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Qw\ I'nliv Asia rj weru .'^Vec*?_vV_f "'td-bf wht. ^"^l-iifc  ....... ........ ..-, .^i}i}g)e.m|--. ...  ,.., .41.  ^Xfvajl**;������ j������5<i an^Pg iic 1 adj wh ich *t j as b<|<������n^ ������i Id i,  ii.gvfbrsome ;t'me ptist ,in ^tivet d"clcyard X^  N'tcalyioy was launched to-day., This is, J lie  ������i5tftf_p������rf������ib"ii cM^he9������n"ewal ot th^'JRitVsUui  fl*ie.t ��������� on Ahoy Black; ;<1 Sea.; The Gratid Dnkh  Qonsta ntltieV High Admiral "of the Navyv P*"t?t  '/���������. ff "vv.'(.',,'-������ *-k_  lg!v!^!.!g!i?go't^"/s>fv45  ���������"...'; i-i'V-.~~:'.'<:.~- ���������  Cards. Gircn!lars.,!Pos|cre and Program tires foi;  Balis and Theatric a fEntertairiments   ' <.  '*&? ^iSsecutetl wi (.!>; n eatn ege ttH d a is'patch;__g������3_f;  "'''Sr':.)_$^"'^e|ra  ^t>. con (ec )w i t>hiili^^ope^o ���������*��������� thiC possibility o"^  fi:Boifrlion 'restoration id ^paltt   "'' ' ' "X  ���������l:>Berlijn^ Jonefl*_g?P.h0 ETn^eri)riLWiiiIh)_i,1s  "t'U. weak^and' i^qini'es:,absp'hite ^retirement  for fha Antrinlvto pi>r������n*7*-r*r /-if hlft hpAlthi'       f-X  '-    ���������    ^YiCT-OIUA."'   f  . ..V :Mn.t?qvu; .Jiine;:14^The������yictoria:Standard  of ihe 12th has .the sfo J1 owing items: ,    '������������' *v *  'VaiE���������'nk50i3_^^er:  ���������:* f     <:y*itfyty \^'.>;:,������ ���������������; v;f-r������'���������'</;*���������* ?"'" ; "  ���������/���������-;\i*^ifc^^Bs^ N.;puNip^:  ''���������'���������'���������������';;*"''> ;wits(jisp!%?i.^ :;-^  'ffffyffff  '.A^i-y  vmfff-fm  . ������������������ iff  .  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'*  -  ^^'"^'^ASTRA^GkSTORt/  ���������AtU be ma mifacV.i 3f1|and>dld|_ygWho!csalo and 3^������  -taiHn its purity,'und  ������;p!;y#y^  Tlie bestX&iior& .feCigar*^  ,V^n;,.1V;o^__ennnEg|. ��������� ���������*%i ^5-  '-������.'' ./'������'-.  <)<*>!>" -ft    ��������� j '.,',: '      ' V"    ��������� .  ,.jft .  ;ivi-i.*���������;������������������ fe..w f?fmi-^fh'iAfAy^n: i.-y *^p-ilv;?������U?-t..,  iUAZ >'<i  )n   < i?'f'-.f"-A<>f<^  if-^X' 'ifi'l.nmiXl&y    ���������  ':fy^''A'f~:fU'A- Z"tif"i<.'.~yf ,t*M   ifA^'trnfff "*/������  iBAKK^KVILLeiiRI CHF;4 ELD, -,  Pa 'ly?y}yfe!>iS'v^|;#!'^ W$'ffi&&'.; '!.'���������������������������':  !..;;Sfy'?;M^Wf|y-|i^  .���������HKy-;J?fe.i;/.i, y^^.!^/i>i?:y"f^^f .{^>fe*"'i|r_ ������. ������'4?1'.^"f;;: i f  :>fy^y&*-^?-!^'fiy  y; yy^y!yy;!.';!" XX 'yyyyXxyifiPyyM^fWX i' f  !'& ^'syfe-, ���������.!;; XH ffff WfiffXtifffA -iMif Ufffiff;  lfei.%  *'*'"-f'ffi   -  ��������� '   ^ 1% ���������'���������yl-f-rfM*n^i-*-:i::'"fyYff'':f  iyJaViinf^fiiu^jR hand, l (     '     ;,'! 't ,;... / v .  yfffif^A^y^  :\>y^:  ff1 'f  ffifff ffffAfff YfAyfffffffffffiff f fy=;������;'  ySSSy^iyifyiKJi^  yyyiy y ^y!: ^^S^^^- y^y !?::'y ���������;^ :i iff XfTpifffifT ��������� ���������;!  ������������������' ; '������������������ ���������/'��������� v'i:-'j'.'^  y.^-  .5-i y*',!  ���������but thetne^oii^tiottSfwe fiuaily closed  at I i'st ndV'-fties-'     ' ; ^   . -  Wea re' A h (brmed^hey%i tent ^cf ^Vlctriria  :::liave en^^god^tje AlhamUra^HitU*f^a|i_i.ar!y|  day to'meet tnemberV of* Parliament r^oenllj  arrived - froni ^lavv^'inm I ben.  a tt - o rf pS vinniiyfto^kp r?m? the! r "cvpi ni ons o j.  the session of* the Legislature at (Htawa and  its.bearing oii. 'he.prosperity, of. the province  "of iiritislKColnmbia. "y  -';:.'.  '{f Mr - JrH; ��������� Sul li van;. the'^itperin ten dent W;  "Police, 1ms-beenlori^  on the East coast'sbooiin^ Affair." He was  ^ad mi tted: 16! I) aili on his own i recog nizance.yy  I"fX iTHB POLARIS INVESTIGATION; *<,'  New Yorkv June":I"4^A-{WMli"n'glon ppecialj  says the testi'inony_o.f vCaplain!.Tyson;ot\f[ 'tipp  _SerkeanV-illijbr..in, the Polaris* investigatum  Jbaai/-"beeii^received  froni) the!stenographers-  and wt 11 be.' pi'inted -as'���������; ^0Rn;.ips f pbii'ibU*. I  Ttieir sta ternen ts1 en;n ta in ���������iogeltier 'ab o t _ '��������� ��������� 5p.;'.  iOOOswordgii-Vi The en f ii-e- rnnm oftii&i^tAtiiipy  U con Qrnw-tory o f the, fact th a '���������������������������-'thei r sepanV  tion if ro nii' tii errvgss. 1" was ace i de ol at/." .*_!$ ������ M  !was entireyunanimity./.ainoi!}?���������-���������'.-(|i'e; erewinnd:  officers.   The discipline on board  the-vessel  vvas excellent and all were\; workiag! in  bar-  in o ti y ca r r yi ng V out- p repa r a 11 on s>; ex pec ti ng  every moment -&he would be jaramrd axul  broken-between the ice.!pr. rendered ' unKea.  worthy from the floesf ,The>eparati6.n:W^s  therej'oro vvbolly afeculunial as far asthe crew  could know. ~ .  ^  ��������� ;   EUROPE.-   y  V >- '  *Madri(rI...TnnA 11���������Dimensions have broken  ou 1. i n the Carl 1st en tnpl [)orregary "r remova  was noum accuunt.of; wonndp, 'hut in con  Fvouence of aii intrigue with the Marquis  Valadeze*   . -:, ,,  . Lundpn. June 11;_- It is expffcted the^prose-  eulionijfaiufii lhe Ticiiborne claimant will be  able to rest.their case .next week., ,,���������  Prince Am a ileus and guile arriw^ in Eng  land, where Lhey wiirreijjain during the miui-  iner.  i  , Constantinople!! Juno-^ll^TI^; Sultan ^ha?  i?eu(*d ii rormai decree gran ling- to the Khedive of Eg v p t an inct*.* \ ie nden t Qo vp i*n in en t.  an������1 anihorising \i i ni; to a11gineut iiisrarmy aiid  C<mc 1 iide'forinal tvi*:aties.  Pari^yJune 12 --The ' Government has :di-  V ect ed. $ i,o.;i.n t m ed i ate, tpx ns p< > r ta ui o n of Qigi ��������� y  Hochefo'rtio H6w GaleribWia. Tf Pf" f U"^  U. ad ri ri, J it ne ,1,2 ^T h o. exci tem en t whi ch  in������.llip.ly'i  Fa I her was Jelling bet(er?a,nd [iTual ly'that he  was <3|'uite! well-again. t.he fact bvinz that^the  vptiftil ns: ot Po fie Pi ifs IXvwere Yhtd derf a?w|Vy  inyspineWp,e_3i-je.fc .rec<>as,.&f ithe Vatican-, wftlv  Abbatimenati quietly stepped into bis place  iJ-S.  ������iJf; JOflSfe_JTBBi-..hblds^hiy l?ow������-?r.oTiAtiorn^.;.^'-;  '' 1 WILLIAM.DAVI.ON;   :  BiHtervllle,'}JL*y -31, 1873. .; #Um ^  '::U'r"i:AZ  ���������  ��������� :A::::'y::a.'-  ,~,i- ^.,.v-������.-r.  .' V .':! /.!"..,    .  yy'-yyyrAyyff:  .vi.iVfe:*'  ���������S: &���������*- */  ���������- v.- S-Vi  '���������;: ���������������������������: > ''  f||^ES^it_II**#A"^  O: ^fAttorhey,-!!*!*!- is.tuUy.yiutltcirised to collect for;  Attorney)  [fltf. .WlLLlAif rOUKTST..  .tlarlcervillof0: C, May^ 1873iffffpwyVl^m  ifcii ia always sup.died; with the best, oi"everythiiig  'that oaa. ho procured ia-.Can uoo..   ���������*������������������ _*���������_ -. '������!���������_ --;, ;{ '  ���������     -L/iTwilf0'*3 J-U-t/ . ���������,. AJ W _*aui-!__*������������^i*_uw;v*,- ;���������  atsateactory.i*ate9.^; ? vf aa: .w [ ;; ^V'' "?_Bt>  Siiiffli I���������eats  ���������r.:i_>  .1.3 __.- -  irk   .-������������������-  fip ^TpE^KTATf ��������� 0*CTH^i^t������>'-. J  James, .MatM^m 3oht^ii.  TETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION have.  u -he������-n fenitt&sd'-Cib tihiV:_ru'iitle^gd:e..^viM������r will- pay  und  receive^Alili DEBTS ;6\vrtiir iroiii aiid to the  Estate.     ,-     ...... ''., ,,..-';:..;. .   _-: v^b'. > *"*.  11ARVUT. P. ELMORK. .������������������.'..'��������� i tr _.  .AM1*.IiJ. BAl-t BOHAN*0Nr.  mvU.tf  .,,,   ,    *  .:-:.yr ��������� cj_  Quesnello, May 9, 1873:  -".;��������������������������� .Wild I^d Tax, -; y  VQTICE IS HEREBY siren that a LIST  li ' < ������f ii 11 person & w i th i u I li e D i.������ tri _ t o J O ri ho j vv . ��������� r i  arv . liuhlo . to pay the .above T*:x lor the y������u������r 18.7.3,  may he in.ppi'Cto'u ou ai������pUeatk������u to A Bariajw, Qu-j..  no!myuth:"i.a%tb . ,     ���������; "-'. _���������_. i .  !      :     " G. BVRN'KS,  Collector and Assessor of Wild UivITax,  .BarfciTViUe.,  June 12, .X873.,  '"��������� *      NOTICE. -^. !\.  Bbad Taj. -.Lasts,.;������87#.'  can bi^  ar i i���������������lj1 o to pay Koad Tax for .11 ho year 1873,  iusp.cteti at the ioUowiag _UuC.es: ���������    -    ��������� ���������  Court Htnit-e, Richfield.^    .,.���������.,.   :  f ,������ost Omce. VauWmkle^-^ * ������^ -y��������������������������� - :  Post Officei Quesnehnonth.  ;J;_������;*-jtTtOO."0i?ON ^  f > EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THliY HAVE REJIGVtTD  l> to the sp icious premises lonucrly. known ns:.tl e  dr.; George .alooii, where they, wUl.ueatu.il t_ta<6  prepared to lUru ish ���������;..,     "'.T -v.  :'. OF "tr^E ' 'BEST: ;^UAUTY,;..!..  Tii e" BAR'! fttrate lie d wUhJ j th o j$wk t TPIKES  I .iQtJOi*:- aud-ClCARc".. , .....,,, ��������� ',, 1. If fif-v   f t  mei^lk^^i^\pM^I^' m&"'"   '' ^^^m^m^^^mQ9.  j- (���������;���������  ^..���������VV*w������...