  the'eandidates at the ensuing election an op-  porruo ity of expressi ng their ���������vw.iwe to tbe  ���������electota of the,; district on the cmrreiat- topics  ���������of tbe day. Mr Kennte was called to the  cha^r. The chairman callefl the meeting to  firS-eir. nnd requested the -candidate* to address the meeting in the orfter in which they  had c>> me, hefore the coha&������Kiency. ;.  *Wr liarnstou then came forward and addressed the meeting at eorae length ; sn p���������  ported the free :inlro.d������e%:oa of: ������n������mng ma-  cb+nery;. ihe estab Hah meat of ^Govern ment  Loan Fund for tlie assistance of mrlning com-  punies, the improvement of trails and postal  cotSKuunications, nod other measures of ad-  vari'ta.ro to the di������U4c>. -. Jfwia. fcarlow and  Pem*sori follo\yei!, advocating.������earlv'.lie same  measures, end pledging themselves tti support  the general interestu of the constituency,  whether mining, commercial or agricultural.  The want.of apace.prWejjta usitxini giving  a more detailed statement of tbe procendings*  of liienieeting. but we iire glad-to eUte thas  t h tilm ee tin g was ���������& ,C row d ed one. . a nd : p assed  ofr^hhj tile wtmoetliarmony antt good feel-  ing.   '���������������������������" '--'-   ' ": .".  Snme.diacneaion arose as to mininir grants,  ..���������wh e. nan ��������� o x p r-esai o n of op i n ion.' ad ve rse to  anc'b'g:mpta:iWaa givenfhf the dfSc^aiif'can.di-  iiaies, Mir. Bar'aston ejrpla|nin)r at smae-length  ���������that in all trew creeks or-mining *eclions, acta a l !y or part"*1 ly i ri the t>cepy a'^*** ������f ']n l^]  rrfiual mineiC^Ve law pu_ i\m"wiro\e pow������x  in the hands df the miners. ai*.no grants in  gmcli 1o cal i ti es c eii Id be give n \y 'ttbp n % th ei r  consent.' ; It waa llierefore the business'of the  rai nera _'*w ben aiicb gran ts -were -up plied for. I o  express their v\ew% on the subject, and he, as  aa on e o f: ��������� ? t he ��������� can d id a tes, w on' 1 d p*ted ge h i in -  se!jfAb>anppbrJt anch v iews;: -i;. .*' fff fiff������  "Refofe'the:^ee^iig^^^ came  forward and read a port ton of a letter from  Mr WaTfcem requestrntr him .to obtain the  iHtuf n'cy upon the .Indemnity  was objected .that the lime of  gtlKS matter;np waa inopporturie. and  the sense of the meeting bein'ff taken upo������  the.'poini vrbether .the quealjon ahpuldbe considered n/w.She nays carried it^:.L:;:  .The meeting then a dj ourned.! t ���������'������������������ >>: )f  NEW" ADVERTISEMENTS.  M  J  9  ay  ,a������.  ���������j^E FESTIVAL OF ST. JOKN*THE  'Bajiti^; WON OAT. June 24. 187t, will bo  ceMTt.Mt by  OARIBfiO I.ODGK,   N������* 4,  P & A. M.*, at KiaHTo'ciock p.m.  ' The IneiaUiition of OfRcers tVr the ensuing year  will tako pl-ic������..at TlUtKG o'<Jock p.m. ���������     yt  an:i.^:i__ita_r*iing .Jlreihron ie gooU standiug are ia  ViteltioYu'.wl. . ��������� j������*>  Vaiiwinkle Store,  Llfil-ITNING   CREEK,  re-  plenished witha new  :aiid-complete ass  meat  w  and offers to Miners!  and Traders., ike.ad-  vantages ;;������f-a;; splen-:  did!-selected .-;;a<ssort-  m'eirit. wliich cannot  foe siirpassed in^ual-l  i  ;V f-  ���������'.���������'f Jftrt"i *t������f illar meeting of the Cariboo Ama-  ��������� AmrDraniatio AaBociution. held on Monday j  ���������t������^e*hing ^aat,. ihe -follow\i\g of&cera ^Ferel  *^elecf ed for: the .eneiiio^ jqwarter '*. ��������� Manaper��������� ���������  . ��������� if n r^ie^dife. -Secretary^W. *M eGol 1."  Man-!  Bffing: Committee���������M. Wolfe. I. Z. Hou0i. WA  X >f cGoll , <3e*tiifg Gommittee���������John BoWron _ ;i  . NoTtck.���������As I gositiyeiy! -4.1 oae i; buaihei* *5n  a short time.- I have reduced the prices'-of  Lad tea', Children** rand; Menus'.-Boo te *x\&  Shoe* and Slippers*. If yoiicail anctaee ^be  prices, you will be siirprieed. "ft.,     ff  yyyffyy ���������'"-"���������c.'!A.'NOLTE^ffiiER.-/'  pSr Remember the lUilsoad Store, S*r-  karviUe.     ���������'    ���������- -.     v ' ;.--; V;.--. ?���������'"���������  MrSCELLANEOUS.-  Tffggh'- 'After ih'e.-lst of July. 'Ooodawill.b*  d el i ve|*d accord ing; to order iin ^U' -on Mde  Creeks-"-" ; "���������'���������':������������������ -."���������'������������������"'. ' ���������"' '������������������"       "���������' 'pf  'fi  v -    ��������� '���������'���������     -.ft 'J- tV^iUSDHARDf.  ; V,an Winkle.J n ne 5. 187:���������.;     X  fl ���������fiff  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  '���������' "���������������������������JUST RECEIVfeB. .  ������ "���������     ���������-   ;'  '.'   '���������      ���������        ''. ..."        ���������'��������� " .' ���������'"'���������.': ���������   l    ���������  50 "boxes    Price's  '.$  OFFERED CHEAP -FOR CASH.:  We have a Choice lot of  which can .be:.- purchased at -greatly./������iacsHd  ratetj. '.    ft-'���������'������������������'���������':'! ���������'���������'    ���������'  "  All   fchoee   wan fi riff ;'6oods. -either!  Wholesale or "fcetail. at.a BIG RE&OTT1QM;  had better come soonras our stock is&at da-  ereaBing.        '      ;  je8 V     CPPENHErMEll BROS.  (Patented December 1st, 18(5$;)  Leat3_^'-(ou^  Irori-ciad Hedls.  ��������� V ' t������T ' '>, "'*'?��������� v:" _T *"' l * -T i i    ���������'" r " .5"T '*''!    The Saafl J W Of.nailing Leather Soles on Rub ber  i J. J*. isoei% -?Gomer. *S.ohna. 41 is the i n lentdo������ j B oots mak  - o f the co rpa ^p give en ter tain m e������ IB  : evemngs ofptfo-lstand%th :MlyTmki   akes-holes'-quitt* through the Solos, which art*  ; o f the co rpa */. 6 g i ve en ter tammeti t s om the ;��������� au re to lea k.. ��������� These Leather. Soles n ro fas. wcd ii >:  Emza. Onp.vs.! 3)nr>;������AT_r..^Tbw^clion for  .