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 wm  KM.  K_^  H  M  '������.Office,  r_*_:-. ;  '.���������Governor  following  r thejirir  'gistrafion  R-'Wooda,  ct���������James  G^Yiuler,  ��������� l      y ��������� : \t  d*'. Spring  >of'lf %j  Archibald  r. F;*\vcpU,  Pitldock,  lei. City--.  nsfer Div  l)i vision,  'simiiisii'fc  lis. Adol-  muiiI.Sh.-  ,^lcGilli.  vDJ.visij.ii,'  a Polling  :r:y���������r.ok  Ui visions,:  nd Hope  tig -f  ;e Coxdii,  J. Gamp*  fW'l.%i;  ClapiHT..  ^nt./K?q.  irringtoii  opcvft-tj.    Hli^B  ifia i?uii-   Im  iHteV. Ar-  A". Bar- -^^  >.i, Wm, fpi|������|  O.Ifare,    ||||  iget I5aq.  J ,   , i f; ; . ��������� .'    ,  Hce, :  royernor ||������J|i|  oi.ii .jj-.llu'. Sfjjpj  si/of'tbu  :--m  -&r������ * *=  Vol If-  X :'*   *  if -1> j_..*My*AW>_*.Y-;  .^-^^^ ���������=2_r-��������� Xritr^f-riii^^r- Anvi.*\T_gFABN*rB.--- ' :'  .tUV:,a::" -.,- *���������- 'Tfo_8-;  11  PJdK  Mm  Iice,V-,  -���������!       f.,       ',;���������>  lnvertjot'  Bai>ck!k  port inn  3iioke< ii  ice.  nvinciiil  reeilbl)  f'-Mint'S  mvHO  '  ������U. Ilia  iM-al in  ith 'IIi������  ow rfitt  y,t8H  of ibo  hereto*  pencft.  Jen end  . /Ypit wi 11 have heard of tlie death of an old  Cai'ibooUe, Tom Birmingbarai'; It is a solace  to Know that old-and^kind-friiMids ministered  to his'-wants; clps>|hi^e^'aiid saw him *;  '.��������������������������� ���������     ���������       - , .  ' -        ��������� \ >- ��������� '. .- ���������       ���������* -"   ��������� ��������������������������� .   :���������������������������        - i-   "���������: -������������������������������������;������������������   ',i*7-.      - .'.  . ,.��������� v.������������������* - a yjkjp_.tr, ;��������� - f-'t Miners-;; '^m^rnm,  Kk^^M^T^^m^ i^f^imm^X^X  u  Suas  .- ���������;��������� 1   -   sf'i l.A?(i-Xt "'������ Y'i   cohtlyburtafl.  ;, '^;;-^-^  '������������������- ...,. jvPg6_.fevUvreeJre   ^ the ������*������.. ������#4p|cS^.;������. gr*^ *^_?t������^W&^  sl5soriPtion.*J-- "*u________ i���������  ,���������.���������,���������-.... _*,.������._.������.   nn.V-iliov sisrli and o_le   ; A. tiS..a������������_.>������'������?_T_,,_:-. .;.   ���������,���������:���������.<  ri_������& OF .flffiSTfASH..     ..   .-���������  ' ..  "^Irnr tiio>1 Canboo Seutmel,"  ..Agents Ioi.,uuj;i j-^r _-   ...  Yfln*^t**^iV>*;i  QH^.tnoImn^'1' ,-  t'li:���������������inP-   fl   ':  Yil|!\    '������������������->���������'���������'"',,������  X'.*_v,AV^t.m^Ai<f,  Vict."?ri.  t. 1*. Fi--h������.sr.  B;irinrflHKxpi\^'  /������������������ il*J.���������;.���������; fMfl  ������������������������������������ MM\ Mwrriy ���������>.  is renewed:   tlie' fust!' nc^iini'n'iUlvil*'tjiRififf  y t sara of ��������� ium u :vt h|ii I i (c worn off, an do Ul ta^ tes  j*-**.,.*  thai vye 'li.Jftpfn^sl Wra. j^^'fiS^Vflkh ;4hU)  V p,?KMi������T * ���������'���������"' ��������� ^./:Vr:*:.''..:.:" ���������/ ���������""';.. .^Win Vr.mVitf������ 'ht>w''/Ufi������.:   to oiW. who eavi UitiB aUvu)/8 find  -i__f!_!3_i^^ P^amitein the h������aul^of|iuitnre and; avl,  A ift"^ 'pnWTIM-f.   OFF10������;   *' A ibing of Jiwrnlj; is nt������y-tor ������vor ;   /    *  ���������  ��������� . ��������� --������������������������������������ .-fy- yy<y '''fiff t U$ lovHinc^incr^asu^U'citiuievt^^;   vv_  '    --     -H4._r,;_^i-    .i^is3/:)ut?n.6thh^n).35^ i>iti.,lU)^.irkeep;"/!':  :\fA}pW������r qnjet;ldV^?f_.i\.i'Ct u:a_vv'.p')?; "_<*v._4**. i  Full '-of fiweetdreaiiisr.-*:ff .'"j. .>;������-f.-i;:;-;i;v!r'f ���������;:'  Jinra,.!'/:  :^::'rfeo;;B^E^/  r ���������(-.(������.���������  'fr.t&i'sl  ���������BAlllvlife  .^kfJ5/0ir������.11w.iV)^^  ���������   y-... (..:...T*M'ini������ mnflerate. ft.  ;     Victoria oorrespoSdence.1 r;:/'  t*l' USt.ll_,;,   , ..,  "!;'���������!-  -/p;o^.B'i"^:-  P A* tlE:N 'T; - M ��������� DIlC"SN E G ��������� -  TRUSSES-ana :,EliASTie ^QC^l^GS^SOGECSvGad  Stationery.- OutlexYjoaaia  WORK O^Mfe 0. P.;;a'ASUP-GA'D.; ,  ���������;N-.Iifl.'MA������s.BS DECAYED,    '   -   -^  (_ sJ kali*,,<v JE.w Wi; _i?"C.���������������;v*"H?v^ ?-*9:. -.  ��������� i .! 'rte ul Ms .old stand, aiidis prop*iravt iV M- ''���������'.-.  f&fiium m^pBik is nis tiSfev:  pTojiipiVy^arUsticaUy. aii-A at tL_.tow.3fc goingratcai-  ������������������ f \Vw 1 mvc I.ei*n iv'nu*.**letl to d raw die at.  MenUon of. itiu TlojijV .SluperirsK^\lent - lo 4b<>  ���������: ihn ve '��������� eom in ui. io;r.Uo n." ��������� . T .i e qc, m ������I;. in t ��������� jS  imndi'hy itwp.Miaihle/iVaHl^s. atid'ftlHiuld bo  at.t en t if ������il to.���������1���������r> Si-;:s; *: x i: I  .-. ���������__>*���������������������'������������ *���������������*���������'������**���������'"  IIBwSlfWW"*^  SEW-ABVEHiU^HCa.KHlS,  r>. ������.. hm ti  - ._-��������� '-"'M' t_"i . i ���������������������������..'��������� ������...  A) \v 'h^'n iM\&i\ froni their lurtd? (1 wind Hi������  down tn; hundreds.. .^l^X '^fe^^F^"  ljiyv<l'ii dear guz^Ue l>iit/i\X\'wtkfinre to/dW.l  ijirtiKLooe-iiti.Hitstidul.ly-������xoltt'tti; :iin4'- 'tjy'������������  ^ovM-r-'thn**'fnmi childhood's hour."; Hchwd w  oiiuT.' -rib, "W's'ir Mjiek'Miiie-; if yxm etm^atisly  the ihis-h-es of i'V--r_/ pectiim;of tins Froyino*'.  Wiiiiti ^|MJaliin2- of ili^ railway. 1 miud. chronicle n remurkiibie phenomenon thai has taken  pi ice h������������ru.   A c������nain,-p?per ;has made a  - Hup*'���������its fift'elV. I bidieve'-and is now ml-      _  Vtt.ttlXft"_fJtl������*^i|ni;drw^  short month **&*���������   Eilajar's 'Uolden liftlanm J  doiii^ it.   U is id?o imported ,U>e^iM>rhai= j  Uemi ju-nmlfie*! an^Einigi'sil*on iVpency by Mi  Edirar should. Mackenzie's .ivl������X;ition ;schemo  Iim. rorcfd thmnirK, ,lt i8n)so..*.������icl that hvo  w.iil known ancient island doctors have been  i.iftuc'Q'd'to throw up the Vi cast-uon** terms  *n consideration of a railway coionis^ioner-  Bhip for one., ami a suitable ..iimition for  'he  i) tht! r j n aa <^ tb er Fed e ru d e par t m ��������� w t. . W h a* .  .   ,  ihul traitor to the interests of the mainland���������, ' ^ ;a '^. ]x0.:{; n;,^ t���������. Vlut^rl^ ��������� Jj., u  th^lTnn.Tom-iKlo\ttceiveii8^om|������^iwUU)n^ ta^-.U  t vmrcv TKL\nivci> hats,  . (? \ ^(   V SU/K^. .,__;   ...        - ��������� '  ��������������������������� DUl^S PATTER .a  .  I'LAU)^. , ...  .^'Biilck ALPACA.  :    . ������������������������������������/ ���������-:    ������������������ ' -':���������::     ,-.5 -'" '���������   ���������. !'.:   --'.i .': i  - ��������� '������������������ :''/_l^"il^''KtCKOT^i;^>,^  a; ein;ENi3H>/'ASsolr>M^ ���������  S'tiods.'ff - '���������������/'  u  "���������'. :".:'   ''"' Tf f  ��������� at.-TUe;���������������������������������������������'^' ;iP:,Xiifp.T  .jMJl.'    ':.':* _.���������-." ,.'���������'���������: .V;-VT;���������.-..:  LiG^tMING  mk-SOU  &.' DALY,';  !-^SSS^'ir;?^&  U^fe������^^ 'XfXX ff^i ������fu*:^���������������������������sKf  ill':  iiuii.   iuiu~ in IU  ictnvn uo uv������������_"_.*"������������������.���������*   for his services in ad v oca Jin cj ndlroad for IM  I������l:uid and wagon.road for the mainland -b*s  not yiM'hcfii niado public.  ���������  yinitll pox liis apiin visited thi������ city. The  p :U I e!11 s w ere p ronip 11y q' iwnin'. in ed. an *11 w o  died. No new cases, urn! ihe epidemic seem?  io have ceased.. The 'dotftprtj.<ll'd a rrodmvi  biisiness in vaccination. Su "Us uii ill wind  that blows nobody j^ood. . ���������  .. News bom Gnssi,u' is very indeflhltir. Pn  Up veryT������jw of the returned ones have been  into the mines. Irlmvo LiumI to find/in the rfv  linrts llniiling around something that would  seom.to justify the bi^rusli up there, but so  ;1 ir without success. Therein not the slightest  doubt that the majority went/iu too early.  Provisions were scare, and Lhe difficulties ol  pvospocling  the  frozen  ground very. gwid.  <j.v c   ,������....   /^....:*.    i,',..... ������_ ..v. t.\./l.>M up!1  . Iluoiiu., .;..    . ..  Large ji;i\d sni'.ill fixes?,;' nitVi CliUh't'ii's.  Ul^T FUK^0ilCOU3BT8,';  LADIES' UNDimnLOTIltS.  .'FANCY 1?HISG*S,   ;-;���������";  ��������� UUTUVNS,  : YmMimmiM^iimit  < Ti*. f ��������� n-iIn^Rf?1 so.I iVi-iHy; (>xtrivletV to-1^i e ijl'. fi pn  k f     , BAUICEI-VILLEi* ��������� ���������;''  Auctioneer, Commis sdon  roa.^'ivOilii Villi's:.' ���������������������������    ^_ ___f'!__!__  SUBVSYIRa.  f A'f'f '"fl-'oji'd :T.pr������������������'������������������'���������^.els  Bo^yyA^ffffy^,  WiWBMMmmii  ';"/;/^/GOMm/;f;;  ;;;���������;'; ^'riiorRxgTaa^  tun mils' puvuy,."^   :-  AVAIL; ^"'    ;-. '-.;.   ���������������������������';/.; ;    ;  constantlyfecplbti hand.-.'  \m^r,rid^nt Department  doubt that the majority  went, m loo euiiy. ^BWINU'' OUJiX'                  vcffyVTC^^                    ' I '^         ���������������������������      ������  revisions wire sc.rc-s aud the dignities of ���������  v-  ;, :' J J.!     .^   .^ j                        ^Y^    ;'' ���������.   * w " .v'r 1                        "     /'-, ��������� -.,,,m io/������nW uien^t  pvospeclins the  frozen  ^onnd..veryf KrimL ^       f^& goy'c Stl^W ^*u'v|_    f^0 oimi a^^^^m^^:' |"tiff b, fW;.,^^                     ^ -^XST  Komi'or our CivaUou hoysgo up to-day |im- cm^u k    -..             ^ ^^ ^^  ]>0\VS, '  Ui -'JOHN ������i-"������5Y iw\li \L ������?i���������v>'3.!.J.?."^ ^..S!^; Vl:-^^1''     '^' '";                                 , '    .-    "  Califoniin, ns they bolieve there is enough lo sJLK SUHf^; ^!^V,|^; ^;.' . j    ;^rV. r..ni_i ^/ja '^^    ^             :ill?:*"        "U"'  justify their wooing of Dam. KorUine in thai toOA������������r^r    'illVf���������!n "  d:r,'c:ion.    We \vi_li them ;.'vevy -iiicce-:?.         1  tnry.  j^v------:  ^:_j.v,;->t...^i'.ii?asas;''-i; 5 , +* - ���������  ,pM������f"  , ___._.-_. I      __-;_ .  THE CAIUBOO SENTINE  SATURDAY, JUSfi 28, 1874.  ���������*ffiE RAILWAY COMPLICATION.  The statement made by Hon. Mr Mackenzie in his speech on the Pacific Railway Resolutions, that "the-.British Columbia section  would be proceeded witb as soon as at nil  possible in order to keep faith with the spirit  and as far as possible to the letter of .the  <ap_recment with tbat province,*" was received  ^yifeh satisfaction by the people of this district,  Who bad turned a deaf ear to the assertions  mti^^y;*j*������ Victoria clique that tbe present  Federal Government intended to break tbe  cnst-i ron rai I way. ,/c 1 ause \ in the Ternro o l  "Union signed, by tneir .predwaors in office.  On the strength of this plain, straight forward  statement, notwithstanding the.^1 ay.which  "has ai ready ^a^ii ��������� .pjape. v* Columbia;' /might  havepatiently wafted-'another' year Irefore  ������gntu raising her voice ngainst the infraction  of the Terras of Union had not Mr Mackenzie's wholesale relaxation propositions-made  __'������f_parehi */ha_,_he%ork o! ^construction on  the British Colombia section of the road-, is  riot to be procW_"!et_ with for an indefinite  tornnher of years to come. True, the surveys  ������re being pushed forward, and a short line  o( railroad between Epquioi alt-and Nana! mb  in oflferedasr.a sop to the/Islanders; but a  wagon road and telegraph line is considered  hy Mi Mackenzie all that can be l^itunntely  ^undertaken djh the Mainland Tot some years  '���������.to come.'', No.- doubt the gloomy fore  boding* of the Finance Mioister have had &  great effect in .shaping the,ideas of the Federal Governratnt; for. according to Mr Cart-  wright.the Dominion has seen ������Mlie last year  -of plenty." ana."if thekeepmji:of7the national  i ith .is insisted npoa by ...British Columbia  V our; national debt In seven years would be  relatively//to our, population juat entvtAtrd  ^ eater tJhan.^t*hat with ."��������� which the United  S afees enjerged; from;their.great civil war. and  *Xl measured \by/the rate 6fy interest reqiured,  it wbuid/beb\i^ihird greater than the huge  national^el)|^f^lfcglanfl,^, We will,not rev  ������^at (fee/ oth^croakings of f the new Finance  Minisfer . ^fe.'evidently^ not-made of the  ^a ne stuif ������s his honorable/ and able pre4e~  ^ess^?. ���������Si^i'rjmcis Bm^ks and Mt^JiMey, of  v^h^^^i^s-^ati^hey dl4lhey;did quickly,*xj  imd uivbSerWhoso ralev^lthe/progress of  Installation ani> Fkstfyal.���������The Installation of officers of Cariboo Lodge, F. & A.M.,  will take place cm 4th July. The brethren  will hold a grand festival in the evening.