-������  ������a7 6ia  - ::::A'<  ma*  ' - -' BarWeripfi'te.''���������>������������������ -"  ^i^^ff>'-f^f^f  i'-lK ?���������*���������?>  '^66W^l;?^T^^9i0^^$  i.^ i^ftr*'  !-yL.IiGhHr,T>:_^;i:*^;-fe J0_,K^ E-.K;v^^yy  '-/^y-y'i--:'y;y1!(:-^t.'y-a^"yr:y'-^  ���������/���������^���������!.!i~,i -..fi-i-nri  ;_*___________.   -im."  ��������� t'W;^'.'.'-'^   _2________IJ____,  . A* COURT-: OF GENERAL !��������� -A"3SIZ_S IANB! .  ���������x\-   Gaol i04 liy^rjv������iV. 1 ,*T. "tfi-Bi J?iiusv-wiU he helflj at  uach of thc.������nU{yini:!.Yfoiiij<l" ph:cvs!a������"$oi\o5..s, oxGC-pt,  the sanie-'be. hereafter chadge������.l by XVriler in ^Coauoil;������������������_ ..  .; Ne^r-'^estinUlster. Wqa__osday,i May 1 _".;_ y.;.   . f i  Ytllii, Monj.Ky.-/May 1"*, .'/   ���������;. .'���������'.'...*T '!  y..Iiytt'on^ ThurS'Usy.'May:f>'2\ '"���������      ' '���������"���������������������������'_       "���������.''���������.  j:;vK������mlo..pry Wb'tlii^stlfty/'May 28.   ��������� -  ." *!' \  ��������� Ch It ton, A1ou'Uhv\;Jui)^ & ;';������������������--���������' ^^ '1t'.'-'^'''���������-������������������ ������:^"  -:4  Quesnelmouth",'FrMisy, 'fi.iie.ll. ;  :A.v Jtilciilieiii,. Tuesday, JuiiiJ 17.,.^.;;,^!::. .: ������������������ ���������:,"'.  y'^:yy;p^ "f"ff- ���������  ',;'������������������''WchfleVV,' Tuesday.'Sc_>timber 15.'.-:"������������������" .'������������������        f -T"y  ���������'���������>-��������� ��������� -Ques.uelm������uthv'to' be ^ixed ��������� heyeaftar,'if eaaym *  k.v.yyyness;,,;.,/!.'  ,.>'-:l-'V.-- .*���������**& f , :' ��������� .- {:: :   f'*''- ��������� ���������  '.....V.Clintoii, Cours^ay, October %. ���������..-,������������������ ,;-'.: ; _,  .���������KnViiluot>s,'Tuesday, Gctniier 7.  ,-      ..-  ���������": Ly tie n, Moitouy,' x)c to bt r 13. ���������",��������� ,.f ffk  1,^1  ��������� ���������>; -ViiLi .;,TritirsoHj>,' October 16.      -f':;   .    ^      "! ������������������'. *  f. , Jjiev; A^estcamfcter,; Tuesday', October 21-j /��������� '��������� ���������.;  h ������������������.  . ��������� Assizps at l^anituno iihd elsisvihare^. 11, when%SWfri;  sary,;be.hereufivr; [(&&*., -. -. - .>",.��������� '���������   * '��������� 'i::f'������������������'���������'������������������ "'"���������  .   Bijited 17th aay of/April, 1873*.'  ,'   ���������-; .>A >;    .  - ��������� ���������'*  : ^yv;^ ...'���������' iBy:coa.aaati*lj. v.f -:r'i^.u&'X''>���������['  ,.;v  ������������w������_C.M?.l:������i������'*������������������������>������~.'������a'������-*V,"**V''"  rr -.Mj j-  , ,.,_.. ���������'  '���������>wv-",_;  ��������� ' *'TS*?!f". \. V   i  if  H  _ v  I  :-*_  *Hft(riRIBft&:SmiNEt  SATURDAY^WNE 21,1873. .^^^  Federal patronage.  /���������.-��������� The question of tbo; bestowal of;Federal  patronag e is being warm I f discussed In tbo  lower.country papers, and; it,would appear  that all parties are united in! the.opimon that  ���������y tbe citizens* of Una Proyinee have ������just rigbt  _o be first consideredJo"the. bestowal of offices  at thedisp^  v.; The Importing;of;;,bfBciAli. from . Downing  Btreet in the early.. .day 8" of the col ony: was  considered a great grievanceby some popple,  - bnt the wisdom! of vdblbgv 8b at; that time was  generally .conceded;,not that there wa6 any  8car<Jity iti the colony of men competent to fill  offices of tf list," biit the inducements[field on t  In the shape of moderate salaYfan and a small  . amount of work were hot sufficient to attract  the attention of the vigorous and energetic  then who'seek*.to make the! r for tubes in gold  countries.; Downing street, therefore, supplied ;6n'r. officials _ and it-will be admitted'  that the gentlemen appointed, with probably  - some fe,w!! 6,*ccflpfionsrwere men well qualified  both by; character and edu.catioh to fill f their  yarious offices.'-'''But how^'that; the rule';��������� p'f  r   frowning;.stree. fma!passed away,1 and a large  portion of the inhabitanta; of\ the Province  f. have adopted more settled'iodes of business-  than gold' mining.;;'^  re'Mdepts,; tbe;' importing-' of officiate "should  ,: :eease.V "y Tbegenuine pfficeihnnter< is not of ten"  ii ���������:wy '"dttirabie' citizen | ipiiywe;. fancyrthat  in Gariboo ;but' few people-are .to. be found  Wn6!; would ��������� forego, their cbances, in,the mines  r. foif the ^apparebtlyjm'6'ri^;co^mfo/rj^ie'niode of,  i������t(ding iHtougb life in :tlpe -pubHe seryjee... BiiA  there are men ^ ;who- bare  f- Dot .foliowedy of^l^buhting^ as a "profession,  . but haVey Vabbred long sand! hithfri 11 y for  tb*vidvanceraent;of tbe cpiiotry;: and ; at jrely  in.tbe bestowal of its.;P'atronage their claims  ^flhonld -;' jbe'v firsts -considered ��������� -by'.- the ~ Fed era!  ^Governmen Iff. The ap point men 16 f Mr Gray  ti X$ % Jiidgsbip was; not Vie wed with favor by  ������:'!tbe"'people of .''this- ���������"province,' but:respect;for  ft. the; judiciary prevented any great! outcry  'against��������� it; but now that it appears to be the  ; settled policy of the -Federal Ad minis trai ion  to send all its officials from vOttawa. it is the  duty of oiir people;.to protest! against such  . a course be)tig persisted in, and. demand tbat  y' thei el aims of old and capable residents be  ;-  iof passed oyer In favor of strangers,   ..  .GKANU JURY REPORT.  To-.bis. Lordship Mathrw-'feiijiit'Begbie,  - y Chief j.u.tice 61 British Columbia, y  : Tb<> Grand Jury of Can boo, convened in  tbe usual manner on the lOtHJune, 1873, re-  spectfnlly'beg to submit the following recommendations to your Lordship, r  lyTh'at tbe road between "Van Winkle and  Barkervi'te being almost impaflsabls daring  tbe^pring of the year, owing to'-the melting  snow, would ask your Lordship to recommend  the Executive to clear the show therefrom  earlierinthe season, in order that the road  may be put in such condition that the maile  may not be delayed and freight teams arrive  earlier In. tbe season; thereby conferring a  great, benefit upon.the inhabitants of this dis*  trict./ ���������.-;.. ff fff . 'yf if ..if,iff  .: .That tbe .road; to the Van Winkle Mead o wa  be kept ittt.epalr, and a trail cut from a convenient point thereon to the mouth of Nelson  Creek.' y .}'"!������������������"������������������:'���������.������������������������-���������.'.  That your'Lordship will be pleased to  rebpmmend' the removal of tbe Court Honee  and public buildiugs from Riclifleld to Barkerville. The iu convenience of existing ar  rangeinenta is so obvious, and the advantage.  to.be derived from tlie removal so great to  the Court;:! jiirora..suitors,-&c. that the Grand  l-Jnry.are of opinion that...it need hardly be  dwelt upon at any length. Tliey desire; huv  ever, .to express their..regret 'that the Execu-  tt ye h as seen fit to -t rea't p revioas reo om mendi1 ���������!  tioB9 of a like nature with neglect," 'and- trnet  tii'tt the *mp>rtariceof*bm matter will indues  them to give it.their immediate attention.  *������������������On behalf-of tbe Grand Jury/ . ;,. ; -  ... -. -.,.--,������-,. v, ..��������� \r?,-. -. .-'��������� ���������.. - -���������. j0JjA^ < f_ VTr. j?0 reman*"'  ���������NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  ;:;/y/\-��������� ^oiiqE; ;--'; y]  TTA:VINt>;''deTei*h^ried to CLOSE my Res  II   taur.mt Business on the 30th day oi Juue next,  all persons intleb.ie-1 to me are roquestori forthwith to  pay the-8am������ to George'Byrnes,-.Unto whom all  accounts against mo ifhupt bo presented;  f If.: ./,:��������� ���������:, ;������������������:,v. ^ JOHN. G-: .GOOD'SON.: "  : A. :.. ���������; i.���������;* i A'\   '��������� .*  .��������� A'. . .WVJttNUp.J&ke Rental!HD t.  1   Barkerrille,Juoe 20, 187:.^ ' ��������� ' ���������' -"- '���������- - ��������� ���������': ��������� \jii21 ..  JSEW A0VBETISESJENTS.1.  FOR-BALK One and ti half Interests in  the X^th-tfrOmfitiDy, Antler Creel..   - ;-. y^f.t:  .. .Applyto  Jul7  GEO. ISAAC,      .,  -  Od the claim.  THE AGENCY OF THIS BANK HAS been  re-opencd in Barkerville, for the transaction ot  all kinilsof Bynkin_ftiu.9ino88.   /"; ���������     .��������� .   -.  Q-old pust and Bars purchased- on best  terms.    :*'fff;f-:, .- ��������� ���������  ::'.": . ivf ���������'. '������������������ .-. . .-'. .  Exchange ������ol_ on Victoria, San'Francisco, New  York, C.inuaa, au<i Iiondon on reas'onuulo terms. ���������  Deposits received foT.'transmi6������lon to 4,be Vic-  toria BMnoh. Interest allowed at 5 per cent, per  annum,SO d^noUce.      . / ^ M0RRIS,  ' ;���������"'.'  '���������-      . .  ���������      .- A^cnt.  Barkerville; June 9.1873. }nli  ^������'������-������-+������  i Thk East Coast SHooTfNO. AmiR.