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 bS^IS^  CARIBOO ASSIZES.  (Bofoitf tlie Hon. *ltfr. Justico13egbt������. J,^,j,  Xfr" P.i Tiwsday, 20^une, 1865,  m The= Judge entered -theCourt; accompanied  llm?0���������>^  Hi^ Bio;; ^!%>utr^  iHffl.rbf clock.fl' Wa lordship -having teten bus  %m*% business was /proceeded with by; the Reg-  ar reading Ijbe Queen's Commission.   The  towing1 genl&emeri^  wered 'tQ-"'flieif nanies; were"fkworn' lipon  Grand, Jmyf-y^-'if^ m.'ff:f  F^bdiriok PEARKSBp Esq., J!memm-fA  mm  mr  f.  liam Wilson,  .Brouse,        v  id Oppenheimer,  fficdion,- -������������������;---  ?l Jjftwinnerton, ��������� [fy  ipDivine,. ...  ''XT...  John VoAm/erei f X  Charles, Hanlrin,/  John Brumleyv X.  J."^'Sfeele.���������'--������������������ ���������& ,  -DiiffV^ftild  tie  Grand Jury.  f|; congratulated ithera:: oil the absence of  "' f e which the, calendar dekio ted. ���������/; Only one  .trial case would" come before them, and  fit rightly belonged to 1364*-:/Not:ft'eingle  le of crime to call fp| itiyesti^atibii at time  t ^. _^izes had been - committif in this/district  SRwbe last year,.,.which hla lordship said was  |||Moa<; creditable to the mass of the people'who  , l^^^p^ engage;d ;iu mining pursuits here.    The  ?��������� ^i^Mbif together.of .the. Grand Jury': was'-as he*  i^sary when the jail was empty as wheri it  V/waslull, inasmuch as the duty devolved upon;  ��������� /^  ^^n^bsence of crime waa real, pt arose from  wf f ;������������s|heglec t of/.'the,. 'Magistrate;:; aiid, <- Polioe|to  '/ ferret it out.    It was their duty to point Out  ���������Iff ^������^^inals,>ofthftt'.ifcte Magistrate and Police  4{p*������_pit follow them <*ip and bririgf them * to jub-  S^fflp.^ . As tribunes^pf the~people it was- their  1 ^||y to "f rotebt innocent persons, from useless  /: J prosecutions, ba.. as guardians of th������ public  ': 1|latkrests,they| bad a duty to .perform in -pro-  , i&o&hg society as well. His lordship conclud-  ?$d?a lucid and forcible charge by instructing  ^Bffiury; as to 4b^ir/parScular... duty.in finding  -':fjj$u.i������ of indictment,,- m& especially with re-  SS^I^i^-^0^^^1**1* Felker.5 . He animadvert*'  *   ed/^? the fact of-tte ^depositions in the case  ^v* being forthcoming, which seriously incon-  ���������::|p^fii^nced him. ,r.. His :lor*fihigrftttrib  J.ft?|SB^l|;t6the cbW^/iri the magistracy during  ^Sill^iast'year. -' fX-fi-"-  | X; Tmro being no Grand Jury room attached  ^oj-tfi^Court, the Judge vacated the bench  ;-:I|^i^iSft: the Court House ��������� for the Jury to -.car-.  :;;������|������||fppheir deliberations' in. --//.;-.,-": ������������������ ^-f^  :"fff       ^IKPICTMENTS AGAINHT FgLKKR.' '   %  I ' -fikthe re-openingof theCourtthe foreraaii  ^^jSpBsfd' that.twelve w-.-iko. jury: had not-agreed  ^/\t^'$ finding; they were agreed that a more _e|  'f- Vipud crime than consmoiH assault", bad' be&ri  II u^^mittedj but did not think it amounted to"  ftllS^ to do; grevious bodily  f / ^tto^pu The Judge said they could find b il Is  ^f^^^gcuttinf and wounding." .The jury there-  '^;'||^unanimously agreed to tliis findings     X  .'���������''-^yftt^l^ac'cused was called bri ib appear or his  ff ^reg^pzaiiceis would be estreated*' On the apf  :;  'PlfS||^n of Sir. Walkem, the case was post-  '��������� ;��������� X: .pbtifctlio allow Fclker time to appear and take  fih&MikL    - :' .���������-...  , 23rd/June.  vs. Henry Felker.���������The accused,  wS>?is a farmer alongside the waggon road,  ;jmirr*?ndered to take his trial for unlawfully  putting and wounding Frederick Bible, since  Vdeceaaod. ���������.,-���������'  . /The following well known and respectable  Tesi&ents of Williams Creek were empansiel-  ^Slasth������ jury to try the case: Messrs. A.  |(Jillp%ellr Alex. McKenzi8, McFarland, Far-  ���������:Jin|Gribble,Tomki������s, Perrin, Hodgings, "Lam  pStt, Toomey, McEntee, aiid Shepherd. ; ':f  fjfMr. Walker, who acted as Crown prosecutor stated the case. He said the cfiarge  llg^nst the prisoner was a serious one^ uri-  il^felinately;. tho party on whom the wounds  ^Bpi|been inflicted would not be in attendance  ?i|||0 -had since passed awajr. It would be  ^proVea in evidence' that an attack had been  ,y|fi4 upon the deceased, and that be bad been  wounded in the ear,, neck, and breast It  would be for the jury to say, after heaping the  evidence, whether tho wounds were inflicted  "byjthe party at the bar. Mr. Walker called  attention to the law of the case, and then  enry Mimerstoffwho was examined���������Knew  ".Bible; lived with him on-Williams Creek  cameviato-the-house*together ^ttey-_ii.S been  quarr^Bihgl Bible called Felker bad names,  anil ioldhlm-to leave the hbusei 'the prisoner  attempted^to; do/so; he first triefl the firoat  doOrlbiit it was fastened, he? then went in.^  to7 the /; back/ roola^ aaj^iiaesa -^tbougbt, to  junip'T out of the window^ he. subsequently  came back to the bed room and again tried to  get out by the door5^ Bible/; had something in  his hand at the time, whiciiTwitness believed;  afterwards Waa a^pick; Bible.and Felker met  I ttear the :dobir, when witness aeord the foraier  shout Vnow Fvegot you;*VBigjCharley sepa-  rated them and afterwards opened the"door  jwhen Felker jwerit out {^fiible went out and  bailed .the' accused bad names;: subsequently,  Bible cameinto thej^ous^and eallodout ttiat  Felker was coming/with a stone in one haad  and a knife in the otbW:;rBible"sbut- /tHe'dodr  and leaned against it and^Charley asaiatedhim  lest Felker' wputd get| iii;''''^^iim1t"i^^6am,  theiy would break the dddr and 'he told Bible  and Charley to open it; they did so and Fe)-*  ker entered; witaess: asked Fellter'f what". be  wanted; receiving no ans^erp He told hinf'to.  ttien;werit������up stairs to the feeet; witiiesa  the irtone aid ^  Bible come into the Jioiise audi was" not out  after;...witness,;.wenii intofAthe back room to  light the4 fire, when he heaid Bible exclaiinj  "Oh! I'm killedI'^wM^tf^  saw Bible lall-down; i^daman-runhi^  whom he believed to fe.������ Felker, but as;he only  sa w his back would -not swear ^positivelj" to  the prisontr- beings the.; person p saw' no other manithere.and could -hove heard the foot-  8t������|)sof ^^aiiy :one coming An at that tinie in the  morninjg; -sent for Dr; Bell;/ who ^me; immediately; never saw the prisoner /until, to-day^  ��������� Crbss-ekaihiried by Mr* Walkem���������Bible was  very violent when^ he was olrun^;;tewas very  atusire to Felker; was not aware Eolkorl  returned fbr'bifcl^  hini wmetlii^bu^ Bible could; npt have gone  outside without witness perceiving him from  tbe other room as he was watcning him all  thfB time. ''���������V^.-j -.-:';. .- .', - :      ::; "  To a Jurpr--Just before Bible was stabbed  heard some bneenter the ou^er room^t did  ftet see the person.  Foreman^-Can you swear thatit was Felker  yoiu saw running oiU of the house after you  heard Bible: exclaim that * be was killed. V,  Wititess---I cannot ^^'0^'AlCi^yAhr  ing more to Bible thaff to the man going out,  / Capi Trevelyan examined���������Remember the  occasion upon which Bible was stabbed; was  sleeping inkthe hoiise on the morning of the  8tb July last; saw Bible enter in company  With Felker;; heard the former say to the latter how dare you insult me in my own house;  saw Bible take up a pick & throw it at Felker;  witness got up, went into the kitchen and told  Big Charley &M Henrique (the last witness)  to put Bible to bed to keep him quiet; witness  was going put about ten minutes subsequent-  Jy and saw Felker returning, thought he was  coming- for his hat; heard afterwards that Bible had been stabbed; Bible committed sui~  oide last winter. .  i   IjTothing material was elicited in the cross-  examination of this witness.  , Dr. Bell examined���������Yim called to seo Bible;  found him wounded with a cut in the ear, a  scratch on the neck, and a wound through the  breast; after the first shock of the wounds  were over there was no danger butfrom erysipelas which supervened from the intemper-  te habits of the patient; the wound in the  reasfc was about half an inch deep and was  ucb a wound as would be inflicted by a sharp  nstrument; attended Bible five weeks.  Cross-examined by Mr. Walkem���������It was  possible for the wound to have been inflicted  by the pick in the hands of Bible himself;  remarked to Bible the day he was injured  that he must have been drunk; from the obstinacy of the wounds would say they were  [ntot inflicted by a very sharp instrument.  "Daniel B. Chigholm examined-���������Was acting  as chief Constable on 8th July last; made a  search for Felker but could not find him; saw  him ion -i__fe creek for several days before the  occurreEiCe; e*aw Bible after he was stabbed;  went to Forks of Quesnel after Felker but  cpuld get ito tidings of him.  'Mr. Laumeister examined.���������Saw Felker  efery day ou the creek before Bible was stabbed, but not afterwards until this spring.  This cloned the case for the prosecution,  when the prisoner's counsel said he had no  witnesses to produce.  Mr* Walker addressed the jury for the  Crown, after which  Mr, Walkem, in an able speech, pointed out'  the weakness of the evidence.    lie said that  his ow/n behalf,  ptobabiiity of  Mr. Walkem suggested the  the bnlfprjunate man Bible  havingfounded Miriself with- the pick, ���������'"He  ealle&Apon the jury ..'to; acquit the prisoner.  The Court ia a most impartial charge summed up the; evidence,���������'������������������]directing"the jury:iii  thet" usual /malane^ktp''giV>e the prisoner the  benefit ^fany^_Wubtthat;might exist in their  h_ihds*-.;>,/^.;/ .;.'}: fff. i,r. Yr t-,f^. ...-'������������������;'  = iTho jury: only took ten miuiites to deliberate! when they brought verdict of "not'guil-  Jtyj^^marking'ot the time il_hat^n^^:fevce of  ithe evidence^tiiere was a'doubt of thei prisbn-  ���������er's guiltand:; therefore they had; given him  ^e^nefltof that^doubL/ ;   if -   : 0?  T^! '^udgei .addressing, Felker���������You; have  narrowlyi escaped,; and Vby ^eans of the yeK  diet bfitb^ jury, which lie; (the,Judge)i could  hp^psii^' ^^  at1:-i;As_*ir as^e^ouldyud^ the verdict wa^  not Reasonable; - and - lie believed .:he hod' the'  ���������right of refusing to accept & yerdi6t whicfr to  his mind was,/^easpnable. . This waa the  first^icase 6? the kind here> anil^ he w'buld'there-  tbrelet^ tiie matter go, :_buti if pn ahy iuture  oocasion a verdict which he; thought uhlreo-  sori^l^^as rendered^ or which he thought  ^a_i*!n>tibbr_ie put by the^ evidence, he woulS  refuse ]ppt re^iye it; and lock -tlie"- jury up unr  til they had come j to a conclusion which be  might conceive' to b^ correct. He would dis-  miss^the J^hatter';; theretcu^, caad: nowtell/ the  prisoner hejwas glad^his cotinBel had not put  ina justification as their pleai. as some men  in !this: iepiony] seemed: to ' take - extraordinary  views of what would justify them iix using  violence. There can be _ip;;A'6ral:^ubt*'pf.  your guilt, and every man in the cpur^nd on  the creek knows it. Such;T-jiPtWqm^Pia that  inflicted,;ponsidering the circumstoces, could  onljr irt jgiven by a ruiSan.: The present prose-,  Wtioirwas awaming from /society against a  recurrence of^such a foul deed. .JNow, as  tl^e is-notd&btof ^  siijinie timeyoii have beeii found by a; Verdict  '���������not' guilty," ��������� you are discharged. I don't  wish to see yon before. me again, therefore,  "Go. and siii no more.,> ���������������������������ff;  summer; between 3  of 8th July last  and4orciockVn Se [unfortunately the accused's lips were sealed,  t, Bible and Felker Un"J ho **m ,shul out fr������m **?m������ a Tl'or(1 l*  APPEALS.  (Beforo the Hon. Mr. Just'ec Begbie.)  Tuesday, 20th June, 1865.  His lordship proceeded to hear the Appeals  from the Gold Commissioner's Court. The first  case called; on was:  Th������e Borealis Mining Cpfy vs. the Watson  Coy.^Mr.: Walker, who appeared along with  Mr. Walkemjfbr the Borealis company; stated  the else,   ^e said that be/applied.on behalf  of: the appeliants to have- the decision of Mr.  Cox, iheifGoramisaioner, set aside, which gave  to the respondents a portion of the ground  belonging tp the Borealis company.    The nature of thejease he would lay before the Court  in a few'wptdsV  'The Borealis company ori-  ginally,'recorded-in 1863 and subsequently in  1864 a hill claim .at tha back of the Aurora  company*"s ground.    In order to have the  boundaries of the claim distinctly laid down,  the  Boifealis company  brought oa action  against thoAurora company in June, 1864, in  the Supreme Court, to compel the latter to  mark out their lines.    The result of that action was that tlie Aurora company's claim* was  marked out, and the base line of the Aurora  was directed by his lordship to be taken aa the  base line of the Borealis, the latter to get all  the ground formerly held by the Aurora.  There was .110 dispute after this about the  boundaries; The Borealis then went to work  in their tuhriel, and continued to legally represent their ground up to the time the claims  were laid over; in fact held undisputed possession of it.    ;Li the spring of the present  year the Borealis company heard that the  Watson company had been working a considerable portion of their ground.   The Watson  company, had previously looked about for a  title to the ground, for he (Mr, W.) found that  on the 20th.of January last Allan, Trelevan,  Mclritire, Murdock, arid Drake, members of  the Watson company, had jumped -460 feet,  or 4 1-2 claims, of the ground held by the  Borealis; coy, and were holding it under- the  title of the fellers Lea company.   On the 21st  of January, the day after they had recorded  it, tho same parties sold their interest to James  Symmingtonj in trustfor the Watson company.  At a later period, on the 27th April, Simpson,  Murdock, Trelevan, and Mclntire jumped 400  feet more of the Borealis ground and had it  recorded; it was to consist of 4 hill claims,  commencing at back of Watson company* and  to be known as the Dauntless company* These  same parties, on the 28th April, transferred by  bill of sale their interest to the Watson company,  been in }  (record of JunCi, 1864; put in).   :When; th������  boundary of the Aurora ; company^ .ground  was:demied by^his/lordship, '��������� and^ the- order  giveni the Borealis: company/jwere toThave .gs.  their base line'that of the A^  to; the^sum__lit::pf the hill;;'\^With!,jt*peo>%  any difficulty about stakes, Hh������learned; coun-;  |sel said that the Legislature in its wisdom had  Imade it urihecessrdy for Hill claims to stake off  itheir'grwmdr ��������� ifr. Walker said in conclusion  he would^show that the Borealis cpmpanjr  were in' -possession : in the fall of-1864, and;  that in dead of winter the Watson companT  had worked the ground, after which they had  recorded it.first in January and a second time  in April.    He urged his lordship to give the  Ellers Lea and Dauntless gentlemen their de:  seirts by reversing the decision of the Com-  niissionier.  '���������;."';Mr.' P. E. Devine was then examined by Mr-  Walker.���������He said he was a member,of the  Borealis company when the ground was taken ���������  up in October, 1863; remembered action be-;  t'ween Borealis and Aurora in June last, the  lines of bpth^ companies werejthen^  (Mr; De vin e' pofntecf out tho' boundary stak os  on a map which was produced); had no no-  ticehntil he came up this spring that any one  &d claimed the Borealis ground; remembered an action beiweeri the Watson and Aurora  companies in 1863,* the former claimed th* :  tunnel ground, but the Aurora won tho suit;:  ,Mr. Dewdney after that marked out the.WnV.  son claim, which was 100 feet iutojhe h;.ll;:  'the claim was recorded after this^iiit; tho  Biorealis company expended last season over  $2000 to work their ground according to law;  ;tbe claim was represented up to the time all  claims were laid ovef;  on coming up this  spring found the Watson company had-jump-,  ed the Borealis ground, and. saw their stakes  marking it out; the Watson company wer*.  allowed bv the court in 1803 100 feet running  into the hill. ��������� _ .,".'.  ; ::Cross-cxamined by,Mr, Robertson, who appeared for respondents.���������In reply witness said  he pre-empttnl for the Borealis in 1863; claimed all the ground not recorded for the Aurora;  the Borealis claim consisted of 1400 feetf ...t\  judge���������Mr. Robertson, have you ever seen  adumpbox?-  Mr. Robertson���������Yes, my lord.  Judge^-rTheu, looking at the map, I can  only liken the Aurora company to a; clum p  box, with the Borealis in the pla'ce of the rii-  fles ready1 to catch everything tliat canie in it*  way*:.XLai^hter'in court.]      , '  Cross-examination resumed.���������-Did not know  how, the Aurora would be staked off and to.ok  the back line of Aurora, as the base line ofv  the Borealis.      .       ��������� XX; -y.  f:  Judge���������But your ' 'base" line was not yon r  "baek?*ilne.:!! ;'-���������';/-' Pim l.-fk .!*'; ���������������������������:.-.Xifi  Cross-examination continueil���������-The Aurorai  and Borealis companies were jointly intoreyi-i-  ed; Edwards was foreman of both, and he  (witness) w&s secretary of both; the Aurora:  company was the firet hill claim staked off,  which took place in August, 186.4.   ... f_/f '  Re-examined���������^Borealis was staked off iia  August, 1864.  Judge���������Mr. Devine, ab an don y 0 ur m oral  principle for the mpment and put yourself in  the place of a "jumper,"*: wotild you then conr  sidcr the definition of the claim sufficient ?  i Witness���������When the Aurora lines were laid  down by the order of the court the posts of  that claim were taken as the posts of the Bo-  Toalis, and the order of the court defining fn������  boundary posted up within 140 feet of the Watson co'y, find also on the Saw Mill company'st  ground on the extreme end,  . Mr. Menard Hilton examined by Mr. Walker���������The Aurora ground was original*y staked oif by witness; in spring of 1864 he had  also staked off the ground of Borealis company; never heard of a claim to this ground  till this spring, when the Watson ^company  had jumped it.  Cross-examined by Mr. Robertson���������Was a  member of Aurora and Borealis companies  the Borealis took up the ground not staked off  by the Aurora; replaced the stakes of Borealis in summer of 1364; it was agreed by Wat-  eon (formerly of the Watson company) and  witness that the boundary line of the Watson  company should be 100 feet into the bill, and  that line was staked off by Watson, Dewdney  the surveyor, and witness; the Aurora was  |*the first MH claim taken up here, and it was  staked out by witness when the snow was  on the ground in winter; thought himself  the record was bad, but he had nothing to d->  with it  ������������������ McDonald  examined���������Was   present  when Borealis ground was staked off in fall  ate tlieir uuere&t iu m������ vvimauu ww'i^ ]������$���������*. .ntness posted tbe order o( ib������ Sn  The Eiore^lis company clAun to have;| preme Court stating that tbo BoreaU? cmi-  po.. ossiyi'i of (bi? ground all las'-ycar (fWimiM on mr'i. l-*p*.\     ���������  ���������.-.'��������� t HRW
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learned Judge at the; close of the trial, and in
justicb to the fay, whose ���i^egrily was imf
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tiie���accused% conduct froni Judge Begbie.:
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jui^are al^old ^nu w!ellr_f_tiown Residents ^of
Vjarib oo> a'nd��� there isv- not a nian ambngst them,
who has not as direct and deepan interest in
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- oountrjp- as^his;16rdshiiD hiuiselfl;^tpWhy^didliie
. Growri u6t prpduce^eVery; one 6f;t.tlie :siximeb
-��� proved'tb; be in: ��� the 'house at the time poor,
Bibel was wounded..?���. "ftrherc was'*'Big Ohar*
house> and whose;'testimony^^vould have';been
most vaiuable ?   Why only procluce two of
the inmates aiid leave out the others ?,., Why
.'.was?it 'iiotrT showhi that :*s*fa:rj^
���tbe accused at his owntbuse instead of only
i at   theForks of Qiiesnel?'   ^TNever in; Tpnr
:;Mhp\e; experience ,wa^K^re sucHfc
ing prosecution -attemptedi andXthe^Taifii're^to.'