- ���������:$ J 5.M 0 dam ages for brea oh o f ipro raise of  ynti eri a g e. was d e cided yeeter^_a y f.b q _t..; ha 1 f-  l -pfft 8 o 'cl6'ck p.m..in fjAyor of iiae ^<ffendanU  v D.iP.KABD*a down express left on Siind&y.  w3d inst.. at 5 o'clock a.m.. with two priesen*  ^rs-.r-Mp C. Strouss, Hoy Tale, and aCI>fna-  ^^a*sforX_ttdnwt-'.: /.'  auchor* esabeitfle- io the Ruhhor whmitJi** Boots ������r_;  made, but do-cot go through tho Soles. '_The Boots*  are therefore perfectly Water-BroofT an ���������lhii  Soles --caa - be Mended wiOmnt .lartfctejj them  I < 'a k. They ir.vfi wen r t Un >o. or fonr tl me. ',lun%*r.. t ban  tho ordieary double-_o36 itubbcr Boots.  EUBBER CLOTHr^a*CG^IsAHY,  333 Bronitway, New Yorl.. ,  MichigiiD Arcnuer ChtCiigo.  ���������607 Market street, Sua -Sr.in_.gco.  FOR iSAXaStGY ..>  .J2fi.to#4  l  Wharf strict, TkiSoria, J3.C.  ;.: BARNARD'S;:  xpress Lute Stages  ..CAKRYJXG^H. M.;MAIL'S,   ���������  Will make.  . - ' ���������:: 1     ������������������ '��������� -.' '' - '  Kegulaf   Weekly 'Trips  .,-vfrom Barkeirville,���������  ; Arriving in Yale on Thursday a. in time to  conetHst with the -steamer *��������� Ck^vard *" for  New Westminster, and wicb tbe H. li."Co.'s  "steamer " Enterprise."  ifiSlfIIC If IIGTMIA ON  raiMYS.: .;;;���������;.;.  The California steamers'leaw Victoria on  tbe*7thi and 22d ef eachmontb.'  To the Electors of tlie Cart  boo District.  . ���������6sKTLK������Ky.-._fnTlng. bcon rro.uemed by ahumkr  of Voters on LlphlDlnj. and W������!!if,ru Creeks to-aiaud ���������������  at the coming Election as aCi'aHMatc for tho vacant  Hen.bersblp for tbia-nistrict, I have much pleasure jn  itcceding ti# that request, ������i_i<t trust that shotilit you  hoaor me by elpcting me as <me ������f v������>wr>ipr<������8<?nt.  atives, that my political career will justify your con"  flilence, ��������� . ' ��������� ;. -    ?- '���������..... .  I shall support no party, cither Government or Ob.  portion, for thc meresakoof parly, but will ������dwm  adrocato those measures tliat are cilciihi ted to promote the interest or the District 1 represent auU-the  Province generally, ;  .r fi'f '  ���������-:.���������;���������;    "?   ;'���������- --'  So many of tho nld ^Hov/incefl of this Province wr-ro  removed last pe.si.n that it' i? a h'arl .matter for me  to mention any measure that I glial] particularly u:|.  vocat<\ but of this r..-8t as.sureo,,-thitt I Khali ������'ndi!uvor  as much as luys In my ��������� power to aeo that the iuu-rests  of the whole district are not n-^li ctcU.  I remain, <������entinmen, .   .;.'  Your ob til. servant,        ."-..<   ;  ABRAHAM BARI.OV.  EirkciTiile, May 21,1872. ���������'������������������ y%*  To the Electors of Cariboo  %  District.',;  THAVE bean reque������te������* by ahumber of. Miners and  oiber gi-nllemen to offer myself as a C;m<Uclat������ to  1)11 thc vacant soat in the _>_i*slalive A^Hcmhly c������:  a-eU by tho nuigoaiioi. of Mr Cornelius Booth.  .: In .reppon?e, I now offer myself, and respectfully  solicit your suffrage...  Y \ will "state brirfly. that I will do all thM : hys fa  my power for tho preservation of Miners' exi.tlng  rlghtBiiiKi privil''ge3*iti their integrity.  1 am very much opposed to the present autbic'uou  1' Rej^stra Uon of Voters ��������� Act,' > especial ly _������' f i ap.  plies nnd works in this section of tho counlry.:its( ic  tion being ruthe.r to (tlsfranchiae than to' enirVncliis.  the^Iiiier.' 1 would therefore endeavor to h-iv, ii se>  tifteraii ami[amended .'as: t'o.'.incresse the fy-Uhies of  repisiration and rentU'r. the Miner's vote Ie.s change*  able and more lasting when r.-corded.  In view of the increasing importance of Har\vy,  Kelthley, surroumiinir- and way creeks, I woi.:1' *'"-  commend a postal subsidy;.to bo. applied on iheroui.*  between Barkerville and that/district.   ��������� '������������������'*} ���������-���������������������������  In my opinion, it would ho" to tho interest of-'t'd*  community to Lave a bridge built across the Quiao. I  Rj7er..at Queen.Imouih. 1 slu.uld'consider it ������iy  duty to recomm������-n������t tlie erection of one at the e.*rli'������t  possible moment consistent with the fiaaucul state ut  tho Colony.- .    . f  . In the last session of the Provincial rarH:im������-t-t'.%  great many of tho abuses then existing w_rer'������*dr .^s-  ed, ������ men .*! men Is to . |������c .lining Iia w������ an-f ot V ? * r u f.  ful measures were Introduced by. tlir������ pr������s.}of Mint--Vf  and-psssedL.by.tha House, the*.t!ivi������try actiox it? ���������������������������'"-  cordance wl th the well un;Ierstood wi*h:.'s. olf iVV  people.^ Aa long as they'contVuuo ab to act"; th������.x v.i'.j  receive my support. .-���������/'  The AgricuHur.il Interests;wi!l also have mr hU.v.'  tion, and if I be returned X-shall consi '.er it. my ��������� u y  to examine into the working of the l/������nl X,hws,, lo  support ���������(icli moasurps. as have for their ohjkct tis������  amendment ofthe same,' and thejratning <-f the IJ*ws-  so as to be beneficial to tlio "present sett lir,. and *n  encouragement to immigration-.  I may state, in conclusion, that all pood and-u*������������������:*���������.I  measures. wHl revive my support,��������� .whether;-tt* y  emanate from the present Ministry .or from the Oppo*  sltion, so h������ng as they do not coollict with tbe interests of any particular section of tho Colony.   .���������  Should I he returned as your representative, your  interests .will bo my -consiuc't stu������iy,i_rio represent  you faithfully, efilcicntly and honestly is my only ambition.  I have the honor to bo. Gentlemen,  Your obedient servant,   ���������  KDWARD PEARSON.  Barkerville, May 25, 1872. my2������  t ap27 3m  P. J. BARNARD.  rs-r  &  ���������Suitable for Cariboo andvthe ne^hborlioQfl,  can be obtain'*i at  AT REASON ABLE PRICES!  