~:Police  t?nperintendent- Snllivah baa heen committed  for trial, which took place Iti Victoria yesterday.s The result of th������ trial had nottranapifed  ���������rup,to the time onr. Victoria .dispntches were  forwarded.;. The case .will, however, he thoroughly, sifted; by a competent tribunal.-and  ; s jnatice. fully' Batiafledv, While-forbearing to  make any remarks at present on .this caae, we  ��������� must aa'y-thai tbe perHl^tent! and vindictive  bounding by the Victoria Colonist of a public  ;  officer simply b������'cHiise he Is an appointee of a  . Government to which the conductors of ..that  journal are opposed, calls for and receives  the strongest .condemnation of every right-  thinking person in Cariboo." '      *    ...  ��������� Chtf.j* Justice Beobtk ��������� arrived in Barker:  yilte last. Saturday''and.leaves.for the lower  country this morning. The' good efrcts of  his Lordship's visit to Cariboo last y^arare  plainly visible in the blank calendar presented to the Court of Asaize last Tuesday.  The full measure of justice meted out by.  Chief Justice Begbie to all classes ot offenders  at the Court of Resize held in 18C2bHS inspired the vicious tvith-a wliolesome terror of  the law. ��������� Respect for the dignity of his high  offlce. and the impartial administration of justice hy his.Lordship. have elevated him high  In tbe esteem of all good people.  Tbe Govbrxmknt has lost no time in at  tending lo the memorial forwarded from Cariboo praying for the immediate construction  of_a mule trail from the Williams Creek  Meadows to Nelson Creek. As anticipated.-a  favorable answer has been given to the prayer  of tbe memorialists. Tenders are invited for  .he work, and will.be received up to Saturday nest,'30tb inst. The present. Government  has always shown itself alive to the veauta of  tbe whole Province, but certainly its good  works in behalf/of the interests of the upper  epjmtry deserve-the fullest iceed of praise  V Assessment ��������� Notice,- ���������������������������--  MOTICE is hereby giveiij that unless all As-  Vif 8e������f.m(ntj������...uov '_u������i aod ;ihat, may ..hcqomo du**  i>y> Stephen Mattice on account of tha-Bal*'!head  C*)bp:������ny Interests tn the Oram Comp^nv/; hd'- not  paifj on;o"r. beforn tho Tiijnf day: "Of July. 1673, the In-  tie'r-.'Jt of Stephen M-xtlice; in*th������-Batdbea(l Cornp.iny:  .wiJlr.ho;sold hy A*nblic. AucUoa, .or as much thereof as  w.jjfp;������y.-thf Assessment an.d exp^ns'S.incurrjed^ i  ,- Tho %\Ie will take place, at twelve: o'clock,/Uoon,  on To Iy '3 !, 1873. ��������� ��������� ���������       ' .    '- .      ;       ' v'  By order.of tbe Board of Directors. " -���������''    ir'".      '  ���������'. !"���������'":'':; ff-'... fi...-"'; = -; "CHS,-W1TJ!30V, ������������������..  Vj������21    '���������''���������������������������'.'.;.���������'    '   .   ', 8ec_fet.arf, .,  THS XTNDERSIO-NED BEG-S TO INFORM  the public that ho has opened a ',.  Bakeiy at Last Chance,  LIGHTNING .-CREEK,     .  and is prepared to .deli ver Bread at any part of the  ju7 -.���������.,'. JOHX MAHRER.  Good J&iyp Sale.  THE  ELDORADO   SATJOON. BILLIARD  .    TARLES.  BAR  FlXrUR^.  PIANO.  BEDS AND BEbl*)IN(;v:&c;;  ���������' /,)! v**;-.'  THK UNnERSlGNED, WISHING TO RETIRE FROM  buMo"'-s������, oiTor.s fiir buIc that wcll-knyun Frcf-  hnld Pripert'y. t!������i������ Kl-iorado Siionn, together with nil  the Fixtures'. HilliuM Tables, .Piano. Bar Fixture.,  gtovos, Beds ana Bctfi!in_r, &c, - '���������' y ���������'���������-.������������������' . ���������'; ��������� ��������� '.���������;:'  ju7 ��������� , !'���������"'..      ' .W.W. DODD.^  ; Mining Claim for Sale.  A^TJ5o!GR- MORE- INTERESTS -IN-THK  1/ Two" Sisters .'Company, Jack or Clubb  ('reek.- :"    fyf..tyf"f     ft    -Y'   f  For particulars, apply to ��������� '-;;������������������     li  .    .   -    W. W. DO DP, mrkcrville ;  Or to       JOHN PIS.KEHTON,   . ���������    - ...  my2_lm  '   ���������(���������    .:���������;.; <������n UvvCImUiv  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  .*:,::  T  io .  t  10  ft  7  3  10  6  10  6  30  6  ROUSE    CREEKr  NOTICE  CEALED TENI)"������RS; endorsed' "tender  FOB NELSON CREEK TRAIL,"  will bo received by the undersigned up to ^Saturday,  the. 29th June, 1873, for tho construction *\t a Mule  Trnil from'a-point on the Mosquito Creek Wagon Road  to a point on Kelson Creek.  Plans and Spfciflcatiens can be seen at the Post  OfOc.% Btirkorvill������. and at thc rcsUenceof JolinL  Muir, Esq \ J. P., Van Winkle.'   .  The lowest or any T-.n;i<T not'necessarily acc������-pted.  Wi th each Tender- niust be ijnck^ed Uje namr-sof  two responsible p_r������-nn wiiliug to give security for  the duecompletSou of tht* wor!>*.  ' '.'"���������'.  . ."'robkrtbeaven;  .-..;���������., ���������. Chh1'CnmmisRjr.ji.r of l,.-������o-i8 aud Works  ��������� : ,   ...        (ByTaoR SpBvcf:. Sup'-rintco-icDt.)  G50CEBIE8.; PSOVISIOHS, MIHING  IE?'  Dollvored to Minors on the following outlying Creeki:  Antler, Ouiinjngham, Stevens, Beggs Gulch,  fscfii- ��������� *J"  ���������  ������g@_. The Goods sold at tl>is Store will, an usualt b_  of the best"n_UH*ity and at the lowest ovar^t prices,  Grt������uae Creek, May 10.1873. m?10 2m  SELLING OUT!!  ai  A'flit- NOTICE."y-t..l.y  SEALED Tanders will be'received by the  undersignecl at the Post Oirice, B.uk^rviJle, up to  the 30th June, for the supply of the folio wing articles,  to be delivered - at Quesrelmouth in such  quantities as raay be required -for the Omineca Tr.-ol  and on the Wagon Koad from Soda Creek to Cameron-  town, vi?.��������� ���������-.'.  Extra Flour, No. 1.  Lillooet Bean8; No. 1.  S 1. Sugar, No. 1.  Congou Tea, No. 1, in bulk,  China. Rice. No. 1.  Fresh Butter, No. 1.  Bacon.beet quality., ......  Lard, No.. 1..  Potass No. 1.        '! -  Ypftst Fowd**r������.  Dried Apples and Vinegar,  Ground Coffee, fresb, best quality.  Salt, fine, in sack.  ���������Pepper and Musturd.  Yellow En<.liHh Soap.  Shovels and Axes.  Picks and Pick Handle..  Barkeryille & Van Winkle,  OFFER FOR SALE,  Their eutire and well-assorted stock of  .IQ'UORS,   CLOTHING,  BOOTS AND SHOES.  Quesnelmcuth, Juaft 14,18"8.  THOMAS "SPEJfCE.  MINING   IIVIPLEMENTS,  . -CC._.&C, &c.  $&- Pav'ies,intending to buy Goodsof any  description will find it to J.beir advantage to  ijive us a call before purchasing flsewbere  rovl7  DKALER IN  aroceries, Provisions and  Liquors.  PROGRAMME.  Tuesday, July 1st, 1873,  .     SPORTS^  ���������-������������������'��������� ' i  ��������� '��������� '���������''*';' ���������.-���������'   :��������� -".���������:���������; -if-   'fi: .1st Prize.   2d rri__  l__Wheelbarrow Rnce,  . $7 [U  {no prompting.)  3���������Fo<it Race, 300 ynr'ds,  3���������VnuU Jog Hij.n Jump, with pole,  ihrowinj. polo h������'ick,  4- Foot Race, 150 y������r<lp, winner  ���������    of 800 yftril"race, excluded,  5���������fc\ck Race,  6���������Hurl Ic Race,  7���������Kunh.n.* High Jump,  g���������Hop, sikipand Jump,  . Entr.tnco fee to al! ofthe above snorts, $1.  Tho Spirts will commence at TKN fc.cu. sharp,  a  eignnl i_iin will be flred,  SALUTES will be tired at Noon.  HORSE-RACINO-.  DOMINION CUP AND $300 ADDED,  350 ynrJs, hoflts, 3 iti 5, 25 yard- tiistnnce, carrying  not less tliao 80p"UUds7-Enr;iDC0 niuu.'y'$25, to bf  added. ...  PEOPLE'S PURSE-$125.  350 yards, heuts, 2 in 3, 26 y:ir������l������ ilist;ince. cflrrying  not less than 90 poun-iK���������EntniDco money $10, aided  (winner of Dooiiuion Cup. burreUj.  HACK RACBr^SO.  350 yan'fl, heat3, '1 in 3, 25 yards distance, catch  wcijrliiH���������Kutrance $5, added (winoora of previom  ritces. barred). ��������� ., ���������  XX XX-. .SLOW RACERS 15, '������������������  350 yards, single d.sh~Entr.������nec, Jit, not added.  fT'ff.   SI WASH RA'JE-$1'I. '"X'.i'p  .360 yards, heats,, 2 In 3, 25 ynrda distance,, atcb  weights.  Wednesday, July 2,1873.  SPORTS.  QUOIT TOURNAMENT.  Prize $20; IS yards. Eutrica to bo mad* not later  than 10 o^clock, i\������] l������t, at Kurtz's. ������������������ .fi  ; ��������� Potato race,  50yards, 10 rnurpbies.   1st prizo, $10; 2d pria-r $i.  1 ^8* RACE, :.!V  Handicap.   l������t prize, $4; 2d ])rizcr $3; 3d, $2.'  ."������������������.- '.���������'"���������?  THREE-LEGGED RACE,  100 yards.   1st prize, $8; 2d, $3.  Entrance fee $1, except to tbe Boy*' rac*.  HORSE-RACIITG.  QUEEN'S PCJKSE~$250.  350yards, best 3 out of 6, 25 y.irds distance���������Kn-  Ir.mco itumoy $10, not add od*; carrying not h\sa ili.a  90 pounds; ji tbrrtj en fries, second to savo bis stake;  winner of Dominion Cup barred.  CARIBOO P*JKSE-$125,  350 yaMF, heats, 2 in 3, 25 y;������r ?������ distunce; winnorsof  Dominion Cup ami t.u������jcn'.