ob tain a verdict rests with the ��� publ ic p rose?
cutpr sblely-and alone!. ; Eveii the depositions
ta.ken   after . the . ocenrrence,. as : the.' Judge
: fctited, were hot.; forthcoming.: -".- THo fault of:
: all this was not with: the jury ;but;with-the
Grown_' arid we feel; persuaded that pn calm
renection Judge Begbie will^ome to a similar
conclusiou. ���>-Ji'}will be seen thiit,:the main,
witriess; i txi answer: to tho intelligent foreman
of the jury could hot, or ^wb^ld^ not, swear
: that Fcl ker was ihe man he &&vr Tunning out
kftor Bibel- was stl^bed.;: [The;^tneas: was
looidcg ihore to the wounded man,-'.at the
t Im e than to ��� the perpetrator of;. the . deed.
J nd ge Begb ieTs scat hih g c ohdemn atio h of the'
}>ri-3oner was fully "justified,'  As his" lordship
truly stated, there was not a man in, the
Court or on the Creek who did -not bklievk
Uiat! it v/ns by the hands of the accused that
1 he wounds were inflicted, and his .narrow
(������:cape;is only owing to the reprehensible
conduct of the Grown arid the ability of the
learned   gentlemen   for the  defence..   It-is
���with th e deep es t regret that we fe el c al 1 e d
Upon to disagree, with anything that has fallen
fro m th e dis tin guished man1 who p c cup i es the
chief judicial position in the : colony*   As a
criminal judge Mr. Begbie has our highest admiration; as we believe that to his inflexible
<ietermination to uphold the laws and punish.
the    evil-doers    may    be    attributed   the'
peaceful     and    happy    state     of    society
which exists-throughout the whole colony..
We fee 1 ��� co nfiden t th at had his lordship gi yen
a moments consideration to the matter that
instead of blaming the jury for their verdict,
ho would have-received it with the respect
and considoratibn which was due to the in en.
who performed a ^disagreeable public duty
conscientiously and to the best of their ability.
V/e can makeYull allowance for the Court's
. diijappointment at the result of the trial, be-,
HT��*^e we are well aware  that a Judge has
1 ajv/aye a knowledge of facts connected with
a priwner*B guilt or innocence which does
not come before a jury and which perhaps
would  not be legally 'admissible.    But tho
jury are  differently situated nnd can only
tuke cognizance of what is laid before them
la e viilen ce.   The jury in  tho case just ter-
'." f f AT^HE COURT.HOtTSE. yUi    ;
ON MONDAY, JUNE 2(3th;.iS65, atl2 o^clock- -noon;
f twill sell at'PuBlio;Auction, tor the benefit ol*1 the
MorVageos, the ("barter, Ofiico and Property Of tho Bed
.Rpck'Drain ,co_npa n y, cony eye d. to the i Mortgagees: by
said cbmpaiij^'' 'Tlio said'Drain' is iii-good Avorking or-,
derffom the'ihputli 6^Jt__e t Draih 'to. - the " old- Mctean
shaif fcf.and1 the ^ whola[��A��'. voon'structed' 4 n a subs tan tial:
andTwbrkmanliko manner.' Foj^ further particulars;vide;:
MortgageUnd Charter.,     , t . :H   .... j,   ,
'   ff ��� 5By order of 'the Mortgagees," ������- -
"" ���������FtTVf.LEE ^Mctioiicef.V^'
15*:'V i,.,,y.AAffyy'r>r%YA'A
Rictifield, >Tnuc 24th ,>1S65;:
otice is, .hereb^givisn;;: ������a.'at'��JAHi*ES?;'.D:
_i_.l\ "L0"RI"N;<3- will pause to be sold byj,Public iAuc-
libn, bns Mosday/' tiSe"'3rd day;6r?July next,. a$ npont'
alltiie.;goods"ahtl' chiixt-e&��ho'Wvon' the premises known
-���   ...-   I.    ,���:'���"���-   ' a?_ith-o' f; ff     ' '*r   ?.  f _
f ~ Go.T^tfTlrem Saloon. :..
Bai^ceryille, jmder audby virtue of a Power Of Salo in
>b indenture ofjMortgage, bearing; date the 12th day
of 3plyfl864;^executed; by onO*L".B."A. ;Kivier_ ,iti fa-
iyor;6fithe saidlioring;:(and duly registeredin!the>,Su-'
preme Court*}, to secure payment. of tho.sum of $6700,
pn or.4befpre tho 12th dayvof April, 1865, .which pay-
. mef_��; the said Riviere h'as tVi'ile'd to mafce.  f il
ij��Tr' Sale to talcG;'"placo' at; the . Go-at^Them' Saloon,
Barkerville^at 1_I;o'clock, noon; ���'_.'���_". "f- '^-:"f    ��� 1":'. .*���.'
" :      Byrordcr.oCtJie?Mortgageo,,  .'���_:"���<   >    ���
���S K. - Xit"'.. ,,,. . f-    ,Tf *\ y.'.LEE, Auctioneer.," i
'PHE4 UNDERSIGNED' being desirbus of erecting a
_L^FlouHug MiU :^tiQu_s^
extni 60 inch circular Saw.: .Favorable terms will be
given to anypfcraons desirous Of piirchasihg. The Machinery is ortfered;either with or without, the,buildings.
-y>tfXrTfT..v. ..;.:���  .... HARPER & WRIGHT.
Quesn'ohn bntlij: June 20th, 1S65::. 4-2ra    s
ROBBER HOSE, wi th','Couplmgs} ' Pipes1, and
Nosels, all;con.plete;'' '��� '!���' ���f- '"��� : -'"������ t :1 '���i:f^if: ff.f _;.;..-,
������:.--':.parties having a;good Hydraulic claim may have-iise.
of..same...for' fair interest in tlie insult;,;, ���,-, ;.���< ������������:
iir. i'fff';: :i' "y':"f:A^i}\y't:q. 'l''f'i, X'iXi X. ... if",.
:ifff^-:ff,-fff'f ''--f ,;-mr:j;ohn_5vans.: ;'
"'-*;4.2 tf^yf ���;'.::--;   A' AY .\._       : Ligbtni ug Crtjek.
____.: w i 11 be held a t the .Court House, ���. Rich field, for. the
Cariboo District,' on Tliursday the 20th of-July next.". ...!
! /. Tlie Court to sit on the first d ay! atMl' av-^n ff..    X '���<>
��� -���������-��� ��� ���������-; i      ,-3'v>  - .��nTArf��r   n ��� nxmiiiiL^~:r' r
���- - ,*>.*=ir
Richfield, 23rd June, ,1665.:
Bi BEGltklfJ;
'iff": ���;, i\A: %'}
In the Supreme Court*- of  Civil Justice of
������:ff-tf- British Columbia.       XXfXXXf-
i .i'  ���.      f in^bankruptct,:/-- X'.'f'y
THE COURT will sit. at the Court House, at Ricliflcld'
on rtVedhesday,next, tho 28th instant, at 11 a. ,'m *;
to /Audit the accounts of th o Assignees, - a nd to declare
,dividends iii.the following estates :-%.*. V  ^     ���
'; [-V;    ' Re M.; C. NAVIES, a Bankrupt-^C', ^
[-fff f  RoALEX. CAMPBELL^aBahUrutiti:
;:W:;%^,v^;;ReTHOS.iEl_Wv^;aaanl*Tuptp"'1  .:H _-v
Dob ts not already proved may then be proved^ or they
wil i;be' excluded the benefit of any dividend?*.<y ):��� if.
f h".y'. ���   By Order'bf Court,j ' '���'"���    : fi'   fl ,yi: -,
���'���' yif. 'i'f'' 'f '- '^OLIV^HARi;^Offlciai:Asslgnee.''
Richfield; 23rd June, 1865;������ - &���
rein^^our^^ff Ci^ tlnstice^of
; JBn^sh CblinnbiasPi�����*
��� in bankruptcy: Hf:f xi ,���
-In re *^u,u^'H!_w?^*a'Bank^ 'if X^
3E is hereby' given that a%reditor��s' JCecUng
^lli'bo held ion Wednesday nexfc>fthe 28th instant.
j^^U, ,a.;;m., at,tho Court House; Richfle.nV fd^he purpose of electing a 'now, Trade -Assignee/ in:v2i_u-or< Mr.'
Despard;'and for proof of debtis not yet proved- -   -   '
. y:-fA.^�� 'V .By or der1 of: "Courts ���'''" '    '^'"ff '
'   __/ wJ ._, v      ^O^yER'HARE^Offlciali^signee.
���Richfield, June23rdj;p65,   .^ ^-At?tf*frfc*F%-'yfi
In the1 Supreme Court^ of Civil Justice of
��� British Columbia. ''>.....-f'iX'.[,..;..
JN' banklruptct; .;; X X'
In re iXivin SiREs;,:a:'Bariicfuptl' f
��������� fi
1W, OKCE is hereby given; thaf>-��� a Croaitor's Adeline
X*y will be. held at. the^Dourt. House; Richfield. bn^ WeciV
;nes^a3ynext, th028th instant] at il'a.^mv^ W ti.e-*_uK;
pose ot receiving and: Auditing the: accounts of Mr ���
Strouss; the'^ Assighee'^hxl&tor 'the jjroof -of debts not
y ot; prpvopV \ i t - 'By :order Of.: Cour t,^.. - ���*> "M- *l'' ���' -" "f fJ- ���"
-- [*f4��" v''$?**$l ^^^^RE; Official ^i^neo.5
Richfield, June^3rd,' 1865.. ,,.   _    -,. < ��.'.   , * ^'f
ALL _EHB jt-^SE^i^
fed'tp'VcSil %nd e^oyVthemselv^^w
fff   hearty welcome will be extended; ���
Billiards, Ezo.olleht Befreslinients and
best of order observed.-
���/'A "' - ���fi\tXypf,^X.if''i[Xi-'X:yj.MA^^T^ CO.
-1"- '   '"       """'' 'immmimmmm "-'������' m ''"     '''������iin'n   ______
<���'���'::  ������r-l'-^.f';:-^y:r-..i.y--.(^r-yA:<y:yy.ty--i.       .".'V:���.';���=.'.��� '���-;���: !>������'���-.  'Ay,-..
^'.K-BAl^E^LUB^ *WiLi_iAMs^C_^k^ -^\fl
H_.ye .0^ htmd ,^
��� ./'goods just���arrivSdt-;which sihey viil aell at tha^>-;..-:'*|||
% ': f:'-: ;/I/6west Market' Rates, vis:I- "ffifiik.
GROCERIES; ^iDclu^_^^Hcklef ���; ��� ^Jama, ifiXf* ltia<!a
; ��� ���Sance8,v&Ci-,)-i''y.1^*^_:'v    f,   ���- /-��h
:,   . "���-��������� ;���;,!��� .;>.����� ftff}:fA' :'    -'������'
.">.������:������ :-A/:tTROVi��aONs;r;>,:'v':������;,,: .������'���"*,.;.:���������.,.;
���'���" ������������-'���:���- ���=;*:.?.>-vtrt'.t-'f^v^."> '^^i1'';��������'������ ���
--���.-::'.^v"i^^^b^-*WIN*^,{i,t'':""- ���'^1;^-:/-
������'    .:',l'"';*"  '������'/:'.'   lsEGAT^^OBAfXp,j V^   yf
ffy f'.f\yfy[ffii ff STJ^IONERT^(kx>THIN^
the Supreme NQourt of Civil"kJusJlce..pf
^ -.  :   :'-f";-Britis^Coluinbia:'*l"'''...a'm 'f[f
yy : :fd lyif . 'i^tS^'A^^Vp^Vf ;^--;--- ':A-f\i
.,'���' In re Witjliam Winxaiid, a bankrupt. i"X' ff -
VTQT1CE is hereby "given? that 'a Creditor's 'Meeting
X\ will po: held at,the, Court,House, -Richael d^'on: Wedi
nesday next, the 28tti instant, at 11 a. mil} forihe par-:
'pose ol receiving a nd Aud it i n g th e acco un tsv of the As-:
sjgnees,: and- for the proof of deb ts Wt��et proy.ed.