yPX���������������������������{Freeh Stock of Patent Medicines,  teeclipa.. Lozeuirea, SmMonery,- Perfumery,  Elastic Silk Stocklnp*s, J"_r_ee Cape. Socks ami  Wriml eb .Imp ro vet] Sliqultl er Braces. In fa ������t������"  Feeding Bottles,.;hidi& JSiibber Teats, lUngi  aadTabs for Teething.  ���������'������������������'���������'. *���������-'  kiarr Teeth Extracted and  carefallly 'Failed. :  jz?3Er Prescription a and Family: Recipes ac-  cnraU'ly prepared,     i my 4  SUit.V"EirS AND PLANS EXECUTED  0a reasonable terms.  $8&* Oi^era left at :Mc.S^liy% Barkerville  will'4w. a .tolled to.   ';-.. MPtf.  Tenders will be received by tbe Forest Rofe  Company up to the Sixteenth June,, for-the  following Timber.:  15,000 Feet Good Sound  Spruce.  5,000;. Feet G-ood  Sound  Dry Balsam.  For further particulars, apply to the Fore  man or Secretary. .  The lowest or any Tender not necessarily  accepted. 'Terms caeh..  .  TI10M ASgL. BWffGS;  y*l SncrcMary Forewt ItopeCe  ALL PERSONS ARK HEREBY CAT/*-  A tiohed agaiimt ������wK������Hatine'.n .I'KOMISSOR.'f  NOTE drawn by ALEX. MoWHA in? favor erW.-HOW*  MAX, an������l entJorsotl t������ Frank Trevor or order, for the  kviii ������>t $186 ������55,duo lst������ July, 1872, Any parson  Kunrninj, the Baifio to tho unUerei^actt will bo -suit*  ably rewarded.- ��������� ���������   ���������������������������       ' ���������s*e-*:  " GEOItftE BVKNK8.  Darkorvilby May 3111.H72. '______���������: "'^���������������'  Assessment Notice....  ' VULCAN CO.-LIGHTNIMG CUEEK. ':  NOTICE IS HEJft*SBY GIVEN, THAT  __* *. uat ee*' .the ��������� A f Norain ������ri ts *i uo on- Ukh b^TM ������toc ������rt  boll by Ur MAliTW CI.OXK>', iutlie 'Vulcan Gw  p;uiy, 1.igh mini. Crook, bepai't bifiV������rotbo>Svoiitecnlh  ot Juno, If writ be soM on' that day to defray tho  sunn'., together with <rosia on.I any further Assca**  iiu*ht������ whinh m.'������y uccr'ue-up to that data.       I !  rucli fti-fephnll bo by Public Auction, at tbe-Coe"  Huuso, Bicbflold, ������t Twt?lre o'clock. Noon.  ��������� ��������� JOHN 8IjATBI"V  '  HP  cms.  __-i/^_Sc  HH  H  ___^_������  m  in  II  II  ���������  1  ill  I  m  aisf.  SIB  __H_|P _���������������>- ���������  THE CARIBOO  SATURDAY/JUNE 8. 1872  tii* cause."of iii Reeling, nlionfrt the treaty of bill and receipt, which ought to be in the pes  \ ; .!;; J QU������SSELMOUTH. !  Quwnel, June 7���������Sylvester arrived at  'Quhhi)el on the 4th in.it.-with ������1 i,061) .u dust.  "lie reports the prospects good  WilsnuR boat, en route for Omineca, was  iipset and.������14 the lend lost.:'v  Barnard'������. Express left for Barkemi le at 4;  p.m. to-day(Sunday), fit. ������������������ff,:;,. rff  ' t ft i . unite* -states: ���������*.' ���������  San Francisco!! June'4tHr--As tlie French  Consul.'M." De Brenil, was parsing   hI'������ng  y Kearney street tin a forenoon; Etienne Guig-  nault, an insane in an, midden I y aUacked/him,  striking him with ashing s&o't iifoii tbe.head,  intlicling a severe' wound, lie was instantly  ^secured nnd locked ������p. He wart also armed  with a sharp <k.iife., aiid intimated that he  meant to kill the CimaiV.IJoa'rjjrfct; saying that  , be had  not ..punished the Germans-tor plun-  V-deriiiig-France.:..:  ���������    ' New York,'. June <"-"-Considerable anxiety  .1* felt in.ivlljhe laejg'eestablishments here.---  ��������� The workuitJir are on a strike, and lhe police  arebeld ready in easenny difficulties occur.  ;': X\' bi lade I phi &} Jun e C ���������A  m a jo rily o f th e  .laborers t.n this;citv* have, struck   "or an'advance of-wages..and quit work last niy;ht.  S*n Francisco, June 5���������The creamer Prime  Alfred sailed loV Victoria tins forenoon.���������  -J'axseutfer Lid���������Henry fiiinh. C.E.Anderson,  jHintfs.Richardson. M.iiry and 'Susan Carving,  Mrs Owens,;A.������ Ihilcbelor. Mre"Mclean and  t wo cli i l<i reii* *M iss Bai 1. It. E. W hi 11 ey, wife.  ������nd child. Sarah and Kate Knox. Mrs Bailey,  <;.. N... DavU; A. S. Van Home, 0. R. Brown.  II. Hutchinson, Mr Suttee uk4 wife, Colonel  Larrabe. Capt. Burtouv; A.': H. Culleo.;; J. J.  . 8o11th gat e;:'J o h n SihWfon.. John Beekin fie 1 d.,  - j. P. Da'viee, B. A. Wad bams, Charles Rowe,  - a tid 04 panda age rs Ip steerage.  V-- ; ':} X    ��������� X'. EUROPEAN, -tyf ffif  London. Jane *V--In ihe House of Commons  to d?������y Gladstone expressed his inability, on  . ncount of postponement of. adjournment of  ���������U u ii������id S ta tes Sen a te, to redeem- h is p r o m i se  : - of  tn jtfci ug  t*x p J anal io lis ; regafdi ng negotiations wi tii. itae Uni ted 3���������ta tes. f. He ass 11 red  _uem hers that the .sup pi emeu tu! article did  ���������hot leave .the subject of indirect claims at  present or for tbe;t'utiire opemfor.any misun-  v^eiKU\niding,-aud in tin* ������iew the American  *W lu i ate r So be? i e k c o i n ci d ed.  Mr DisraWil censured ihe Premier for his  ��������� omis.ion to state whether.arbitration would  ^yiv ��������� ceed: bii mie . f> tii i list.. ���������.       *:  '/.' -Mr;GUdstotie-replied that this date had  been kept constantly in View in negotiations.  and linked if they had any reason to think the  '���������"' "United States Government wm inclined to  ���������- withdraw from Secretary Fishes position, viz.,  that concessions from England must precede  any settlement. .It was distinctly understood  ���������"4h.it the ������Uihted States was to make no claim  for indirect damages at Geneva. **  Mr Osboime considered the explanation  amounted to -nothing.   Tbe House and the;  country were -unsatisfied. -He hoped a dis-:  ~iihet declaration would-be extorted from the  Government that unless the indirect clainie  wilt be fully, fairly,  and  immediately with-  drawtuEugland' refnsej to proceed with the  *��������� arb itr'atipni   (Cheers,) ���������  Mr Huge gave notice he would move for  an addr**_H tr> the Queen for the withdrawal  of Great Britain from the.arbitration unless  .'Indirect claims were abandoned.  