-* Purse barroii; cirrying  not less than 90 ptmnls; enir..jn:e money $10, added.  SCRUIJ RACE-$40,  350 yards, heats, 2 io 3, 25 yhr*\tt rlhtance; entranca  $5, not added; to In; three < nirfos or no rue-; win-  in rs of tho tour principal races to be barred; catcb  weights.   .���������  SIWASri RACE-$10.  350yards, heats 2 in 3; 25 yards distance; cafca  weights.  RACE FOR BEATEN HORSES-$75,  Single dash; horses havlnjr run in Indian race barred;  entrance $5. added; catch weights.  En francos for Dotninfrtn Cup to be made bisftw  Ten ������������������'clock p.m. ou Juno 30th, to thc Secretary, at  I'.  KUKT������ S.  fiuirajic-s for Queen's Purse to bo made before  Ten o'clock p.m., July 1st, to the Secretary.  Other entries to bo made previous to each race.  No Ji.ckcy.ing .allowed. All disputes to uo.settlua  by tbe Patrol Judges.  GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!  Wm. Rknntk, Chn'rman.  Ciias. WihHON*. Secrolnry,  W. B. Sikki.k. TreiiBurer.  9  V  Wild Land Tax.  -VTOTICT IS HEREBY tfveu that a LIST  .13 o. ail persons within tlie District of Cariboo who  are liable to. pay the ubove Tax lor the y;������ar 1578  may bo inspected on application'to A. Barlow: Ouegi  tteltnoiuh, or to '  '        , f   O. BYRNES.  .      ,_* .S.0]10*5^"* **** *i������������e50r of Wild Und Taj.,,  'wHUtt, fiftrtofvtttt, V  ROASTED DAILY AT THE STORE.  DEPOT     FOR  PIONEER MILLS EXTRA FLOUR  supply off which; has juafc been *re-  r*ROM AND AFTER THIS DATE AND  1    until iurtber notice,    *  Treasure to any amount  Will be carrlod between Barkerville and Victoria at  Hi  m  m  H  n_-___j  1  IS  _������S  _gj_p____?  nns  __^__^____s_������___  f____tilE  f^___B  I  M^^_*HI  H  kC_0S__C_3__Y  mm  mm  B  nl  m  ������.   v.    ������.    .%   "JAMES At KBWLANP, ig������������t/  llas-ksrvUlej H&y ia, Jg73_  _"-?_>i,  y.i������'A.'  .:'"-.T.-^;;:-^-;rf.,  it.       ,  ilQl ������  373.  J^W.  6  3  6.  *  iarj>, a  >RD.  carrjlnj  5, to bi  carrying  ), added  *, catch  pr.yiou.  .ed.!;  573.  ot later  (���������������������������*; IS.  e~Kn-  * than  stake:  rryin_  -titled.  irancs  win-  cuicb  catch  ���������  BS_8BS  K  mmm  ���������  ���������Hi  !(___���������  5,  l^p  irrod;  f_f_iiit  |l|fjffl_f__������  iftfore  fallltyy  ry, at  ������uforo  H  total  iiS  mi  11111  HI  11111  ,n.  fyf  er,  ���������mi  *  nv  >s  ai  NPira  ���������Iii  .ND  nt  at  it;  -Ha  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  JHLi  SATURDAY, J.ONB 21, 1875.  rC  ���������PASSENGERS.  12T Mite bouse, June 18 -Barnard & Co.'s  Extra passed here this morning, with one f>  longer��������� a Chinaman.   Pearson"0 stage pa*se  at noon, with one passenger for Soda creek.  Barnard .������.- Cci;*8 Regular passed at 5 p.m; '"'X ry$i3 VS  to-day .with-the following. paRsehp:er'p':^B������ve      London   ViV  Pisher and Uriah Nelson for" B���������^k(i?v^iM:^tffi, ^  brother ofv the latter struck Curtln with M  axe, (at_a^wm.qdlng hitri.  fBelfasV"J,inn;:J6--.Alraond Gordon* with  Ma wife andtfmy. children, were found murdered m their beds at Tiiorn.lyko, 18 miles  from here, this Jnorning. A .brother of. Gordon has been arrested on suspicion, .\imre  aeema to have b sea. trouble about property  between thom; ���������  Norwich, Jsinf? 16���������Three nien bave ���������been-  as- ������r^es%d charged ^Hb o'b'etrnctin.z and throw*!  ie_tjing trains from,the .imkoty the Norwich and  ;.-      W.QrCe8jt������������^^  heavy  mail and largce.freight.   .... ./���������  About twelve ox teams have passed up,  during last week, all heavily loaded\ for  above. Roads io excellent older; Wetttlier  ���������delightful. ::   .':>,,-    ���������fiffif " ;:"  >;  Cariboo Charlie andNOregon Pick left here  this morning for Barker?!'.* in charge of  John Cameron, lie expects to reach Barkerville by Mondsv afterhoon. The horses look  well.- - X   ...  SODA CREEK.  Soda Creek. June. 18���������There are three race  horses here under the training of D. F. English. Mr Manife. will leave here to-morrow  week for Barkerville.  *  ; CLINTON. '.  Clinton, June -20.-rMr.Wm Sampson, with  ft party of. men, is cutting: out the trail "between Lillooet .and Howe Sound .lie 4a ^doing good work, making a m.leVperrday/'-tt4t)  hopes to have it nearly'com plated by ;fall;p.^. ���������  On M o fit lay1 as i. fi ve 12 mi til $ tea ms^and one  .. loaded pttck-train parsed tfiroogh town, jinv-  ing in! al L aboui-1251000, pounds! of:fr������ig!it;~  Therepassed, down two empty pack trains,  m a k i n g a b o u t _\50 m ul es bo th" w a vi1. M r f;  Hutch left f<������ r O in in **c*i to- day wl th V cargo  ot flour.   W* Nil he r very coo I and cloudy.  f- VICT ORI A.  Victoria, June 18-The gunboat Boxer rey  tn rn ed y est** rd a y Iron, a fo u r\weeks1 cruise  a 10ag t j������������ nor{11 wan 1 coast for the p 11 rpone of  allowing j he Supttrioteitdent of Indian affairs  to \n\*-\ view  the Indian tribes.,  Tliey were  fo und 16 b tf peaceat i I e;aud sa ti sfl ed.  A t Bel la  Bel I a r h e party ob ��������� aiii e d  from, t lie H u dison  I>>*y Co 1n p: 1 n y 'a.'������ ge n t a keg, ��������� 1 an (em, can d te,  fragnit.nta fA a new.* paper,'and some.biscuits.  supposed  10. brtve- belonged to the. wreck of  t h e G S., W ri gh t. /They _ jiexij..proce������ded:vto'  f "ape Can tion. where the SuperiDtendeui. io-  t 'rviewed the tribes Of Indians, who appeared  lo be well disposed and quiet, in contradiction  lo'tiie letters written by Snwanee.  No tidings  of ibe wreck-were obtained; ���������'/'.,  Joe. a Kanaka half-breed, suspected of being concertied in tbe murder of Mr and Mrs  Dwyer ou Sun-Juan Island, made a full con-  fe.^ion t<������-d������iy. He acknowledged haviug  done the killing, bia object being plunder.���������  He al?������o confesses to having.killed a Mr Fuller  ������n the same island last. year.        ���������     .     *  Victoria, June 20���������The Sullivan case comes.  before the Supreme Court today. Tbe result  ia awaited with anxiaty.  UNITED STATES.    ;   ��������� :  : New York, June 15���������Francjs Gillem, aged  .23. met bis wife Ellen, aged 19. to whom he  bad b*<en married five months, but with whom'  be never lived. She was walking with a  friend at tbe time. After a few minutes conversation, he brought her tip on Broom street,  near I lib street, and stabbed her iu tbe breast  five times, causing instant death.  James Duffy was stabbed and instantly  killed to-day by Edward Kirtl&ud, alias Curtis, in a drunken quarrel.  Chicago, June 18���������A Decatur, Illinois, dispatch tells a remarkable story of a wholesale  murder by a female poisoner. Last Sep tern her  a ftutner living at Moanyba,.vJ)l.f died under  most suspicious eirci, ma tances. * - Mrs Yo r k,  bis mother-in-law;and bodsei^iper, was suspected of having had something to do with  his sudden death. No steps were taken to  ���������investigate the matter, and Mrs York went to  live with her son. There she was taken ill..  The physician who was summoned to her aid  told her she was poisoned and had but a few  hours to live. She then made a confession  which exposed'he? to the world as a fiend, in*  ���������carnate. She confessed to having poisoned  her husband in 1865, her own daughter, the  wife of E. R. Drake of this city, and last September A. WyDrake. She then went to her  son's, and while there she made a mixture of  EUROPE  flo.^-The Emperor WiJliam  Private dispatches  Frere.  Prince Jerome Bonaparte has arrived" here  from Paris. V -\~: ... *f.+    -. PffTft-fAX    ��������� ���������  iCoosVan tinopltf;\'Jun^'^  Minister of.'/Marfae.'"'.b'ft'u bfteji removed, and  Advst Pail.a appointed in hjs place. > 1  Bayonne, June 15-It is reported that Gen.  Nauvelez has defeated the Carliete under Bar  rengaray. near Vittoria, f Tbree hundred insurgents killed and! wounded, and 700 taken  prisoners.% "'' \.\ -'!'���������-';���������.'���������"  ������������������-*-  ���������������������#i  ������������������r^-  MIN1NG iNTKf.aGENCE.  COURT OF ASSIZE,  ffbe Court of Amtn was opened at Ricb-  fi{ild"at 11 o'clock on Tuesday, by his Lord-  f hi p Chief Just ice Begbie. : The Grand 4 ary  Were-duly sworn in,- audi addressed b*jr hf������  Lordship on tbeir duties and obligations,after  which the Chief Justice retired from the Conn  room In order to allow the Jury art opportunity, for deliberation. --���������������������������-��������� ��������� xx  fQa the reassetnbIing of tbe Court, the Fore  man ��������� of the Grand .Jury; congratulated the  Chief Justice on the absence o( crime iti Cariboo.' The 'calendar, for the pi;esentAssize wae  an en tire blank j tbe on ly' bi isibess before the  Gr'ai>d Jurybviiig the'considejationoKseyeral  nuisances existibg in the town of Barkeryiile,  and. unless the'-nuisances -we're removed tbe  parses ca usi tig. 1 he m; won Id be ind ited.'   .  : Tfre: Fore m an! also -.erp reBsed' the regret i 'of  tbe jG-rand Jury that! they were unable to  .Comply, with .theftime-honored custom of pre-.  Sen ting to thepreaidiiii. Judge a-pair of white  gkwQB. nltbough no effort- had been wanting  on their part to procure them, as the, Grand  Jury were at all times desirous of complying  with those customs that show respect to their  Sovereign, especially when represented by  Justice and Learning. ; fff,  Hia Lordship made a suitable reply,, graciously accepting the excuse^, of the Grand  Jury, and congratulating,them on the orderly  atate of Cariboo. ��������� .:    '   f . y...    '  ������������������--  TifK* LASti & KURTZ CO.  This company; started steam on Thursday,  the 12th inst^aod have! hhen.engaged in sawing lumber for. .the siu.ft.."water;wheel, *fcc.  The co a tract t or the; oruis tra c ti 0 a ..bi one m i I e  of; ditch was. awarded, to -Messrs.:'Holroyd *t  Co., and ihe, work of cutting;'*��������� bega.n;;,on��������� ,\to 11-  d ay, .tbe 91 fa!* 1 nst The! Co top an y.: h a ve. com  raenced a double  f������uiik-by three shify  lie ve.. the. inteutio  atart the 'puinps  water is readied,  ing the new sliVft andMac'iIita'ting sinking  The new boiler,! is finished, and in '.position.:  and tlie'Company. ready to commence pum p-  ing when requixedf ' ff      ���������';  VAU^Y MOONTAtN. ���������  _ ���������������������������.''     '.������������������.-..'��������� . ,:  The Discovery co. are' cutting a new ditch,  and; w.i 11 recom me nee w������������rk in the d iggings  uext Tuesday or Wednesday,'  JACK*OP CIXBS OREBK.    ' .    ���������   !���������  , Tbe Two Sisters washed up 65 o������. last week  and 40 oe on Wednesday.of thie. week. 'The  Discovery. co. sJ i11 . proepecting. -d riftf ng- no!  stream. :, ;Tbe VTwo; BrptKers ��������� machinery . id,  nearly completed, and willktart sinking about  1st July. -   ��������� ! -   ���������   '    '.i:    '���������   -:  I.OWUEK CRKRK.i  The Calaveras co. washed up over 30 oz.  last week.  UOHTMNO OREKC. ^  The Spruce co. are putting in 400 feet of  (lame. The Point co. are working on a  bench;  they  washed up. 24 oz.   for three  . QUESNEIiMpUTn.ASSIZES..' ''' pf  \i' ft. T - ���������   W.^JSKsi>AT. June 11,1873.,  aRk6ina vs. Tommv. (*p: Indian.y~yf!he pri?.  sorie \% jwas i hid icted f or; the wi If ul-' tnu rder o f  two Indian wbinen��������������������������� at Otpioeca :in August.  i872.^..:y!.--v.  !.-  ffif fX. T^f^fxlTry  Mr Davie appeared for the;;Crown.      ;.  The ./chief   points against the.'yprisoner,  up oat b(ejr hea.ds, I i kely to prod u be d oath aud  .a'ppareiiUy inflicted; by ,sofue ebarp iosiru*  men t: They bad beeu rob bed. The pr isoner  was seen^in their company on three occasions  on the 9lh' August, the day on which the  women were .hat seen alive, aud was . seen  going.off julo the woods with them. Re was  seen the day/previously to bis going off. with  tlie women, 'with a -hatchet iu bis .possession.  A!'. b atohet ��������� was a fter wa rds fpii 11 d under t he j  root i>' a:>viilow tree near to the place where  the wdmM .were ion nd, and n6t-.a*r from the  pi ace f where the prisoner was seen)������������������.mihfbU-  Indian wife after be had gone off!with the de?  ceased ���������. "Attn .oaii takenby the prisoner from  iri Crow's boiise,;bui the takingx>f which the  near Port Alexandra, and where WHlett aa<I,  the woman were alio wee! to atayv Kennedy  knew of the...'' cja above stated* P,*rquette  alter wards i^;4sed. a -gn������.v blankets, a horse,  some:cti1ck*^_$ati& bthiernrticleR.; They tt-td  been stolen.Iteefti ite prfiril.iwH. . He^rocureti ���������  h search warran t. aii/ * r it-li Chief-!Cb n stab le  Lindsay searched the house and premises of  Kennedy, and found Parquette's chickens,  bnt none, of the other article*.' " V*  ;  .  Rev. Mp McOuckiu deposed he bad a bdn-  vereatiob with Willett in which he charged  hi nt wi lb going to Pafr:\:e tteV ho use! and ";*_*���������.  si sting the wonVan in cart y ing o_f. the >afiou������  articles, naming them, a?.d that \1fiUett in re-  ply said that nobody saw* tbeni do! ft*)  X The wife! of Parqwette was califd for ..'th������  defence, and fltafed.lhattshe never:told KenVy  rieidy or Wiilett she bad . left her husband.; '  that she alone! and unassisted at night took  two of Kennedy's horses, without his knowledge, went to "parquette"* bouse, packed away  the cbtokens on' one horse, she riding the  other j that abe returned with them to Kennedy's bbu>e and'put the horses back In the.  stable and the chickens in the fowl house. Of  all tliis she swore neither Kennedy or Millet,  knew anything, y. .{"���������.-���������.        v  The prisoners wore defended by Mr Park.  ; .The Jury* after del i be rating seven/ hours,  returned a y<������rtlict of guilty "ou the second ;  count; whereupon the prisoners  were sentenced tb six'months' imprisonment without  hard'lttbor.;. !;���������::*���������'-. '-: ���������'���������.."   ;*.' ������������������ ��������� -Vy,;ty������������������ ���������'���������' -i '���������  ".T'-'��������������������������� ���������;':y yfri���������'���������"'.��������� Thursdat; JtfbeJL2..  Rkotxa ys. Tosimy.���������The prisoner.���������w\k>h&if,  fdre^bad beeo acquired;of the bharge pf.mtir-  j  der anove stateo\:WM;\^n  ing money frbttfythe"bodies%'pff the  Indlaay  women/ found a murdered TeX Omineca, and,.-i,  pleaded not! guilty: l;;: "���������'-.;>���������;!   "j : f  1 The evblenc'eagaiiist him consisted of three  statements made by!i btin of:..bi������;b*^^^ <  the:rmoney,r;"::one^mafte'Iii writing;before Mir.  i  ootber verbally \  third made;Voi-.:)  previous trial,  The Jury found him guilty, and he was sentenced to two years' impriaoninent; with hard  labor.       ,- , -,:.i.iff    ..   ������������������    ���������'.'���������   ���������"   *:  Regika va. Lee KBN\-~The piiaooer.was  charged with, larceny and having stolen goods  in his possession.- The main evidence against  htm was tbat im mediately after  the _��������� stealing  foot. tracks were observed '; from the bouse  from' which the articles were stolen:going to '  the ho 11 se of- the prisoner,   fff-.       ���������        f fX''  ���������". Mr Barnatoti'. appeared. for"the defeadatit,;;!:  and he was acquitted.::. ? -ff-T fl:y\P  . _ _ - ��������� ^r������.__^    '  ���������'���������f'-.TSB'-fe^BR^  mugemopts for the celebration :Ot Onmin'ott  Day. are near iy. complete, and' out; eitia^ns are  piisouer denied, was alsoifoundnear the.same responding liberally to.the call for eubscrip-  place.   On the 9th of August the prisoner's tions,!..-We'.believe it is already known that aft  trowsers were observed to be lucked up, and  00 the day of the inquest, the 13th August,  poison to administer' t^^"t_n';bi^tbe. first op  jjortunity.  Feeling unwell a i^Sy^br two after-  wards, she went after "something in the clip  board and by mistake took the full dose prepared for her son,,..which resulted! in  her  death*.;'.' .ffr������T vi-f'P .   "."    ' X* ?   ���������  ..".:_  New York, June i$~James Curtio, while  drunk, early yesterday morning Quarrelled  Ui������ wite, wbes a young aud idiotic  hifts. Victoria ob. still puntping, but tnakinj.  very little heHdwuy. The Vancouver co. are  working down stream. Coslello co. cutting a  tail-race. The Gladstone co. bave got in  what they think is the channel, but have  struck no prospect as yet. Bay State co. have  commenced a tail-race.:. Water. Lily eo. are  clearing ground for wheel and shaft house.���������  jTlie Op hi? co. are working on tail-race.  BURKS CREEK.     ! .! , '  : McLeod *5. Co. struck a good prospect las  week ; they washed up 15 oz. in two days and  a half,-one piece weighing U oz The other  companies are making from an ounce to $5  per day.  ���������   GROC..K OKKICK.  The Waverley Tunnel co. will be on pay  next week. A large number of hydraulic  claims are piping away, taking advantage of  the abundance 'of water, and will not clean  up for some time.  ANTLER CREKK. -.  ; Tbe Lothair company have stopped  atripplbg for the present, and are waiting for  the water in the creek to lower* to comnience  wash ing. The We 1 sti co.. who st r 11 c k &' ^ood  prospect on a bench some two weeks ago, are  satisfied that they have good diggings.  Thk Weathkr.