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  1  ay  Celebration.  Wednesday, July 1,1874.  1st Prize. 2d Prize.  Quoit Match,    ���������      ���������      -/     -      $20 00 $0 00  SlaaiiingFUt Jump, with or with- ��������� ",'*'  out weights. ...       10 00", f, 0 00  Running Fi;������t Jump, with or with- \<  out weights, ���������      -      - 7.60 2 60  100 Yani Foot R.������c%        -      ���������        f0 00 2 50  300 YiiM Foot Race, *        12 00 8 00  75 Yard .Wheelbarrow Race, {iio .  prompting), ... 7 60 0 00  50 Turd Throe Logged Race,, -       .10 00 0 00  30* Yard Cainaraen's Race,   -'��������������� 7 50 2 50  For alt the above Sports two entries or no mooey  Kiven ; where second prize is given, three entries or  no second prlz'Y. Entrance fee,$0 cents, witb the ex-;  coptlonof Cainamen's race, c "-���������:������������������  jfSftf >cp������rtH to commence at TEN o'clock: a m sharp  k Signal Gun will be fired. A Salute will be fired at.  Noon, -;-' f '���������':-:"' ' "''  Horse-Miiciiig*  LtGHTNING ^CELEB^  July 1st. to the Secretary, at the Stanloy Hotel. -*  Other entries to be made to the Secretary 15 minutes  before starting. f-'f-.:-  -.-    ��������� ���������.������____,  No Jockeying allowed. Ail disputes settled by the  PatrotJudf.es. '������������������     ' t  Prizes for Sports will be paid on the ground.  Winners of HoraewRacing Purses will be paid at  Robert McDermott'a Saloon, at 0 p. in'.; on tho evening  of each day.\v���������;;',;���������.,....^,- Xy:f.T. .'_. .';.,-,../.���������  Purses *T^be3ru^      on  Fotiipth of July. / }  The Programme will be made publiu on the owning  Ofthe 3d July, 1874. ,f f:. y:.:ff" f  Tit: JOHNWILSON i*'ha\rm!Wiffi"tf  ;.WARSHAL BRAY, Pi-crelary. ....<_  BOBT. McDERMOTT, Treasurer/*"  Stanly, June 12,1874." .: 'Jel3"fa  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS*  DOMINION DAY CfiltEBRATION  CARIBOO L0DGE!F.&|.E  THE  ANNUAI.  of Officers and  INSTALLATION  .-soul cannot������ee the conoftction between ex-  jp*Mid:i^v.,ie*arid: prbgres?.' Probably the policy i  .���������of- th&^"Waddooal d Go ve. .tine n t i n fo 11 o wi ng  ^InitioTo^Mfrp?B of ihe riiljBfrs of the ������eighbor-  fcrg>[. Re|kib**e?^ was wro^.; In tfee;^JnHc?d  .*) t atefl 'every eftVirt is made; to de y el op the re -  .*o11rces of^(he? country; money is borrowed  # nd rail roads' -* |������i������h*������d for ward t throng h  a ri  -ii n peopled cou biry?* w ll'ich is rapid ly filled  up by Battlers from Europe and tbe "flower  of the" Canadian youtb'^frbtn the dltferent  f)T?vince?.   The only remedy to stop the con-  tiwwd abisorpllon yearly by-the United Statue  -of Uiousands of Canadians Was Confederaf..on.  Confederation  'entailed   the    necessity   of  building the Canii|ian':Pacific Railroad as  koon as possible, and but.-for-���������'���������tlie unpatriotic  opposition of/the party now iu pi>wef that  rrad woiildfiow: be. ia; process of cohs (Miction. ' But this great national road, so essen-  S50 yards. .-Heats; 3 in 5; 25 yrds distance; weight,  130 lbs Tbree entries and two to start, .or no race.  Entrance, $25. ' ,' *  MINERS'PURSE,   ���������      -     ,$150,  360 Vards. Heats; 2 ia 3; 25 yarfa distance; weight  130.lbs.   Entrance, '$}9.f Winner of Stanley Derby  .barred.1' '���������'���������" :Tw6 entries or ���������no-race; ff-.   ' f ���������';*;,' .-;  (/ /'.;  Cf HACK RACE, ';���������.-..     .-;/ ^75...    .  86D;.-.yards.��������� Heats ���������".' 2 in. 3: 25 yards distance; weight  180 lbs. .Entranoo, |*5.T Two entries er/ no race,---  Winners of proyious races barred. ������������������' /; iffyfT      Tf  ^AH%NKLE'PURSK?   ������������������������������������/!*       $&P  aS0.;Ynr������1s.; Single dash.;; ��������� Winners of Stanley; Derby:  iit_d'���������]Min^s-ilNirsea.-'barred.:^;Vt'j.ight^ 130rlbs.; Bn>.  trijnce,;$2 t������i^; ��������� Two'rtoitries'orao race.'''C*;''";'''.'",'.';  /'/:. ;SIWAS*tt'RACE,   ' ��������� i      -    " $15.  450 YarUfli f; Heats, 2 !������ 3; 25 yards distance; catch  . w������ights. Ttwed' entrius; or - no: ruce:-. Horses to be  owned bytadiaiis; - :<;.-;.>���������:  ������___=. BAJ-"LO0*TS Will be sent up''during :the  day ��������� ; and a.. sdinplay of SKY-ROCKETS ��������� an l  otber,_ri~ft__:WOBKS will ���������*������!_. p&co,during the  evening,';;;' ���������  "������../.-���������   -,������������������-."-'-'���������"*"  . FESTIVAL,; [.lipX-P-  ot"tbo Cariboo Lodge, F. & A t M , will; be held- on  SHurday Evening, July tho Fourth^ 1874, at tbe -Jtii-  sonic Hall, Barkerville.  46_f* Ail Brethren in good standing are. invited to  attend,,;,'.     ���������ffy f :���������:"';���������. .." -fl ��������� 1. ���������f": *f Y)        . ��������� 1-W ....-.���������  ;VicrbmA  eiwipion  ������5 t  e  Wednesclay,^ Jtily 1;1S74  y jiits t v a yyyy.  PfPT"Xf:iBPORW  ;/,;. , \ XXX.   Is. I^r.ze.vg,! I������rli������  1, Potato������ Rac^, 50 yards, 6 &urpheys, $7  WILI.   COMMENCE   HER    REG-ULAB  -Trips on tlio 18 tbJune, running as I olio ws uuti I  further notice;        ���������  -r.  Leaves SODA (^^b^^  12 o'clock, noon.  LeaveV*W^ELMOUTH on SUNDAYS, at  half-past S p.m.  ..    -, :������������������--.. .*��������� .     i_VrS. BATES.  ' Soda Creek, June 12; 1874.V ; ,\f2Q  7.  SECOND   DA Y  2, 1874,,  X     ..X, -f .-���������; ;���������'���������/ 1st Prize. 2d Trlzrv  ���������Riinnlag ftop, Skip and.*luinp, $7 50, , $2 50  Kiinnih'g Higb Jump, ���������*     .'       7 50.' '2 50  .Vaulting High Jump,/, ��������� ��������� ���������.���������-'��������� 7 50''���������'. .. 2 50  Putting Ston������, 22 lbsM ' ��������� ' - . 7 50-��������� :0 00  :  ���������:������,���������:. ���������-���������:..-.    14 ihs,,-- . .   ��������� ������������������_ 5.w>   .- ,:0 m  Hurdle Rice, 120 yard s, 5 h u rd les,   ���������  3feet high,      .      -      -   ���������   -      K) o6' 6 00  Fruit Kace, 10 Bog Oranges', 50 yds, io 00 tbe oranj.es  TICE I* HEREBY tflVEN THAT A  COURT OF APPBAT.;  undo*: theprovfetMns o������ tl_e >,*..Wild: Lind -Tax ^cf-  1873."-'to* tbe/District of Cartb.H������, will lie Liclit *'iXXa  Uhd d"^010*1* _���������&"**������ places oil ithe siespcc 11 ve da ^s ��������� aieui ���������  tloncd, viz;: .    -���������.-     -, ��������� w- . - * *''' ���������' .��������� r.  *:- \ . K*:������'' _������"  ' Rtohfield' Court Hoiifte..;Julj; 3*1/ p.  Soda Creek.- July 7th ���������    % /  Quesne I inou th I .$n ly lOtSik���������';;,"  Lightning Cree*_VJu!y 12.  -'��������� 'X'XffX:       ''/:.:.;/:fii   B.MXBAhUt,  Blchfl^ Jane 19.1874:;; JuSO  2.  9.  4.  .6.  d.  HOp'-Ritce, 60 yards,;'      .ff ,6  Pout B?_c<'i _00 yards, '..':-"���������������������������-���������        : ; /15  Sack Jiaco, V 7  F<������ot Kac^, 150 yards, ^-   ,:    10  >Vli������eIbarrowRf*ce (bo pronrptinp),     ?  Hut������i.e R:������ce, 109 yards, Slrurdlua,  ;';3feet high, YtfiY-y.  Hop, -J?klp and Jump,  $2 '50-  '��������� 6 00.  io :Af^i^:  8. Hop, Skip and Jump,. -f X".  if~f", '-''���������  9. Foot fticey 100yar-js,-:'--..'1--    .. ,;;".7;50.~-l-  10. Hcrub Rhco, last hinn .tortWt $2 60, ! A      . ��������� .  11. Oliiniimi-n's K.ito;   OO yards,.    .    ,    7 2 W  12: Ind|j*_i ltac<', 200 yar*ist "ff-'.'ffif. $:-f -r-^ "���������  13. Boys^and Girls' HnndiCiip, v ;/: pff^fyfT" f  For all 'Races, two enirl^s or no nice.  En I ni ace fo<* tor 300,; 150 yards; uiir I H������ rd 1 e R\o"S ,  $1. ; AU other Sports 60 cW.ts, oxc������;pt Scrub, India������H  Oli i n'ese, itn^I Boys ad d QirlsV It'rctw. .     -  ,fi__9U. Tbe Sports will commence at TEN,o. clvok a.m.,  .-���������Imjp*;'��������� A���������;'felgual gu'ii /willbe _tt*od.','��������� A'*ijal*ily/will W  flred at ftoon: . .. ,       .  *"'  ... ^/^OBSiB^RA.O'lJm..- .'���������--.:  DOMINION PITUSB.   - /-   -' - :$400,  350 yt������rds;' tieats, 5 In 5* 25 ynth dIstanef;.c;irryfti_r  iiotles's thnn 90lbs;   Kuiruuc.,: $25.   Ti������rub <iiiri.s  . ������r no.^ace;!:.;    . f"ifr:     Til.-if .;���������      ..-..'-:���������" V,. --ff'- '���������'  i-^mpi^^?v^^:y- *��������� ��������� -������������������ ���������:ijft?^:"."  850 yahls��������� ��������� heni^'^-Vn ���������**;' ri yan!������ ^istnnc ���������; carTAlng;  not fess'l-lmn 90 \ \*S:l En in nee $ 10 / WInn������-r - t^Jpu*  jointoh Parse barred; il*wo entries or hdntce. -;;;  '  tiul to the development _.nd slreng-thenirig of  tbe Confftderation> it is now proposed by Mr  . jVIwcken^Te to prosecute in a snail-like manner,  or probiibltiOn tie score of-economy, to aub-i   ������������,-.������������������������.������  i**:.��������� Wr^^lL ���������������������������'__' __.���������_, __k'ti-������5_^j .������  -       m Entrance Fees the same as alrove, w th thft excon-  -3tHnle wagon.ron^  of union.   Tne nrm.stand taken by the Local I no one allowed to enter who has; run in any of ttt.e  Sack'Race, -   ���������.���������������       -       - . 7 60'  Scrub Race. 100 y������ rds, last man to-  pay $2 5$ fo winner,    ... -      - 6 00.  Riders' Race, 50 yards, to c������rry not  le8_rtl>an 125 Ibs^;/* -'-.'���������- ���������. .-������������������'��������� 8 00  SIwasli Rico, .200 yafTds,      ..      - 6 00  2 50  0 00  2 50  'Government,.'nnd their appeal to thelmpprfnl  Government for jasiice, will -c������use Mr Mac-  Ice nzie.;to pause before forcing upon us terms  which wqiiia1 not.;only seHonsly rehrcf ifee  <le>vlnpoiet)t %f; "Jiife'; province, btit iritter  away a'r_.illion arit. ahnlfdollarnayeor with-  ������mt.i lie least chance of returns being made in  the shape*of incieased reyeo.ue from Br*tieh  Columbia or ir'ereased 'propperity  to the  JJominion.  VVee'dvise fbeftlankenasie Admin-  i.stration to follow in the footstttpa of their  pred������cessors in offiV, and whatever they:do,  to ' ** do  it quickly."     If   Mr  Mackenzie  intends to build tbe railroad, let him push  It forward with -all the resources of the Do.  minion ; let not the first railroad .*' sleeper"*  ���������1. .id be xotten before the last one is placed in-  position.   If the" propositions made through  Mr Edijar were accepted, a sort of railroad  ���������clay'of judgment, would be held over the 1  resurrected ashes of tbe first sleeper by the  Inst one placed in position.    We believe,  however, that Mr Mackenzie's curt reference  Of the AUornej-General to Bfigiaod will. i������.  suit beneficially.   If the financial position of  the  Dominion   is as bad as represented bv  Mr Cart wright in  his  BudgerSpeech.   the  Imperial  Government  will lend a helping  hand  and  assist Canada in tiding over her  temporary   monetary  embarrassments   and  keeping" ilie uatioaa! iioaor intact. J  j J above. ra������es.   For other rules, soo a bovo.  LIGHTNING CREEK P[ICtSE... - $3������0  360 Vards. H<������ats. 8 in 5; '25' yards ���������dining. En-  trance $16. WHght, 130 lbs. Throe entries and two  to start or no rnot'j if three or mopt start, socond  horse to save en trance fee.. \vln������iw. of Stanley Derby  and Barkerville Dominion; Purse liaTrod.  /   CARIBOO PURSK,      '������������������     $100.  350 Yards., Heats, % in Z\ 2S _/ar !s distance. Entrance, $10, Welprht, ISO 1I>p, Two entries or no  race. Winners of Stanley Derby and Lightning Creek  Purses, and Barkerville Dominion purse, barred.  SCRUB RACE,      .      .      $30.   ..  850 Yards. Heats,.2 in 3; - 25 yardn dislaoc; catch  wtjights, Entrance, $2 dO. Three entries,or no raco.  Horses entered in the four principd previous races  barr.d. ' *   '. .f  CONSOLATION PURSE,      ���������       $60.  For beatea Horses. 350 yards; sin do -dash';' catch  weights,   riiwash hordes barred.   Entrance $_ 50.  SWA&R   RACE,       v     ������10.  3S0 yards.   Htjats, 2 in ii) 25 yards dist'inee: catch  W(*iglita.   Three entries, or no race.   Horses  to be  owned by Indians.  I HAVE BEEN.INSTRUCTED by the Pecreta.ty t'j  .he .  NASON   COMPANY  to sell by Auction, ' f;  / ON MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1874.  the Interests of 4ttio following: Shar^hoMers In tho  Nason Company, on Antler Creek, % Assessmenl?  due, viz.:  :JAMES D. KAITtlNO. One Interest;  DAVID S. JENKINS, One Interest,  I have also been lustructod by .he Secretary of the  "'������������������*   OPHiR /COMPANY  to sell by Auction on tbe same date the Interests oi  tlie following Shareholders in tbo Opldr Ounp ������ny, od  Lightning Creek, for Assessments du������������, viz.:  WM. BOWMAN; Five Interests. ' X'-  H. ORToN: One Interest."  ���������':"  J  PHILIPj', One Intf'rest  W. McCULLOOH, One Interest, .   ��������� ;  JOSEPH JOHNS, One Intorest.;,  Unless-tbe amounts duo nnd accruing dm*, on each  interest are paid,.and costs,.on or before the yaj i m22  day of Juno, 1874, all tbe aibresaId .Interests will b������  Bold at the Barkerville Auction Rooms.  Terms cash.   No reserve.  ��������� '-.a      GEORGE BYRNES, j  jel3 Atte������iouj>������;r, ���������������������������  ffl1  ON MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1874, at 12 o'clock  noon, at Barkerville.  ;-ilAQlfiHAmfp*t  ) yards ;J boals/ 2 I n Z; 26 yards d Ista nc*.. taich  ig b ts.   En tra nco $5.   IV tuners of prev iotts rucefl  350  weig  barred.  BARKERVILLE PURSE,   . ...   $50.  250 ynVtls* siniflo dasb; winn"rs of Dominion. ������nil  Peopling purees barred; c<ilch weights. Eiitr.iucd  !*S-iO.     ������������������   _     "f- '  siwAsh RAOi_; / -/': : _ $u,p  (F.ir Horses owned by Tn Hans,).,  Socond horsr, $5..   340 yar Is;   heals.. 2 I h 8 {   tiirofl  onirics or.-Z-O'^-tcV^ jy.'ffds i'lstanCi'; .catch weights.  . ..If:   SECOND    DAY.  IThiarsday, July 2,1874.  HORSE-RACING.  WILLIAMS CREEK PURSE,  $300  I bare been instructed by MR. S. A. ROGERS  to sell by Auction on the above date.  Enlr.mces for tbi Stanley D.irbv Pwne to be rnadp  before 10p.m. June ?mU, to the V?ecrotiirv, Marsbai  Bray, fttanby flofcol, Ll^htninjr Creek. En'jranu^sfor  th������.������ Li_(hlnio- Cr.eU Hr&u to be ma le before 10 p ;ru������  FROM GROUSE CREjEK STORE,  Consisting, of  ?  O*  Aivl olber ori tela* too miMT'>m to mention.  %%. Tvmn a I J5ale,  Ci'KO,  BVRXK8,  J'-13 Auotioucur,  350 yard?; heat*, 8 In 5; 25 yards distance En-  tninc**, $10; carryinm not less than 90 lbs ; two onirics or no racj; 11 ttt'reo entries, second in to savt)  ���������ntrance fee*  LADIES' PURSE,   ���������   -   $100,  ;;50 yards {  heats, 2 in 5, carrying not less than 00  lbs.;  25'.yards distance.    Bntnuce   $10,  added,���������  Winners of  Dominion and. Williams Ureuk  Purses  oarrod,,-T.ivo entries or no race,     .  ;.':'J '"SCRUB RACE.   -   -   $30,  050 yards j heats, 2 In fl. Satranco $2 60; three <������n*  tries or no race. Wimiers of four principal races  barred,. jCatch ws'iglds, ,  '''i'^SlftASR RACE,   -   ~   $10,   '  (Horses owned by Indians.)  Second horse iu $5:   3.0 yar la; three horirs to run j  heats, 2 In .; 25 yards distuitoo; c.tch weights.  CONSOLATION STAKES, * -. .   $60,  For beaten Hurses; 860 yards, single dash. H������r*i-n  having run in Si wash Kaous baffed. JSntiunOo 4} 2 .������������.  Catch weights.  Entrances tot Dominion Purse to be made before  10 p.m. on Jun������e 30th, to the Secretary, at tbe TKLK-  GKAPH OFFICK, iSarkorvlllo, to bo opened at N.  bUNIO'S 8ALOON  Entrances lor Williams Creek Purse to be made before 10 p.m. July 1st, tt> tho Secretary, at tho TBLE-  GRAPdL OFFICE, Barterrvillc, to bo opened at  MA80V&DALV\SItISoTAUBANT.  Other __utiies to be made 2.6 minute* before starts  ing.  No Jockeying a Moved.  All disputua to be settled by the Patrol Judges.  CHARLES WILSON, Chairman.  RICHARD ALLEN, Secretary.  HUGH ROSS, Treasurer.  Darkcrrilic, Jun; 5, 1874. H  f'-A  m  mm  'f___He  W  Ki^S  II  m  _IM  Wm  Us  n  TOI  P  A  T  yeal  rele  ������iei  lute  iiev  loss  tool  grai  ������  on 1  rra  uel i  mm'  Ithe  [the.  Ma  \  r :f THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  m  SATtfEDAY, JUNE 20. 1874.  ������������������������������������  ,   RH  TOTAL LOSS OF THE MAIL STEAMEft  PRINCE ALFEED-^THB PASSENGERS  ALLSAVm/ v:/:::r;;^r.A^./  the public mind ^  yesterday aft^aooab^ the rumor received by  telegraph from Quesneltif the lossof the mail  Bteimer Prince Alfred, and it wail not until  late in the evening tbat tbe anxiety was relieved by the authentic announcement of the  loss of the teasel; with the glad hews that all  fmMffl! wet% saved. Following ia tlie telegram sent IVpniCHri^n.^-XI .���������'���������'.KO-"^'-''";  "The steamer Prince Alfred went ashore  ���������on last down trip, six miles norjbX,pt San  Francisco. Pas^enjrms and mails saved.AVessel and cargo a total loss." -.;,/  ������������������  flB  mm  MINING IOTELUGENC$.  '. ���������' ���������,; ;(  ��������� ���������. '' ,CONELIX GULCH.��������� ��������� ri f.:  The Ferguson' co., tip to Thursday noon,  liad 59 oz., and expect over 100 for, the week.  >7o new developments yet made by the companies prospecting.  ���������        UaHTSfisS CBBKK.     /  Point co. running ahead with their drive;  "it will take them some little time to get in.  m.*n'* ?ro,in^ M ������������ wet and havinfif to rn n  || "through a cave. Spruce co. have re laid tlieir  B fluine and are now repairing their pump In  m the upper shaft-preparatory to starting; will  J be rea ly by first 61 next week.   Van Winkle  Hh.oi. tu r ni ng the creek on the other side so that  11 the witer will not run ovar the channel .are  gnlse work ing below running their drain drive  Bah'ead ; quite wet in the face.   Pioneer co.  Haifa" Goat Ranch) arc. irt with their incline.  !������n(i$ee gold in the face) have laid boxes and  |||re washing the dirt;  this /toil" be a good  ll&l-iiifi under the supervision of Mr Gannon.  lliflio is working very economically; in the  Bffopi!- of fiayihg one of the best bench claim*  iBh/Lightning-.' Little Ophir co;> at thebioutli  Hpr\ Van Win kl e Creek; about through ground  ipl ii ici ng:} w i i 1 com men ce wash ini Up on: Mon  ffilay.   V'ctoria co. ubout through, re-laying  ipheir flu me;;   the shaft of j' he w.heel is, no \  ^d������������rie j.d^n't think they will beable to com-  ^nenee 'pumping out for two weekS^yet. Van  bouver co. repairing their flume and ditch :  Inhere the ,dit<6t) has caved^ are /cribbing it.  ^nak'nf.,a;Jf*ne job.=; / will fele;f Had^, next/wjaefej  t ;i c������ihi iii en ce pu ni pi ng oiii. V **?u lean CO. hav������-  ftnis'ied; overhaul ing their,machinery 5 washed  e np the d 1 rt taken on t of the bottom 0f their  |������haft, and got 8| oz. vtiry line gol<|. which  |fihows they nre not on the main lead but have  |*oo? far to drive to get it.   Sawmtll-OosUdl"  |I&1 to change leathers is tlieir pump* and th������������  |w iter roso so high they have not been able to  ^gei it: out sufficiently to sink any this week;  have some six ������** seven feet deeper to sink  |t)Hfore starting out With a drive V reck still  ?hard. which makes sinking slow.   Snowdon  |co,. h������*ar the month of Cbisbolm. are down  ���������with their shaft 14? feet and have struck what  ["they suppose soft bed rock, so soft and miLshey  {that some of ihe company think it is not bell  Irock at all; will sink deeper before opening  font; have not done much this week, th������*  iWater being too strong tot their small pump,  |||������nd I hey had to put a larger one in;  will  ntnmmencH sinking again on Monday.  Eleven  Mpf En$������land co.  ftm iilng ahead  With, their  B'tail-rac*?   preparatory   to   sinking   a   new  fchftft.   Clarke co. think of starling after the  SiolidayH to sink a new shaft, which they think  Ifjphey can do without putting up machinery.  ijjjfar- when the other claims are pumping it  SBceeps the water oiitof their ground.  COUNTY COURT.  [Before H. if. BAU, Esq., and a Jury,}  HI  ������������������;���������./,        Monday, June 15*  R. P. T* LBACBf vs. Ni COkio.������������������ Action for  $230 for two months* wages for wrongful dismissal and for board and lodging.  On behalf of the plaintiff, a written agreement was produced, by which plaint!if agreed  to malt and brew for defendant, and by which'  defendant promised to pay therefor $115 per  month and board and lodging. The engagement to be determined by a month's notice.  Mr Park, for plaintiff, drew attention that  the agreement was signed in May of this year.  and claimed that his client had been wrongfully dismissed during, that month. That tlie  plaintiff was therefore/entitled to wages for  th/e month of May, and also wages lor the  month for whtoh notice should bave bean  given, nnd for board and lodging during those  periods; ���������,'..; '���������;.,-���������  The plamtftt stated that before the dieter-  mlnation of the first month the defendant told  him that an0ther brewer (T. Lave 1:y f would  be employed to take charge of the brewery ;  that plaintiff thereupon said he was employed  to take charge of the brewery, and that he  wmid not work tinder any one; that he was  offered a month's wages, which he declined;  and that he then left the defendant's service,  considering he had been discharged^: ���������  Robert Lipsett and Frank Lai ler. were  called and give evidence to. show that the  beer brewed by the plaintiff was a fair article.  "On behal f. >f A h e de fen d an ty M r Da v ie s fated  bis ci ien t h ad emp I oye'et. another b reWeV to  Buperintend:the brewing, but had not discharged the plabuiff.; This had'been done in  consequence of. the beer brewed by plaintiff  having.been in several instances returned to  defendant on account of its bad quality; That  before the iSi^t month r-f plaintiff's engage--  merit, had expired, the defend an*, told plaintiff  of the defen d an t's i n ten tion 16 ein ploy ano ther  lire wer, aud that.'defendant, had offered plain*  tiff a^ month's wages if h������ chose to cancel the  fngsgement, but if be insisted on his two  moriths" wages he was to go on mal ting and  brewing under the Vnperinteodence of LaV ���������  ery; .That-.the plaintiff; tlnui, refund Jo go io  work, a** though 1 be; defeiiclaut /distinctly told  "him ho was not discharged.  ���������  The defendant and A. Ho ff mart substantiated the above statement. : Harry Wil mo 1  p roved t h at h e h ad b ^0 it gh l back ti. U r kegs of  beer to Bark er vi j I e f r o& Li^li to i n __: creek, the:  beer "beinj,* utiValeabie./; Livery also gave  eV idence o f A he b utf q iiulit y, of the b eer.  ; Iii conclusion; ;the/deferidan.*s/ counsel  pointed out that the.iigreeineiit. did;not en-  g<\gu ;the plaintiff to take ex elusive' charge, of  the brewing depart meur -that in placing a  new hand in charge.the defendant ��������� was exer-  cli<ing a business-like discretion consistent  with the agreement, and that the plaintiff had  vol 1 in t ari ly I ef fc t he servi cei.of th e defend an t  before one month's service had expired, and  theiefore was not entitled to anything.  After an impartial summing up from  Judge, the Jury returned a verdict ibr  tleieUdauL  go away ; that he then told Mr Neufelder of  this. -   ..    ���������  The evidence ������t Frederick Nason,. a child  of tender years.!who was In the store at the  time, was not received, the child���������although  v*ry intelligent���������not appearing to fully understand the responaibilUy 6f an oath.  Chief Constable Lindsay stated be had  searched the prtBonerVhouse the day after  the theft, but had fo nnd no thing \ th ree d ays  after, searched it again, and among the-ashes  of a stove ia the house found certain pieces  (produced) which he believed to be the burnt  remnants of the soles of such a pair of byei-  shoes- aa those described: by Mr Neuftjlder.  the uppers of cloth and the soles of crossed  India rnbberi  The Judge then summed up, pointing but  the direct evidence of the Chinaman, which  if true proved theignllt bf the prisoner. It  was corroborated by ths evidence of Mr Nen-  felder as to the prisoner not stopping when  called/but increasing, his pace and denying  his having been in the house. The evidence  0f 1 Lindsay was also important if they (the  Jury) beiievedthe pieces he produced were  the burnt remnants of the overshoes.  A Jury man���������Gumboots are often used for  kindling.' ;���������-������������������������*;���������������;*������������������'--������ ;;���������-/���������  ' Tlie learned Judge .then read his notes,  com in en ting from time to time Upon the important joints impartially but also justly. /.  The Jury retired, and in,the course of half  an hour returned a written verdict '^f " Not  Gi'rr.rr,'* ���������upon, the groiind that I bey discredited the evinence of the Ohinan.au.  the  the  IH-Tr   T1IT'>,T.  