Mr Otway asked .1  any neiv engiijeTnei^  ������ with tbo Luited States hid beeo������t:������ade or accepted.  ;.   Eo.ndo n, Jn ne .4���������In the- {louse of ."fjords,!  Earl.'fiasselj said the tiupe had conie when  pi a i n wo ids w ere d iss tra I������Ie,. an<I gave n o tice  (tli at'he won Id to-morrow pres. h i V mot ion for  .tan- aiidpess ti); lhe jtjiie^nithr,wiihdrawal fmw  ���������arbitration.  During'* the! ev'e^iing the *!arqiiis of Mi*?������*,  *f q rd i n q wi red if it was true that t h o b a u d of'  the Grenadier Guards had been ordered to  attend the Boston.Jubilee. .:  ' Lord Scone replied yes ; with the sanction  of the Queen and Comtnander-iri-Chief.  London, June 5���������^In the'.blouse of ii/onls  last evening Ead RunseJl mevved his long-im-  . pending add res* to the Queen for the with-  rdrawalof Er.gl an d fro m the Gen e v a a r b ttra-  tion a n 1 i*hs th e U nite d S t a tes abandons i n d i-  .. re c t c 1 a j m s.   The Ea r 1 '-sp i> lie! at g real le n g th  i n su p p o r t of bis! mot ion. rev ie wi ng t lie e v������ n t s  'of the w ar >.i u vtl*e :U n H������d S tates, the c i rcii! m-  ' -stances of tlie-esefvpe of the Mahani; andJlie  subsequent negotiaiions with the British &nv*  ��������� ernment, conc 111dii\g im fo 1 [ovvs;; This na'tibn  must show, an it has Iw^pe 'sb&wii, that it is,  Jealous of the honor of the IMii^i Crown.   It  must treat the United States as it;treated tbem  %io the Trent case.   (Cheers;)  Granville, rebuked liusseli-for'hte allu������iiott.i  WashingtonTa.l, an event by n^ means cer  tain.:-:.:vr ���������-.-'--  -f    ;;-   . ;:--a- -f ..l.yy.y,.; 1   Earffeeriiy disclaimed party feeling on the  question. -He had been told they should be  careful not to offend Americans. He could  conceive no higher compliment to'the American people than  that appreUensipn that  a  fratik,' plarin ;.������tatenient niight cau������e offence.  He wanted to know where they stood.  Lord Kimberlfy reffretled that Granville  constituted Mmsel/ an American advocate,  and reiterated Earl _>rfyyV'flan.and for a  plain withdrawal of Indirect claims/  Paris, jnne'4���������-Marshal t Vail lan t died to-;  day; aged'82..-He was  ', a* irw        . * _____    -   i ��������� '���������* * *"���������  ieu-of-^te^ plain tiff !s witness, as showing  the- action ^vas an attempt-to force a lialdliiy  on defendant neY������T contracted nprcontem-  plated bylasn. .''.���������������������������'   if  Robert Orinfcall was called, and deposed  that he novel* authorised.or promised to pay  for the work of Simpson : that be never ad  mittetl the account, but invariably denied it;  tliat he had seen a bill of plaintiff's' inaftft out  f������gainst Mrs --Brooka for the work, now sued  for. iu which credit was given for whiskey,  board and cash, nnd 'which, was', receipted-by  plaintiff in fu'l of all demands.!  George Montgomery deposed:that he had a  conversation with the plain tiff -iti - -which the  fHerethe line gave out between here and totter stated he could not get his money from  QueswL;.'. WHI be working at 9'a.ut. to-day. j Mrti.-Pfooki; and that ho was golnfr alter Mr  Ol'KKATOIl."]  SUPREME COURT.  (Before Mathsw Bailuj: Begbie, Esq., Cl tint Justice.)  ,   Monday. July 3.1872.  ff    -  -.   KAM SI NO V������.;SINQ. IHN.   '..-"���������  Demurrer to plainlilfs declaration. The  declaration charged tliat the defend ant wrongfully wind the plaintiff jn the County Court.  he, the defendant, haviiig no just cause of action, and claimed damages.  ?dr. Davie, for defendant, contended that no  such action lay", as [if wasji gainst the policy  o f theI a wi u e he o it r.������ _r i n g: A j tijsra ti o n an d ta u 1:-  tiplicity of suits, and that a successful party  could recover no more costs than the County  Conrl* Acts allowed. ���������;;".'������������������  : MrPark contended- the Miction would lie.  and that the.Coumy Court Acts had nothing,  to do with the case.  Tho d'esoiirrer was allo wed with:cos!s.  Drinkall to see if he:(plaintiff) could get any  thing frora!hvm������/. . : .'-. ;-..'.... fff- fft.X, ���������  Mr B������rnstnii.annfihRd tip the case'for the  defendant, and adverted to the shallowness of  the plaintiff's case, pointing to the ahsence of  any contract on the part of the defendant;  that the case at the best was governed by ihe  Statute of Frauds, and in any event bad been  settled by the plaintiff with Mrs Brooks.if  . His Lordship.:in summing up told the jury  that if the defendant in the first instance em  ployed the plaintiff to perform the work, and  the plaintiff upon the faith, of such -engagement trusted; for pay to the defendant, and  that the plaintiff had not; been.pa id; he wa*  entitled to a verdict ; but th������tit;the defendant had merely promised to pay a debt contracted by. Mrs Brooks, such promise was������valuable one, being directly above the Mar  MINING INTELLIGENCE;-  The Forest Roce co. washed tip 25ft or. last  week, and 75 ok. on Wednesday. The fialia-  rat co. are projrressing well with;their new  shaft. .The Bl ack Jack co.. and;-.l&e. claims  above the cauyOa uro piping.  LTOaT.Vf NO CftKKS-  The. Sou th WaleB w an h ed n p 80 ot. lasl  week- The Clarke co. has started woi;kaj?ain,  and the ground -looks favorable.' 'Tlie Steven  of England co. are on good pay, but hare lost  the rock; and the supposition is they have not  yet: bottomed Lightning channel The h&a  water ba* stopped several claims from work-  ing/';-; ;'"'; '.���������;   '   ";;''; ���������r';.  ;,.' : /:'-��������� :���������;���������  .iAltVBT -CRKEK.'  The last dividend of the Minnehaha co. was  25 o������. tottbo-Hjtiterest. The contract.for. th������ ;  Cumminjrii od. is nearly completed. The Foster co. have commenced cutting a tatl-raco  some 400 feet long. The Manitoba co. cauaot  lay their fiuine tlli after tbo freshet  ���������   ; .