���������The weather continues  very cold, and during the present Week we  have had frequent showers of rain, hail and  snow. A,-great many of the deep claims.on  the different creeki are still/ unable to; work  on account of the high stage of, water. The  b y d r aitii ic' cl aims are ta king ad va n t������ge of the  abundance! of water, and will probably run  off double the quantity of* ground usual in  . previous seasons.; f  Svtorn iNtTr-Tbre'e of -the. new J. P.'s were  sworn'; in during the present week. before  Chief Justice, .gegl.ie,rr- Jonathan^ Nutt on  and M^lBt^lrreid^tte'-'ftttl -Moir/oA  they were examined, and when unrolled what  uppeaied ro be blood stain3 were found upon  them. .Similar appearances were found upon  his undershirt and oversbirt. Money was  taken from the Indian women according to  the admission ofv tbe prisoner, who saya that,  he!fourtd one dead and the other dying. The  prisoner denied -allknowledge of the charge  and p leaded not guilty".'.- ! yyy;  No counsel appearing for the prisoner, the  Chief Justice .watched his case, and in remarks  on his behalf his Lordship pointed -but.thai  the hatchet found  was not identified as the  one iu the. possession of tbe prisoner; that  any one..may have put the hatchet where it  was found ; .'that, if the prisoner committed  the deed, he would be unlikely to haye put  the hatchet where any one. could fitid it, and  that ic bad no blood stains upon it.   That  though there was water hard by with which  the hatchet might have-been washed,  it was  unlikely that blood stains could  ba washed  from wood.    As' regards the stains A.n the  prisoner's clothiug, there  was,no evidence  that they were blood stains, or if so the stains  of human blood, and the prisoner may'have  got them upon him iu passing through the  slaughter yard, which was not far from where  the priBotier bad been on the 9th August. Iii  eoncluaion. his Lordsliip said the case for the  Crown virtually wafc-^These women have  been murdered. ,J5Vho, poultt it be b 111 tbo  prisoner ?   Oirt'ne other hand, the prisoner  said :���������True, the women^have been murdered.  I did not do it, and', you havs not proved I.did  Uy ' ���������': y ���������  The .Jury returned a verdict of not guilty,  Eeo'ina! , val. Wiu.RTT and Kknnkdt.���������thi  prisoners were indited for stealing, various  articles, -the property of Baptiste Parquette>  and also foj^ having them in their possession,  knowing thein tti be stolen.'. ''.-.  It appeared that Parquetteyowned a small  farm at Fort Alexandra; that, in the spring of  last year be was lawfully married to an In  dian woman occot'diug to the rites ^and. ceremonies of tbe Roman Catholic church.   The  lenst efght fast; horses will be entered for the^  principal races.'} 'iffXXif. f-Xt- " y  Thk Hop. Joseph Hpwei, LTeutrGovernof  of Nova Scotiaj died ou the 1st J due,'aged, 69  years,    yf-.' . *  ;���������"- ."..  Barnard's Express, with Eastern, Canadian  and English mails, arrived at I o'clock yea-  terday afternoon. ' "'��������� . f    X'  Mr. J. S. Thompson, 'M;P.,.!;leR^^cifo^;!  yesterday en route to Cariboo.  :   -."'"  ENGLISH DRUQS!  -    /PATENT MEDICINES, ;V'  PRQPRIETArlY  ARTICLES,  Chevalier's Life for the Hair.  COUGH LOZENGES, &c, &o*  Teeth, carefully  ; js&f Prescriptions and Family Beeipes ao������  cura tely prepared,  . ""       ' 7'"; ,  Barkerville, Nov. 20. 1872. tio**".". ,.  (Carrying Her Majesty's Mails,)  Freight and Passengers carried  through at the  lowest possible rates. t  .  For rates of Freight and Passage, apply at tht>  o^ndant Wiilett had seduced the woman!'^^^^j^1^ '^ *' J" " *'���������*\  from!her httsbaiitt and tafeen her to the.hout.ej~T;     *        .-   m&*4* SSW*tiKP, Ag^n*  " , whichiysm m������*   mjv*   't%,.  'ixuf-.f *}.*&*#.  i^M  \  '  ry. .  1 -TjW ^'^^1.������-' ���������������-* 1  "Ji^imftj;������a_;il_i*i-i������ffl������W^^  .".���������^,\..,:-:..u\.: y, .������.Ay-iyY:::..:-?r*3~-$ A-  WfAAf  iii  ���������Al  A*  y?._>  AAi-  ������������������ ff  '_fiOSE������_fi W  trutceL'  A  mm$  - <������lC/r$fM;A. ^byr- lii.e; .Grace, of Gnd.-fof. .__,<.  -������- -: - Hot iifi $*n_?d ftm i o f> Ur^at, .Britain is nd- Ire.  laud, QRf^%������D^*Jendt'rof_tfae,F������iilh,J&c.,-Ac  "Xc M? h/:u'hf9m these" presents sin it 4co\iie,���������  * fTH'Tiiyef  ffpy     'i. >   >   ?  fff    % fffX       fyffi-'    iff  -.-���������-*������������������: ���������-'"-'���������'    *A; P^O'GLAMATION. -,-':". ' t,  /' ^ '��������������� ���������"'* ^"- ~,1' -'' ___/��������� - V f '��������� 'f'^'A '~A *\->yi: _'j4'i..i*,.w^'-'^.,-H. yf f-'f fii-.^-f-'-f-'f If'''��������� '">_���������-"'   .'r -v-V.V'- '*    t  ALtijrneY-Ueot'Ta.l.,^   2. nf 'Tin Rn������    F.v.  -,.tifeMainjrio(1 of^ixtLslv,Qo)u1n.buJ*nlo'.a Road.  , \*lTtEHc't = 6r Disfr ic Is]' WJih 's i. c I). ja oil nxlarle^ as,  "DiViRfon^'anti ������nMtire -jElSfetoroi "P'stfftfc J of  ^iofithiiyn:yAffftf' yy f^ff-> l1 T\ff;:T  fc NOW KNO\f :YR, thafe^e *do; icr^' and.  pj^clain-fi^at '^lEbe Goimty too urtst~���������s te&& m.  |/_������^8f3$? .shall.'froha ^ihtlifafter^he ;date  fer^fyhavetfu*! for Ce? arid effect in 'he-El ec-  |oJf^piB^ict!Qfj ("Jariboo*'except tltafcowrtion  I tieret, j f kn o wn as tbe ; Qnri t.ecu-: _?<������111 ug I' j,  iVtMiofiv 'tinfifht^^ o iv_������ (i oji e������  h^iffyiifpifiXX  '���������> '\' these. Ot.rJjetterP to he inaOV. Puti'-it. and  k - ^ the Greal Seal of I b e Provi nee ol:. cBrttL<li  ���������- '-'Cohmsbia. to be (hereunto affixfjdi   Wit-'  ���������; ''KKS3.~ lhe-. Jlonr.rsible 'Josbpli   Wji.unr  ; -TKUTcn.-1-.ieuienHfit-Govenior of ihe suid-  '.Prorhrce'of British Columbia-/in lhe Giiy  * ������v*Eof Vititona.-iitij-Hhe>faitl;.]i?rov"n,ef3. this*  :M ff J. .ki n c ib;,day * of ' M arc h ;.;,i n "1 fie y 'tyi t p-U On r  '������������������: s*Le_(V^ne thousand*/eight tit .h ami '& mi'  Ks.^e^0i.fc'l_eijmr"   s*"'.*H*-i 'f;  .-*i  ���������jT'l  _}������_X?jS^nflfanlbp.rUie8 him  in""ihat befiajli  f'rfabirnff: "halh "ordered, Jhnx  (he J.,oad Dik-  *' 6idbf,"H^rtJJfinffGi-mentWnfd. ff efenwii :. ���������  '    1. ��������� THIHj CARIBOO , .ROAO-^mSTOIGT;  s.,.>Thich shil jv lac!-j;Ia aII, ,1 i}ii,f.'tmp.fc of 1 and  io'  '- :--^\<<A :-:.% ���������������������������.j'^.'ViUkfit>,������������! t.>.-r,;i"\^"i--.������������������������.-."_'-���������:���������--J   -;.!  je--; '",������ ���������.-'������������������  .By:^,omnian^>v;"*.^'^%-^'r e:? <  ���������p i ��������� .^ vr^j/ifo'v iticfii 1 ^S<*6ret*rtrTi'-  ^mi'22'4m  t:-'i  btU  .!.<,:&.<  f:% 'f ���������'. a 1 ^ ^J____i. ���������.- i - ���������<f ry ���������; >^  '|teiisip^ i_/ct, 18!  *- .���������-���������..!;- ^_^pom*to ;. _ ���������.;  ft ;., ,'. vi Bnohmut ������Si?ortictattt'sOffic|,  r.;-V';'- ���������'���������':v; /:: ^i^tii March,4-873/s:.:! |  V 'liis^S^l^ncy ^-tbe? Lieutenant^ Goyerrior  1>as'h>^! pleaf#d; l-o^iakxj'lt'te- > fo jloMiiirf apr  poinfment^ tinder. ���������* Tlie S0e_tlft-l^6t;4S?'J,f:"'  -j .Mil iXe d Wo^T^p^oi: fefr^tfeh -cb^VefIs ,1 a M;  ���������Hew'AVealm'fiFl.'r.''       ' '     ' '       "' *  '  1 Q^bfiQb: nyii^FAi^ f  ���������lAyfePtiihA^my^^mi .,   a "    '��������� f   XrT'*VOi(mWmm&^ f'^'^  oy i nciai**i^cr������taryi  pyp.T ,, [?ndxm:ui 'iwnwmr-s Offick,-  Vc : ;>      ,! -. '*. / ^r^jMur.ch.. J|73. .,;>, .:.  Tits' *������xceiiency the AAi]pteai nt ,Go.verno'r  htis bt^.'u >jir������!������^**il*..tVj j,4.|):ppi.i.tjTnwj;iiyISiiYi.  M..son. .Es<t,;.--lb��������� be Depitiy Ke������-.strar������-ofAbfe  6iJljreLne-tJottrt;of- BriH^ii^yluinhia>H,'jri *   .''  ":; v ^.. ,    ' vBy COLHIBiMUl.,.   -'.'' ��������� ' Tt* '.....  ,ft| J������ ������������������ '''  ''Tiff "f-,Ma^Mfiff i.  laj',.J.,E.j.McMillan,..and"-D. .Lcnevae <of'vTV  Eso,uir#; ���������: '���������'���������'^ ff- 'f '���������''"-"!</ ^-u;'- ������������������������������������ ��������� ^ ������** !   tU)i  ���������-, *...z**.-u-ii_j .LILLOOET iROJVDl-Dr&TRICl.  *. ���������whicb.'shall incbKle^ii'thatsiract of" land* in  -;,! .du clt. d. _i n 41 ie cIj i i I o o e t "0?s tr let; -a s a e ft ^ $' h ��������� i ir - i \ t  r theSchediil^to,M:TheCon&  <r������\Xi\tVKif ROAD'DISTRICT; wbicli  L4ipii IrtHnte &II tho1 ir^fl^of'lBhd *n^'ni"t-(i  'iu lhe .Yule Diptriel ^r. *ei forih in the'Sdfie-  . 4vAo ta .'/jThp. Go-ns-s'liUiott I\ci, [J 71 -'5  f f VJ1H lYOQTf flffmr TdflflfS.  :r w*h}nb *3ha! 1 t n e 1 iidad Vthi f f rn ct of iaxi d ' f n  ^.eluded 'n *hf Koolt'ntty District eg set f'o'rth  .1^������^f.heV*StihedtVlav^'to,i-.fAiThe.���������on'3^  ���������iff iff J .- '    ", '     i   ��������� ;...;.;:iV.|  G. THR NBW.WKSTAras'TER nndCOA^f  J/-C^-mDISTRICTS; which fin incl tde all  that tiv.ctofiandfnelnddiflVb's-'New^Wef,'  flf  . l^-'Ticstoo\T^WH>KFOF;ftt^f)Wc^iuFed4  ^i;:;!������^rS ������0 tS^MW  \       ihn 9r{J^yXdl ������r fhc PVoVlb'ee;orr7i_n1fesK'  ��������� . .