Mr IcsfiOK Gra*. accompanied by Mr  onley. Registrar of the Supreme Court, and  Ir Dav.fs who acted for the Crown at the A*>-  lihtes, arrived in Barkerville last Saturday.  Sit la with pleasure we are able to state tbat  ||||*Mr Justice Gray, who now visits the upper  S^0,m^ry for the first time, has during the short  jSperiod he has been among ns, gained the tes*  !||tHmi of all* His thorough, application to  f||thtt Chhos before him, and his strict impartial*  ���������{ty* demonstrate his possession of those qual-  ���������uiM bo essential to the Judicial office, and  |theii? ia no doubt that in bis hands the reputation for meting out justice which this country  fate obtained in the past will be sustained*  Accidknt���������An accident ocCttrted last week  n Salt 8pringrclnira, Grouse dreek, by which  woseph Pascoe and a Chinamen were seriousl,.  Injured. A heavy timber fell across Pascoe*s  twack, bruising him and inflicting internal in-  .iiirie", and tbe Chinaman was seriously in-  aOPBBMJS COUttTv  (Before Mr Justice Gray.)'  .Wkpnkspay. June 17.  His honor Justice Gray opened the Su  preme Court at Richfield at 11 a m. on Wed  nesday. The fotiowiug persons were sworn  in as Grand Jurors:���������J. C. Beedy (foreman).  G..M. Morris Hugh R ������ss, John Goodson. F  Neufelder. Jos. Mason, Robt, Lipsett,' I. B.  Nason. I. Fisher, Benj. Edwards. John Monro.  Jas. Elder, T. R. Pattnllo. and Benj. Healey.  Mr Uavie appeared on behalf ot the Crown.  The Srand Jury returned a true bill iu  Regina A Matthews for larceny, and Regin^  vs. Ah Suit for escaping from jail.   Indict  meistB against Ah Suit for larceny and robbery wag fben ju ^^ md the engine not paid for.  were thrown out, the witnesses having ab;  jU(iffment lor Lipsett had been given in tbe  "  '    A true bill was found against Ah        " -   -        ........  ur (\  scon ded.  I{a for receiving two bank notes, the property  of Robert Lipsett, knowing them to be stolen  ilEOlXA TS. MATTHKWS.  Mr Neufelder stated the prisoner came into  his store in Barkerville and bought some vin  e_?ar, and that in conseuiience of information  given to him (Neufelder) by his Chinaman,  that Matthews had abutracted a pair of overshoes he ha 1 followed Matthews out of the  store and called out to him within hearing  distance to Flop ; Inat the prisoner paid no  attention, but quickened his pace; that the  prisoner went into his- bruise oncl came out  again, Rtanding in the door when he (Nen-  tbat witness then accused  It took three men to lift the log off I g^erc*^  iia9Cue* denied having been into his (the prisoner's)  -  ���������:  mm  ff-m  Kurtz & Lank Co.-^-A telegram has been  |received from Victoria this week by Mr Wm.  Worrist stating that Mr Hirst, one of tbe  jPirectora of the Kurtss and Lane Company,  ^vtll leave San Francisco for Barkerville by  }be next mail steamer, and that on his arrival  ere work wilt be vigorously resumed.  hottse.   Mr Neufelder stated that he counted  the case of overshoes aud missed a pair ol  them.  Ah Lock (a Chinaman) stated he was ia  Neuf el dor's employ, and that on the occasion  iu question he saw" the prisoner lake a pair ot  shoes from the store, put them in his shirt mid  '   REGJNA . V3.;'AH- SUIT,"-;;  The prisoner pleaded guilty Ap escaping  from jail, f-fy     ''     * '  ;It appeared be /had been charged in the  p rinci pal; accusat ioh with 1 arceny, a nd ro hi  bery with vifdence, and that although the witnesses had absconded in those cases,.the eyi-  den ce in - them en the depositions made out  prima facie a;serious case against the prisoner;  tliat he had escaped just before the last ag*  sizes, and that he had made attempts to escape  since his re-&fre$t������'.. ���������-". fff' ff  Ilw lordship having pointed out tbfese facts  and; cbmmenUng on the good treatment of the  prihoner by .the Jailer, sentenced him to 12  months' .imprisonment with hard labor. ;'  ' / ' ������������������ ���������'':'; *: . ^itKorxA vs*Ait SAv'Ti'-fyf if ^y':  charged with' receiving stolen property;:-On  the application of Mr Davie, the prisoner was  remanded to the/next assises on acconnt of  the absence-O^'-aniaterial witness^ Bonds by;  Sureties we're given for4the^appearah<ie of the  prisoner at,the next Assises.,, Pf r.. ;,; |  . .;fXT':fy ���������     :/TH0_wi)AT. June IS.  M bach a m / &/Nason, .Appellants, vs.: Robt.  L rps ktt ; Resp *>nde ri tA A jp peal fro m - the de-  cisiim of the County Court at Richfield.  Mr Barhfltdrf, for appellants, stated the  facts, viz.: That in September, 1872, Patrick  Whearty, a member of the Black Bull co., had  mortgaged toresponnent l-l2th share of a  steam-engine, lhe property of the company,  the engine then.being at .Yale.- That subse-,  queiiUy a majority of the company (WueaMy  not.inclnded) .mortgaged the Whole of the  company property to appellants to secttre a  debt due to them from the company of $3000.  That shortly afterwards, by a resolution of a  majority of the company, Nason.was author:  is'ed to sell the engine and pay himself out or  the proceeds, which he did, credltiug the com:  pany with the purchase money, some $3000.  The respondent in the County Court sued the  appellants''for the principal and Interest due  on the Whearty mortgage, claiming that as  the appellants' had received  the purchase  money of the engine they were liable to the  extent, of l-12t.h thereof, that being Whearty's  share in the engine, or the proceeds of the  sale of it, and which Btutre the respondent  claimed, had absolutely passed to him.  It also appeared from the notes vf evidence  of the County Court Judge, that Whearty  owed S3?9 to the company at the.time-of .the  mortgage to Lipsett, and that the company  was bound by-the action of a.majority of the  company. ,   ",,  On behalf of respondent Mr Park argued  that the mortgage to Lipsett beittg in priori tf  to that of Nason*s ga*?e Lipsett ad ansolutey  right to 1.12th:of the engine, free from partnership liabilities. As to enforcing tfaeoi  against Whearty or his interuatj the company-  could do SO by carrying out the process of  section C of.the Mining Act of 18t2 by notice  ���������lud sale of the debtor's interest.,, l?hat-;noi  having done .this they left Whearty at liberty  to d ispose of his /interest. < ite also asSsrted  th at Whearty, #as not indebted at the time 0.  his mortgage, and that tho engine was paid  forf.y ;���������">'���������'��������� iff-. 'fiXyiyf  Counsel for appellant thetj' replied.  Mr Justice 6ray gave judgment on Fridayy  when after carefully;��������� narrating the facts j hi :  said he must take thettl-from the notes of evi-  dehce of the County Coitrt^^^Jtfd^Jb'r'he was  bound by theim Tim main point in dispute  Was whether a shareholder in any Wining  partnership collld by tfadsfetfidgihis in teress  effectually dtve.fc tt from paVtnefship bbliga^  tions.  The law seemed to him clear that thi,4  could not be dotitv One authority referred  to in appeilattt's argiimetlt showed .this.   Ia  was where ah execution was levied agairis.  the property of one of several partners^tndei".  which his interest in tlie partnership was taken  in execution.   While this exectUion was iri  process a second DUq��������� against the, firm- was  levied, when the first execution fcreditor withdrew; without prejudice to his rights.   It was  held/that;the execution against the firm was  first; entitled to the feet's,, and --that/'the first  execution cre'd Uor cb ii I d, no t maiii tai u aniie-;  ti0n bxeep t in respott ot air ascertainedv sur*  pi nicoming: after the'^taking. of partnership  accounts and payment of partdWorship ��������� liabU -  i ties.; In this case, according to the evidencej  Whearty' was Iridt'bted to the /Company when  he gave the mortgage to Li psett. an d the com-:;  pany had not then paid for the eugine.   To  say that ttadef such icirciimstiuces one. of the  partners could/truusfer an titisoluie interest iu  the engine: free from;_��������� pa rtnerehip IialiUities  was incorrect.  Partde/fShfp' creditors have a  right to the payment t?f tltefrf debts" out of  partnership^proper ty ApT pi^ferettce^ private-  creditors.   If the !case������ were Other Wise; ho one ,  Would give credit to the :jpl artne.rsh^ ��������� is re -  g >fds the tfghi given by. Ahp SihnngyiA^v- of  1872," secti 0 n uv it Is ��������� Cumlitativei atid^rloes ppi  take: a way .other: rights.^ 'or;;T"ree;v Whearty "a'  property from;she: responslbilkies^he law imposed cult. '��������� It was'also to %e^_������_eryed;thai.."  the fengine was/r riot a part; '-pff, tliei;claim. flA'i  wasi never on, the claim, btit was^at Yale when  taken by Nason.    .-������������������'.       . '.if f    :  : Wehave.notspace to give at length,-the  ctecisio n of . .ihe. I er ned Judge, which was f ul 1  and clear* His judgment was that the:decisioti  of the Court below be reversed With costs.- ;  **N  County Courts and from that decision the  present appeal was taken. "'  ^Mr Davie, alffo for,tbe appellants, con tended  under these circumstances that Whearty could  not transfer to^ Lipsett. by the mortgage a  greater interest than Whearty himself possessed. That interest was not, as respondent  contended ah absolute one, but was qualified  ���������was subject to partnership accounts and  partnership liabilities. That a partner selling  out sold not a particular portion of the prop  erty but bis interest in it, and that depended  on the state of bis account with the partner-  ship and what was owed to partnership creditors. In other words, that company creditors  were entitled to be paid out of partnership  nssets in priority to the creditors of any individual member, so that independently of Ha-  soirs mortgage, he being a company creditor  was entitled to retain the assets which had  come to his hands, and which had not fully  paid the debt due to him, as against Lipsett.  ^yho at best was a Creditor of only an individual shareholder. He also eon tended that  Lipsett being lhe assignee ofa ah arch older  Aucpo*. Sale.���������Attetitipn is .called to .the  auction sale on Monday/of Mr Rogers" Gro use  Creek stock of Groceries, Clothing, ftard*  ware. <fce. The goods are of the best quality.  tnd will be sold/at BarRerviUc by Mr George  Byrnes, auctioneer,, ott Monday hex*. June 22t  Ths Esprkss will, arrive this mornio;T.~-  FoIloWing is the passenger list:���������John Pin*.  kertonaud wife. Hobart Flynh. J. Blair, foe,';  Barkerville : John Austin add two children*  and Di Davis, for Lightning.. k-.  . Tub Wfres were down from Monday Up to  Friday afternoon between Soda Creek and  Clinton/ The line is working so badly* however, on account of heavy raiiig, lightning  and thunder Storms, that the bperatbr ^as ua*'  able to get a news report through:  The Steausr VrcroRiA.���������This steamerJIS '  now making regular trips between Quesnelmouth and Soda Creek, leaving the former'  place on Sundays and the latter on Thurs*  days.  The steamer is noW'under the. control "T  of Mr A. S. Bates.  Thb attention of the Road Supt5nntepdeti(l .  is called to the conlmunicat^or|honJi.olU,, flrsti  page commenting on the h*M state of the  Keitbley creek trail.  Dentistry.���������Teeth .fillsd sattsfactoHtJ anrt  .baled with care. Persons desivpus of preserving their teeth witUdo well to- avail them1  selves of Dr. Chipp's services.  Conkltk Gtu.Cir.-One half of the CdtA  claim, Conklin Rulch. was sold this week bv*  the owner, Mr Win. Hough, for $3,600 cash.  This is considered a very low figure.  dak*  Van VolkenMrgh & Oo.  lT,  j-20  A SUPPLY OF THB  QMITY OF FE  Always 0a hand,  1  i  ���������-1  r  ' ���������'.-��������� *-s  .   .      .......;  "fi  't^'ii&������^s���������ttfi_Si;������ *-i^^ THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY, JUSfi 28, 1874.  *r&������ RAILWAY COMPLICAWON.  Tbe statement made by .Hon. Mr Mackenzie in hie speech on the Pacific Railway Resolutions, that "the British-Columbia section  would be proceeded with as soon as at all  possible in order to keep faith with the spirit  and as far as possible .to the letter of .the  agreement with that province,"* was received  with satisfaction by the people of this district,  who had turned a deaf ear to the assertions  mJ������^^y*he Victoria clique that the present  Federal Government intended to break the  cast-iron railway/^clause jn /the  Terms  ol  'Union signed'by tnMr predt������oes������rs in office.  