���������'..-;;  ANTHER CRKKK.  ��������� -,Tho Manitoba co. have.commenced gfonnfl-  sluicing. This company's claims;are iitiiiiio  on the upper part of tlio creek, .'ahpiit 40&  vards above the oid French co.of XMt Too  Porter co. are busy whip-sawing 'dumberfor  a new wheel, and are also building a subatan*  tial head dam to keep the creek out ol^ -their  works..; TI ns c 1 a i tn"on gh t to p rove .! a very  within the Statute of Frands, and must be In  writing;���������that; the jury jri arriving at a conclusion on the first point -must consider the  aeto and conduct of the nartW, and pointed  out the particular points in the evidence bearing! upon the case. The plaintiff also should'  have.produced the receipt, ������s it would have  thrown great light on the cape. \  The Jury retired,*and iu about ten minutes  returned With a verdict-fortho defendant.   !  WeDNKsiuT, June!"5,1872.?  The ;Court was opened in due form at.10  o7clock a.m. Tlie following erentlemen were  envpannelled as a Grand J?vry;  J, II. Todd, foreman ;.W. Davison. T. L.  Briggs', Q. Grunbaum. G. M. Morris. C. Vi.il-  lancour, Marc������s Wolfe. Win. Fraser, E.. Pear-     Tho defendant was indicted for obtaioing  sou. I). Kurtz, F. Lallier. I. B. Nason.X W. j money under false pre.ehces.  RBGIN'A. VS. SOO IAKG.  s.  A. .Rogers, Wm. Forrist,T. 11.  Iii nd hard,  Pftttollo.  .  ' Alter an able charge, from his Lordship the  Chief Justice, the Grand Jury retired, and in  tive c purse, of; t he. p rocee d i n g.^ ro turned the  b i 1 Is men tio n ed in to o th or p 1 ii ce...  f .    T.'NECFKLIftKft V8. >\AMKS OJI.f.KN. '. '..  . A c ti o n f o r goods so l d a n d deli ve red, $55 0.  Felix Neiifel^er, sworn.���������Sold goods to the  amount of $4CK>; account!cn.mmenoed Dec,  l������&8rj .account produced and sworn t������o; Mr  Park applied two years ago for payment.  ~  The Judge charged to give verdict for $-.04  50 and int-ere^t at 1 per cent, for "such time an  jury wo^ld allow.   Verdict-for $450.'  THOMA8 SIMPSON VS. KOBKRT DHLS'KALL.  Action for $547 for. work and.labor anfl  goods supplied.  The plaintiifa case was opened by Mr Park.  who slated briefly the points the plaintiff  could prove.  Thomas. Simpson, the plaintiff, stated  he  performed 60 days1, work on the house occupied by Mrs Brooks;  that Robert Drinkall  promised tu  pay him  inspected the work ;  t  asked defendant for bis bili and detentions  never denied it. and offered to give an order  for $20 worth of goods on Hudson Day Co.  'The plainUff w������s subjected to a strict and  searching cross-examination by Mr liarnston,  'in the course of which .he produced a time-  book in which tbe jtetria for the work were  charged against Robert. Drinkall. He admitted also that Robert Drinkail's name waa inserted in such book some time afier the commencement of the work, when be (ptnjutiff)  d iscovered th at a bill of s ai chad bee ti si ado  to /Drinkall of the house. It was also elicited  from tlie frtainiiff that he had rendered an account to Mrs Drooksfor the creator- portion  of. the wotte, for which he now sued the plain-  tift  -.. ..'"-:..  Mrs Brooks was called; and1 stated that she  spoke to pri ti kail ab out the work be fo re i ts  commeiicemen^ond he promised to see Simpson paid. She produced a bill or sale of her  own \ft aWnkull of the ho.We. On cross-ex-  atnim'tioiii she denied tliat such bill, of sale  was made Co, pi ace her property out ol reach  of her ������cred" tors; an d when ca\ led on, to p ro-  dnm the bill rendered to her by Simpson, she  said .it wm. 1 os t,';-.a n d th a t th e. p 1 ain ti ff, o n  Mr Biirnston. of counsel for the Crown,  stated the charge���������viz.; that the defendant  collected Ore dolUrs from a Chinawoman un  der the false pretence tbat he. waa authorised  so to do. - .':������������������'    "":   :"..';!'  M rs Moy depoaed that the defeh fl rnt.. en���������  ^eavored to obtain money from ������her under  juicti pretext, but she would- not give ariy-  t-liinffi  San Moey, another Chinawoman, deposed  that .the defendant made the same representations to her, and that in consequence she paid  him '$5.  Mr Davie, for the defence, stated that the  defendant was the object of,persecution on  account of having brought an offender to jus-,  tice, and hence the present charge..; Fartu-  natelyinch charge would be refuted by the  substantial proof of an olibi. as to time i^ad  place of.the alleged false pretences.  Ah "Vune���������Ata Kwong Lee's manager; on  the jttighfc in question the defendant was in  our store playing eiiesa from half-past 6 until  10 o'clock. Two other witnesses deposed to  r.he same effect.  , , After addresses from counsel for defence  for it. and constant yjftad pnw_cutiom and m impartml summing  5ttt i';;Vnt.^ "���������c?ne?11? up hy the Chief Justice, the jury immediately  retorued a verdict of ���������'" not guilty."  Indictment for assault. Mr Davie, of counsel for Crown, stated the charge���������viz..tbat on  Sunday week la������t the defendant on being applied to by a .Chinohian named Remog for  money duo tt> him, struck him iu the face aud  kbked bun in the stomach.-  r Remns] Wohg^Wee, and Wa Lee gave evidence of tbe striking ami kicking, and Dr.  Chipp as to the ihju rips of the defeudan t.  The defendant made a Ions* statement to  the jury, who -retired and shortly returned  with a verdict of common a?sanlt.    ;  His Lord*hlp made reference' to-the brutal  and coward-like character of the* assail It and  to-/the"* defendant^ bud character, and son-  tecced him to 12 months' imprisontoeat.;  CnrarsAT* Casks.