-��������� Colombia to" h j I P_v.,__to Jflixed :' Wrr-  ������������������������    T.ncTCK, Lieutenant.GoVernJ)f'of the'Wifd-  -    -iwPrQFince'd'" Britfeh Gqjna7bia;ii. the^'City  ^>.������'>-<**f .yjfe^r.ar*inrthe;_aid.*Pwjymce;^thw|  Fourth day of March;in the year of-Onr  nsfii0iQm, Timosa^l jL)jorht;buDdreri.and  ���������' of Onr Ite.ign:"    if iff  ^::ACaip.'rnjind-.-:;.|.ftft;>ft^  ^WkSH;,;";7^   ! ' -ft   HEJll^B: by"f' PrpcljiftiHuim;- 'datsil���������<_.!_ ft,isrch,  ';'|;l������73/:.Chc^Iaii^lanrimi: Bri. l&jv.'Colitml .[a'< wi*_r-l.hr  il.^purpi^.lM et.hc. anoye Act_-uiyicled:, int.*t3ve JXond  'Di_trfcis,'vrz.':     ^       **_  The#Caribon Pinrii't. , .. .        .    ,    ,. ��������� /        .  .   Tln>iilW6(6t"R(iail tl strict  f'/f^^Thc '.",fl,i KoacVni.irua.  ���������    " -���������  '   "f .  ��������� ,:-,Yn<\. KajUaiav Road--Dialrict .,������������������".������������������       . '  .. ..The.KpvAV.i^'nrinRtcr'Roa.d District.,     -  ' K0TTCJ2   _S. JUiltEBY GIVEN, "that-l.il_ roHwfD^  (^I^ctors ! aye b������ ��������� n ap] i.ated for laosaul Districts:-'  Cariboo. District. ���������;..-.  > ,     -; ,.  .; /  O.inmf'ca Pqliiiag- Di vision���������, W. H; F.it_jrpra.d; Esq.!  ���������k-^ 'R^clifl'elti;: I.tfflitii !{.g.;Crt^J.^nmtVQ u bfencimbu tii-'FoU-  iub: Division?^���������.7. 7.5ri-^ar, 3?q:'" '   '   ,('-     v< J -  #* Ki;itb)*_y.Creek P6!]iii^.>iy^ido^6.'Hfir9> Es^v  ,  "\-vii]iams.Lak*e Pollnii; Division���������G. F, Pope, l_sj_./  Limoovr District._?     ./j       ,/;...  ^itGanoe.iCre(.l_������;a_itl ���������Iintw^vPoliing^DlvislOnsi-0.^_Jl.  ".pp.. Es_.  ','LiUooc^Polling Division -A. W.pmith'Esq. '   *  .YitE'J^isTKTGTr:   -'j  =;  ;^"' -fTf 'f['. ���������''''���������-'''' ���������"/:.'';}��������� .v-/' .'''"''; v.  :^'. afeanagan: Poll hig' 0fviR^ri~C:;(A'-^c^ :-:-;;  ������. ^Mc6lal/ifce<P6ilingxDlnM6a~Alex.'-R6bhj *E<b. fi I  r.'.j.jKaraloon> Po111 ng Divr. i oar, .1. *B cyd^Esq.   .  :;V;Ly.tton -ana���������:Cache.'.Oi:et.'k- Piling.DivisiouSr~t;--R.  Bufe', Eiqy -   1 t   ff f-       _   1'     r'     '   > ',  f<0p& ^lidlHope pblling>������)ivi3iobs-^f ^^ifs/E������(i: -:  fK00T^AY"DlSTK-CT.i-    '!'.������^\'-'      1 i'    *      ,'*    >'-'    '  V^ / :; '  . !; Pfldtec. ai, SiidniMnT's Offigic,  '��������� !*>'.::J.' _! ''' ���������;' ;^H M^^iVW73-,:;.;:}i  'F'lli^'^xceilenc^-Yf'ie' 2l*ileii%.nilt;Gdveftibr  has5 been )������Jesvse:d fo n n po} 111 W. C." B'SVk _?i .b;  Esi^.nb b e fjauh l* p I er"c, fur t he -.Pro vin ce o f  British.Gol.umb*ii.4u,..,.   >^*v/i' }i  By command, i,  .       '   I   ':' "'1'i'ov.iie'al Secretary.  of %iMco^y}': Estjuifes.: ���������._,  - James Hobb and &., F.; Drabblo; of Comox v  qtliPP.������. r-     ���������' . ' ,   }i;'"     " ���������     ���������������������������������..**  ���������J^.n^? M'.ckj", of-.rjtnf.Iej', Esquire,.  ''���������3.Cht&*"pFB.?^ I.*'?'.'::' ..-������������������  joDquald: Mc(SriIyery anct, ItoviU'^ill^bf -Suma������^  . .Thomas B.]I, .Ert.svard Pearson, -John -CinDTi-y ���������  ^i SIChar/i:*Dclghtoh^_Vd?l)v  Cr,xil..������K..qu'Jr������;'3 ?���������'     ,;.,",,,-,     >^ , ��������� v  i; ^MVte*1*!'*)' #������T%W^fenffi" il#vr6hn  8tone iiobdrtsosj,; of-J^htBui^'Cr?^ ^squlros. ��������� ��������� - - '���������  "���������*"*Al)'r,Uian,; Birlfjr/w \he -T(?wn-6f'Qu^iiJ E4_iM  U n&i m'pn r-rii>^{ ^MfCkj n#?o> Va I.,' fc uife -I ^  J imos Cunningham am. V,l..plark_oa, oriieif \y--t,  .m|r������?.tetJS?qvi'rvt'*..;j_ ;*..-.������^^'  r-r,-.    ,-��������� <���������  r'  ' ���������\VvD>Ferri|/}i������'l-H. L. DaBeckj; ol* Xofili Arm-  Fr-isi-r-Blvcr^iSsqulrvs. ^"'' ���������-������������������"'-;'-.;1'' ; ������������������'*: V-";- ,"=  c-.VV."Hi; Ltidncry Di^utlivArni^rager Ritci<Em.  :.    tt'   't'..'-   ' !,JBy couunfiut.''* '*    ''"I-'c' "a'    i������  ,*.w    ��������� (o   _ :   .-,   .'AKTaUB,JT.< G/ ��������� PTJfDBR _.  ��������� ap26 2m  ���������" ��������� ;     ;.  ?     Private Secretary.  .".i>.>'.������i:'������<jt<i.-.-������'.<-;'.w-(i-i-i^!:,  ;t^-s_;  f iWi hi ��������� BKirse, 'Perry^tcelc,'ari{J'-_??__ich Creek" Polling  ,D1 vision?-=rC Booth^EsqJ-'r "-���������  ,,������������������*���������.;���������������,     -, .'. / r   .  New'WESTMiNSr r-Dj^kict:^ '������������������; ���������-?!; , - ���������    .*>,">���������  :-f?'Ch'qiij*7^ac^.i^^  ^nliit_;��������� gnji ^_*Tprth i Arj_ir,Ps>iHng> jDivifiiaas-Ji. *H, _Ed  mon,^s, Es<_.,,   .," .V-'".'     .   '' p ,/,.'/      ���������  Na>V "VSTestiilvstek CrTy^PiSTRior. : X   ��������� X '   -i.'  T. 'H.' V. Edmoods, Esq,   '    .."',,,    '���������'' ��������� '���������*'   * : '��������� -  .'���������'���������'. " ���������'jfiy/cqptnand. ��������� ���������������������������" .      '    \  ..     ;; ..{*,'._     jir:-  - -v   JOHNTAS_^-^^-.^-;V-:  Provincial S/'cneteryj  ^���������^���������^"^i^pj)j.S--__#.f--i  Britis_i,(_>0i-ii_^ i j--:  >,r  JOSEPH^: TlttJTCH. ���������  V\^|G__.;NADA7, ^   T Z-^  6MER__:LMRDi_l^-  - .*.���������������������������, ��������� *'-fYiBimjy&Ah Swiiwxw'iQmdR.  '-  " '-X-fg'-'if ���������   -:' i4rh;if4'reli;i873K^'^^r'  f;His ;Ejrcellet>(.y|(.tje Menlerta,nt-("J6rerWr  has been .-pleasedj;to ^ivppohie "the !,foMowmg  eenlleuivh to iie-A^fn-rrnml' CoiiectorB under andr Mfcarry^njrflie'hroyi&ffinU of ^"Th'u  Lan'o/JVx m.flHl'Tif--    ''  ������l"    '  ' Ririaifeb Woonv^i. rorTicbrir/Distiict,  *E*qmtfMlt and Me{chof!h}"DiMrjct.v ^qaimjilf  ''JN.^'.nj"Dfetric.;' tihd^La'ite ra-ndfSi*aiiicbvDis-  ���������t-rlcls.'*" *      ,* -     'j" : *������������������'*    7  ';  ���������.dpringlsland Di^l ricts., ,    v' ���������; * ���������''. '"*'" ffff;  Jo&KPii RoDKLLO,������i^.. fo.ivGomox DisirictJ'  -.B^.^.T.K .^.)'9-vAs,. %:q.,,fi)r;He.w. West'-:  minster'District, r ^     i% ; ���������    ..      ^ .  -g  1(. A. Brto.vx. T:?q , fo'r'.[*or.t E^jncton!  Bkx.tam^ F. 'Gum, Esc..,''for Yal_"Dis-  trijef. /'     ...:,- 'r. ���������" ��������� f, -'!���������"  ,*TH.cs;R;iJprK������ EsQ.,.frir-%-tfen;DiStricd?--'  ��������� ^Jons.JioYD.'^Q, hnvKani'rootis Dmfnc..^.  .. 4lkxa^j>kr Roan,^^.-forN.i'c^l*i'n������fs*H*5|  :  CiTAiti.Ks,(EwPop_:,!]Lso..,> '-for-* Eiliooe't Dis^  i*$������$:S'^  ��������������������������� EotyAifn Tynon, Esq., for.LiliooetDistrict  Gkoiujk I. YttxKSiiEsO/^for:Oatihoo*Di.frier  ;       By command* t .  ��������� ',---^ /:^:V^-i":iOM^P,^;^:'V'--������    :  -'  rtfr22 3m  ' l     Proyifscia! Secretary;  t -A''}1 -;-���������-;...������. ���������-/' v    - '..;"! '____*__��������� *���������������'������������������'      '- ��������� '       ���������**> *'*?  ':"'���������": -. '      .  ": ;.'   i*r*oviBclul*6.erptnry!s Office'?v ���������  * '���������'', '   ���������-" ;    '    '''-'' '"'���������';���������    19th'.".priI, 1873: "'���������  f| ?S;F3rcellency -Urn I'i euterin nt-f Governor'ha*. iwn:  :?l-l:^vRli_^9<l;:;io. [a ppoiui tbo ��������� .kdWwltlg'^t-iit loi.H__i' to  nff..%L������"!}hi.S.jO|Kcvrs, J6r, .the savarlil Elootond nu;  .W?.^-::^������; I>r>ylD^;:qn'!.er'a'u-t to cin-v out f-he  ������������������prpyisioh_;jjrr-������t!j^ii.mV>^  '���������"���������  ;   ^:!,.'t";*���������",- '* 'provIrichUSeVretary'sOfllc'p  ��������� if ft '��������� .*'������ rT���������'-''-'ff.yf^xm,^. ���������  Hi������ KxCcllpneyrtlic*;Ia'eutmmn^ Governor hajj il_pa  pjesispfi-jfi n|)i>#nt;tli������-'.A]lji)winirg-i.iil^iib^'tor^siv.  applfciti'ms for Regis!ration ahn R.������cor ;,��������� uiit^r.Hiia  pr-/vii?ion a flf  '>��������� Tho, t J^ t nU.., Regtst ry Act, 1870.", ah it  1 - Ttic La nd ��������� Rcftl _ try" /lm .il < i ureii t Act, 187!^'������; _._i<i (q  jp? riorm' the ..rt u t Jch Jit-ry tx>&) ra a Ifotti'd' to'tlio 'kiji^n.  > ia ryj Hagist rates .un do> <|;T|i e^B illso f Sine' Or.ii ivtif. c'  ���������IS70, *' ri ������'i "'���������* ..Tl wi.- Bills of Saf^AnS-Qni'"ni*������n t'Act, 3 S._"  an\l -th e: f ftUfte'. "J!__bt_*pt .e^ 'AciJ '1S71,M in an ti 'for  tho Kfcctonil flistricts, o^l**>liiftg|Div^lb6k/of-ic!i-c--  t.'ir.tI��������� Disl rictsr HH Qppo.sUe ^he!r reactive nam^;  W. IT. FitsgeralA, K������q f fiftj p*g j)i yj. jon of pfni&tSsi.  h'J ,;^nvnnv" "rfq .,^Pollin^I)i vrsiotis^o j" Kibblield and  Jji^tniagi.Crwk. - ^ftyXy^Y-A^ Y.yi  f A-,-y%: ���������  f -fa Via ce, Esq;,. Polling Divisioris- of Koithlcy Greek  ���������an *5..Qa.i,sni:hrt6dth> ..,/-���������������������������'���������''-" ^'-���������''.'''        '   ,  ;;��������� Pf Ff Vbisey K#/-Pol!hi^;Div:isi6as; of WllHak  Liikv*Gano������<>f������kc artd CMnton, * *y. >      v - '  ,.kA/'W4������.nilh__&%tTnl.ty^  f WI'T.jsjrac, J__q.11-':..l���������ctOrftl Rfetrict,bt'Y:d.ti     '   ,  57' H)Mf .1 B-.!jtei>hM^..'KSQ. _' Kl������.?ct6kl Districts of N.w^  ���������Wostminsl.v7Gity'������i������l'Di^ri_t. :-?!