On the strength of this plain, straightforward  statement, notwithstanding the>*dvlay which  has already/to^^.pjace. 'Columbia* might  have'patiently waited another year before  again raising her voice against the infraction  of the Terms of Union had not Mr Mackenzie's wholesale relaxation propositions made  it apparent that the Votk 61 ^construction//on  tbe British Colombia section of the road- is  not to be procVH.ed with for an indefinite  .mmber of years to come.   True, the surveys  are being pushed forward, and a short line  ol railroad between Esqiiioialt-and Nanaimb  is offered as a sop to the Islanders; but a  wapon road and telegraph line is considered  hy Mr Mackenzie all th������.t>canrbek^Uiiiiately  undertaken ap the Mainland for some years  to  come.    No   doubt   the   gloomy   fore  bodings of the Finance Minister have had a  great .effect in shaping the, ideas of the Fed ���������  veral.Goyemmint; for. according to Mr Cart*  wriffht.the; "Dominion has seen ." the last year  of plenty." anil.if the keeping of the national  i ith";is insisted.upon by. British Columbia  ������* onri national debt in seven years would be  relatively/jo our,,population j������������t ������r������MA.rd  j? eater than/jtliat with.which   tbe  United  S ates emerged! from theirgreatcivil war. and  il measured by /the rate of,, interest required,  it wdultl.beonertbird greajir than the huge  7i:Uionatdebibf_England,'/,   We will not re'  p^at t*te ptbqr/croakfngs 61 the new Finance  Minister v 'be. is-evidently not made of the  t^ane stuff as his honorable and able predecessor?. Sir'Fra^^  Hm^ks and Mr Tilley. of  wh^^e^ays.'^atthey d^diihey did quickly,"  audrtindiV wlios**.' r\ije. .'*" tbe progress of the  country was bli 11������BtibsliwtiaUy ��������� increasing.-*  ���������The'-Vahii'geis colnmhs5- of ���������'-expenditure   have  brightened Mr Oartwrighfc. whose economical  tsouI cannot^ee tbe connection between ex.  gondiiuH*e-andr progress������- Probably the policy  ���������of the Macdonald Government in following  /.isiuie fo-fttstpps of the rulers of thoijeighbor-  ''ftr_r   ftppntofic was wroi%.    In lire United  States every effort is made to develop tbe resources of-the country; money is borrowed  4������nd railroads ^ish^d  forward: through  'en  ������������������ unpeopled country," wliicb is rapidly filled  up by settlers from Europe and the ������������������ flower  of the* Caaodfan youth'"from the different  lN3TAT.T.__TroN and Fkstivai..���������The Installa-i  tion of officers of Cariboo Lodge, F. & A. M.,  wilt take place on 4th July.   The brethren  will hold a grand festival in the evening.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Celebration^  Wednesday^July 1. 1874.  1st Prize. 2it.Prize.  Quoit Match,    *-     ���������"    .  Staudtng Flat Jump, with orwttb  out weights, .      -  Running Flit Jathp, with or w.Cb  out weights,  100 Yard Foot R.*c<\  300 Yard Foot Race,  75  Yard  Wheelbarrow Race, (������io  prompilnu). -      ���������      *  50 Ynrd Three Legged Race,   ~  30& Yanl Chinamen's Race,    *  For nil the abovo Sporis two entries or no money  given ; wh������>ro second prize is given, three entries or  no second prlz'v; Entrance fce.'SO cents, with tho exception ������f Caroamen's race.  jgjggr* *"P"rt8 to commence at TEN o^ciock a m sharp  A Signal Gun will be fired.   A Salute will be fired at  Noon. *���������'/���������'.���������  Horse-Racing.  $20 00  . $0 00  10 W *'  o oo  .7.60  I'O 00  12 00  2 50  2 50  8 00  7 60  .10 00  7 50  0 00  0 00  2 50  LIGHTNING  CELEBHATION~-Con*imred.  July 1st.  to the Secretary, at the Stanley Hotel.^.  Other entries to be mad������ to the Secretary 15 minutes  before starting.       "':"���������'.���������    ;��������� -if       .        _t; , __L ______  No Jockeying allowed.   All disputes settled by tlio  Patrol Judges. ''��������� f '-"ff X-f-    .  Prizes for Sports will be paid on the ground.  Winners of Horse-Racing Purses will be paklat  Robert McDermott*8 Saloon, at B p.m. on the evening  of each day.  ':���������-'.  Purses :wnlbe3runfbr on  The Programme will be made publie on the morning  Of tbe 3d July j 1874.       ; ; . fff-'T if-'-Xf  :'������������������  ���������X "��������� JOHN WILSOX i rbalrman.; Y '*H:  MARSHAL BRAY, ������e.relar_V^;*T  ROBT. McDERMOTT, Trea.������5ur*T."  SUuloy, June" 12,1874.'./-)-;'���������"'"       ��������� - >13f  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  AT  BARKERVILLE.  JX)MMON DAY CELEBRATION  350 Yards. Heats; 3 in 5; 25 yrds distance; weight,  130 lb3 Three entries and two to start, .or no race.  Entrance, $25.  .MINERS'PURSE/ .      ���������    ,$150.  350 Yards. Heats; 2 la 3; 25 yards distance; weight  130. lbs. Entranc, $10.- Winner of Stanley Derby  barred.   Two entries or no nice  HACK RACE,      -      -     jf.75.  350 Yards. Heats; 2 in 3: 25yards distance; weight  130 lbs. Entrance, $$. Two ea trios er. no raco.���������  Winners of previous;rac*s barred,    f,   f  VAN'.WlfKLE PURSE,      ..7 ,-.^ X   $50.  ������50'Yard's. Single dash.. Winners of Stanley Derby  ana ' Miner's Purses barred, VMght, 130 lbs. Entrance, $2 50.'  Two.entriea or ao race.    ~  X ��������� SIWASH RACE,   Pi" ���������������������������    -   'l $15.  .���������850 Yards.   Bents, 2 ft, 8; 25 yards distance;  catch  weights.   Thsr������eVmrU-s or'nu ruce:-.   Hor.es  lo bo  owned by Italians.   . ���������. . .-  ������__t, BALLOONS will be sent up'during the  day, Hml a .display of SKY-ROCKKTS en i  other FIRJEWORKS wiil^take placo,during the  evening. " ���������    ; . *  CARIBOO LODGE,F.&A.E  THE  ANNUAL  of Olflcers and  INSTALLATION  --......������������������-.^.FESTIVAL./.  ot the Cariboo L<i<IgeT F;& AM '���������_ wiM.be/ held on  Saturday Evening, July the Fourth, 1874, at tho Masonic Hall, Barkerville,  i^~ All Brethren in good standing are invited to  attend. : ''���������':'������������������.���������:'���������' '. - '. "���������       '   |"W   .  WILL -COMMENGifi': HER    REGULAR  Trips on the 18th June, running as loliows until  further notice. V; ;^-; fff f:  Leaves SODA CREEK on THURSDAYS; at  12 o'clock, noonX  Leaves QUi^Ni^MOUTH on SUNDAYS; at  hall-past 3 p.m. iff if.      ~ ���������T'fff  ififf[f-y.yX;f������jif&\B&$%S. :  ?oda Greet, June 12,1874^: / }������'20  ay  a  8.  9.  10.  11.  12.  13.  SECOND  DAY.  Thursday, Jiily 2$ 1874.  Vaulting High Jump,       ���������    ->;'',  Puttitig Stone, 22 lb*., ; .���������..    . .  ���������������������������.-.������ :���������:/:%}        U ]b^v ' ..... A.:   .  Hurdle Race; 120 yards, 6 hurdlee,  3feeth1gh,      .      -      .      .      TO 00' 6 00  Fruit Kace, 10 Bog Oranges'; 50 yds, 10 00 the Orantjep  Saclc Ilace; ; ���������- - > ���������'��������� . ��������� - 7 fioi.: 2 50  Scrub Race. 100 yards, Inst man to *  pay $2 6% tb winner,    ; . .      .       & 00. .  Biders> Race, 50 yard's, to carry not  less than 126 Ibs^ .;; -. ; > . 8 .00* ��������� 0 00  Si wash R-icc, .200 yards,       .      .'600, 250  Entrance Fees the same araboTC, with tho exception of the Scrab aod Siwosh-Ritces.. For Scrub Race  no one allowed to .enter wiio has; run fa auy of the  Above races.   Fair other rules, sou above.  '  ":t^..  pr) vlnce.*.   The only remedy to sf op the con  , ':titin'������d abisorption yearly by-the^^ United Slates |:Ranninj_/Hop, skip and:jump,  ;������������������/.-of tliousands of Canarifans Was Confederation, ".unn.ng- High Jump,  Uonied era tion fen tailed   the   .necessity   of  / building tbe Canadian-Pacific R;aiiroad as  Hnonas possible, and bnt for the unpatriotic  opposition.of Mhe^^ ;partynow iu pimer tbat  r-raS wonld now;be, io^^ prpeess of cohslnic-  : tie n.   Bit t th is great national road. so: essen -  tlal to the deyelbpment _.nd strengthening of  the {"tonfederation, it is^ now- proposed by Mr  jMRclcen^fe to prosecute in a snail-like manner,  ������ir probably, oh the score of economy, to sn b-  ������t'itri I e wagon ro ad, tor rai 1 road in our Term s  t;f Union.   Tbe Htm.stand taken by the Local  G"Vt*rnraent, arid their appeal tptbelmpprial  <TOvernmerit for ja8tice, will -cituse Mr Mac-  i<t������i.z'e.to pause before forcing upon us terms  which wq^llti, not onIj Beripusly^^ rets rrt the  .  <lo vy 1 o p oiei ii ;xffl ;:thfe' pro vi h c^ but tri tt er  saway a r..i1iioh aiid a half dollars a year with-  out ibe least chance of returns being made in  lhe ehape of increased revenue from JBritish  f?ci I u m b i a or  i r creased:' pronperi ty   to the  Iio:minion:  WeWvise fhe Mackenzie Admin-  istration to follow io the footsteps of their  predecessors in office, and whatever they do,  to   "do  it quickly.*'     It 'Mr  Mackenzie  intends to build the railroad, let him pvish  ir, forward with -all the resources of the Dominion ; let not tbe first railroad "sleeper"  l.rfd be xotten before the last one is placed in  poflition.   If the propositions mad������ through  Mr Edxar were accepted, a sort of railroad  (lay of judgment would be held over the  resurrected, ashes of the first sleeper by" the  hist one placed in  position.    We believe,  however, that Mr Mackenzie's curt reference  of the Attorney-General to England will re-  ; siijfc benelScially.   If tbe fiuancial position of  the Dominion   is as bad as represented by  Mr Cartwright in his Budget Speech,  the  Imperial  Government  will lend a helping  hand and  assist Canada in tidim? over her  temporary  monetary  embarrassments   and  "__ej<'i������������������������������ the uatiousl iioaor intact.  list Prize. 2d rriz<*.  $7 SO  7 50'  ; 7 50 ���������  -7:60s  6 00-  $2 50  ; 2 50  2 50  0 00  .0 00  T^TOTICE Io HEREBY GIVEN THAT A  i^l COURT OF APPEALf-aaXJ  u na<������r the pruvi8i< ms* of ihe ;*m Wild Lind Tax A ct,  18T3,'' for the;Distriot of Caries will be lieliI at th.  unde^mr*ttbnD(l places on .*U_ ticspective duys ��������� u������o_i-  tfoned; viz;;'    f       **'������,'     >.   '������������������       "''  v'"*f''*  Richfield Court Hoiise, July ffl,f--*'  Soda Creek. "July 7th  Quesnel mou thi ;Jfa ly %M&  .;/;.;��������� Lightning Creelsv Jaly; 12* a  i.i    'X ���������������������������.yyfffB.^.^AU^ ^  B:chn^'l, June.9.1874: jc20 ;  ���������W ]   ������������������:.;  LIGHTNING CREEK PURS&, /   .*���������*.    $360  3(50 Yar.'s. H������atP. 3 f n &; 25 yards ��������� dHUn.-i'; E n-  lri������no, $15. -Weight, 130 lbs. Three entries w\ two  to start or no rncj if three or mop*, start, second  Bomo to save >m ranee foe.. Wfcitif^; or Stanley porby  sind fl..rkervlile Ooraiuion Puwe oihfvod.  /    CARIBOO TURSK,     >'.     $100.     ..  85b Yaris., Heats, 2 In 3} 25 yar Is dis tn nee. Kn-  tranee, $10. Weight, ISO lbs, Tvvo entries or no  race.. Winners of Stanley Derby and Lightning Creek  Purses, and Barkerville Dominion purse, barred.  SCRUB EACB,      ...   $30.   ..  850 Yards. Heats, 2 in 3; 25 yards distanc; catch  w. ights. Bn tn nee, $2 50. . Th roe entries .1 ir. no race.  Horses entered in tiie four principal previous racos  barred/  CONSOLATION I^URSB,,    ���������       $60.  For beaten Horses. 350 yards; Steele dashV catch  weights,   rfiwash horses barred.   Entrance _?a50.  SWASH RACE.      v    sio.  S������@ yards. Heats, 2 in 3; 25 yards dist-mce; catch  weights, Tii ree entries, or no race* Horses to be  owned by Iniiuns.  flAVR BEEN INSTRUCTED by, the Pocretary oj  the ��������� .���������'������������������. ��������� '-.������������������'���������      ������������������������������������."���������.������������������:"  NASON   COMPANY  to sell by Auction,     .  ON MONDAY, JUNE 22f 1S7if  the Intorests of the following SharehoMers In tho  Nnson Company, on Antler Creek, for Assessment?  Uue, viz.:  ; JAMK9 D. KAITTING, One Interest.  ; DAVID .3. JENKINS, Oneluterest.  .   I have also been instructed by the Secretary of the  ���������   OPHIR   COMPANY  to sell by Auction on the same date the Interests ot  tlie following Shareholders in tlio Ophir Compiny, on  Lightning Creek, for Assessments due, viz,:.  WM; BOWMAN; Five Interesls.  H, ORToN-;' One Interest;  J PHILIPS, One Interest,  W. McCULI^OCH. One Interest. ;  JOSEPH JOHNS, Ono Interest.:  Unless the amounts due nnd accruing diw on each  Interest are paiii,.and costs, on or. before tin* aiill %%  day of June^ 1874, all the a lores" id Interests will l>������  gold at the Barlterville Auction Rooms.  Terms cash.   No reserve.  