���������The Grand Jury returned  a'*' No Bill*' in the case against Jeaii Canx for  perjury; aod '���������*���������' Tr������e Hills** against Loo Lang  .lias Charley, for obtaining money under  cro'ss-e������������inioat ioh;��������� had bee n b u I lied in to ad-1 false preten ces ; Joh n Gisco me. for as. au 1J  mitting that it contained items now sued for j with intent to do grievous bodily harm ; Low  and was in full of all demands. Sow, -flow Kow and Ah Fat, for robbery \  Mr #tvvW opeired the case for the defence,  d* .ny ins tbat tbe: defen ijjant' had e ver sanc-  tioned the work done by the plaintiff; that  t ne c on 6.saoSr was in a d e w i tilt M rs Ur i jo ks, to  whom p)mi ti if had rendered a bill of the.  work and fead settled it with .Mrs li rooks, receiving ireoaey nnd settling the account in  full of a lit deinandsf tifat the case Was gov-   _ emed'bf)^ St^tiJ'^ of^Frauds. Tba^counsel-  ^ % Treat a_f..irl.d_H5l3artqgth������slii^^^ ^ Mili-pfodttoUoft of tbii>  Von Nou, for stealing a watch { Harry Pearce  for en aggravated assault; and a second bill  against Soo Lang for obtaining money under  false pretences.  Harry Pearce was convicted of the assault  and sentenced to VI months;' imprisonment.  Soo Lang (on the first charge), John Gls*  come* Low So w and ot hers, and Yon Non,  were ���������acquired. The last charge remains to  be trie4  ray. and F re. n ch. d I aims wh ic ti p te d so. well'! it  :62.and *63. The company worlcing io .'"th*  old Montgomery aod "Buckley ciaime have  been '.doing.very well. .-���������-     f    - ..-a. ,. ������������������ .ff ^ .-  ft.iff-M ���������'������������������:���������:���������: "rnk*MKAtiowsl ������������������Xi.f+t 'I'ff '���������  The Lane & 'Kurt* Cariboo Mining co. found  gravel at (he roof of their tunnel.on Wednes  day. 5t"i In3t_   The badroca "������piicars!..to;'dl������  nv  off at;an acute angle,.ind'eating- that deeper  ground is near. A:. ���������"���������-  ���������;���������'-   . %fXf   Xf  XT.  MEETING AT VAN WINIrLU. .  ' A meeting,'called by Mr PettWon/yM, hj^i  sit lundhard's saloon. *Van Winkle, on Tiiea,  d ay ye von I ug Ia#t... M r A da m Prea tice^ccn ���������  piefi'ihe'chair,! aud "Mi*: -iC lleatey ��������� acte^l aa  secretary. -if ff... -,.,...    f.:   ffTi   .,  I*, Upon being called! npoh J>y /b^i-chaijtme������  Tfo n(lKreWjhe;tnee^mgf.MrPea  jiimseif in favor 61 .postal' subsidies;-.befojt  givon to Harvey, Lowhee and ether ouklyiu's  cree ks. thereby een trai izing j oterests An, i!?er-  kervtlle, which wo\t fd cause eompetitij^iY (he*  fruits of that competition being a reft.ction  in prices, and asacoDsequeDce thereof miner*  would be able.to live cheapev. Mr Tearson  . xpressed hiniseif as' etrbngly o pposed ta"  grant* of, mining -ground: be ing given ^npyoft.  peeled creeks to Lane & Kurtz or any other  company who might apply for them. lie. wa*  also opposed to any increase of indemnityito  mem li ers. The in te re������ t of this V ro v in ce ; i_t  general, and of his constituents; in pariieirbr,  would always meet witb Jits, support if returned &s member lor Cariboo. At the codt������  elusion et\ his speech he-signified his willingness to answer'-any -political question that an/  one chose to ask him.  Mr Mclnnes wanted to know Mr PearsoVe  opinion on the Chinese question, ia regard U-  making them contribute, their share ;owerd������  tbe Government. # "  Mr Pearabu was in favor of "i>y������jfj 0B &*  &7ooy,~*"    t '���������": fff   " - -;. if   ���������  Mr Prentice wished to know, in tb^ even)  of a deficiency in the revenue, by what meant  he would propose to eutfment it? Sir Pear*  .on replied "that he would be lit far or. of a  ������������������ Waste Lend Tax."'  Mr John L. Muir said be; wlelied' to put A  motion before the meeting in regard lo tba  indemnity paid to members^ JQe did.notcon-  p I d er the p relent law a j us. a nd f air one.  Members from i he outlying conititnenciea  being put to a much greater:,erpenee'than  those from near the capital ought to have *  larger allowance in-order to cover their e*-  tra expensea.   He therefore moved  "That the preaent"'allowance,,ii notade  quate, and that an increase oupht to"bo made*  to members froni outlying: diatrictSi','v ! , ���������  ' The -.motion wm seconded by Mr Birmingham. ',--"���������   t  Mr John Slater moved as -an aroondmenft  "That the allowance made: to members.**  amply aiiffleiimt.0.���������'���������; Seconded by Mr Joseph  Gilmhre'.'." ^   ..X"i '��������� w^n'' m  Tfe chairman put the first motion to t?i������  meetinff. when it "was carried by a large ina*  joriiy.   A rote, of thanks was sriven to tb������  chairman and secretary, when the meetir.p:  adjourned.���������[Com; ��������� ; . j  T������k FfnsT Tkain f.'onx Yale (Turk's), with  goods���������principally candies���������for J; W. Lind-  hard, Vunwinkle, arrived ��������� at ^anwinkle r  Sunday, June 2d.   Phil,Grinderjs train,.(ij  Dog creek, with flmir. ^pr KindlFard^tea'  rived at Vaawiakle last Monday.  on  om  '#*"-  few !fflSBB8_fiiireOT������OTHMti!  _____h___;  FnSa_  HOTELS; RESTAURANTS, -&c;;  :_c  Is^wAAAeMrewery  ��������� ���������: ^Lavery:^ - ���������  * '.������ .I L? ������������������_.���������"''"���������-; -: r.'.:"".-:;v ^ .. j_i vC. ��������������������������� V- '���������'."-.- '".'   ������.' \  f������Mi'\Wa^^ ff  ^../fV:-i:.-.������:ic^^^^ ���������'���������:��������� ���������  j ip������ to Inform their friemtR and. tbe pub JiV "wtttg?  1,avo takon tbe :Wdl.kno.vn premises, Jn;;.BarkejvIn  'Whmg favorably patronised while in the occupation  -...; of Mr .".Cunto. ,...;,;,.. ,,.;.,...;...' .  r 1:1^s^febrated. ��������� XXX;::Ale  ������>'M.V;:.i  ��������� *HrinSemSmiu.cV^antlsoW by Wa^csaloandite^  ' > tail la its purity; and: ;��������� - tf -.. f- f' --ff pt  Constantly, kept on band.- i; -.' ,V. V .' ff.:>.-..>.; -������������������ ���������,  it-..-:.-.... j -..:���������.-. t _.y.-;��������� .'-V -.-. - ������������������-.���������-' -.���������_-,*..! -.,:;     '   ..  ���������; *-.. ..  'Tf.