;-;-- '���.'- By order bfi Court,: "'^���ffrt '?���:"", -rf.Y
��.TH\a   T   r       .PUyER HARE, Officii Assiirnee:
.   Richfield;;June 23rli, 1865^;.,_.' :.,/,;;-!/....-. -.. >..*. *i = ���:, f=
Tn. the Supreme  Court  of Civil justice W
., '-. -'��� :���: -British 'Columbia/' .f-'^fp  ;* ff
Soda 3^tei*'&: Sarsapa^illa
���';"��� aaaa f - -'FOR SALE ..AT':THE-   ���   *    ���';'     * v
;   ^diZELLE SALOON,:;;.^inoraW
.   4        :-'.':';.\^'-'' '/������^V:/'\-.;.-ABLER'&'BiUtRT..
:    \   CAMERONTON,
This Magnificent Saloon, which is the finest
in Cariboo Tor Terpsychorcan Exercise, is
now open io the lovers of
X ��&* First Glass order will "be. preserved,
and the proprietor invites all his friends to
give him a call.
.The Bar is stocked with the finest Liquors
and Segaii_.; !_. ���
.:���'-���:��� :>: -IN-BANKRUPTCv.- f :'ff\ fff-
, -In re VA^DoBXAsr k ;Lowe, Bankrupts; Pf'X ,
OTICK is hereby given-that'a Creditor^ Meeting
11 ������ will be held at th^.Court House, Richfield, on Wed-
oesday next, the;28th instant, at 11 a. m.,. for the pur-
pose of Auditing the accounts of the Assignees, and of
accepting the resighatioh of office of Mr. Hamburgher,
this Trade Assignee, and, for' electing a new Trade Assignee, and for proof of such debts as have not yet
beeniproved.    By. order of Court, .   . j;
OLIVER HARE, Official Assignee.
Richfield, Jiino23rd; 1S05.     ;' 4 .
_i��_mNG:UTI^SI"C^,:.:inclu^i^ ff^f
-ft -: ' _\?  rf a ."   gg'QyEf^  forks,.'"       y
: fd ftWCKflWEp -t
^���tf;' ?_9;-:.^CKB_^,
^.'^.pyy'Y'' ��� '���ff '* -���ci'-'���<��� *" * ���"i������,:'"
.;.-:-'__fi_rf.Parlicultfr attentiori;iscalle^-
oi; tiQudfejfM*^^
IJarkorvillev-iaith iJune. 1^/ i   .;<
'.���to--:bv#!ft_liaa :��toc_r-
*' iX fi^M."&At^-A^D R__f!^
-    ,:...-, j    -vj   > -. ������     ';-ji^:Ai .Aye.   <?-��������'.'     '���'���--   :-*. -�� <^u---'-= -
t. if   Gtmo CE�� I ES,
the Supreme Court of Civil Justice of
British Columbia*
In re John Ducie Cusncoy, a Bankrupt.
"VTOTICE is hereby^given that a  Creditor's Meeting
McKinon, and for proof of debts nut yet proved.
By order of Court,
OUVKR HARE, Official Assignee.
RichfioM, June 23rd, 1865. 4    ���
In the  Supreme  Court of Civil Justice of
British   Columbia.
' LiYSE- QRES Of any deficription brought to him
for. that purpose.    Charge* moderate. ,     ./:��*�� :>"'���.���'."���'* -^ '
or CLEAKEIDiOa ComB_iS^ion,.at the Aurora Company 'a
Office/' '"���"���};"���'���-''"; :fff.T "���"���,   ' TT Tt "..."��� T,,/!:.   _ :.:. ...f
- '2 -:??: ;��� >,:v t"*.-     "";7-;.,; "���"���'��� : ��� PE^ DEVICE;
CONCORD SPRING WAGGON,- capable of /seating
ninp passengers; besides carryinj; baggage: ; '��� ���'
'f: . f :> ::ff ^'f\ YAXJSO, -���'���'" :*; '\X--f. fi'
A pair of fino American Horses, with.set of doub.o
harness for sale.   Apply at this office, or to       .
V* '- .., MR^SHAW,;,;.
2 f' ��� -?'        'if       : '-'. Smith's Rahch�� Cottonwaod.   .
AN EXCE^   iff RANCH, ^situated on the W��$g0ns
Road, ana vh which a large number of cattiecouW
be cared for in the(wint(*r, as there is plenty of hay for
feeding.   There fe a good Dwelling House, together with
Cattle Sheds, Stables, &c, on the promises. .
Apply, by letter, to UA,�� 'Cariboo Sentinel' office.- 2
"VTOTICE is hereby given that Letters or Administra-
JJi tion of the Estate and Effects of Frederick Jjibel,
lato of Richfield, deceased, have been granted to OLIVER HARK, Esquire, Acting Registrar of the Supreme
Court of Civil Justice of British Columbia, tbft Official
.Administrator, to whom the creditors are to send their
accounts, on or before Wednesday, 12th day--of July.
next. All persons indebted tb tho said Estate', or that
have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the
same but to. tho said Offlci al Admi nis tra tor.
. .   . Official Admini.vrator.
Richfield, June 23rd, 1865. -       4
J.   K.   SUTER
Has Instructions to sell the following valuable
.,    ; claims, viz:   : ���':�� :
1 1-4 interests in "Sage Miller'J Co'y, Lowhea Creek;
'������ Providence"
do :    {-    . do A: .
do   Wat��ons Gulch;
:; do
���    do
do    .
this __sleon arc tho best that can be imported.
A First Class 'Reading Room!
All the latest Itoglish, American, Canadian and colo.
nial.paper., takes io.
&xF A Harmonic Meeting held every Voek���Judge
and ,tury.   ..    .   . .
Will be given once a week by1 tho
Cariboo Amateur Dramatic
v 3
Adler. &'Barry, Pron'rs.
5    *. __ v.
This large Saloon is fitted, up in a style of
elegance und comfort which has no rival in these colonies. It cuLiUuns two large Billiard 'fables with all the
modern improvements 1
im- The Bar is furnished with LIQUORS & SEGARS
of the finest quality and best brands.
Tea subscribers have received a machine for ra'aun-
fac;wring Soda Water, and also ono for making Sarsa-
partita, both of winch articles they ar. now prepared
to supply to cuT*vnj*rri.    ' a ' ���
''Morning Star" Co'y, Williams Creek
do <fo
"Forrest Rose1.1' do
"Nevada"    ���       do
"Barker" do
"Cornish" do
"Garibaldi"   ;     do
1 do "Challenge"       do
1 do "Hood" do
Also, a few shares in tho various Bed Rock Flume Co'ys
All kjnda-of business connected with mining prompt-
;ly and carefully attended to,   . :.     .��� ������    ���
4ST Office���RICHiriELI), near the Court House. J2^
Fashionable Hair Cutting!
y    W.D. M08ES.
Ip your Hair is falling and becoming .thw^
eall and have it
B*ESTOBiEB before you are bald headed;
t   . W.-D. MOSES,
2 Barkerville, Williams CreeK.
2 ������i_E^LLErSATURDAY;; JUNE 24, '65  i_^__fe_j-_ ������������������-_.���������"      --������������������'���������-       ���������    ,'f      : .    ;  ?|COtJRT.:  *___.. .     ;.^me^w>/feco^m)^.J  ,fM'm ?3d t>June. 1^05*'**  ..-ioie*f^:c������'v:^v^. :*_^sJTuhnel.���������This was  ^M'actionfbr 20t) feet of ground^which plain:  fflf&  -*____*������S_SE_.-; '"  f_sSy_-_.-~"- ���������  ^������1favor  ..-^  l^^lfgan'Francisco ,-g.������"^'.'vi.Moaeby^Suit for  '5^Ssessments.;i: Jiid^ineut .rfe Ainouut .claimed.  Reid: co'y" vs. Reid:-^This was ;a7c'ase iron)  IHfeouse 'Creefc; ������h&defendant wished to get  ���������^Sirorder to havolhis^Bitn:6f 100:feetstaked  ^pf to himself.   The Commissioner,; Refused to  m  -A'. A:  P   :  Igrant.the apnlic^tion;.?  K> i  Xp^homimMiiL--1- We "lately referred'to  wliat is doing, in regard to ;the raising'of .crops  p|������ ughoufc the' CQlpjuy^au'i ;hoticelTthe!:fact  |l|if around Lillooet a vast .quantity, ojV-wheat  llcMbcen sown this year..-y^lKe. now .loarn that'  JlJSKopp 6 site the beautiM little town'of ^iil-.  |3|tet,;ai^  ||}|$n_er Champion for the purpose ^putting  tffl||to the mill;,it will^therefprebe,driy^en-by.  Sfsiiti and'Svili;i be., capable, of * jjriacling all  ^^&ear;rounli.'^;"Mri $eoti ih,as X .a' large area.  pP&nd the mill;fnndef wheat this year, and  l^^piour arriving in, Ca^ribpp::npxt:Season; will,  ||p|p_e; produce pf "Afcp ppipiry.^ Lit wll^e seen:  ^i^vhere that^it is alsb^cofit^^  Jlffl^iug"niiW al^QueshWmouih^ Bit evinces  SfpSf^- in the future; bf.this?countryxb.i'find men  WILLIAMS CEEEK.  Our limited space to-day will not admit of our giving:  any extended report of Operations on this creek since  our *  fre  ith!  Rough.and-Ready co?.y;'.at -Barkerville, have1 "got down  their new shaft,'and.Ootained small prospects on_the  bed rock. H Hard Curry:has also succeeded inssWiking  bed rock; rat 54 feet, in bis-ne\v-shaft in the1 OlffDiller  grou rig; 5. ery promising prpsppcis,ha,ye)been (Ufecpver-  od.: Wc'notice a great'many former'.presidents of Victoria at present on the creek busily engaged in trying  to recover some.pi.their losses beiow,- among.the.rest  is Hr. (SlieppQrd, ��������� ..formerly-of tho*Confederate" -Saloon*  who1 is act!vely engaged as a carpenter. "'���������''���������  CUNNINGHAM CREEK,.' ' ''���������.'. % ��������� ,  1*he, utmost activity prcyailsron thifjjjreek among the  miners- and we expect soon tOnavevmany rich strikes  to record. Last week the Kentuck co'y made $1400,  and on Thursday, the 22hd instant, seven ounces to the  pan was washed out off.the bed rock.���������-The Reid,co'y  are gettingrinto a channel "-^tanaisli"co'y; have"cbtri-  1  l^^^^sting larg^l^j igt f4kS**MtfwIFaiid manu-  ^^feiAiring,pursiiits*in"it? ���������*"������������������������������������  ���������H^ti Ri3v. ^Ex^^^Grlfe^^I^is popular  ^*^^ffiom;^d$u-^-fes rei������������inin| here'a^the  ^���������^j^dent' Missionary of the- ChurcHof*iEhgland  ^������|Wg ��������� ���������^et^K3Pn*. -:A^ibetter^ appointment  ' could not have !been' made'"as* JMr. Garrett is  welll|and widely known^^as- onr pf'the most  enlightened and liberal'minded1 clergymen in  in^tSe. diocesei if Mr; Garrett' risfan; eloquent  ppacher^ and few pill, go to' Jear him who  will ;no t c oi me';. away" ins true ted j and edi Bed.  $'������������������ -;i[QSpivil 1 ^cbndiictl)ivine Service 07ery Sunday,  pe morning-^at Richfield-, a. l| o'elocfc, a^  Mm  jtiOToon at Barkej. v^iilej ^ at 3ip|lpck, and in  y$|������evemng at 'C3amefonton,r irlthe Reading  IBSIm; u 5' 6'Jclbok:* 1 f * *:/ *' ��������������� * ^ ������*J' ���������   ;  y f Assay Offigi_.���������The  commehcing;operations, -rrPOlnt. co'yf have, got diU;h  ilin'ishe'd and are now ready to'ground sluices-t-Wyatt  co'# arc drifting from shaffc; ���������Sargent co'y are erecting  b yciraulic. ���������G reyco'-y., have , conjincnced blast ing rim  rock to ge t into .channel;i^Lewis co'y were engaged in  sluicing their front ground' for some tfmopastj would  was h up -: te^da y. -rSing coly.;_ have been wdrki ng in the  creek and will co'mmenee washing up next week.���������  Leom co'y suak two or three.shafts and weredriven  oiit of them by water.-r-There are twenty men engaged  pn thc new..jlitch, and*-ithe.iwOrk progresses very fasfc^  it will piroba]) Iy;be 'nnished^b eforo the endbf-next week f.  its length" will bo one mile and three-quarters and it  will Carry 500 inches of water,  '���������  j ���������- '.' *'nff [;''LpWHE|i'''^EE^':i'v ���������"' 'Tiip'i ;"^r'T  !' The companies; ���������g$erallyi-0$ ^ttoiereek-are ground,  sluicing; sonie of theiii will commence washing iip next  week add expect arich harvosU -t.  '-.i,ff rfl'srs. f''  ���������;-���������...=.���������.'���������..'; ./'./.STOUTS GULCH.-'  4 The Golden Hope co'y have, been gatting on well of  late; thciraverage yield is about 25 ounces par day.--  The Pioneer, co'y aremaking a little more'.:thai^v/ageSi".  The remaining 'companies 'on the'ggalch are still prospecting, :/.' _- 'X _; p .f:'yf; X;;       ���������  .M m'arthurs GULCff.  There is nothing new to. report from thisVquarterJ������  .The- Artesian compa ny's work is being pushed forward  vvi th cpmmendable speed by the"active! foreman; the  shRft' is now raor^> than CO feet deep. .7 t  CARIBOO-MARKET REPORT.  , .Bank rf British-Cor  ^Kbia5 has opened an J Assay bfflce on Wil-  ; |i|^ Creek, under the mana^ment of Mr:  BojMfieldJ ^who has lately^.arn^d from .Eng-  ^-landi|; We'were permitted a feldays since to  :;in||ect some' bars^^8f ^Ca_uJifi gold melt-  ed^jn;,-- j.he ��������� : office, ^.i.;and.-,-.ihey f [reflect  grgp   credit  on   the , skill' it>-������������������ thp v gen-  ������^mjSn  in j charge.     Since thrgo vernment  has conceded a portion*of the xport tax on  /alijfgold assayed at.:, the: bank \ ^Q have n 0  ^dpttlll^a large business will fe ,the. result.  ^S|ihk the directors^ havi tej ^forturiate; in  v gpcuiring the services1 of a. gntleman who  :'geems to be so well qualifieii amir. Bowsfield  p^ffiieuutie8^he.has:to:disehar|e.-;v  ; ft  Xyi^w_ Mill''for:jSale.~~We '*vbnld call at-  "'wajion to-an advertisement "of 1 Steam' Saw  :r?Mil|jfor sale at Quesnel Month.   As the ;ma-  |/^nery is of the most improve^ cpn.structipn.  r afil the openihg'that is present d most desirable for an enterprising p'erson 6 caiTy on an  1 pensive lnmber  #_|S_.ould recommend'_  ,;^^festo apply to the ^owners jf the mill at  fonp0f.. ��������� .. ;.'-:  ;   ��������� ; r.yf -: .     >    f  ' Bisi) Rop.KrFi.rjME Car^We;fcated;;iu our  (liis*.,;1i^ue that 40 men wereempoyed on the  . I^d||pck flume before the late llw suits were  brought iu-the Commissioner*] Court.   We  ��������� hiwe'fllnce learned that this waaan error, the  ; n^unSer actually engaged did nit exceed 18.  4jJ#elhavo the,satisfaction of .Biding- that_the  :yv:aj)p^als have^ all been withdraw}' and the dis-  ^put^s amicably settled. ���������������.._  f ���������".. ff'ff  V-^Bbpouted   New   Discovertb .--A report  ���������^iiries through the Hudson B^r Co. at ].'ovt  8hep-pard that,the prospecting jarty,seat out  ;.j;^b||the government have discoijred rich and  ������^MCj|jnsiye diggings, on the Uppt Arrow Lake,  liOD miles due north of Fort Seppcrd.   The  ;|r^oHp6edsconfirmati6n. ���������_ "'Ja'x '.  "(ifJjPHiNBSK IMMIGRANT3.^-The i elestial immi-  IpSnts at Yietoria were badf off for food,  -;/;.and a large,number made a -Ascentupon a  ���������fetbre whereHce was sold, but lhe police arrived in time to prevent the lacking of the  -l;5pl||ce.; . ��������� ���������'-���������/���������-������������������.        ��������� - ' y :'  Inland Di(KnNos.-~-It.was r|)6rted in Vic-  iipja that new diggings had lien found in a  .gulch falling into Jordan Rfer that pros-  y^jcited-.two'cents:to the pan.' Ij '";.. ' ''  i$3fjp&m Divine Service, in eoalection with the  Presbyterian Mission,'will be'held at Camer-  :-������5|ton at 11. a. m. and at'Ricffield aV3 p. ni.  :^very Sunday, Rev. B.Bnff, lissionary.  ��������� :.:.-.._i:' ,,.;,,.., .';- -;' ,j Saturday, 2ith June, 1865.   ;  - We ha ve'" very 1 it tie to report in conriection wi th. the  niarket further than that it is glutted with.every description of goods; it continues :.tir>; decline^ \ apdjprices  nro altogether in favor of the miner. ��������� Flour, wholesale'  $20 %\00 fts., retail, 22:cents- ^ f$lH Several large  trains huvo'arrived, during, the.week, and others are  roported as likely;tb aVrive within a few days.  >V,e fa.av,9 the,most reliable data in our possession for  stating that.' one millibn"pounds weight of. goods have  either arrived at, or ar^ on-'the1 road at" present for  Wi Ilia ms 0 raek. All tlds���������<& i n add ition to three hun-  dred thousand pounds weight held by Merchants here  at;' the opening of the season. ���������  To the Editor op tub; ^Cariboo gB_?T_3^_!lL.,^  Sir,���������I observe a letter in. the 'British Columbian.'  written fay a gentleman;(?) who culls himself a victim,  and in which he"tells what is not true when he states  that Mr. Coaimeline, or our postmaster as hecalls hlmj  receives one half of- the extra-Tcharge made at the  Branch Post.O_Qcea;las;ih all cases the extra-charge of  Is.- is kept by tbe person in charge of each office. .  .   .    . ..   ^f     :     POSTMASTER,,,..^  .    f>t f ft f fBrahcS Post Office, ;Cam0rb_tt6ri.\  Bank or British North America.���������We have  the pleasure of stating that a Branch of this  ba|nl-will be ppehedhere dn Jabou^-two^weeMs  time. The Manager willtbev_Vtr. Burrell, from  the Bank at rVictoria,������ and' his apjpoihtrrierit is  in every respect a;most- judicious:'onei: *_  1 St, JonN's 1)at.���������This day isHhe;-anniversary of the  ,patron SainLof, Masonry. It will, reca 11 to: the minds;,  of all true:thembeR_-of the craft:thepleasantestmem^  oriesof happy hours spent among their brethren in  It  Sh  be  allowed to pass over without any celebration.   This is  ���������not thc spirit that should prevail amongst our brethren.  'Crowood Out.���������Owing to the pressure on our spaco  to-day of -Assizo intelligence, and new advertisements,  we are obliged to hold over an article on Mr. Hoi brook's  ''Monrfter.-Meetfag'' at Douglas, communication from  our correspondent ''Dixie," and other mat ter.  A RcpReHeNsiSLe PiiACTice.���������-Judge Begbie passed  sonic severe strictures form .the Bench, on Thursday  last, in ri������g'������.rd to persons attempting to extract opinions rugarding disputed cases from Ids lordship and the  Gold Commissioner 'when they arc but of court.' "He  expressed his intention to commit any one in.future.  for contempt who' would' dare to thus tamper'with a  judicial officer. ,, ;,. :t  >,:r  Row in B__RKCRViLLe.-^A few nights _>ince a young"'  .man broko into the house of a female residing in Bar-  kerville and committed an assanlt upon her, it is said,  .with an axe. .  ^lucriONSAte.-^-Mr. F. V. Lee.wiUReli;-oa Monday,  the 2($th; instaut, .by order of the Mortgagees, the chari  ter, &c. j of thc Bed Rock Drain co'y. ��������� ���������  Bankruptcy (Jourt.-���������The?Ion. Mr. Justic, Begbie  ���������will hold.the Bankruptcy Court on W'ehdesdayncxt; j  the 28th ins'.. ���������-���������������������������'- '"  - ,. ���������        ������ .......  im* All who desire GOOD 'COFFEE and Fine Spices  can have both by always askJog-for FBLL & CO'S, which  can b. had from all respectable Store keepers. Be sure  you get it with our trade label on each package'   .. <; ,.  jm**Mr. Alfred Waddington has been  appointed.Secrestary to the Board of Education,^!.,, '  JBS3* Sir, James Douglas and W. A. G. Young  were expected at Victoria on the Ik! inst.  i������&p Mr. Denny has been returned hy a large  ������������������si f'iil������  'Aurora the ^British Coliimbiai,') .){\ H  For ten days before the 17th icstl, there was  >a: complete breakin ^the^ -telegrapi?^i_e%a; 'The  foliovfing is a- summary^bf;the Baoat' important items received on the date met_t!oioed: j:  _;> Jeff. ;Davis is> to: be ^tried^befbre) a foil touch  in the'te^&Courts;* Longstreet >has;?������*pplietl|  ������tp theiJJ^ Sgautnorities^ for a pardon for tiiia-l  self*?^: Genitliallabk-; has been removed to ;a  command ^in^*_5alifornia;i hw^appointinont bf  rebels in Richmond; -is saici io be the cause".  Qqv.: iVfagrathiwas arrested at Columbia on a  charge' of^ high rtreason^y'A^^; &��������� aririy^ of; ob*'  sewationj tinder Gen.-Steele; of ^30,000 men  has been ordered' to' the'frontier pit is suppb?*  ed to ibe in connection with the^ Me_dcan question.?^ It ia said^ that Count- 'Morithqlon.-will  demand^:an explanation;;���������, ���������:PriBpners^ of war  under,j.anfc; of, Major are: ordered\ to be re-  teasedi-1 :.President..^Johnston hag ^ecoived  threatening' letters, k A large number of Coii*  federate .soldiers ��������� are \ summoned: to', ffive evi^;  deuce against: Gen;vLee. 0% oharge'of high  :treason.:'i'<:j> fffnin- "f:M 'i f ff '- if}} ���������{������������������^���������f\  : ^EoBOPSAN.Nawa^Londoa^Dftily ^News" re-^  marks;-that, if /Johnson, intended giving ^France  icause to.7doelare;vrar ^he ���������;'wouldi hot?now be ���������  disbanding armies or recalling'ships*^^'PdSt**  says reliable'information leaves the inference  that'sof-far, aa. Johnson is'; concerned he has^ho'  intention ibfanterferinjgvieithert in Mexican^pr  Canadian affairs;^' 3"he- Paris1 ?Fatria*^has?rea-  so]njo;belie*ve:to thei attention of the Prehch  ^overnineiS is^cou^  destine mo ve in America, 1 and c that'll neee^;  saryfit; will udopt energetic ^measur^s- a^alnlst^  U. S. volunteers. The 'Times' says the ^_ues-;  tionipfiihe Alabama-rejcmder:has: reached an-  unpleasant p oint; Great Britain hay ing -'refused ? 1 inderanity^' the ��������� Americanf irejoiiider  amounts to a complication, ffii ffpiftifl- ;'.* 1  X Msxicd^l)atesto28th May state'that guei1-  .iilas were as tSick as ever. Negrette wasat  Victory with 5000 troops^^  were .moving against tJuejpJacie^^ Xi-ffff  ! Ciiti_wtSij_���������San Francisco, June I5.-^vThe  firm of ^Greenhpod .;&. Newbauer^have been  indicted by-the U. & Graud Jnry for perjury v  in mak_hgr^_als8 - statenieiit^ of* the amount of  their-business affairs to ?thclhtefnttr re venue:  assessor.   Legal^Tenders 72v@ *f2 lr4.:,  1 OANAnX���������?\\b Toronto^ '.Globe'* announces; that .the  Canadian Delegates"^ England are n_Getihg.with marked success; ������������������; The -policy proposed -.'includes- a .bas(s.on  which tho connection between Great Britain & Oahada^  will, be rendered firm-and lasting^ and-ombraces meas-i  ut'eB.ca.culatfe't tovinimediatcly enhanco^thc'pwperty: of ���������  the country an d develdpe i ts resources.,....  X\A HoAXr���������The^ teiegratn purporting-tp give  an account of the;. execution * of Davis and  Breckinridge was a hoax, practiced, it is said,  by some waggish ^operators ,,at or near New^  ,We^t^_auist|er^ wip,/todiiig the. ^ires down below SeattleViepairedi to the roof of a: builds  ing over which the'wires ran;'and applying' a  smatl instrument to* It f mcitiuiabtujved the:idis-;  patch out of whole cloth. '< The operator at  New Westminster was deceived^-eo swas the  'Columbian* editor; and, we may as well confess," so were we of the 'Chronicle7���������badly.  The^iiiiblic vt(jok| iiefharigifig jte Keatt^eiy"  much4 and'two 0iyate'dwellings displayed en>  signi^a of mourning'for JeffJ: who- turns put to  Aye alive, if not actually kicking. The "'sellJ"  was a cruel one and wili not bear repeating.  -���������Victoria1'Chronicle.H -: '^-**? V *-  :' - hv;  :'3t.     ���������'<  mtt f.yyp ^^.^cAMii^o^Tp^;,;.,;:;: yyy*x  if  THE  A flit- " .. A->���������''������������������*���������'-  .r,,::,r:,-::.-*5...-T;^-WIL.GqX^  THH? I _SSf^BUSHSEKT?^ WI5.L'; [MX. QPE^llfD: -fe*'  MOISTDAY. NEXT, the 19tlrlnst^fbr thdreceptive  of __05rder������jf. The hpu^o has*been noaUy fltted ;up an_.  ZifTmiiGr2^  TfX^ffAf^TAihf������^:yi^f)d  mmA^y%$$4  ���������fff yrtY-'fAYAf ffff fr!  ,v. i, \ A,u  y-y.   A.<y.:    >.: .'.:  V4? i^iwi-y  %,  fffxspi^mf ;*h''vn..  lliff, ��������� Wlwr^be tolfe&'gXi'd-to Boe^ll'his^.1 5;','.^  .��������� iV-*; i"*'\  Ui j'A?z.yy\Ar,  ��������� :������������������ -���������'������������������,; -"���������   '������������������������������������ P't ;.aH   ���������-., A*.      ..yd ,-.r>..  hA- r>������-   -. _r..::.:      Af< f   ��������� :-��������� A:- ���������   ':-������������������:,��������� /,<  ���������D.A-A  ff ���������������������������- yf 'if-f;': A'A^ftt's"1; f.-:fi ������������������*i\Al*y .  rifei; q������ntj^  -t   XX, '-;.  i    >   ,      >A2sD.y;yt>:S.P fff \  [fAAVi_-  '���������..' ">���������*_��������� f>"-. iv=--__.v "- ��������� '��������� 'V1 'il- w vu'.**������������������ .* i* ;  ;v^Girc*alating liibrai^u,^  IS; XOW OPE^Jj having received- the^barges t,.; stock ff,.  T, of NOV ELS ever imported 'on^the'ere ___'*'they-corn^.. n  pr.8e;a.ljjb^ ^prks?o^_tfod^^ ff  re'ceived^Oj'bbp<qf the':fineaV brands-of Havana, Q i-, H \  tars .ever * imported'bh'th������' creek j 'also, Chei wihg^in it:. \ .  moking .Tobacco, together with a fine,, lot of^per-"Tf  'fumeryy Bruahee^Peh Kniv^fotC,; ;i.A larfl.e variety of  flne;Meer������haum.ripcs_r/*,Va_5,^M^     'it 8b et3 i. per \do?z;$  '       ^mij^GB^^^^ifStX^ ���������'������������������  '      ffffi^^Tif^X  niiM*i'i������.i_iij)'-ir-mi ,.; - ���������  %,:  ���������fh i \\* T  IfiJf^f^t  ���������f t it V ^ ��������� mmmmux' f-x fX -^:.-. yr  ���������AA  f This .^labHshinentds1 npw.ppen.fbr custpnih.? r  ers."1*" T^e^Tablejs supplied with^he jbest and. choioest: >i-.*  deli _*cie_,\^Coffee and pies cah be had at,a)l hbutt. t,, 1. f  '^^^l^^'JXdfhont^ins: the Fin.st't.iqudrs iaii.the^Ctaek -������������������'  j"??' *:  CAMERONTON*  ���������y--"ih  Th������ Oldest ^Established Hotel ^011 *Wi__iams5  fff'' a<: yasa --Vicreek. '���������'*,".    if"  "''  " :���������'���������',..  , .DIED.--Ori Juno 8th, at/tbW Koyal iHoapi.tal, Vict. -  ria, of consumption, William Green, a native of New  Brunswick, agtjd 3d years.  In Victoria-, onthc: 8th ���������inst.', Mr. 1 Alex. Hamilton,  aged -5-3 yearSj late of Canada West, - -.  EXPRESS'FREIGHT AND PASSENGER  -y^ppm-ppf,   ' X"':  mHB MOST EXPIDITIOUS AND ECONOMICAL, AS  jj., well1 as the most comfortable mode of travel to tho  lower country is by this line. 1  SADJSLB''-.Tn__IN -leaves. Richfield .on .Mohoat8 and  Thxjksdavs atNOONv^intirae'to catch tho 8TA<������E at  Cottonwood for Quesnel Mouth and the steamer for  Soda CreeJc. BARNARD'S STAGES leavo Soda Creek  every MONnAT and Tuuksoay at 8 a. m. The Thure-  Viay's Stage will lay over at Blair's, 111 mile post, and  at Clinton for rest; the Monday's Stage at Clinton  only ; both arriving at rale in time to catch the steamers for New Westminster,  jjggf* Through Tickets may be obtained at the Office  in Richucld.  ^       EXPRESS ^^  TiTES. ^CAMERON-ibegs to intimate that sho has operw ���������  ifl ed the |!io������EER Hotel in :Cameroriton^*which i������:  neatly fitted.up.with,every corhfort; the Bftus are cleao.  and well kept un'der her own Iftuperintendahoe; ihi.^  Bar is well stocked !with > the 'finest LIQUORS; and,th***"_  Restaurant will be supplied1 with ^every^delicacy;;'' An *  ofllciont .Cook engaged;   .   -;/���������#���������-������������������ f��������� ---f Ay-fjlm f':  Froni;the long experience Mrs.; rCameTon ihas.had j0}.  Hotel keeping on"Wiiliams Creel.,, and the.large'piitj'o'o'���������;'  age formerly bestowed upon!h.r houseK she; will' _eovrv '  nothing .wanting/ iniher new-Hotel-'ito - ."fisurethe sup--  port and patronage ofhcrjold friends;^, t f- aa ;: = ���������' ���������'���������:  ij__r.Hpt "and^^.Cold.Suppers40 be,had at all;hours.,...,/  WI 12LI A5M.S;;''C.R:'eE'K:  ��������� y r  AND  ���������. ��������� ��������� V' : ���������;  fiT ?-.^BARia5RVl;XE/;:r. .i'"'i':"3:  ';���������-^;;���������;:G;:���������!;MILLER���������.���������^  __!?-*������** Meals Ready. at all *_our?r. :  rrHE RATES FOR FREIGHT by tbe Stage from Tale  I to BicKfield will be .. ':,  5 to-S5,lbs. .-,-*������.,..,������������������ ---���������-��������� $1,00 $-__. ���������  25 to 100 fts        - - -- 90 ���������# ft .  ; over-100 fts-. ��������� f. '���������.; fff- ..    1.  *"B'"# ft    ������������������ ���������  THftOtjGH  IK   T8*   DATS.  .-.    -���������    ���������-. \ '-.;Fv-J;:iBARNARl>:  Impo2rtaia.^ -to Miners I  '     :;   '    The undersigned is pre-parod to,.,,. ���������>.-,  CLEAN BLACK SAND, BLOWINGS������������������.ANI>  ,,,,,.       i      .PANNINGS,       Yrr.:Xr:f ]i   .  On Commission, or will purchase any quantity on th<*  ��������� -"..,-...     ,Most Libebai.Tkj.ms, at the       ���������-;.'������������������ ff  "Reading Boom, Cameronton,   '  'Subscriber is now well known on /SVUliai^s CVaek, an1 ���������  from the conlldenco reposed in him last >'aJl in .the  above business, he hopes to receive the patronage of  tbe Mining community thc ensuing season.  H, yf >.���������'���������������������������:   '���������'������������������'   '���������   '    -     JOHN BOWRON/  ���������  Steamer " Enterprise,'?  yi Leaves SODA CHEEK for QlfEvSNEL '  MONDAY AND THURSDAY MORNINCS,  AT BA*YLIG-HT,   .  ' " ' Loaves QUESNEL for SODA CREEK,  ^V*EDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS at 4 A. if.  -FOR���������  feEDt?CBP.-The Bank of Bitish Columbia maJorlty ^ Washington Territory.  ihm reduced its  Shis is one  titts rate of discotafc'1-4 per cent.  stei* id the ridit.ircclioir  ^_������rOne of the vcHfiels from New York  with telegraph wm has arrived at Victoria.  OONNICTINO WITS  DIETZ & NELSON'S FOR VICTORIA,  Will arrive atRScbMd 03 Wrpra?OA_*fl and Pa?03Oa?