GEORGE BYRNES, ,  J el 3 . Aociiunofr,''  Wednesday, July 1,1874  ���������\   first: D AY.        \  SHORTS.  ��������� . i **t Vidzi. 5������l Prite  1. Potato Rac^, 50 yar.la, 6 Sfcurpheys, $7      $2 50-  2. H<fp Race, 60 y:������rds, ,5 :-yi ���������  S. Font Rj,e������', "iOO yards,                    -  lfi     f 6 00  4. 'Sjrck Race,-- ��������� -?-"7 * 'ff?-f  5. FVkit KAC������', 150 yards, V '.-.10 *X  0. Whet-Iha rrow Race (no prompt Ing), ��������� ��������� V.. --  i. Huf*J^e Rici% 100 yaros, 6 Iran.lcs,  3 feet high, ,;.;>,...-:,-   10 _-.->-,..;.,  Hopj Fafeip an <\\Jump, :. 7        ���������  Ft>ot Slice, 100 yar-ifl,: ; ff T 60   ���������  iferhU Race, last nian tori..!.' $2 60,   1.6 ". .    ~-f  Chinamiu's R.ito.   00yards,     / 7 2 6.  TndiiMa I*ac������*, -WO yaris,     :       fff ���������   f' r���������  Boysimd Giris*i Hand leap, ,y:, ff%; .������������������:.'���������.'���������!.<-?'/._  Fnr all'Races^ two enrries or no ince.  Kutrarree fee for 300,150 yards, ata^V Hurdle R������crts  $1.   AH other Sports 50 c-nts. *ixc<*pt Scrubj Indlaii,,  Ohineso, tmd Boys and GirlsVltfces.  __-__������ The Spurts will corametsce at TEN "*cK������ck ������.m.  .<harp'. A sigual ^un will be ftred. AJjaliiio will be  fired at ftoon; .     , ������������������,->  .  DOMINION PURSE. ;V- ��������� >; - -������400,  350 yafds;'-heats, -5 In 5; 26 yards dlsianc"; c;������rryfftg  not less than 90'ibs; Entrance; $25. Titreb ������iitries  ������>r uo lace.! '���������.-.'��������� a. .     -���������",>��������� ..        ������������������ -, f  vBE(^LE!S:PUR3B;  V >   r. ^l^Oy  ������50* yards j. he'a \$ ^\n'Z; -ta' j rani? <; toin'nc". ���������'i ..h������$& hig  not le_s:<nhn* 001 tf������' 'En in nco ^ 10    Wi u ii er of *? l)o>  inInton Purse ba rred; ; Vvro en trios (������r no rticev;: f  HAClC-kACJE,������������������'���������-.;���������'.��������� -   $75,      Ct  50 yaCnls;' 1 ieats,' 2 i n 3; 26 yards il Is ta nce{ 'ta tch  ;.e|ghts.  ^Entrance $5.; Winners of previ<m_������ r������c^8  350  we  barred.  BARKERYILLE PURSE,  S50.  250 yards��������� '��������� eingle: dash;  winn"rs of B^minIon and  Peonhr's   pur_c_ -burred;   Ciiich  weights.    Eutraucd  ^^60.". . ..;.-.;/'.-.  SIWASH RACE.   -   ^   -   -   $15.  11 (F.?r Horses owned by In tlan?,),..   ,  Secondlufrsr, $5..    S.^0. yarls;   heats; 2 In 8;   Ifitn*  ���������nlrifs 4������r tie't-jtbc^; ^I_ Jratds dlstanc; catch weights.  ;   SECOND    DAY.  ITlxursday, July 2,1874.  IIDRSE^crNG.  WILIJAMS CREEK PURSE,   -      ���������   $300  350 yards; lmat������, 3 In 5; 25 yarils distance     En-  trance, $10; carrying not l������i3W than 90 lbs ;  two entries or n<������ race;  il three entries, second iti to savd'  ���������ntrancc fee^  ON MONDAY, JUNE 22,1874, at 12 o'clock  noon, at Barkerville.  I have been instructed by MR. S. A. ROQ-EBS  to sell by Auction on the above date,  FROM GROUSE CREEK STOKE,  Consisting, of  Entrances for th* Stanley D-*rbv Pnne to bo made  before 10p.m. June ?iith, to the "Secretary, Marshal  Bray, Scanlry flute!, Lightning Creek. EnVance.s tor  the ij^liluiUfcj Cisel. Purse to be male before 10 p;ru*  or  And other orUcle* toe* numor.'u. lo inriition.  _^__* tcrin-% at bale.  ���������-���������   '. GEO.  BrHXEg,  ,���������**** Auuiicucer,  LADIES' PURSE.    -   -  ;;50 yards ; heats, 2 iri 3, carrying not less than 90  IDs.; 2$ yufds distance. Gntratice $10, added, ���������  .Winers-of .Dominion and- Williams Creek Purses  -uorroi],, ,T,������yP entries or niliVaco.  ' j'^SCliUB RACE,   ������������������'-   $30.  S50 yards* heats, 2 In 3. Batrance $2 50; three ea-  irles or no race. Whuierd of four principal races  barred...v_Catch vvvfgbts, , -  ''l SIVVASII RACE,   -   -   $I0������  (Horses owned by Indiaos.)  Second horse iu $5;   350 yar Isj three horses to ruh|  heats, 2 ia .; 25 yards distance; citcU weights.  CONSOLATION STAKES.   -   .   $60,  Forb'eat������*n Hvrscs; 350 yards, single dash. Hor.������e<|  having run in Si wash Haves huffed. Enttando $2 5*;  Catch weights.  Entrances for Dominion purse lo bo made before  10 p. m. on Juiih 30th,. to the Secretary, at the TELB-  GKAPH OFFICK, liarkervlllo, to bo opened at N*  CLTNIO'S 8AMQX  Entrances lor Williams Creek Purse to bo made before 10 p.m. July 1st, to tho Secretary, at tho TEIJE'  GKAPd OFF10E5, Barkerville, to be opined at  MASOV & DAIiV^ REoTAUKANT.  Other Entries to be made 16 minutes before start'  ing.  So Jockeying a 1 loved.  ���������AH disputes to be settled by the Patrol Judges.  CHARLES WII^ON, Chairman.  RICHARD Al.ljf.tf, Secretary.  HUGH ROSS, Treaaurer.  Barkerville, Jua������ 6, 18H. Jed  J?_5������_S_  ���������  m  Wm  Yt'4%.  m  Pi$s_iili  HHiiK  ���������  HB  SraiRaB-  _e^r  Wmm  ^m  SB  ���������  m  Wmm:  i  f-ft  mm  s__s  HI  ...  ... *>K'  msr  SSSiSsf  i  '00  ;���������-?������.*  ifsflTv   ��������� \  A-:\A!f. ��������� ,  ���������f'l   :ff~  ��������� \ THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATpUDAY, JUNE 20, I87_  fi  m  HI  ���������  ^i_f  ���������  m  |||  sggf  TOTAL LOSS OF THB/MAIL STBAHEE  PRINCE ALFRED^THE PASSENGERS  ALLSAV^D^ ^    /;./.-;,���������.;;; :-.;;;  The public mind was "painfully dishirbeA  yesterday afternoonfbf the rii mbr refceiye&by  telegraph from Quesheldf the loss ofthe mail  steimer Prince Alfred, and it was not Until  late in the evening that the anxiety was re*  lieved by the authentic announcement of the  loss ofthe vessel; with the glad news that all  on heard were saved. Following is;the telegram sent from Clinton I ; . t ff-  ���������'" The steamer Prince Alfred went ashore  en last down trip, six miles north.;*}(���������vSan  Francisco." PsBfengms and mailsYaved/'Ves-  sei and cargo a total loss.'?  -���������-���������-������������������-  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  SBtohuc  CONKLIN' OUIiCH.    ;, i  H The Ferguson co.. up to Thursday noon,  H had 59 02., and expect over 100 for the week.  11 $n new developments yet made by the com-  ||i panies prospecting.  B| tlQHTNt^ CilRRK. /'    ../  S Point co. running alumd with their drive;  git will take them some little time to get in.  Utlne ground being wet audhavins* to run  ��������� through a cave. Spruce co. have re laid their  Hfkutui and are now repairing their pump in  W the upper shaft preparatory to starting; will  gibe realy by first of next week. Van Winkle  1111 "CO- turn ing" the creek on the other side so that  S_������the. water will not run over the channel; are  wmalso working below running their drain drive  Sfiahead V quite wet in the face. Pioneer co.  ������|(atvasGpat Riuvch) are io with their incline.  ^teand See gold in the face) have laid boxes and  if������������are washing the dirt.; this will be/a good  flnfil'iittl'Vimler the supervision of Mr Gannon.  ���������raPlto Is working Very economically; in .the  SKopB of having one of the best bench claims  MsSn'-Ltghtnihg Little Ophir co.> at tlie taoiitli  llpibf Van Winkle creeks about thrbngh ground  iMBluici'ngvj will commence washingnpbn-Mon  |l||day. Victoria en. about through, re-laying  wtheir flume.;,-' th*��������� 'shaft of Jhe wheel;is, no*  fVlone ;/��������� d'nrt think they will be able to coni-  pumping out for two weeks[.yet. Van  Hsmiver co. repairing their flume and ditch :  */here tbe.ditCft has caved/ are cribbing; it.  s*k&:'.$$$ j������b;;; wjll;:tt;rr������Mi_r/neXtTvi$e%  min cuniin e n ce p nin p i rt g ouf.���������'���������; _?u(can co. bav^-  flf finished ovurlmuI ing their machinery 5 Washed  i the di rt taken o������{ t of the bottom r of their  ���������shafti and got 8i ojs. very fins^ gold, which  jgph'.ws lhe_) are not on the main lead buthave  w;i)Or far to drive to getit. Sawa.i!!-Oost-������!l.'v  Rival to chnuge leathers io their purnp. and ihe  mw-iter r*������s" so hierb they havenot been able to  jgiget it out sufficiently to sink any this week;  H-have some six ur seven feet deeper to sink  |B|Vfnre starting out With a drive \ Tf>Q^ an'b  Mhard. which makes sinking slow. Sndwdon  Hco.. n������ar the month of ChtshoVm. are down  Kwith iheir shaft 14? feet and have struck what  wthey su ppoee soft bed rock, so soft and mUsbey  iptliat some of lhe company think it is not bed  Brock at all; will sink deeper before opening  jjlont; have not done much this week, the  Sw:iter being too strong for their small pump.  gand they had to put a larger one Sh ; will.  Htommence sinking again on Monday. Eleven  Iio? England co. ftmnlng ahead with their  Spil-rac* preparatory to sinking a new  ������_hflft. Clarke cov think of starting after thn  ^holidays to sink a new shaft, which they think  Jkthey can do without putting up machinery.  Sfor when the other claims are pumping it  ]keepi the water out of their ground.  COUNTY COURT.  [Before H. M. BAii, Esq., and a Jury. 1  wm.  ��������� If Mosdat, Jniie 15,  R. P* T. LSAcet vs. N. Ci)Nib.--Action for  $230 for-two months" wages for wrongful dismissal and for board and lodging.  On behalf of the plaintiff, a written agreement wasproduced, by which piaiutiff agreed  to malt" and brew for defendant, and by which  defendant promised to pay therefor $115 per  month and board and lodging. The ehgage-  tiient to be determined by a month*s noticed  Mr Park, for plaintiff, drew attention that  the agreement was signed in May of this year.  and claimed that his client had been wrongs  fully dismissed during that month. That the  plaintiff was therefore entitled to wages for  the month of. May, and also wages for the  month for whfoh notice should have been  given, and for board and lodging during those  periods.  The plaintiff stated that before the determination of the first month the defendant told  him that <another brewer (T.-Laver-y)' would  be employed to take charge of the brewery;  j that plaintiff thereupon said he was employed  to lake charge of the brewery, and that he  wmld not work under any one; that he was  offered a month's wages, which he declined;  and that he then left the defendant's service,  considering Jie had been discharged.   ,  'Robert Lipsett and Frank Caller were  called . and gave evidence to show that the  beer brewed by the plaintiff was a fair article.  On be hal f of the de fen d an ty M r Da v ie s tated  "fits cliettt had employed aUother brewer to  Superintend the brewing, but had not discharged the pi atnt i Cf. Th ia had 'b een d on e i n  consequence of the beer brewed by plaintiff  having been in several instances returned to  <iefendaut on account of its bad cpiality; "That  before; the fi rat m 0 n I h e f p 1 ai n tiff's engage  ih'eiit bad expired, the/defendant told plaintiff  of the defendant's intention to employ another  bre wer, aud th at d efend act. had 0 ffe re d pi ai ri-  tiff a month's wages if he chose lo Cancel the/  engagement*^but if he insisred on his two  .moiilbs', wages he was to go on mal ting and  brewing under the superintendence of Lav ���������  ery. . That the plaintiff then reluse;d.lo goito  work. a������though 1 hej defehu\iut-:distinctly told  him he. was not discharged. ���������  f The defendant and A. Iloftmah /substantiated the ab o ve statement.-; Harry; Wil in 01  proved th nt h e had b roiigh t- back to ur kegs of  beer to Bkrkerville froui Li������h\n)ri^ creek, the  beer^eing; unsaleab I.S-I La very, nls������) gay.  evidence of (he bad-qnaliiy.,6f il.e..beer. . .  ��������� Iii conclusion, the -dei*enclant's counsel  p oi n ted o 111 th a t" the. agree men (_��������� d id iio t en *  gage the pTtti. 1 tip* to tn k*i Vic 1 Vi si Ve cbfi rKie/ 61  the,brewing department j .*��������� that in placing a  hew hand iu charge the defendant was exercising a business-like . discretion, consistent  with the agreement, and that the plaintiff had  voluntarily left the,.service;,of the defendant  before one month's service had expired, and  theiefore was not entitled to anything..  After au impartial summing up from the  Judjre. the Jury returned a verdict /or the  ^k'teVidaiit,  go away j that he then told Mr Neufelder of  this./'., ..    ���������;,.;.  The evidence pt Frederick Nason. a child  of tender years, who was in the store at the  time, was not received; the child-^althongh  v 3ry in telligent-rnot appearihg to Tally understand t he responsibility of an oath.  