*,-v"r.:^'?. v^ V  ?; C.iBooth,.Bsq},- ^iec^?wiADt.trict'aivI.ooteaay. ���������  ���������- '   ������.      T .By :cdmmun������i. -^'; JOH^ASH,-  ��������� i -,..   v - -.'.', ���������' fi -,,... :>..';. j ;<:;.:. ^ , -'���������,.���������. ^i;l?rorincia.;_. ecYttUvry.  '  *-*'"  ���������-���������'���������.- f;': -. ���������;: V Frovlucial Sjc-aVetary's" Ofilc^  ffyf ''������������������'  '    25ih Apr|)i iST3.  ;';f 5|s.Excqll,enc5T.',tt_c^..ientpnant.fioy<;ri_<avh^aVh^  plc^c^'t_rappoint, thoToltowhi*. g(vut.onie7. to he IU  trfo&Uc?lsirar$"u^ter;^tl(o^_.irtlft  .ri������.gOS;A6l, IS?;*'3^  *->r..       .,-    "-,,*��������� 'f-% ';W.f>  y yf ;< District No.^H^V; Eriiffondf", Egqv;**���������'" ���������  ������������������i. -.   .'^V   '-  '"' 4���������W.j"rc������'ga'o.-"*Ssq.'.  ������������������ .P  ' > ,\   ,  *���������������.,   , t������   6���������A. W.'Smilh, Esq.  '    'l '/,   '''' '**''"   V-4r: B'wrhh, l'>q.'  V H,������-s'_i ^* v. K-, r������ ' 9-^CV Bootlit"Esq, - i. ' :��������� ��������� ���������. ������--v - ?'-^  hi x * '>   ': By -com maud:" ��������� - ���������      "    JOIUf ��������� ASI.:';  ������������������ myM ���������' rr -*'' !^*"**���������,'- ���������*��������� ; "    ProviaciaIrSfcwury,���������'  l������?fi 'f*������'j���������i������y.������w<w.iiitm'<wtnip.> i. n.��������� ��������� i.**1 ii mvtimmmuiit.������'<������������������'* i~i jiij_ia*^'jr.l''r-.*'���������/���������  82*  X SPROVINC^GF IXfiTISH COLU&&A.v  ;^IOTORr^Xb* & GriS^gf%ci; of the  h ; Uni^^tngdot^f G������t%'lainjind Ire-  ��������� ^land.^jis^'DM'entierof *b*3:Fa!thT^c./tS;c!_  To ;^JU tp^Jiom thesepresents shaiKcorn���������������  ^Atmoei^AmmT  ^Q_v_CJS>lr hor fe hy i ^iveny '^lia'fc r tlicf Fiipreme' Court  ?]-*���������/ ':V.!njt4t:-in*Banc,'-fdi" the:;lieariag 60 aH-niotioiip-  aigjimi>j] if jvajwajL*; ah d.- at her ma tier, coming bo Joro  .'tbe:.Co'u.'rt:j ti .Biiiic,- at- the Supre mc ..Court 'Roomii nA tii"'  ^���������dVlVictopiiytOf^^  ixerbina/ter-mfenU^ .^^\j ���������>.>:���������  For';Hil?iryTM,ra''Srirom=tile* 1 ".{ti-^tav2������*>th'*_F6iSfnnf-vr -"^?���������'���������'  For Kastor.Term Trofc.'tfra'15th to 25th "A pVil ���������   * .  ri  ?V.r^ichaelmas Terim from;the: 15th to 25th JSTovembcri  Inhere wili he; no*sitting:Iii Ba'iic in-���������Trinity T^rm''  '.laicasfi any of - thecdays of; the dates oiamnd for tho  - n~-if '������������������ '���������. . -h$%i a n ing :,oc: and lag,-' of; the. Term s- should fo n, on.������  rjfm-'-^A":"' Wi*'������m,'"'f wn,wr?T?'vT*_T*'st' '-J*'���������'":fJ  9-W'ifty? 9t P^hMc Holiday,.then the Term wil 1 &______  ^?* - '   ���������^ l-"i W���������BAS.i.  is pro- orendon the next following day. '���������'     ������������������-���������W^V*UI  AttorqeyyGenei^U^/^yidAa byCSectfon 1 of >-jUi_r-^; -��������� ���������������'���������-'--  '.'The County ConHg^xiensioh Act; :187'3,'*  jt,.'a;������i  th^f Tttef Mining,Goort,poh&itiiterl-under :"'"' r  "* 'The ������0ia'';Mimtig0r(|jri^iceVT867/ eiial!  .. be and, is k hereby;." rne _ged\:in Ithe 'Cottnty  ,/' Oonrt.j^tKl every Couiily.Uonrt Jftulge of  '*- B ri I is h ��������� 'Go iii irib' i a s H a 11 ! h'av e; an d be ppa  CAR I BpQ-rTnmKs Jamteay,- K?q:  mVAM^ii^iwiSmtUfKTQy'  '" ' ���������   UPPER,-FBASER.������K1-VERf - r ��������� r  SOpA CBEBK' ON TOTRSDAYS, 1  As "SPPP..'.as. poss^Vld after the; .arri v&h of: BARNARD .I  fc Co.'s'Suiges,,and ' ' '"      :"' ' ,������    l" 'L '���������' ��������� I  ������_i  (.AiATT T. BEGBIE, C. J.  *W?.f -. .. I J. HAMILTON -OKAl', J.:      '  Dated Victoria. Jai .uiry 2'ttli. 187^.   ,    ,nir22 tf  f> pes j (I i ng aa J u d ge<  "Cotirt; and all proceedings iherenndeT-  < " slv^ifr-' b������ '^^-t'^tift^Ken in-accorfitiiice with  '" tbe proyjaibnCoiy^  ������ ance,78,67,', and 'The Gold Mini tiff Amend-  , .'pentfMpfflti??;' 1 '������������������ ip'"ff ."' ��������� f'ri  ���������'XpAnd. wheretta a proyfco is-inserted that *the  A^t^hon1ri:0nty'Hjiive fiiiri*oVce alid'eiJecVin  etie")J;p^r|i(in^of^^ the, Lieut.-.  Go^e>hor'in ^onpcAA'm^^frM time to _i_ne!  1 by, Procla rimilo n [ 6 rd er.".;;  .Arid ''vt.herffiaAlU ekpedieni'tba'; the said  Act Bijottitj'.ljuyerfii.llr force ;an(l;; Effect in  the  Bte6torai; District oif Oarii)o.oy;exce pt'fhat p$&  . .y jij&xlim:&;lf; . ���������,.   . t   ;i;i ?/z.-. hw#.-;;;zfi* iiiH  I^AFD TAX;:ACT, 1873.  il^OTICE IS HEREI?r GIVEN, THAT BY  **'���������;'a Proclamation dale.I: the -ith March  11? 3^ th p. Rbaji Dis I r ic in t he rei n named w a re  c reated iin'ci eV the p ro y is io ns o f (* Th e koa d  ;Exlen������ion Act. I8T.3.*?  \Aird;tb_.fc'hy^S'Ction i of ': Tbe Land 'Tax  Act; lS7&'."jt is provided I hat tho Road Dis  trictsestabiisheil under '��������������� The Houd Exten*i<������ir  Act, ISTS;*' shalllhe Land Tux Districts lor  ttie-jinrppses of the1 Act:': . ��������� *  The Road Districts hitherto established oo  ������iitiequ ver #land%e; under' lhe samesVe/ion  made Lund Tax Districts'for the purposes of  the Act.  ������������������ -',:-���������;������������������ "������������������' if '     T-,f;fi fS   .;������ "...  -'Z^ted- llie'atfa -ilay; pjf. Minfcft,'i;87S;'* :  By Coinuiand; ������"*  John: ash,  ���������fi  '- vii K0<Jli'KNA Y-^Coi-heiiijyBooth'- __fq_  ;���������; TAi.i^win"fimm% tit^ f ���������:   f    ��������� ��������� f f,,. i-'  , ?H_.������rw&TM{NStfiR^lTr"ANZ) DISTRICT-^  ;. H,: V. .HUmonr!*?,. ,g5q4      - , r ;  V..   ^._h'.v^../r.'^.^BycpmmauJ,  ���������.-. T....- '���������:.v7r".'--.r   "  .'' *' Xp .;,- -*.' fi _. ���������','.;" .'' . ��������� ���������;.'"'.", jj6>tn ash, ��������� .  : ^FyJiff..' '������������������".; iff ff'"[ f ���������"Provincial S.crotary.  * -������������������"��������� f^'j;*'-". ^'\ 'i'Proyinbiul Secretsry>i.-Ofllci������;;. :  . 19th April, IBn.i  [Trs Excellency .be J.iGuUhant^.n-oriior iia������; Oc.-n  ,i i phased to appoint, the follow iug. e.nilcmoii to  beEej/rstraisofcertum Wmt'd.Disik&\ ui Srid  Uvgwtni M - m of Voters'. a ct,.. IS 71.'' ���������        ���������  ...CAniROb^-John -Bowr'u, >n  KO0TKy.AV--Crn.lius, Booth, Eso.  .     VAl,!v-^nj. To.,^UlvK--q. ���������     '    . ;  '   ���������      ='.,���������;>  -.LIU.00KT -A. .V.-^alilvRftfj  NE\V \*^T.\IIX.STKK,U1TY   AM)  DISTR1CT-  I'i'Unoncis, 15*a. '  By commaadj  . .. .mny a?h,  :: Provrncml BeercWry.'  ^,/Tbe, >}nder^ignftdMhope.;\by,a  upiuess, to meri t - h; cou tinu(\rice ; of ��������� thiv p. .trou&gi  .".������tKfer.������^ex*cnKfea\to'IM^  .Troigiit^per^on,;-''-."'-.-''-^'''-!.-':^^ "'���������'T$iQifi':i'  .   '**"a^a_:e, :-rf.?.;-'_'. .;.-;r^^>-j.-.- ff$o'. ,  iT^-f,A Wff'i ������������������.-' GRANTi^c. .AKNPT.  il. V  :t;;v;lea^;_pekm  '   ' Oclobrated'.'.. ''ff]   ���������: T- 1. :y  WORCES T E R S Hi RE    S AUC..  Declared by Counoisscurrto he      : '.::-"-  ���������'���������;   THE' ONIiY   a00T>  SAUCE.*���������'.'.  mytO  '' Provincial PecrHfiry's 0ale*   "  liUiiApn!. 1873  ms Excellency tho LHrfonnnt ftuvwnw lias {In  1     p|.a.(Hi w .uaki. tho fc.n_.rin_: {)rp.(i���������.m ^,!_?n  K^tSal^^i^kS^ tho  J3y cuinmatid. S'V     ' "''  mvio/::' : T;-'''yXty.Xi:f^m''Am,- :.':  :myl0T     f.: -f    T   "ff ' "Ph**fi������W Si'crota. yf  .!���������'���������'��������� I'ktvate SECRrn-ARy's OmrE  4th April, 1873;  f|TS Kxcpllcncy thc T.. u ton ..ij timr.wr lmsh'4u  . v?!inifci,?1:aSaiI1*Jt;Fraud.-~T)������V- '* ucc*w of this  most dollcious and irnrly.'ilUMl Condhncnt bnvmg  oaiijjrti curtain .lonlorf to apply thf imin.c- ni '*ffwrrt-  Tun, bullciv'' ^tlieir wn' Ijriorior compotinci*. tlio  puoiio is Hereby ii.fti_.iied Umttlu.only .\av',ul)rb-  cur������ the genu I no, it to   .;,.,. .  '  ASK FOR LEA & . PERRINS* SAUCE  ff^e8f-a *imi. thJiiip namesarc: upon tliowiMiTkR  &s_sO%_wk  ^*  lip.  {_p_l_l___l__l_.'  Iii  ^_1^k  ���������  Hi  ���������  kaj_5e_____  ^^8  bmio ol tholor.ign .inarkolshavine boon supplied  pwho., lube snl.wlHch the nnmeVoi lA i������n.l f%rfn.  Sf Jr^  *!" f������W������ I,: fU"1  ''��������� Kiv������>"notiootluit tilt/  nt!Lur?,'s,0;'iy,ciri'ori'^  >;*��������������� y- ���������    tflk<f 'n's'1'*1 J������������������P'r'icendliips annual uast-  '*,*! i. ;.KIJ? !.llVl 7FW&* <>l suoh, or any other.imitu.:,:  if*by M\icUheimpitmny bc 1 rtfr'nige'.."   ,  C.mm|_sron.������ iko P������ace.tor tlui ^v_uce^,^,S VStoppe?.'' ^r������W"������ ^alobli Bottle,, and  Frcvinciai:i_i.cr_i_ar^' _JW-' .T������Z9,"'W. Ctivfe,jVarrl   3.   p   n.i������.   ^" _*^_y_S?!_S_!,_r:**lfca-irilT0*!10*^1^t-^T*rfI**ri������UHf*i������,.**Mr-  n  Cum  eSl:__������_wi  .      l

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