&  and close en Momjatb and THSftsiuvs &'t NOON, C'^n  voyms rreoAur^, Tetters and Valuiibles for ALL^^IB  OF TfiE WOliHO"  ' :"       '���������"..���������'  F. J. BAKN'ARD.  Neighboring Creeks and Gulches;.  JOSEPH C.SPOOKER:-will ran an Expr?:^  Rs^ulablt, in, connection, with Barnard '3. __sprph-.  from William,s Creels to Grouse, Stevens, Beggs, AnO ���������;,..  ^nninghamV a,n.d Keithley Creefcs. -    -  Letters &c.^ 1) be left.at. Express CSJee, BichfiH.:,  or John B.'Ue's, Barkerville.  W..    WJNWARD, -'y  AC1H34ITH. -MACBtlKlST' AND MA51 -  FACTC-^HOF CO0KI_sCr RA^fiilJ, '  BARKKKVILLE, B. C. v W___W  VW?  (Continued from tint Page.),  pany claimed all the ground formerly held by  the Aurora.  ' Cross-examined by Mr. Robertson���������Held an  interest in the Borealis company which he subsequently transferred to Jack Edwards.  fludge���������Mr. Walker, you have not estab-.  lished, your case. -  Mr. Walker, In a.lengthened address, pointed out that under his lordship's order-laying  down the base line of the. company, and, the  fact; proved in evidence that his clients were  in possession up to the. time the claims were  laid over, and that a considerable amount had  hpen expended last year on the ground, they  wer>Entitled to judgment in their favor. He  eaid if his lordship decided against them that  it would be the first time in his memory a  claim would be lost on a mere informality in  the wording of a record; and if the Watson  party succeeded in this case it would be an  opening by which the "jumping" days of 1������63  would return, and every title to claims on the  creek would become unsettled and insecure. ;  Mr. Walkem fo and in-tv forerbie  ������peech denounced the parties who. had "jumped the ground of the Borealis company. The  learned gentleman said they might as well put  their hands into the pockets of his clients as  to take, from ���������them the ground upon which  they, had expended their,, money. He urged  upon: his Jordship.'s attention that the Borealis  title was perfectly good on the evidence submitted; thatif there was any ambiguity?ia]  the wording of the.^ record^ the-law-as it formerly stood was misty and unsatisfactory  Mr. Walkem dwelt with marked- emphasi_r on  the discredit to be attached to She proceedings  of tb& Wateor. company which had dared to  .���������'jump?'other men's property;;,.Hetnastedtbe  Court would stop such proceedings at the out?  net and riot allow the days of 1863. _oj return  ������ again../,   fXi-'XX .'���������-'���������     "..������- X'* : "'���������  f-f-  l^e Judge then proceeded to deliver- judgment* -?\;-His lordship was reluctantly;ohliged  .   to affirm the decree. -The appellants had not  ^stebliehedtheir;case*  ^They did .not. prove  . th*rf-;t������el.r^^ or  staked, or occupied, when the fillers1 Lea and  ..Dauntless, companiesijumped it., < .By the decree Qf * th^'Sripreino CourV upon which 2_tr.  Walker relied, six. week's were al lowed to have  . , be ground staked off. /That had not r been  done; arid If the plain letter of the "law^as  ���������'net at naught arid the Borealfoeompany chose  to neglect their own business, and place their  valuable property in jeopardyrthe fault was  not with; the Court. It was; a "strange and/rut-  accountable feature In ������6hnWtibn with the  miners of this creek that they eviriced a desire  on every occasion to evade the plainest die--  tates of the law, and iri order to, do so they  often.'came to the Commissioner to extract an  opinion" out of him as to the course they should  follow rather than comply with the law as laid  down for them. This was a ver������ reprehensi-.  ble practice and led to great evils, just such  a hardship ae the Borealis company now suffered iii being deprived of their yalnahle property, | simply because they had not taken  ttie precautioii to stake out their ground  as required.. There was no' question that if  this company had staked oif the ground .within the six weeks allowed for that purpose it  would be his (the Judge's) duty to reversethe  Commissioners Order and re-establish them  in legal possession, but they had grossly neglected their own interests and must suffer for  such neglect, Hi3 lordship concluded a lucid  judgment,by stating that he was obliged by  law to affirm the decree of the Court below  as tbe appellants had not established one of  three things, viz: That they were in possession  of the ground when the Watson co'y "jumped" it; that it had -been staked off as-directed  by order of the Court; or that,the situation  the ground was properly defined in tbe record,'  Mr. Robertson made an application for  costs, and was forcing' several arguments on  h!s lordship in support of his views, when ,-*- -  The Court interrupted the learned gentleman in a good humored manner by saying;  4iMf. Robertson, the more you say the less you  have to say."- '���������*: f fl ;_.,t.y "  Mn Robertsons-Well, my lord, I know it is  entirely in your own dweretion to allow costs  or'not.'::'' '."'���������'".������ /'..:' ���������������������������.Ty,Tfi: Pf i^.f f[y:  The Court���������-The position which your clients  occupy, Mr. Robertson; remirids trie of "a pic-".'  tjftce I oncesawin a^ focptipiis almanac ofLa  burglar who hod been robbing a house, and  being surprised by the inmates ran down stairs;  ia his hasty flight he tumbled over the coal  Bcuttle; gathering himself up he leaned against  the wall, the very picture of injured ��������� lino-  ; cence, and exclaimed, "Such neglect I" ' '"HX  The force of the anecdote was keenly felt  by the learned advocate, who saw- that further pleading for costs in the case was useless.  The Courtr���������i cannot give costs in this case,  ,.; Wednesday, 21st June.   ���������  The Borealis ������ompany>p. Saw Mill company .--This was an appeal by the Saw Mill  company, Conklins Gtiteh,; from a judgment  of Mr. O'Reilly's lost seasons They ^ooght;  to obtain pl>8se8sioi Ty  ing between the Aurora jcompany1 end the  Saw Mill' company,.- but B beirig claimed as.  nari of the Borealis ground and held under  the order of Court referred to in the proceeding yesterday, it was awarded uhifter the deci-  flion of the Supreme Gourt to 4h> Borealis  company by Mr. O^Reiily.   ' fit.  Mr. Walker, who appeared for the .Borealis  company, said that after? his lordship's decision in the previous case heYhad no: alternative but to retire from defending the rights of  the Borealis company in a. Pourtt>f:LAW* ?> f;  The Court dwelt at great length ori the neglect of owners of claims/ An. liot complying  with the law,, and reversed the a decree inia-  vor oTthe Saw Mill compariy.o i ::������ ff ff ���������*..  T Mr.r Robertson made an application. < for  costa,but the Judge rcifused to; grant it. f  t  Mr. Walker, made^an application to -,<the  Judge, for time to stake'out the; ground of the  Borealis company.'fr ;/-��������� tty.}Ayf.f''f ������������������Mr**-"  The Court granted pneweekfor the purpose.  :, Crane vs. Vaughan^ cb_npariy>^This^wi_a an  appeal from a decwionofMrJCox in reference  to a right to water. :It appeared that plaintiff  had built a ditch on Iiowhee and had obtained a privilege to the surface water of the  creek.. The plaintiff's right had been undisputed from 1802 to 1*365, when the defendants  had built a ditch and taken some of tho water.  The plaintiff, and a witness named John Boyle;  proved that plaintiff had possession of-the  water and that his title to it had been recorded.  The "Court  said:���������:it  devolved  upon- the  Yaughari company; who were' the appellants,  to. show; a better;title than Mr. Crane.j     :' -'  : .After a lengthened argument from MrJRo^  itfor^ I berfetov who appeared fbr the:Vaughari<^m^  paiso. paDy,v thp, Court i decided 'that " Crane had  CAMERONTON.  <T Wh^osalp & Retail Merchants k Dealers _____.;.-  Xiiquors, - -provisiphs,  .Grrooeiiesii O lPthingi  . -t Hardware, Medicines, "Oriigfa ������; Miners Tools.:  p&fr*. The cheapest prices'%h the Creek.  A'E &MT&X&  I Request my -"Friends and, acquaintances  .,. to,recollect, that I have always .been and am still  opposeaV' to tMoi3ppoly.i, I. thank. them; for -their1 past  Uberal .patronage and solicit a continuance of it.  4_BTlam always prepared to sell CHEAPER than  anybody else.  H. EDWARDS,  MERCHANT, Barkerville.  proved his title,; and unless he (Mr. R;) could  put in a better one judgment must go to affirm  the decree. /      '.'- iff] fff Yfvffyy .:.-.  Mr. Robertson said he was not prepared/to  do.SOv Yi;f"t '--A .    f.yfTr A:\A.fr;.  S ihe Court^Then, .Mr.- Robertson, you are  fully warranted in withdrawing, f  X{ Judgmerit was then given for plaintiff with  costs. ��������� v.. 'Ay'---. .*/."���������    /: :*>���������:���������/     Tf ���������;��������� ,:-':  NO     MO  POL Y!  1  :SV-  K*..-^H-.-������:  The^wnaerelgnod wiliieep t^iistentty on h���������������,���������  a full assbrtmerit of r ���������    *MH  and Stialtionerjr  ���������' -.   ifp consisting of  BtJiLDKGl^  ���������:,,.--;: Bo__ts?;^;^c.; ���������-' ../..-��������� :���������'��������� ���������.,'���������' ������������������"���������fA"^  CARPENTERS % BLACKSJfl^ M  HAND,'CRt)SS-CIJT & WHIP SAWs; ff^M  SAW. PILES, all :^izea,- (Speak .* Jason's)- B  CAST STEEL SHOVELS, HOES & SLUICE m  if FORKS; ' A.>i.y.ffi.f-yiffA'f m  HUNT'S AXES AND H_4^CH_ii*3,,;-' ��������� 'f*M  AXE, PK?K, <fc Mp-).-flTO PICK HANDLES, g  '.;,'���������.���������  .   best quality; ���������:���������; .'i f.itfi,- ii.T.< ripX  CASI^EJEL (C(fl_^  ��������� 'ekes ;   ���������:-   .' ��������� ��������� '*."''  BLASTING POWDER & PATENT SAFET- ��������� M  .FUSE,} ::;':;':.-" '-#^  NAILS-rGoT & Wrouoht Iron, & Copter, ali'^K  CAitaROKTOK,   WlXLIiMS   CREEK,   B.   C.  WHOLESALE      AND     RETAIL,  "The   C������riBop  Bentinel?r  ������������������--' -WKlEfKiVrfPAVKK.  '���������''"��������� :  \; ;GEORGE ^V/ALLACE, Proprietors   ;;  Osnc���������������BARKERVILLl^ \ WxiiiAirs C&xav, Caxxiboo.  ,   Subscrip^oix.,$i'per week.- PX\:"i-y  {Inolqding cost of delivery,) Payable io the> Carrier.-.  COL ONI AL  H O T EIT  AW_>'  STAURAN  CAMERONTON.  :TV  THE above favorably knowa Ketablishmpni, tjnder  the aiiperintendance of MADABJE JAMES  JAffll&STA1* proprietrese, hasjuatbeen opened to the  public. The Hotel is fitted upAn the moat; comfortable;  style, and the Bestaurant is, supplied with all thedeii-  Xjacies'the market afforda. ' AFIBST CJ^^ COOK laas;  b.en-������ecure(I.-:'V: ' ���������': yiff ^-:'a->"���������������������������'������������������ ;'r;:'.^���������'-������������������  The choicest brands of Liquors, and Cigars always on  hand.   ,        -r            A'y.^:.^--AAffYffS.AJ  GROCERIES,  . PROVISIONS,  LIQUORS,  .SEGARS,  TOBACCO,  .    -HARDWARE,  .CROCKERY, . ':���������  ; ' ,;- MLXING. UTENSILS,  ������������������   STATIONERY,  CLOTHING, ., . XTX'i   .  BOOTS & SHOES,  ���������:..; ".;..";   .DEY GOODS, &C.X&G.  1;,;.'*. ;��������� -   ���������  f ki-'-; ���������  ���������ff:-: tshe&\   ft-''  RIVETS^Jr6n & Copper, all sizes;  SCYTHES. ������ SNAtKS,.STONES, &c;..  BAR, SHEET, HOOP & BAND IRON;  SQUARE i.OCTAGON^^ CAST STEEL;  MANILLA ROPE,vt_ltsiaesl  DUCK & RUBBER BELTING;  CAST IROiT CAR WHEELS;;  GOLD SCAL'fiS, 32 and 64 ozs., Ac, Ac.  m  ^J&fr- Goods bought at my Storo will be delivered FREE OF CARRIAGE to all portions  of Williams Creek, yf'\  . S. ELSASSER,,  I  RICHFIELD..  PATRICK    KIRP  PROPRIETOR^       I;  This Saloon Is fitted' up in'FIRST CLASS  ���������    .....       STYliJ,/with;;:V:'^':.;/";:::^  Pl^iaii^LB|Mi8q?d: Tables!  ^^TheBAR is suppliedwith^^^the FINEST  LIQUORS which can be procured.  BLANK,   P^KFT, AND MEMORANDUM  BOOK, all sizes;  LEGAL CAJ^, NOTE, LETTER & FOOLS-  .... CAP PAPER; ���������,'- / -'   '  ENVELOPE^ INK, PENS, BLOTTING Pi-  PER, &.;'. ;.:.'���������;.'  WEEKLY TliE BOOKS;  VIOLIN STRINGS, SONG BOOKS, &C.  A. MACKEfSIZIE,  'i   Barkerville, Williams Creek.  . ��������� ���������       _______      ���������".-... I.  iiH ;SCOTTp  tty  W.  %  %  h  Has oh hand a TVhl, and COMPLETE ASSORT-  !      MENT of  CAMERONTON,  ^TE'RMS;  garsf.  LOW  G-eneral Merchandise,  whiduhe is prepared to sell  As CHELVP as jby ErO^se on Williams Creek.  ..    ,  :."    \ ���������  'a y- ������������������'-.' ���������**_���������: -    ;---:': -    '"*'  Cameronton; Jus'Sad, 18t5S������.       ^v,s -     a  JOUTTET &CO.,  RICHFIELD.  RICHFIELD.  EBT.- QVf  PROPRIETOR.  MBRCtfAKTfi AJO) DKALCafl W  na____Ka8 x*  _..:AW-f--^ ������������������-;������������������- ���������/-���������-:- ffff       ' ff.  Provisions* Haj&waye. Liquors of the Beejt  Quality, and Galen Seeds suited for this climate.  _f__gr The CHEAPER 8T0BB oa Williams Creek. ������^ft  Rjchfleid, B. C;v jttitflit, 18051 /     a  UE  ^HF__ELD,  ON  revisions,.  iquors  And every other description of Goods required by the.Mining community.  9SST Moderate Terme.  ENGLISH & VANVOLKENBURGH,  ere  LIQUOIS gq_D WHOI^SALE' & BETAIL.  iTQRAGE.  __Sr The beat Staling for Horse* to bo found on the  Creek; Hay and 0������s always on hand;  FR A  18   CASS Ef  ./:,.,..-.  rpHIS HOTEL contains 18 Bed Rooms, whi oh are  X fitted up ml the best,style for tho comfort and convenience of gueets.       J ;  The Bar is' suppiied with ������LIQTJ0RS and ^EOikRS of  the best and choicest descriptions.  ^H'Ft'ELD  Richfield, Barkerville and Cameronton.  jsgp-A large* supply of the best Meat always on hand.at the several stores of the firm on "Vil-  IKins Croek>  to Miners andtotels at reasonable prices,  MB)   ffBlBTkGTKt IS OPENJ50B VISITOKS, and is ruf-  1 nished throughout in the -Best- Modem Style  for comfort.   -The Bedrooms are clean and well kepi*  r, t    'THE RESTAURANT.-   is supplied with all thodericacios of theseoeen, and  ,    tho B^liil is stocked with the  "f PUREST- LIQUORS'^ ONLY.  il__r^E^AIt|; of the fines t bra'uc! s e i: ha nd. g  i%  THE SUBSCRIBERS  will constantly keep for sale  throughout the season a choice assortment of Gen-  ,  eral Merchandize, consisting of . : '  GROCERIES  SUPSBIOB CLOTHING,  Boots ano Shoes, Minixo ani> otoer Toor_s,  .     Pajnts, Oils, Vaknishbs, Bkushes, &C3.  JSSgr The above motto will be our guido in every particular.    . J. H. TODD & CO.  Barkerville, B. C., June 1st, 186i3.  NI B.i-Itt afewiiays our Spring Goods will arrive,  t when we sha II have & full assortment of Gum Boots  ! and Coats, Sou'wester Hate   Cotton Duck, Blasting  " Powder, Oregon Hnras, and ^o. 1 Scotch Oatmeal.  /     BCHFIELD.  Mutton always kept on hand and supplied  ?  : BiftKERVILLB,  CHANGBLLlEm& CUNIO, Proprietors,  THE BEER is prondnced by the best judges to bo  of the Finest QwaUy ; it is sold-at the following:  rates: Who-esftle, Per r*Hon, $3; Retail, Per gallon, $4;  half gallon, $2; quart$1.  i A.ND  me  Barkeville, B..C,     .  A.   KBLlI'.  P,R03������SIETOR.  Everything;, is,done in ponection with this establish-  en t to give satisfaciicn-o the customers.  I  If  A  I  A  I  ?������������������-.  if SUPPLEMENT   TO  __T  ^lllmins Creek, British Columbia, Saturday, June 24,1865.  :is_  1; ....  C"*"S0H%  sSLUlCB  ^RKERVnAB^SATURDA:  .=__r--^____:  ANDL1__V  bGES,"al|^  SAP*te|  cmBf'all'l  &&&&  THE POSTAL contract;  |l|f#eTiave had several ^?m^^^^ ^  lilsubject, complaining:Xm, fcc^nwtptenns  Ipjtte conduct of the Government in reced-  l^^om it������ proposition io establish a mail  |$||lce< to "Williams Creek twice a week  Ijfj^li one exception, they all agree with us  |f_Mi?ifcere should be two services until the  llgraph has "heen  completed, when  one  Id he decried sufficient.    The writer^ of  'Ixceptional letter auggesta that the mail  ^Scsshonidf he e^rel*^ahollshedrandthe  N; , ��������� 01l|W������ carriage of letters' and".papers,thrown  5EL'* '   -  ^llllilhe hands of'the" Express,' .the. rate of car-  *: ���������: :x- fi'- 1������������^^  ���������������������������f '������������������ ��������� '^pfSp^ subsidy # fee -paid' the Expressman. be-  '���������*'       i^l'iW  W^believe the public generally would  . ;������������������, tf- ��������� '   i������lttiSi^n"i 'anything of the "kind."   The respon.  _*_������        f^WlW^y ������f letter carrying should devolve up-  'ff:X .^-^M@lhe- ^vernmeflt,;.^  Tf: - ������������������ '������������������'-: ^^|^_^^4^a^; ��������� Pstwsfc un^ r^ich ^the Govern-  r.:':-;v.^-,i^BS6 service- alone bah give, for the proper  ANDOM W^^P^^1109 ������* N*e*r cbrrespbndence.    There  ^BMS?doubt that Barnard's Express has been  " RlK18^ service to the residents oif the upper  ||^^_|try in times past, but with our trunk  f ^$SJ$i!Bh and settlers; estsAlished veverywhere  ig^lpijg. them it is time that we made advances  ^||:^^^..ffiti.'.'_iwfl,r.system -employed.In older  fXvMpi^0bre. favored countries;' We would urge  tiiSi^^i^e Governinent the neji.essltyforgiving  , the|ettlers, traders and minersof the country  ^r<^iermail faciHties^iand there would hot be  f fmtffpne to grumble even if it we're done by  f^wl'shiag a unu^orni postage on letters of  .^^^^eiitathroughout^^"^tho'ri.coTpnyj the latter  -��������� fg^Mottnt to include the cost of-deli very-;w here-  " ^������fe%it was practicably so to do.   We believe  rtSlt|iby adopting a proper system the revenue  ^latlad of suffering would be augmented and  if ISffiSiersai satisfaction would be the result.  FO()LS-  :WR_-  IZIE,  is Creek.  i  3SORT-'  iCARIBOG COUNTY COURT,  $n  i Creek.  tie Best  limat*.  f|-"      (Before WM/^  .'JJbaz & Hamburger vs. Loring X& Kino���������This  ��������� wasv_v8uit for ������30 8a. 'fid*- for goods sold and  i;;|||^|^|ced.   Mr. Loring denied that there had  ^?^|^^&i^. partnership existing between himself  ^l^SM|io, ��������� and satisfying his worship of the  '.ft tfiffijgEfr case was dismissed."..: XT ���������.���������.-,,- *  Xiii. ijfjt^^^^ for  ;������M{l||s61d and delivered*    Art assignment  StivinjJ been made by defendant for the benefit  ; f^ii^Mitbrs there was no order made.  ||i^|i||vi. Dickson.--This was an action to re-  rf:S���������Tf,e;^������8 4s. 2d., '.amount'-of promissory note  ^u^JSy defendant, who.is a barber ia Barker-  'f,.^tl&    The plaintiff was required to prove  pfftjj^pure to note, and for that purpose the  ^jptnri||f#as 'postponed, to next court day.   The  Mg^gf then adjourned-.��������� ������������������"���������'������������������������������������  &������__  COLUMBIA RIVER DIGGINGS.  ������ff$Ia  h.  d on the  pplied  u  TORS,!  M to be  .lowing  0Dt $4 J  abti3t������-          , ��������� just arrived on Williams  Creefeft'om Okanngan Lake, informs us that  yfcejnUlikman there before he left, on the 20th  . May* who had returned from the new mines  - Bbbvp|the Big Bend of the Columbia River.  pi-Ouj|ift|brmant learned from the man that there  } w||e;f from twelve to fifteen companies at  iXwii&iSnaking from two to five bunces per day  ^.^#?the':'haad.    There had been no big strikes  fi$$jt$������f but the minora were well satisfied with  j^Sejr present prospects.   On Rich Bar, at the  ^eni of the Columbia, a large number of  ! l^namen were at work, and reported to be  :%( making from three to five dollars to the hand  'pee day.    A great number of celestials were  :^*fj^on the way to the Columbia, where many  y$w������$e & good deal of money last year.  giff   '��������� MOUTH OF QUESNEL.  !|p|f|||l'*# is bm ofthe most prettily situated  tci^|s in British Columbia; located on an elevated plateau on the banks of the majestic  Fif^r, it commands a most extensive view.  ,'���������' Tne-ftown at present consists of ono long  streei facing the river, but it is intended here-  i after^o have several avenues running back  iatodihe country and intersecting the main  ;; street.    For a considerable distance around  |.to^;|fcown the timber has been cleared off,  i k^ibh is a precautionary measure against fire,  ������w|gell as conducive to the healthiness of the  -���������^Ip**.    Although there was an apparent de-  .'������������������PT.efetau in buak.caa when, we visited tho town.  yet ^are o^Jopinion that it can only be temporary^ Situated at the steamboat landing, and  within a comparatively short distance of the  mines, Queshel town must prosper and enlarge  Ife bonn^rie*(iin proportion to the .extension  of the mining interestaof_i?he upper country.  From its mild and genial ol "mate at all seasons of the year, as well as the proximity to  ���������thev__ii_^s/it:h_u8t hereafter become a favorite  ���������place"for miners, to spend the most inhospitable part of the Cariboo winter; in fact, we  shbuid; not be surprised to find it take^the  place of Victoria in-this respect Men are  beginning to see the absurdity of undertaking  a long journey twice a year when they can  enjoy themselves as well, if not better, within  a day's ride o,f where all their interests are  centered. JQuesnel-has at present one excellent hotel open, anil its proprietors, Messrs.  Bs^wa���������'& *Gmis, eonductiit with every regard!  to the comfort and convenience of their giieste.  Two breweries were nearly^;; completed^hen^  we passed through, aii old Mend; Mr. Kerr^  forraaerly of Victoria, being a partner in one  of them. The^business houses are both numerous and well.stocked with goods, and jthe  Bank, of British Golunibia has a branch  established, under the direction1; of Mr.  Townsend,. one of Its most popular and able  local managers.-^������;T^ little., steamer;  Enterprise^ commanded by Capt. Martin, formerly of, the Eliza Anderson, and whose business management is under one of the' most  gentlemanly and' obligingVofpureers, Mr.  Hunt,1 plies twice a.'week between Soda Creek  ������^a town ; in embryo^and the: Mouth, ind  adds considerably to : thei business ���������aiid" prosperity of the town* ; Before the close of the  present summer the/ waggon road connection  wiHdoubtleBl be complete^  many persons of opinion tbat, in the event of  Vancouver island hot being annexed to British Columbia, QuesnelMputhsfo made  the capital of the colony from its being centrally situated and! easy- of access, iirom all  parts of tbe colony. We are bound to say  that we share in th at opinion, and hope the  time is not far distant when its merits will b������  advocated by a proper representative and its  claims admitted by the^Gpverhmeht ^e  would urge up on the ihnabitatits,[ to make a,  demand upon the Governor, on his arrival, for  a charter of Incorporation and Municipal institutions. The town of Quesnel���������why is it  not called Seymour City ?���������is bound to advance, but its people must not be apathetic or  indifferent to their own interests.  TELEGRAPH : ������0 BRITISS XCtMIMmA:  We take tho following remarks from the  'Toronto GUbe" of the ,28th April:���������"Our  news this morning contains the statement  that telegraphic communication has just been  completed betwen California and British Columbia. The two great gold emporiums of  the Pacific coast���������San FranciBco and New  Westminster���������are now, as it were, in immediate proximity. It is only a short time since  San Francisco was tapped by the telegraphic  system of the Atlantic States, and that was  considered, as it deserved to be, a very important step in advance. This is now improved upon by the further extension alluded to.  The great change wrought by this work will  appear from the fact that whereas, heretofore,  the intelligence from our sister colonies on the  west of the Rocky Mountains used to take  from four to six weeks in reaching us, it  will now come in ah equal number of hours I  Our telegraphic report for instance informs  us of the universal sorrow, ielt.at the assassination of President Lincoln; by the colonists  in Vancouver Island and British Columbia,  the suspension of business, and so forth���������all  as naturally as if those distant colonies were  only a hundred' miles away! If the Russian  system be brought down to New Westminster,  as it is intended, then indeed will a wonderful cosmopolitan network have been completed. If to this be successfully added an intercontinental submarine wire, distance will be  almost literally annihilated.'*  TELEaiuPttiNQ,���������On Wednesday,April 19th,  the day of President Lincoln's funeral obsequies, the American Telegraph office in Washington City transmitted 75,000 words of reports to New York and elsewhere. All this  was done from 7 o'clock, p. m.f to 1 o'clock,  a. m., being at the rate of 12,000 words per  hour. This is a feat in telegraphing said never  tohave been equaled. The expenses amounted to about $3000.  "THE .CARIBOO SENTINEL":  ������������������". ' ���������o��������� "  Cards, Bill;Heads, Circulars, Posters and  .    ;'"ProgP*-_*nmes'lbr Bails aaid'Theatnciil'y^j  '���������v :-   - . '''.���������' Entertainments',       '''/Xh.'.\'f'- ���������  Executed with Neatness ������ud DtHpateh ftt Ihte Office.  ' 'Jj������* Terms Modara.o. -������&   Xfi.-itX,  '���������CarihnoSontinel15 Office,    \.  Barkerri'lo,  Willlanu Creek, j  READING   ROOM  .   ;-v-       ***     ������������������   . :,  Cirpulating  Library!  CAMERONTON,^ WILLUMS CRKKK.  nHHE TERMS. OF SU^IFTION hare been rednoftd to  A -"$2 per month:j?above 100 volumes of K������w Wo?__t  h^vo been onlyi lately added to the circulating Ubrirjr.  Parties .are solicited- to aubseribd.. -."   ft, r- ,,y  ',.'���������: 8;-.;=';. ff if jTOH^->BO*fw)N, Libratifta.,.  J; BEG<3-;& COir  .. ta ���������   rt.  ;;!:, .toria,TV*J. -Cariboo Merohants, *Whff. Compan-.  Commission Agents, Vlo-  oo Merchants, MlnTng Con  ifig^ and individuals requiring suppHea of Proylslons and  oilier tioods from Victoria, are hereby informed that we  will pufenaso^^^aUpplieB at:.Auction^^arid otherwise on the  best of terms at; 10 perJceut, ,Commission, incluiliug  charges of Bhipment at Victoria, where:remUtanco8 are  reouired to be forwarded to,our address.,; Freight contracted, through td Cariboo at tho. Wwost rates for customers. Cariboo ref������rencea-^Iames Cummlug^, Ayrshire Lasses and *Prihce of Wnales' claims,.1 and Charles  McHardy,: 'Salt Spring Island^^:(**o,> Gro*ue Croek.    1  SEB^ANT M(^RIfflYi Prop'b:  HE ACCOMMODATION which Hhte House affords to  __. travelers "'��������� cann'ot be surpassed; the Table Is weU  supplied with the best tlie market afford^ iaud the Bar  is stocked;with���������.the>_*ure8t Liquors \ Bedi^ Stabling,  Hny and Oats.    '���������''��������� '-'-"*"-*v- "������������������ ���������?'--  ir*.^;---;^r#WAMERS^ROS.-r .  HAVE OPENED THE ABOVE HOUSE for tho reception of travelers; the Table Is Well kept and the  Liquors cannot be surpassejU ��������� tbe jB-ds are cleaa and  comfortable; :Siabling- for Horses \ Hay and Oata at  moderate rates. a      '  ; -BLAIR BRQS.V fPRoraBTOBS.  TmS HOTEL Kf I_AR_JE AND-; WELC ^rTTSD'*0P  for the comfort of ,-travelers; tho Table is supplied  with, the best.of everything that can be had, and, the.  cooking Is not - inferior to. tho best hotel in the lower  countryj BedrborriB for families; Stabling/ Hay, and  Oats.; TheStnge stops at the 111 Mile House over night  on itgiway down country;���������;������������������.';      yyf:.- ���������- i.ai...  *.y\'  colonial restaurant;  ���������fff'fiff ^���������^���������QUESNEIj^:'������������������|^l^*H,-;������������������ f f;.y ���������;;���������. fu  ���������f':'    K L.;'JOHNSON^ Pitoi^rai^i        p  Meals at all hours, and Cookingjpf 'the best  tooription*   i if[;-'.f'p  QUESNEL; MOCTH,     ;:;  BRO*\YN & GILLIS, Propmstors.  Good Beds���������; Restaurant; Billiard Table, -&cy  Stabling for Horses, Hay and Oats.       a  CLINTON CITY.  FRANCOIS  CHA.P'JSR'OK'v..'..  m, Bikbr and General Store Kespeb.  KWONG LEE & CO.,  COfvlMISSSON fvlERCHAMTS,  Importers and Dealers in CHINESE GOODS;' Rice, Su-  : ' car, T������a, ProviBioDB,      aa--'J  QUESNEL   MOUTH.'    r       s.  J.^PERRODIN,  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRO^SION AND GENERAL MERCHANT,  Boots, Shoes, Tinware, Etc,  ff;    QUESNELMOUTH. 8  I  U__r It is proposod to erect a  Lincoln, Nte President of thd  Squire. N'JW x?\% city,, ,  monUmeut to Abraham  L'aited SUtcs, in Union  GIROD & GUICHON,  Old EsTABXJaHim General Stobb,  PROVISIONS, WHOLESALE & COMM&  SION MERCHANTS,  Storage, &c.-Terms most Moderate.  QUESNELMOUTH. s  FORT YALE HOTEL,  Kelley <te Lane, Proprietors,  A ODD BEDS, Good Accommodation and the Bes. of  XX Liquors at the Bar; Stabling for Horeos, &c.      8  LENE.VUE & CO.,  Wholesale  YALE, BRITISH COLUMBLV.  Hay and Grain at lowest RMca; Oopl aiabltsg-  Ca_*T������ to psrli*? buyiasf Foe J. a  "     " ,;   THEBAISKOP  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  . ..        .   *     ;/'. ��������� ��������� .. -.. i  f i li<K)rporat������l. by ,*l^yal tr^arter.  "^"   ,250,000  Capital* f ;y  yf.      ; IN 12,W SHARKS,  OP -$100 EACH,  f. ''���������'���������..       "With Power to Increase.   ���������  piVANqouvER ist;:\ND,  . VICTORIA���������Banii of, British ColutiWa;  NANAIMO���������Bankc of British Columbia;  '[���������"���������'���������    IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.  NSW WESTMINSTER-Bank of BritiBh Coliwa"iia;  YALK-Bank of British Columbia;  HOUm QaESNKL-Bank of British Col umWa;  IN THE UNITED STATES,  8A2ff ?RANC!SCO-Ban*t of BritlKh Columhia;  PORTLAND; ORKGON���������Bank of BritiaU Columlsia;  - -IN CANADA,  BAtik OF MONTBEAW  -'���������"���������'"'.'���������"BRANCHES &' AGRNCIES:  Montreal Toronto, Quebec, Hamilton, London, Rhag-  ��������� stOD, Cobowrg, Belleville,. Bwntford, Brook-  / .'TfllOjWhitby, Peterboro, Ottawa^ Gueipn,  - :,   .��������� Oodorich, Stratford, P;c.6n, Perth,  '.ff    '���������'-;'   'SiihcOO^St. Catherines;      ���������  "XT fTfyP:   IN  ENGLAND,   ;/'-'/.:  LONDON-Bant of British Colambia-^ Lombard 8t.  CURRENT 'ACCOUNTS opened for any amount not  1.83 then One Hundred Dollari.  BillsDiewuntodand Collected; and BillBOf Rxchang*  on Great Britain, Ban Francisco and New-York psi-  chaaed.   ''���������'���������"'._���������'  Drafts isauod on all the Branches and Agenciea.  Government and other Securitiea recetvod tor tafe  custody j Interests and Dividends collected.  Received on'Deposit, or Advances made; upon them.  "; Cameronto'n, "iVilUams Creole.: ��������� -;  VAN WINKLE, CARIBOO WJS3T.  THE above splencitd Hotel is now open for tho pabfcju,  the proprietor having taken _.reat pains through th*  winter to make it the most superior nouso in Cariboo.  Good accommodations, with suits of rooms for ladliw  ,, .orprivate parlies*^..Attachedto,this Hotel ia a  f -,. -, i ^IB3T Rl^/siiia^Ap^ ���������.     .  where can tie obtained the most choice brands of Wines,  Liquors, .Cigars, $_. f-:... ....yf' f   fffff,  ���������;,    '" -.N. L. MoCA^Bnt, PrbprtetoT.  To=prevent Baldness, Restore Hair that bar  fallen off or become ��������� thin, and to cure. .ffectuaHy  ��������� v.',-Vm .Scurfor.DandruC^ .���������";'.-.'  GcABi?rrsi_i:the Rbstobatios qv Ham in ons w_w&.  I'OR iTHE.TOILOT^Tliis Invigorator Is made particularly, for Ladie������:af ter iUhess a to. be U8cd,with tho oil  prepared by]thfe' proprtetor;~,,:'';|Sr8t,I saturate the hea'd  wi th the In v igorator;' rub well' wi th a hard brush; th en  oil; .it will also relieve the headache, and give the hair  a darker glossy color, and the free; use of it will ko������'j*  both the skin and hair in a healthy state. Ladies wW  find the-Invigorator a..great addition to toilet, both in  consideration of its delicate and agreeable penume nn-i  the great facility it affords in dressing the hair,' whiijjt  when moist with it can be dressed in any re^ulrm*  form so as to presorve its place, whoth^r plain or ta  curls. When used on children^sjneads, it lays tho/ouu*  dationTor a good head of hair. ���������-./-���������  Prepared only by  W. D.  MOSBS,  .    Barkerville, next door to Madame Beudiieo1 ���������*.  FOR_SALE.       c    ���������  A BOARDING HOUSE,  Situate In Cameronton,' .Williamn Creek, which ts w������tt  awed up and iu '(till working order.   Apply to  _^ ' ���������  ,   . '      ..      MRS, 3. KDWAP*D8  inal..  3_fOT PUGS of t_ie best description supplied to pnr-  tles at their own residences at .  f      TWENTY-FIV*E CENTS  EACH.'  New Westminster, British Columbia,  __ssgft3. GREI.LBY BROTHBRa,. -   -   ' *  ,��������� Proprietor.  C__Ml__________-HDDKrKBWliMa__LB^^  Storage and Forwarding!  YALE, b. a  Parties Shipping by theTale-Lytton Ronta  arc advised.that KIMBALL & GLADWIN hnvo  erected extensive Storehouse and Dock at Yale, B. C,  and are prepared to Receive, Store and Forward Good*.  The capacity of the building is about 400 tons, and if i<  perfectly isolated, offering security from firo jsclo. n\  met with in interior Towns. Goods Repacked an-i  lYeights engaged at Lowest ra.es. Parties shij^Hiig  goods through us will mark to the care of  lm KIMBALL & GLADWIN\ vsl?.  F* V. LEEr  Auctions er,* M_mn_.  Agent,  and Coils-c-Of-.  RICHFIKLD.  __������$������ AU ij'vney Bu.!in^id attr-a lad to.  ���������. m>  TOlCAMBOO  ItAE-bm^^  ?,v>   ��������� :.   ; ,-:-?\k .. .-. #vy\~ .. -.-: ��������� iV. ���������-..    ��������� s������.-      ��������� fee .. ?  oii-aat  t.nea^-  ote wbd:hSs  To thb ls_brroR of *&%���������$���������Cariboo SfiNTBfEL.*^  - i_i_^!W^  some remarks, in reply'M 'A \$fer ^59^ "Fre-  nando** -which apptar^^^  . paper. f I came, to,Britishjfeluinbia iti the fall,  ������������������ of 185S,^d tfun^  have never b&eii? ^ricejout o  ���������'��������� { I'riAye k$o^*_j.;if^ pot e^wy  ly'every'miner aiid trader-* of  resided the in country^ince��������� I ��������� caijte'' to i c^, ^  amon^t-theTestth������  tnands/the large Exploring ,part^oa .thejCol-:  ���������orabia.^1 have been not only ^er^oftalljr ac^  quaintest, fcifli Mri*Orr> 1ite?I:have %eenin-  partnia^ip.withhim in .many j,6f His!felning  enterprises.     In additional have ever\been  pn6 of fo ^arm^t ]^  ed h_m^Wl(ie]Ci^me wfiorsliould^ave stuc|_. by  hitn^bai.0lyde^  to be able to^ive -aj_;opinion r^eBpec^iUg Mr.  boundSto cleclare that, with. fte^ce^ti#a of  twe^ Sr tlir^e1 strong p_trtisah6$f Mr] 0rrJs^  t^ere.J| n&p>Wan who doesribt eiadbrfe ^ery];  w^rd^uliavefwritteh." ��������� 'fiff"' 'f ��������� ^v* ���������.??'* Tf  ^tCriis&ng'thtit'you will pursueybutfearless TORT 'HOPE.  andindopendent course for the bene^  K. SUTERv iff '  *tf__NIHQ| AGENT^AND ipQKE&,|   .  RrcErasLD., i|^ r\ 'if '"'  kjfids t>3f| A������ency������pusin*ii8jattendect^Jto.  Office opposite; tie Parfe and Etfnddn H^tel.. j$[ ���������  ���������WF*  public,  .'.1 am,&c.,  _:1    'A^CARiBobEioNEEi.;  ts ^boundaries. TatHSiEmtor Oi* '-raE/'lCJ^iuboO^ Seotd*"SL.'?  V: ������g*,,^r^eehy,a? letter r in ryou^lastpape^  ifiatr the^ writer pfijecis^ M' the forfeiture;. of  ,cjaim^when.ire^record has\ Ok.pt taken place,'  mM-thinks a^e-^>nlyshq^{^4*683hfl&ted in  suchirase^ ;:. ^ vjkhiitr'tber^ are?  boX^tftree&in*_rXX& Ctf*rib.ppl w$o .Bti^rejn'su*3h  it'view^ff.If,4 cjajin"[is; ;Vajiiable_! pr. worth; ve?  t^nihg^lhere is no. Jia^lfi^in^ requiring its  annual record}' and1 ���������. an^i^u^le^toe,.owner-  inay have -haS in going to t^e Regi^ry bffi'ce  once a year Js ampjy made? up for by hisk- in*  dispiitalile^itle.^ If ^Bdumer'&-. plan werrf  adopted there would never be such a thing  ���������at^ti ;^ rie-^r company  IX,- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c., J$p&JIope? B, ,C.  ..._._._.-:���������. ������.-  HICK'S HOTEL, Lytton Squakej Kr^Wrotminster,  B.. C.-;. Philip. Hicks,: Proprietor.:., The':' above..fay._  orably known^house. is now. dne'Cto the nubliq j;���������the Bar,  "���������is, constantly;;siipplied;'with^tl_:6' choicest 'br^i_us| p%  .-Liquors and Segars.v-:> -f 'm^fT^^ftffSYv.^ }_r f  TH|h BAPt OP :;,  ��������� ���������'���������;-_ ?-:fv;Cha_i_$r.���������":*% ;...__ ^p  PaH to Ca^taS::.^&^|L.,:^0nnii  Undiviaed Netl>rofits,      - - -.:^ffi{t;#  HfiAp Ofkob :  ST. HELENS PLACE  ESTABLISHMENTS:  toa.  It is trae? "heaftemards found his way to Gari-  bctb, b\it ^o^hS^thereamo  of pioneers-.in ^early,flayed, when ^fci^equiired  ^tbe stoutest^^^^ hearty:;thegreatest physical pow-  er aild^!iohle8iaeMtnrtWie'Jtos ehable }���������fflen^#  ?.-peficef_*8i^  ^of'difttjjfiiiij^a^  was h-Sp-mon^ ^  comparatively ^f^e^la^rj2^^ ; and  hardship which a BUCGessfol^proai^ctor.mus^  Orr's fitness ;;?pjf^thp;;jpjtt^  and i*ii^b*=.ii^ye that lsjljhkpo^  /��������� .;"and"* npi.?ij3if^  ^ort^, fwhicli;^uto^iio^ J^Q^WI  ^hemfprepiape;vrny>v the public'  '  iiiroughypurampartial^  ;. states ihatAfMr.iQrf'sitl^^  colony|;���������hi^iig*^i^^  euce.as a^miner^sfiisjg^h demehnpr  anft the/Spiri^  _���������,- those wSpTw. te^(pllw  ;him ^riSithetposItio^-whic^  Now,^ slr^ho-'bneiiwili^den*f4heffirst proposition, thiat^MrS^rif^ time -in|he  colony, *6ut:_������pa:^at"p^nt I; join issue--yy^b  your. corre^pEclenfci ^. Mr. Orr'a exp^rk  ;erice al-ammer;^  ersidmmediately'pouribe^^  jClaini t*hev grounded 'then'; # ^bttMCT^ *^eW  ;tI^M_"__ft$^  .fea_^rfe^'tar:pA^^ -the' 'imeiiv  ���������whose4tibor de^eloped^  perty^^irid^  ^tp^p^iyciM^ Openingj'tiptip*f the cpuritfy?  Sy ,riaweanfl.ai^&  would b^^r^e "benefit of t*(e 'mining conv  ifi^t^if^ ^jury! of ^miriers* we^^emp^niieled  rboasay^thatlf; such a systemJwere carried ;into  e_!te6t^ that* .unnumbered Xbvf\M iwould ^rise^  ^^r^idifflqutty wbuld!^  ^te!^&fl*inPt^e direct  ept^4jwopf jgne;^side v :or^he pother of miiairi^  .di^pju^gs; an^^j-Ka c^iv^i^yKelp imppi|tmg;  ���������th^iiv perac^lii^  ^lec^nsdix^rte jtiryibo  ^r^^judg^Jwho^eveF  ^ju^ng-^ntui-es^  an-iexperieii^ CommisKUQner^the miners are  betteir-of������?w_temO^ ���������M;i feet justicp^  than^ if fo^were]in-rthe hands of their p^ersi  ���������'iYv ���������_��������� "������������������������������������r-;: '������������������. ,������t������������������:���������" ���������'��������� :-������=-��������� n*^ f*-*v ^ihlQm^0r  HENR^ >;. **?^*8R^ jForri  .warding and C^m.mJ^siou^Me'rthaht;;:aeal'cr;iri-Pio-  .visions; Feetl * &c; ' Bond'edv storage for' 1000 tons "of  Goodiingloue^i^ -'OtidHs FBtjw-ard-  led up oountryj;_oti'd ftvery^^ tecarimodatloh given to ves.  [ sols loading;or- discharging,a-t^.tl\e .Liverpool, pi upper  wharf. _' New Westminstor^British Columh. a. "f i ^n e  ' '^^:?::'��������� m&Ti6%fiff fff yyt"  UJKIKi)9"OI^DRY GOOOEV.CL6rails*<jj:'BOOTS  J and Shoos,- can" bo * bought'- cheaper at*"th_rstore":df  the undj?rsigne4 jtbairat-any.-'^tb^j^ace ltt_4he,poior_yv  , EverytarUploiinarked in plain;flgures.vaTerra^QC-Sft;  N1.3*���������Orders' from the upper; oountW^feceiVe'prdnipt  ^dtteniipnYf--vX- -y f>fA$rWnWt^(&^i  >r si;&_: Opposite:Colonial Restaurant;sNeiv? Westminster*  ���������- ���������   ���������;���������'--���������-��������� ���������������������������-������������������������������������  '-   >>y     r -��������� -1. ������������������- r T - .A'"* -..'.-.-^'...-. i. ,....{������������������ ���������  '-'-urt.t  TJ"-,f:MABKS,;*W'atxj*hmak8r;& Jeweler,)  X3. ���������.^Tfttes street, .yicjtorjaj ty:. J,,fkceps! ;.cbn. L���������-_.-  stantly 'oh; hand-. a superior ��������� stock' of ;<3old' and -fe*afr-  Silver WATCHES, - G^ld Chuins; Buckles,' Plated Ware,'  ,Glook$,4ikof:ioParticularjattehtioh paidftoj repairing  ^atchc^ sitfd JewjbkyjiTtAll work warranted*;������ Orders ]  tfiWlttf Country promptly attended:;to.'M' '"  ^^"Y^a  ._���������*;  m  9  s;  ������(?.  DF^.^*m & ;^ij_i^  Ic? CHANTS, Wholesale'Dealers iii GRb'cBRiaS^ridJ^pi  visions,."Wharf(stroo^tVictoriv*    ;";;.��������� -y ^������ ' ������*��������� '3riji'���������"  ti  instancffwhOTe^tha^rg done anv-  .  thing titf.*^  :' Xtyi, i Has: he^*rl;d^e;one;sin^ piros^  pecting dvjffin'glils^w he  had any'practical- experience Tito: qualify; him  fot'theexaltedp^^  ''iboo whd wishes to s^eak the truth^urid jwfttp;  ? is not lt_A:way^  '. frieud,liM wiltjiuft  , that JamesJ^ to any such^  ; diatinctionV ^Mr. OvPp ^spirit to^eadl'^^Well,  haB heLvevinced'l^ifJv^lent as* ,a4^ader|? * I,  would re_e#^Sr^Mao"^tP his parliamentary  ,. career, and"it\%e.^p]*������!^*dbt^find^James;pi*r���������"��������� a  weak and'xrmgi^  bo^ tlieh he: cannot -ilay:��������� aside his prejudices j  ior the sakfe of'tfuthl- f^Buti!sir,*toe*re aVe.men.  iri Cfeft"Spp._i^ ������*  *Nlr! Orr's ;meritajitli^ hisiull; career  Ijeforo them,; theyihave tried him, given! him  fair', piay^;jtidjged hini leniently,!;and hay^ de-  claredr pn h^*^l^^$?^9?^^^  tit man fori a mmer^repVesen&tiye. s JJad Mr.'  Orr been a candidate for the suffrages of jCar"  ;iboo miners for ^P head fyparty ofrprospeetdrs  lie would' have had tlie same place on. the. poll  books that-he occupied last falf for the"Legislative' Cbtihcii~-the bottom of the list"} Mr.  