Chief Constable .Lindsay stated he had  searched the prisoner's .house the day after  the theft, but h ad fo iind no thing | th ree days  afterY searched it again, and among the ashes  of a stoye in the bouse found certain pieces  (produced) which be believed to be the burnt  [remnants of the solfeB of shch-a pair of ovei-  shoes. as those described: by Mr Neufelder.  the uppers of cloth and the soles of crossed  India rubber. /  The; Judge, then summed up, pointing out  the direct evidence of the Chinaman, which  if true proved the/(guilt pi' the prl|oner. It  wa3 corroborated by the evidence of Mr Neufelder as to'the prisoner not stopping when  called, but increasing/his, pace and denying  bis having been in the house. The evidence  of Lindsay was also important if they (the  Jury) belie ved. the pieces he produced were  the burnt remnants of the overshoes.  A JurymaQ���������Gum boots are often used for  kindling.  'The learned Judge ,then read his notes,  commenting from time to time upon the important joints impartially but also justly..  The Jury retired, and in the Course of half  an hour returned a written verdict;of '4 Not  Gl���������FLTY,', upqu the ground that they discredited the evinence qf the Cbiaamau.  '���������   '     ' " : RKOINA ^3, Att/SCTfc  The prisoner / pleaded guilty to/^ escaping  from jail, ff"���������. ..'.''���������  It appeared he had been charged in the  principal; accusal ioh with --/larceny,-^ttd.rqb-  bery with violenCe,and that although the witnesses had absconded in those cases, the evidence in them on the depositions made out  was bound by the aptiou of a majority of the  company.    ."'���������'-;���������'.;  On behalf of respondent ttr Pari, argued  that the mortgage to fcd'psett being in priority  to that of Nason's ga"ve Lipsett an absolutd  right to l-12th of;ihe>ngine, free from partnership liabilities; As to enforcing theni  a������ains.t Whearty 0r his intere3ty the/company  could do So by carrying but the process of  section (J of the MIning Act of is^ by noticd  and sale of the debtor?s interest. That not  having done this they left Whearty at liberty  tb;dispose of his interest.//fie/ aUo asserted  that Whearty \Was not indebted at the time pt  his mortgage, and that thd Engine was'paid  for.- yy     r  ��������� ��������� ������������������:     ��������� .  Counsel for appellant theft! replied;; ";;; ���������.  M r Jiisf ice (Jray gave judgment on Friday,  when after careful ly/narrating the^ '  said he must take them from the nbtes pf evidence of the County Court Jud^Q. fbr be was  bound by theraV The main point in dispute  Was whether a shareholder in any rttinin^  partnership collld by tfansfeif ing liis In teres c  effectually divefet tt from partnership, pbliga-^  tions. The law seemed to him clear that; tbi*  could not be^^dotW.; One atlthbrityv.teferred  toin a^pellaat 5 argitinent showed this. Is  was where ah eXeciitiou was levied agains.  the property of one of several partners, under;  Which his int._est in the partnership was taken  in execution, While this executiou was in  process a seCotul AMo; against/, the firm wad '���������  levied, when the first eScecution creditor with-.  drew without pr.jnilir_e to hlar riglits. . It was  .held/that tbe execution against the firm was  first entitled to the assets, and that the first;  execution creditor cijiild not maintain an action except in resp^t pt an ascertained surplus coming after the taking of partnership  accounts and payment of partnership liabil.  [ties. In this case, according to the evidea'co.  Whearty Was indebted to Ihe Company when  he gave the mortgage to Lipsett. and the company had not then paid for the eugine. Tti  say that Under such circumstances one of tbe  prima facie a serious case against the: prisoner;  ttohe ^,^P^ :J������s.t 'J^wlJffft1?*^. partners could transfer an ,b.oltite interest iu  sizes, and that he bad made attempts to escape ^ eng]nQ fm from ���������pj,rt,n>It_bipTtabilities  Bmftft bis te-firrpAh -   ������������������ ^ incorrect.   PartderShip creditors have *  SUPREME cOUitiV  (Before Mr Justice Gbat.)-  since his re-arreSt.  His'lordship hai?iBg pointed but these factB  an d, com men ting on the good treatment of the;  prisoner by / the Jailer, sentenced him to 12  months' imprrsooment A������th hard,labor.'-a  . ��������� : -' .. ^HKciixA vs?aU ka. : ���������_'; tf  charged- wittr' receiving stolen property;f On  the application'of Mr Davie, the prisoner was  remanded to the next assises en account of  the absence -of-a/material witness. Bonds" by;  ?sureties we're given for the>ppearance of the  prisouer at; tlie next Assises. . ��������� .       . .f>' - i. -  ..." '. f^j '.:.{.'������������������ Thursday. June 18.-  IVIbacham _b-.NASON, Appellants, vs.- Robt.  t_ rrs Krr, Resp nndent.-��������� A ppeal from/ the; de-  cision of the County Court at Richfield.  Mr Barnstott, lor appellants, stated the  facts, viz.: That in September, 1872, 'Patrick  Whearty. a member of the Black Bull co., had  mortgaged to responnent lii2th share of a  steam-engine, the property of the company,  the engine then being at Yale. That subsequently a majority of the company (Whearty  not.included) ..mortgaged the Whole of the  company property to appellants to secure a  right to the payment of their- debts "out of  partnership property in preference to private ���������  creditors.   If the case were other mm, uo one  w/oii Id g: ve cred i t to the p ar trie rah i p. ��������� As re -  gil;ds the risht given by the 'Mininst Act of  f872,8ection 8, it 13 cumnlaiiye. and does not  take away ,oth^r nghts."or. free'" Whearty's  property from she responsibilities tbe law imposed on it.- It wasaUo to*b'e."observed thai.  the Engine was riot a part of the ��������� claim. ,��������� U  waEf never en the claim, but was^at Vale wb'exl  taken by Nason. -;���������'.  ; "We have not space to give at length the  decision of the lerned Judge, which was full  and clean His judgment was that the decision  of the Court below be reversed with, costs.   ��������� .  . Auc rioN' Saw..���������Atte'iitlon is called to the  auction sale on Monday of Mr Rogers' Grouse  Greek stock of Groceries, Clotbingj Itard*  ware.ic. The goods are of the best quality.,  and will be s,old at Barkerville by MrGeot'ge  Byrnes, anctioneerjott Monday neXt, Juhe22i  This Exptes will, arrive this mornfrifr.~  f'XM Ma Jostu-B GraY. .accompanied by Mr  ^SPool^y, Registrar of lhe Supreme Court, and  ^AAlr Dav\f% who acted for tbe Crnwn at the Ar-  ^Ssi^fis, arrived in Barkerville last Saturday.  IjjMlz \s with pleasure we are able' to Btate that  |f|������Mr Justice Gray, who now visits the upper  ^Sft(mntry for the nrst time, has during the short  g^p^riud he had been among us, gained the ������s*  ^gl'^m of alh His thorough- application-- to  iHs^ CaHt-9 wefore him, and his strict Impartial-  ^gity. demonstrate his possession of those qual-  ^jHies bo essential to the' Judicial office, and  llll'hert* is no doubt that in his handB the repUta-  ������|glioU for meting out justice which this country  ^Shfts obtained in the past will be sustained.  11|! AcciDKNT���������An accident occurred last week  lH'n Salt Spring:claim, Grouse ������reek, by which  ������������fuoseph Pascoeand a Ch.namen wereseriouslj  Injured.   A heavy timber fell across Pascoe's  WBDNKsnAY, June 17.  HiR honor Justice Gray opened the Sir  preme Court at Richfield at 11 a m. on Wed  nesday. The Tollowiup; persons were sworn  in as Grand Jurors:���������J. C. Beedy (foreman).  G. M. Morris. Hugh R ������ss, John Goodson. W.  Neufelder. Jos. Ma^on, Robt, Lipsett.." I." B.  Nason. I. Fisher, Bcnj. Edwards. John Monro.  Jas. Elder, T, R. Pnttullo. and Benj. Healey.  Mr liavie appeared on behalf ot theCtown,  The Qfrand Jury returned a true bill iu  Regina v%. Matthews for larceny, and Regin*  vs.,Ah Suit for escaping from jail; Indict  ments against Ah Suit for larceny and robbery  were thrown out, the witnesses having ab  sconded. A true bill was found against Ah  Ita for receiving two bank notes, the proper'y  of Robert Lipsett, knowing tbem to be stolen  HEGINA VS. MATTHKWS.  Mr Neufelder stated the prisoner came in to  his store in Barkerville and bought some via  ecrar, and that in conseqnotice of information  given to him (Neufelder) by his Chinaman.  that Matthews had abstracted a pair of overshoes he hal followed Matthews out of the  Ktore and called out to him within heating  distance to stop ; that the prisoner paid no  attention, but quickened his pace ; that the  ...,.������icu, i% uenvy .imoer reu across rascoes ~ruoner went into his house and carne out  back, bruising him and inflicting internal in- * 1 standing in the door when he (Ncn-  |iurie������, and the Chinaman was seriously in- A. \ cam0 a������ . that witness then accused  |ur f\ It took thr^e met. to lift the log off Liaoner 0f the theft, Who denied it. and also  pascee. denied having been into his (the prisoner's)  I Kurtz & Ikm Co.-A telegram has been house. Mr Neufelder stated that be counted  |������ceived from Victoria this week by Mr Wm. the cas& of overshoes aud miss.u a pan 01  porriat stating that Mr Hirst, one of   the them. , ���������    . . , , , xtt(io ,n  IDirectors of the Kurtz and Lane Company.     Ah Lock (������ Cinnaman) stated ho was  pill leave Sao Francisco for Barkerville by  Neufelder's employ, and that on the oMnroni  |he next mail steamer, and that on bis arrival in question he saw the prisoner take a pair c  ifcsre work will be vigorously resumed. shuesfrom the store.put them in hissnuirot  he proceeds, Wliich he did, crediting the company with the purchase money, some $3000.  The respondent in the County Court sued the  appellants for the principal and interest due  00 the Whearty mortgage, claiming that as  the appellants had received the "purchase  money of the engine they were liable to the  extent of M2th thereof, that being Wbearly's  share in the engine, or the proceeds of the  sale of it, and which share the respondent  claimed had absolutely passed to him.  It also appeared from the notes vf evidence  of the County Court Judge, tbat Whearty  owed $379 to the company at the time of the  mortgage to Lipsett, and tbat the company  was then In debt and the engine not paid for.  Judgment for Lipsett had been given in the  County Court, and from that deciaion tbe  present appeal was taken. ,   ,  jftMr Davie, al& for the appellants, contended  under these circumstances that Whearty could  not transfer to-Lipsett by the mortgage a  greater interest than Whearty himself possessed. That interest was not, as respondent  contended an absolute one, but was qualified  ���������was subject to partnership accounts and  partnership liabilities. That a partner selling  out sold not a particular portion of the prop  erty but bis interest in It, and that depended  on the state of his account with the partnership and what was owed to partnership creditors. In othef words, that company creditors  were entitled to be paid out of partnership  assets in priority to the creditors of any individual member) so that independently of Mason's mortgage, he being a company creditor  was entitled to retain the assets which had  come to his hands, and which had not fully  paid the debt due to him, as against Lipsett,  who at best was a creditor of only an individual shareholder. He also con tedded that  Lipsett being the assignee of U shareholder1   i^.^o  . The Wires were down from fiohday Up to  Friday afternoon between SodaCteek ahii  Clinton.- The line is working so badly, bow-  ever, on account of heavy rains, lightning  and thunder Storms; that the operatbr was un*  able to get a news report through.  The Steam-ir Victoria.���������This steamergis  now making regular trips between' Quesnelmouth and Soda Creek, leaving the forme 1!  place on Sundays and the latter on Thursdays. The steamer is now'under tlie control  of Mr A. S. Bates.     ; "  The attention of the Road Supevintetjietiti  is called to the communication^on^pur flrsb  page commenting on the bacf state of the  Keitbley creek trail.'  Dentistry.���������Teeth .fijled sattsfactofilf and  Boaled with care. Persons designs of preserving their teeth will.do well travail them*  selves of Dr. Chipp's services,  Conkun Gw,r_U.~-One half of the Cota  claim, Conklin cnlch. was sold this week by  the owner, Mr Wm, Hough, for $3,600 caslh  This is considered a very low figure.  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f!o.;C;Mr/ Xj:l1 *;y; t<^,, I Jr e.; Hon j i\i r .iiJe<L. oJ.tiios.