* '"���������& ft'f'. tii-*. ->'i'1 i!" ���������������������������= - ��������� .������������������ V ���������:-:.;; ';���������.--'.' . :.:-* ;��������� i.  :_!_i__s;tLib^^  -vi\\ ������uo" always, carefully attended! to, ana" the>est  ftj.eus;and locconirobdaiion,;provided forv.their cus-  "Vomers.1  cielO  f.55^  JilSGELLANESCS:4-  ��������� StoameK" -Victoria:.  Has commenced her Weekly Tripfl^ leaving  Que.uei -on. MONDAYS; and Soda Creek on  fit ������������������ ���������  r rv^FRIDAYS at daylight.- ������>���������" Tf  PyfP^SkGpyX,.^ i ���������'���������?  fTf-.:-.-. ���������-.';-- ;",$5:  .-���������  :r: ^FnEipuT,.* Xyy Tf^ V l-cent per lb. .-���������  ���������^"sS* Good* consigned to ua from/:^-below  forwarded: Free;'tit Charge" for Storage or  Commission.���������"'������������������''"'��������� '���������'��������� V-',: "'.- ' ������������������!'���������'..���������' .'���������.."..���������._  , iXxX;Xt . ������������������'���������;;^MA*RViN:&^KiGnT.'  ;-.;;'��������� Qite.nel:. May 2^1872.''     f'p't J niy 1f 4tn  ;,Vi;.\-_JAaNARD,;Si:;;:;,i;.V  ExpiressLine Stage s  ^       .'CARRYING ������1. M. MAILS; ���������  ..1^\V-;.;,'/.':'...',.,'; Will make *     ---.-/���������  {������������������if; ;���������-'-'"'���������> ��������� ior'f. ;:.'������'.���������.���������'��������� ��������� ;:"  Kegular;;^WeeMy .; Trips  .  from Barkerville,  ArrivI ng in Yale b n Th ii redays, in (ime to  co n nee t *���������"Jn i tip tl i e s team er *; 0 ri war d7" To r  Ncj w Westminster. '���������. hind wi th the Hi; Bi Co.'s  steomer-^Euterpnse,*"   !   ��������� ���������'���������'";';/v:;"��������� '���������/���������������������������;  ���������"MfSCELLANEOlTS:-!-  ea  V..:./,-'^- i������,.,.-..V. ;  f^XMyf^f^i^MX^M  -. The California steamers 1 eave Victoria oh  the;7th and 22d of each month.'; fl ff  T '��������� ���������  ap27 3m..v  F. X BARNAHD.  .;'-;ltl4aaiwavii*,uppliee.'wTUr;;tha  >.^hat*can "oerpK������a.rod'ia P^jhoo;,; ; ,'-.'.. ���������*-'    a  ifSiii^le  : &-..-':'jl  ���������fyfif JbarLq^'.s,.- ���������',-.,,.,:'  Fast Freight Line of  :AAy.;^ySinmsYfyfff  wiea6hArva &Mason  A ItB prepared to furnish. I,umber_at,'their Mills',  ii: WilllainrCrock, or U.liver it to 'order. J *  _ ''������������������..:  LUMBRR DELIVERED ON t^HTNlNG  creck: at tiie. siiiis rates -as- otf  WILLIAii CREEK.     ���������' ^������������������,;:v^  Having a Planing Machine ta Operatioa they [villi  also lurnisli'-   j:,"-.      .-;       -'.'-.' ��������� ���������'"���������   a.ta* .- *.  DBSSSED LUMBER  at satisfactcer satei.  BCll  R I "TI S JI ������������������- G O LU M BIA  MISCELLANBOU3. A ffzf  LEA & PERRINS;.  it   *..���������-;-������������������--    ���������:���������     Celebrated -;     .'���������'" ff*A*  W ORCE S TE R SHIR Ei  SAUCE  ������ -4    . ���������       O cclare (i by Connois.seu ri t o/b e  ���������; .-���������';.  THE   ONLY   GOOD  SAUCE; .   *  Can tion against. Fraud.���������Tbe succe^of this  most ������lellcl6us and uurlviilie.il Condiment having  caused certain ttenlere to applyrthe no me o\ '*AVdrci's.  tershira Sauce" .to tbeir own inl'crlor c<-mpounds, Di������j  pabjic la bereby iuiorinca tiuiUui only way".������ pro.  cure 'tlio. genu I tie. Is to  ASK FOB LEA &; PERRINS*. SAUCE  ahd*to se"c ' f ha t t hcir-.na.mes are upon the wramijcr  LAUKL8,aT0ri'KU', and BtJTTIE. .   *    ... .  "  Soma ol tho foreign' nv^'^^ts having 'beensupplb A  with a spurious Worcestershiri .Sauce.upon tho w'rnj ���������  per and labels ol which the unnies ol'Lcu nnd Verrii a  havo been forged,; li, and P. civ*' uoti.etl'at tb������y  have furnished their correspondent.: witJi powor't  attorney to take instant procoodings-airainFi' mam-  FACTcniiRsand "vk.vDOKS ol such., or.anyjotheriinilu-  tlonsby whtchthei'rrijrblmay ijeinfn'ugcd.  Ask for LEA & PERRINS V Sauce anassee  ���������Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  Stopper.,   /';     ;...,   .. .-...;.-���������-'���������:���������:.'/  Wholesale and for export by the Proprietors, Wor������  cestc r: Cross en n A RI a ck w������������1J'.) .on d on, k c.,' &'c.; _ ���������* .  by Grocers'an <i Oil men univcrsQlly. ; ' ':-���������'"  A^ Bartow has -made arrangements to .run; a  Line of Stages between '���������  ^>  $y^n  (The Cclcbratoil?  ���������v 'FRESH   GRO UN D    COFF EE,  *:.__ _ -. ���������',���������        " ��������� .��������� *    ?"-*'-*-���������   ��������� > * ���������   ������������������    * *���������    ' ' X   * ....-.'..*  - ���������> *<  %<i'ji _%V������ortrirarticlefin. any-wb'icb can be had from be-  ..q'<m\i Roasted and Ground on :the -premises.from the  2_*bo>t:selected benies, aud warjajnted Iroe from .aaui.  ��������� f^^'fl.iy--yyPp''' *-jl ft. X GObi)SON !  >'___������_! >M!-|   *:\     4..;^/h*v - ���������"  7*  _: < ;. - *  $��������� p EG TO ANNOUNCE HUtTHBiY HAVF/KEMOv*E_>  .;!">_ to. tho spacious premises formerly kuown as the  .fit.  C oorge Saloon, where.. they w ill b e at a 11 ti mes  ���������prepared'tofurcisti '        ',.. ' ���������  rf     *'t B'6 A RD    A^D    ME'ALS  ���������     OF   TWE   BEST   QUMJTY.  **. . The   BAR       furnished with the  finest_W!KES  /^IQDpltS and CIGARS.        ;i  y   < \f ftf^f-'  XX$\TiX"  -���������'. ':'v : 'M7 ($m  * :<fx ______  l:':!^  JlJO  d.' J;  ROBERTS<JN  iGS TO  AKNOUKCK  THAT HB HAS OPENEI).  tAT STANLEY,.'���������-; - LIGHTNING CREEK;  Tho Table w"Hl always be supplied with the best  "^.ni.fitii thatean be go tin CanUoo, and the Bar with  Fiaest Wineav-'- Liquors  For the .conveyance ot.  Y:K;$'Ti'; ;;f r^e.j.q::h..t.V;-;  ORDINARY EXPRESS MATTER;   *  N^D    P A S;S EN-GE RSl.  .All.poolls con?ijriied to Barlow's Agent  Yale, will-.be forwarded without delay, and  at reasonable rates. ...'���������...   frfi  "Commissions' of all icindai:-promptly executed. Colkctions made, and a General Express Agency.. transacted., , 'ftf'f  BarkeryiijeAgent.  - ��������� - . -   D. KURTZ.  Quesnelte, March 25, IS72. ap20 3iii  AG-ood Investment.  F OR    SALE,  THAT     FIRST-CLASS  Situate in the most central 'part of the town  of Barker v ill e, and k no wh ��������� as the  S������saby (Mo*ib Xmt Cbaeee *%iMiA\  The "houso. contains a Bnr-room, P.irlor, Ten Bed-  rooms, most comfortably furnished, and Kitcb en.,  Also, Bar and Bar room Fixtures and Furniture;  Parh>r F.u rn i tu ro, :lliidsf Bedding, a a d B e<i -room 'Fur-  niiure, &c.:,.- ,;, f. :-.-���������';���������:���������    ���������-..-��������� ������������������> 'f :���������;. ���������"> ���������  The. above com prices, Tables, Chairs, Glasses, Pecan tors, : Oi rpeU.ilTstr class Pulu Beds, 'hinttresses,  BlJiiiketsi'.Sheeis, Pillows, XHlUnv Cnsos, Crockery,  and every conVcnienco appertain ing to a Saloon and  Lodging House. ���������-;....-  For further particuhir??, apply, at the Sextiksl  OiBctvoron tbo pr������misoa t������> " / .  :,-��������� - .    S. P. PARKER, Proprietor.,;  jTrjvf- All parties indebted to the ujvlf rslgnod aro ro-  questftil to c������ll and sot-tle th eir ^ ills before the 1st  ���������lay of Way. next; and all persons baying ci alms  against hini are requested to present tho same imiao-  Oiatrly. ���������-;������������������' '-   ,-''  , All debts remaining tiap.nirl__a.fter. 1st of May will  be.piacod in the Hands of an Attorney for collection  '   S. P. PARKER.  aJArkorrillet Mwfia 2������, 1SI2. _iikS3  Electoral District x>f Cari^  ^yy-yy ^oo/tp wit: ^ v  !.PUBLIC>NOTIci..(is.'bereby given to the  /Electors;.of 'the District of Caribop tliat, in  oo ed icri ce to her, M aj es ly *s Writ \ io ������������������ me vdi-  recteii; :and* .bearing, date the. 24 th-day of  "Ap ril j in th e y ear o f Our Lord one thousand  eight hundred: and seventy-two, I.require the  'preaehce of the said Electors .'At the\ Com;}  House, RICHFiKbDV on ...tlie;.,Twenty-third  day of Mny.at-12 o'clock, noon, for the, pit r-  posb of Elect;i ng a p erso'n to represen t the in  in the ''Lepis! at iuo bi \ t h is Pr 6 v i iie'e ; an d th a t  incase iv Po 11 be dema n d ed an il al 16 wed j p  the manner by law prescribed, su cli "Poll will  be opened on the Twenty-second day of June  at the tollowiiig-'Pollirrjr; Divisionsr between  the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.: '    ".  Barkerville���������Richfield Court House.   ���������  Lightning Creek���������Lindbaid a...Saloon,  Van  Winkle!  Keiihiey   Creek���������Smith'a .store,..Mouth  of!  " KoiiUley. ;���������    r-.      ... ; |  TfarVey Creek���������Smith's- store;   ���������..  Qtie?nel mou lb��������� Government Office...  Williams Lake--150.Mile- HouseV SX  Omineca���������Germansen Creek Court House.  Of all which every person is hereby required  to take notice and govern- himself accordingly.' ��������� ..,..--������������������.  Given;tinder my; hand.at Richfield, the  L3l"v day of May, Qne thousand eight  ������������������"' hundred aud seventy-tvvo.  ^ ill. M. BALL.  myiS . Returning Officer^  Van < Volkenbure:li &  Retail Butchers  E_    HICHFIELD  ���������And���������  A SUPPLY OFTHE  BEST QU4LITY OF FRESH MEATS  ALWAYS OK -HAND.  THREE HORSES {two White and on������ Bay).  I having boon loi't on my Ranch last Fall, owners  unknown, notice is hereby given:that wtilew tho  same arc ro(l<M:nicd prior to that time th .y. will after  the lapse of one mouth be sold at Public Auction to  defray the costs of Handling, Advertising and Kx-  pensoofS.no. ANTOINE BROUS^KAU,  ���������Qftcsnclinoutii. May 1st, ISTU. my41ai  Bariiard's^Ezpress-'  THE-TJNDERSIG-NED,HAS ADMITTED  I _?TErHEN;--T1N������LEY and JAMES HAMILTON  into Partnership in the above busino&,,from "and after  the first <lav of April instant. The business will be  continued hfnceibrtli'uadcr the nanie of F. J. BAR.  Yale, April 13th; 1872./ ; - ���������      * ���������   :   ��������� ; '.yny4i lm  Mining Claim: for Sale.  .-!  NE-HALF OE THE "WHOLE OF THS  . . grounu held by the .' '���������  iULS  :'.'--WILLIAM CRJEEK.  .'..y-. '.. fy n.m-1''    '���������'"'���������     ���������        i  Apply on tb������ Claiih to  **    ' .  * * ^TTTOS. FERRY,.,,,  mylfiiu' "  Or       JOil^.HfLU'.  ff A.;.;    PEIfDOXA,   i  h ��������� *  *������������������ BARKERVILLE,.  COMMISSION, STORAGE.  ...       ��������� )  G-roceries. Provisions: and  ������  s.    .*'      ..:  D ETP OT     FOR  luyiw  r HA VE been; reques.e<|,by Re vera 1 respectably par-  1 ticH, whocali testit'v to the eillcacy uJ'my tfyfteni.  to again make public, iTkj fact that .'  Moses' Hair I������yigoratpr.  WILL PREVBNT RALONESS, ���������..;������ ;:  RJRSTOBB IUHt/PlIAT IS.RKCOMTNGTHIN.   .  OR' FAijLi>fO OFK. and urn.ctua.Uy .     ..   -  GURK SCURF OK DAXDRUFF.  This Ib not a mere assertion en my-pnrt,aHl hato  i"ri m v possessi<ui h inneroue testi mouials qcrtlfying; to  tbe success of my remc'ly.        .....      .   ���������:..,', ���������;.-"  I do not ot 'course prbteu'd that lean make the hair  grow on heads w 11 j ch h ave. b e en ��������� bald I'or '���������y ea r^ ; but  t'.wOl guarantee to- stop the hair from falling off,lo  Increase i ts growth' a n d'e ft'cctu ally remove Scurf <_*  Dandrutt".   ' .... /; f "W,.pf.-MgSIW,���������  .    ,������������������ Barkerville j B.C.  ,   .     CERTIFICATE; -' |  This'iR to certify that .during ���������last spring my.halr,  was rapidlv falling out and my head was last helming oald. when I applied to Mr W. D MOSES, Bar^r,  Barkerville, who in a"tew weeks restored my hair *������  its former hVaRhy state.;, S      J0AVli)������3IUBfi^  'BiirkeiviJlD'Dee. ������8������"i#W." ,       ' t.-.v.,***^.-**  ���������  m  m  p.  Mm  ���������  Iii  ________:'  m  ���������  I  ���������  I  ill  yM-i


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