W1 th: ty fiTcnce to .ifcc pro p'os^l: Ho rpi.ni.nii a hi.
;to wn id 3, tiia / cd,n'J? j niciipIn o tt Qiav ijigj -Ro 'ck-
;at ,fc.quiiuiil t. [ whici^��iu^r//hayinf.- been.,- ib i_:.
lanl/vyafj o 1.11i 11<;��l; iij illc\ i>ii^ii^i^<^d ao?;r��spnn��V
quee, p&Xdb ef{ Tr\*A\\ e-*t eg islatl \>p- As*eBi|jl y)
is herewitii \ynhlashed for41 fwryd, 1 nAorukUuit.
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fi.ff'lrf T.pi;\.X,, :i- .'..-Proyiucial,^"ecretarv.. v
fCo?vT\y i"f-ViJ'fr ������':'���'/;/ -\'iV"'
Di. ah ' Si it.-- V��'ith referen ee tot he enn v<t-
satioirlii'ad vritiT-y?jii, Wp^ciins.U'j' '-Hnriiitj '
ion''"aid towards tin* Graving Dock, find \U\-,v
application to fcl.o Minister of 'l'uhlic-Work*
1 i p 0 n' tb e su l>j 0 c t," lb a ve: consult ed i a y ml*
lengwes, and'vvO are pn-pnivd V> Fnixni. to
rarliament a proposition to the fuitovviny
effect :'��� '* "���** ���
T h at i n 11 e ii 0A J h din I v re? ton .��10 0: WD for
t pii yea rs, wh i eli wna secu refl V) y i.i 1 e ���' I' w��_ I f Ui
S��� ��� c 1 ioi 1'6f * 11 i' <'>��������!'*��' i[' {*imnc'' $ '-,lty ,[s!;
,is7 D, ��� \v�� p ropbse that a tivanenV"hh 0u1��l ��� ��� b e
made-to you from time'to tho*?; iipwii jjftrtifi-
.eatea of t'b*���projjreps of the- work, nut oivthe
whole to exceed ^50,000 sterling.
:';': ���  -'������'��� ������;! Ij^ve.-itCj
,     ;��� : s(Sijro��lj   S. ^- TILLEY.
The Hon. Mi* DwOos.vios, M.P., ;
���"������it".  '  .    Ottawa'.    ��������� 01\~ ;��()
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In tfee' matfer of Ih��"'  ?&"��.*�������� and E.Tee 1 ff 0f
EDWARD; H. Kf.MMAI.T,..decflsL^d."
A LI. ^ERSOKB V7HO' AK^'IOTiEBTEi)'!
'.__.    to llsO.. uhov.' ;iC,M.;>!i- ;��]���<:  r--<'(tii)vM   Ui   \v;y MV-U
���   - \//-\. NOT ICE/.
A LL PEKSOj^S INDSBTICD 3?YFTTHKR | Amounts do^ lv.rtl.Vi1!��:;-��iKl��� ��N ����
A    K< X ��k ��� Acwni n t or No lo  tt; A   r RXHO M_, f ��� r;! r, ny clu i m�� apaiu s t
licrobv roqnf.str-fl tu scltli! iln-siuno hefev;! I Iii' nil.sT
fUV OF-AVtfjJ&T KEX.V.   II" not: seltloil  hy thttt
date thev will be placoU ifi thc Ourt i'or. t>.*ii\* rj.iimi ,
?      J A. I'K^DOfiA..
BHrkcrvJli0, Jun" f", 15 W.
J y
ssiiti in   Hi*ir ."trc'.iuns.  *.aly j.-r*.
tii. 1st thiv nl' July', l-STI, to
Dut-J:. \"Alut[% If. \yff.'<f.
���,iti_HS   \l'liii   Jii.iv'p
iti'i! n rj^i/'i.'d  in
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:. rooLEY.
OlJl_MGMs;iIilMISIEATIO"l
fYf-:gllg^fMW$XXf
'. The;atumfiohfrsf! -a \\ Electors: in-'ti to I*roj
vince.���wh,oj��e,-n'nin��'!* hqw'a'ppeavoilHW^re'yftvUi
one' UVS*^I1*1 **��� ]iiiQA' -'"��� ^;f'���' ^**"* ,T*11*1 o^ing '���$#��'���
r iii _iI (}i -t li e a t�� fi ve * A ci t, -V i ?;., 17 "k h'fl Is H.-' ^H c b
t:il\�� away frouksneh Electors^ tbV</ r'pltt "tfO
vp?i 11 e;.: a nd. pv 1,1 vii*t e. a; pen li:I iy >jn; ;t!iiise'.;\v lu��
vVj t e i f I h e i r; nit m es a p pearj dif ni 0 re 'Cli a if b U e
Kc'gistur/   ��� t.      " '��� *AfiA-A>
By coinmand." -        ���
i'y i-ff.. ^:-:^rpnir.ASH...
' Provincht SecretnryVOnke,
,.. ,;, ApriM7,.rfe74. .;/:;.: A.ffi     ��� ':.������/,
-Si Any"person"-\vho'pe' -name Is on the R*��cis-
y tt*r of :\'6lers of hvuur nJore;fii"tectnral l%%-
���s tl' iefs. w li 0, \ hVe e in n ?��.1 lis,, aft er th �� *-pa f=?i n _:
*t of te A eh shall: perm it hifl.ianiu'tft reinuin
1' on u 1 < fi'�� th a n 0 ne . Register.' 9b a-l l':- j'-Iw.* e - u 0
��� * ri jr hi to v o t e a t a��1 y V Section of la -M�� 1 n,b t rrrt o,
��� * %#r ve in 111 e I H'gisl a ti v t��- A Ffe e. rn ���". 1 y.;^ ��� nnd *i I
���' si Kdv 'iiers an. a II ��r 1. t h e _t��__ fi \n\\\ op- 0 [ / suoj 1
������ three months,\sha 11 v*He whiU��.:tus uaui^ re;.
** ntAinfl otr the KegUt^r .oi-more than, one
;: Electoral ���Disirictr ho -shall .he/lta^lo t/J it
���4 p en a I ty of fi fty 4 o liars, .to be'-. recftv eve 4. i n a
���; -m 1 in\ ii u ry ; vv; ty ��� ��� b t; 10 re.' ni iy ���, J11 si ice < '< > f.: ,tl 1 e.
:' IN*ace, mul in default of pnymeiit ihereor.
'- shttll be imprir<on��d. for any unm not ex-
" eroding oue inoitth. y t ��� ,.
"18.  No  person  whnse name is'nn   the
u- Register of Voiors for an electoral '.i)i?irii.i
���: fslm.'U send in h's chnm lu votn in uny oilier
"' El c c 10 in I i) btr i c t, t n 11 i 1. 110 sh ii i 1 ha ve ca u^ed
''.ids  n<iiiiy  to lie reiuoyed Horn such -I'���:*.!��
1 ��� u:r; and j{any |>ei-son- sh��11 nct conirury l<��I
*'vUi^'pruv;s'i>u^ of lids scot inn. ht_ shall for J
���' feit and.pay a.suin id mone'v,not exceed!n__
���:.'. (iif-y dollai-s, to  be recovered  before any
,;'Jnslice .of���'the lVnee..or in dehtu!l,of- jmy-
if merit thereof shall* be im prisoned, for uny
���* telih not exceeding one month.0 ffff: ��� .-
vnv'.l
El(".C'ihra;] J)lstLifet"0f/:0ivim.>>>o:-��� Kvol^fj|^iVl Puii:
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NEW WAY:-SIOE HOUSE
/NEAR' FOUf ..VU'-XANDRIA.
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: 'yifpffyf'%Jih;Apnrr;>fy;;-f';;/;;! ,/,,
-; ��� His EieMleriby tlie; T^rutenaHttO^Kern^i'..
ui" 'teiyieli "luVs"Xs .ill'/f*i't-J-W^'J ��� to'���. au'jfourt ,/dsft.
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Tils . J>Xc-e111,.n*cv i'Xho / iiii-; 1 lie 1)ail I Go vi. riik
?has he'eu phn^eu' IV> ap|ioinL 3*mi,, U.\tm^
Env'^i.J.! ��?<{���/ to Any Ooronrr Un' tj..}j. / j.urtija.
11 f 11 lo'Cais* a r Go u n't ty ud j I. <j u n t. to iiiif Stic li c����
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: *Pi'Ovilie)��� 1 r Seer_**farv'��' flfllce, .
; ;';.;; "" %\ April, i��rjL /;r /.;
, The Lieutcn^tnlfaovernor in .Cnnncil M
l>eeti plea��t,al to. appoiitt the. Hon. J'rovincii1'
Sec 1 e ta r y. to I w j i\ I i n i s t er of. M i n ������ h ..��__ re ea h h
to l.ho..pro,vd*iooi^ of;,t'io�� v. Mii.iijil.cr, ol, Min*=
;\fti...i87i.r*..-\y" 2ftf _n_ _; ii??:?!..
;   ; BR!TiSH;t 'cbt^ksi'A "    '
���mmwmxm -ummrti. Givm; thai inn
-1 ��� - Ex do 116 n c V   the-; Gove r ri o r G (* n e rai ''it*
("'���"���at".
Uoun'eil ha.s been ph?5,sed, hy  and -with iw
:id-vice of lite Privy Council, -to disailotv IJ'j*
A <i t pm se 11 on th n *2 la I1 day 6 f Eeb r u u 1% iffl*
nt.itnled as follows, ���vij..':"    -!   '    -
���' An Act to authorise one Justice of ti|y
I'eace; lo do.any act. matter, or thing hereto-
I'orf j to be d 0 mi .1? | two Jus ti ces .01 lire Po iic�� <
and to giv��^h appeal to Courts oh,General
0v Qu arl vr. Sos.-i0 oh." *
DaUidlSlh April,.1874.
li.v euMiinund. ,
JOHN ASH,
.iy'1') ProvinciiU Sccrctnrr,
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