Orr is *heilher ft min^^  io it himself );npr.a leader of men in any ejense  of the word. He is a good-natured, genial,  pleasant companion] biit there his "eminent,  flthess5' ends. '*Fr#'nando?rsays Manydeficien-  . ciesin Bfr. Orr is m^de up for by the men.  who compose .hia_rxompii������ny.'! .Rehas! one  r man. I)ave Gardiner, who is well ciu^lificd;as.,  a member of tlie .expedition, for the * others  ihe less said -the;:^b#ter.- : Some- of :th&m are  good'draftsmen,! and I-have_ doubt the. fppo-,  graphical features of the (Country;will be accurately ,lai*4 down.. Before I elose-I-wish to  say that t object to the principle altogether  of paying prospectors salaries. " It is badrlt  has ho precedent in other countries, and'hie ver  willVe siiccessful or satisfactory.   Atthebest  8uch.an expedition las Mr. Orrs will only ;lead;  to a superficial knowledge of the countryf a  wasteful expenditure of money and universal  dissatisfaction.   A dozen hardy fellows whose  minds are bent on prospecting for the love of  the thing, find who would get their season's  gruh free would do more to open up new  diggings than twenty parties like Mr. Orr's  with their $75 per month and found besides.  liut a mistake, a "blunder, a false move has  been made by the Government and of course  it must be bolstered up by some one.    You,  sir, have done & service to the public interests  in denouncing the appointment of Mr. Orr,  wid time will prove you to be right in your  remark*.    1 have moans of ascertaining the  #  (���������wlAax^-i^;S-a&tA.  ���������������!.- /rffoKik-iiivi ���������, _^4*iA|  ' Ajfe|.rful' plague^has broken .Jout .in St; Pe-;  tetliburg, vtar_^in^;de1i*___ ^ihtP^th^vflands"!of  hdnieS;r;d'/Fhe; ���������Bej^iaKco^R*ftporident of the  ;Lo*q4op ? 'TJmes,{ who claims :to - hav%1gSod  tsources of information; ? deveiopes the theory;  that there;are- nos leas than' three- maladies *exJ,  .ls^rigl^the.sam������^^ time in St. Peterabxirg* I xbp  ii^^ffie^e^in the^prder: pf itsJ^eaimg^out,  is called 'meningitis jgpinalis,^ which, made 'its  appearance--ae- early as October last.-��������� iThis  a&ea5e:chie{^^*to���������ik8Jchi^^ ftspas-  modic affectiomof ithe brain^and spinal cordv  The ^mortality is; (saidi. to ? bPr from twenty to  Miy-,per. cent. Xp In, .the ,fQUpwing*mpnth-(typus  iippeareol; "b'jcfeiir^inigipbradicaJly aVfl'rsti'arid  gradually developed into a malignant species  of Jfetoi^recurrensZ 7.,. Jihfe fev^erjaats for a  ^eekWCa timV^vahd- intervals; of the same1  length separate-the various attacks.    During  the intervals* the /patient Ms* app arehtly reko vJ  ere.4i_huton?th0 ^second or third att^ck;there.  is a^ general =:collapse, decomposition of the-  %1 oodfand"paralysis.v*��������� The mortality froni this'  disoaspiiailfe^ twenty .per; cent., has risen: to  forty.   The .last disease which seems to have  broken'out m the'beginning Of March, isjdefi^  :ig iia tied the Siberian Blague/  Of ��������� this se v enty  ptar cent: die within ti few hotirs.' 'A* strong  disposition to vomits which' cannot be satisfied,  a^sw.eil".*_.������* ;pf.ithe stomach,* Ipesti_eaj!;iai cuf-  buncifls, and dark, color1 pf, the skin, are 'tttr*  mistakeable symptoms.   It is the Black Death;  The^ opinion of ;Dr. Charles Murchison, of  Lon don, Atp ��������� eminent _*_^gl ish' "medical au th or-  i^,ha_i?been obtained,^   He.regarfls, the malady as the 'relapsing ^cver,1 - a��������� ierm whichi we  suppose, is simply the Ehglish for the 'febris  recur reus' spoken of by the 'Times' correspondent.   This disease, Dr.Murchison says,  has been: Jcnpwn, in. Britaiaf-and Ireland for  two1 centuries, aiid ''constituted'the great part-  of the Irish epidemic of 1847,*" about which  time it was prevalent in some parts of Germany.'. _ According to the same authority this  'relapsing fever' is made more fatal by an ad-  jnixture oif, ordinary .typus.- ���������_ But even ^upon  Dr. Murphison'SjjOtvn.ehowing, the mortality  of Relapsing'fever and typus together is far  less than the dreadful mortality of seventy  per cent, ascribed to the 'Siberian plague.'  We have, therefore, either to infer that he ignores the appaliag stories told of the 'Black  Death" at St. Petersburg, or to find in the  wretch*5d.condition of the poorer classes in  that city���������tb whom the epidemic is almost  wholly confined���������a reason for muoh of the  frightful fatality attributed to the pestilence.  Dr. Murchison says there is little cause for  apprehension as to the importation of the  Kupsian epidemic to Engl and;  EDGA!B-&tAlME^C6  Wholesale .Dealers iir Groceries - and PabvisiOMS..  ? Wharf/8treot,'yic^ori5_^nwuvc^ titft,\ ftf*  T;6*WEBR6TH"r_TRS,COm^  JLi and Importers >6f: Pro visions," GROC^iBs/-French'  .Wines^ uLiquprs-^ -.Havana Cigars, ��������� \Naval Stores;:: R6p'6;:  CJanvas, Oars,'^ec.', Wharf street, Victoria. *, ah >. ��������� .s-3;'  Kingston;-.   London, C.W; Brantford;" mt*  fr/yX "f_:*WWT^ B:; ;��������� Victoria, V.I;-ttX'  , f. f r v , j >*-,^;J,J. -.:��������� x AGENTS-:' t * >��������� i,; fyy..  Scori^Mrn^National Bank of :BcotIand ���������  "fuj^***^^^ .  FRANca-^Marcuard^Andre _t Oio,-P*ris'  AuOTttAT.iA���������Union Bank of Australia; V  .^M^9??S^*VAVAi^fphartereil Mexcantie B������  .   (   India, London and China':[������������������ ' '-"; vy_ : M!;  ,? BRApfe; ISSUED - otf Xondoii^ New Voile. ')$0-  Cisco, .Canada* Kowi B runs wick' -Nova Scotiaj m "^-'  the(.Branches of the4National Bank of Scqii_S;---  Trovinclal1_'ai^of;irclantl)^:;;!i.1 ";- -f- f<fff  f "Bdtf of. .Sxcliirage;a_ict -Gold. I**u_*cl|;S  ^Interest on Special Deposits-of rMoneyalloivift  rate of a auartorj of,,pne!por cent, per month., y$m  *' il^The Bankr.cclves G^rtu 'Dust'and'BarsiPl  keciping ,wtihout charge ,5^uiv4erttaT������^Si-t]tjieT)urcbv|||i  sale;i>f-Stock: the4C9liectiqn,9l;BiU3^.nd'.pthjerffi  ousineaa in t_i^JcrriitcdJStates 'and Britfaia: PrbY_^w-'  no*  fetni*^_j  ' Qoi^S^t1'M\ te d^'ahd'r A^ayod',' 'i  Within ^hou^fH^in'cV^Ars;^;;;'^  Oresof Qve^!descr1ptiour carefully Stayed  !&\&rr>AMy-;instr_ict:ion3;as jto ^ho;dispp^al;c'_S  i tJ*\'J  and  returqi-'  ���������;Y"ctori*v*v\ :I.j M^_v."t*5*5*������.  '������������������Vm  m  EELBOWSj^RQSCOE^ COi'Inrporter^ of  riGENEBAi; Hardwarb .a*������ lRonj iMoored! Buildiiig,;  fXa^jStreot;fSTiotoriaJ|'V.- I.f) 1>.-.: f<. y\. -xf-^^m- ^xnr .  1 SELEERS &^^ STATIONERS, constant!^Buppli<x%o%  receivi hgrfrom ^est sources, Schooli i'Stah. Ia(r,d^ andWs$  ceilanepus.Books, an d :Stapla^and? Ef.iicy'.Sl"atioin'ry. in.  ail its Branches.;rc6rrier" yates "������������>r: t-^w^tAvj. ���������t.*-*t.*,_--'  Victoria^ *yahc^ve>:Island.  yates and Langley streets,.  *        ��������� ��������� ��������� .������������������������������������...'���������.       ���������.**������������������������������������(���������:���������:  * A -. LBION���������. ffiONvTOBES, ^ic^oria,r jV^.^  __i-. Manufacture. Steam -.Engines, andv .Boilers. otn all;  siawsj ��������� piiartz'Mills' M iuinglHimps^ Flouring Mills ��������� Gang,,  Sasb', <Miilay^ and: Circular5 Saw Millsi. IrOn and Brass  Castings,, and .ever* thing; cob hectftd ;wHh.the business;  'fr^ffTyX^ -  QCO^TCH:^ ^X*.^;!^i: A,filc^eai.;; and tCo.,  O'HdsrkRs aki>jGeneral Octfitt������Rs; 'Miners and  others will flhd at! the'ScOtcK-BioUse a ^pleri'dicrstock of  Clothing, Boots and Shoes,; and Dry Goods ofievcry des-  crip|.ior_j,all of-.the hest quality' ��������� and >fc very modezate ���������  prices..; Fort, treetf- vie toria, y." I. ���������-'ff:.- f..'f''.. I *,s'.,*,  t)-'TORiAr-- f This Hotel, >t6'which isr attached a j/fl  Tiint i and - Bar > Boom;' '-< is-- one <of the- in est ��������� cbBfelH  ���������establish-dents. >of- the kind on the: Paciflo Goiil  furnished rooms for., single. persons .and familial  most important Londoner ^eiscri',-.and^Califoniil  papers rccelvedfor the use Of boardbr8>f^':'*' - |_������  .A. McCBEA.,iAuctioneer. .WHA_k-&_*_!  ,'i yic^ida^*VancouverF"^ian4*.rr''������ti b f %  r\Am^ SG<yTT*&X������f Auctioneers fi  Uj 'Gommission MrRCHASTS|_ Gity AuctWut^ooin^  street^ ^VictorJa\ :��������� <3ash adyai^dxa^_,^chaB������lia.;ip  amouui^c^nsignetl for^sale. ,. Bofercnce-^Hon, Rp  *_.AV_.o^"6f H; ���������ty<^?^^ p  itf&i ��������� .X>A*vTTES -.&= CO.J: Auotio_ieers\_^||  ;df mi"Kiss^ps ;MBROHAKTit,..Fire,Prpof,..{_tpneWp  ;Wharf, street",. Victoria*"V. "I" ^IjljeraifAtlYa.tiWsg  'on (^hs*gb'ments.'->iV-''M:!:.^;lv?/'>:r'V-^ .'-*.' iy'\M  TOHN^ Fw COUCH.  Importer \a-nd (k$  ^i COMSII^IONiJ^MH^^Commerc  street, Vieltoriaj'Ya . 'fi  BUNSTEB.:  GOOD ; ALE   'ENQITIRB ! FOR  ?..T' POORH35AD and GO., COMMISSION MER*  'V'm CHANTS and" Importers' of *GR'ocERiEs; ;. Pro-  VISI058, Prouuce, &.&*fWharf street, Victoria, V.;I.if ':s  THOIvIAS ALL.SOP,T: LandiAgents anct' &enx  s BR al : CpMau ssion- > Agent, GovornmeUt street, j V icto-  rin. "Vancouver Island; f.f... TyA '���������f-.i:ifi*fi^-i l-.3-~J *  JOHN;WILiKIE and'CO!,'Mferfcriaiits, W:harf  Street,1 Victoria,:Vahoouver'Inland*- ':f^-:''f' ���������   s'v  R. POWEIiB, * has Reinoredi Ihis "��������� t Office-  .; and, Residence;;from Fortr street to. ������������������ the* proTuiS*^  lately occupied'by the Mayor on. Broad,street, Victoria,  V ���������'."!.", OtQce hours 9 a. ��������� nx to 12, "aiid 8 p. rn. to 10.    s  .T' J. s6**_TTHGrAT*E and CO,v UniontWiiABvj:  tl ���������   Victoria, V I , and Battery street: San Francisco.  ".'.-;-- ' Ti~. T'iVicroRiA, February 34,11865.  rPH*$'UNDERSIGNED, haying purchased the goodwill  X ofthe late firm of Guild, David & Co., will continue  tl ���������������_ Wholesale Provision- and' Commits lon: B usiness,' at.  tlie store,- corner-of Bastion and" Wharf 'streets;- under  the firm of WEISSENBURGER ..vSCHLOESSER. Mr;  Jules David .will act as Manager of.������aidf business. ;Th.  business'on Government' street will ho carried on as  GOLDSTONE and BROT13ER, Age^y  the Pipnoer. Flour Mills,, Commissi^** 31ebcs^  Importers1 and'Wholesale Dealers in .Grocerus-  visions, :?D|rv Gqodsv ^CtotHrwc, Boots a_V_> Sboi^;  ;two-story= fFireproof.(^Building, Reid'.s'.Block,;ixX  tup stores .of; J. Wiikie __ Co. t aud.Ste wartT& .Ca,?"  street;'Vidtbrtiir- ,!' ,~"' >;."'[ f 1-."'['     "''' '  Ls:Xi*HOTEI.I*eB. Importer and Dealer.fc.  i; SERIES, PROVISIONS, T^ES i: UQUOg  7 Wharf street,*hetweeh Johnston^and Yates,1"ViJ.  Vancouver r_tehnd.  ���������:rp_j)BB__i_jB, SH!OT*BO*CTJ'bisI^___ii__g Cliil  ������>XV* A^n' Druggiot; 'Johnson street, {Victoria, YM  spcotfuUy solicits the attention!of :Miners.and tiS  ���������lieS&igeneral to,his,well assorted stockof. pure������__!  Drugs, Chernicais, ,and Perfumery; also tot hi!lip  for 'Rheumatism', which is an' invaluable' reme. .S  thisldistressing complaint.   -5        ���������..;/���������;���������   ; <:-���������-.. j^  im  BEERS, ^UQUORS of every 'description. '&k  warded to the Mining Districts .j..;*- ���������:>.iii    ;Vf  HOTMa DIS FRANCE, Yictoria^."v,J:  uBiOS*__ __>*_>' Pierre Mancikt, Proprietors. V;  taurant ia supplied with all tbe delicacies ito5  affords..  In the Bar will be found the;cholcestI*  Furnished Rooms, ^e...    :       : ��������� lJ  heretofore  WEISfiENBURGER & SCHLOESSEIi '  f^DQ-AB ifARVlN* Corner Fort and *__ANGf._t  Hi Street, dealer in IRON & HARDWARE., Agent for  the sale of, the Boston Rubber Belts.   -::,.     y s.-,. .  L___WISLEWI*3^ CLOTHIER, yates' strebtJ Vic-'  toria, opposite Bank of Biit ish "North America. '���������"���������&'-"  GSUTRO & CO.i ImroRTERs and ; Dbaieus in  ���������   CIGARS, TOBACCO, Meershaurn Pipes, &c, S Ei  corner of Yates and Wharf street, Victoria       ; i   s  F. HEISTERIiiAN. LAND AGENT, ft) Government street, two doors south of Fort streej.  Victoria, Vanctmver bland. _ J  THOMAS OOXiDEN, WnotESALE, and Retail  Dealer in WINES, BRANDIES, BEERS & UQUORS  of everj'. def criptiou, Corner uf Fort and Wharf streets,'  Vic to ria, Vancou vc r Island. r   ���������  '1 m'''  n-REXxLEY '&V-FITERBE. VictonV  ���������XJtf Solo ;Ageiits |for NapoleOn's Cabinet Cn*"*  PietressoadOiSt.Aabin(Jhampngnedry, BoucW'  Jules Munim Champagne, Eugene Clicquot Cb^!  Bokers' Bitters,1 Sainscvain's * California Wine*  t������rsv Hostetter'a Bitters, Bancroft Cider, Logn*;"':..  G. Preller Claret. A larg������ stock :of BondJQ'  Brandies,. Whiskeys, and -Liquors of eyery ^,  alWays oii hand. ..'., Grbii^t. ic * itw������-  Iibporters aud Wholesale D*  t,1-������'   fy ':  Junction Wharf-! arid Johnscnj  T) EJdOTAI-.'   J. pt'jnngermssm.f':  IX -MAKERand JEWELER, has removed to t :  proof Brick BUildihg^ within one door of wm-..  k Co. *s Express OQlce, Yates street, Victoria; >��������� -..-  TO MERCHANTS.  TIME is Momet, and if you would save both ship  your Goods by the * Yale - I_ytton. Route.  A; B A BLOW* Commission and Forwarding Agent,  Fort vale, British Columbia begs to inform Shippers  and the public in general tliat he Is now prepared to  Forward GoMd lo tho Mines on tho most reasonable  terms, and without delay, m All goods consigned to the  ahovu will b������> promptly attended to and stored in a  '.fireproof warehouse. 5ai  r\ICKSO*N,' CAMPBEXL <fe CO.,-%,:  AJ srox Merchasts,'Wharf street, Victoria, .,:  ver Island. H, N. DicKsbs & Co., "London; H;-  DkWwJ._rCo.; Sdo Frafaois^o. _f:.  HENDERSem & BUBNABY, ���������W$t  and Commission MaRCiUNTS- Wharf street,  V. I. j ������ind Ko*. 17, Gracecburch street, I/>ndoo.  yates1  MALLANDAINE, GENEIUI,CQMMI*SI0*>;  and Collkctor, Moore's Building, "9  Vibtoria, Vancouver Island������  GUY- HUSTON. Deaixr xn GUNS, ������&}$%;  ingTackls, Powder __ SHOyYate-^reas^?.  Importers anp. W'j  JULIUS LOKWI & CO.,  Dealers ; ��������� Age'n ts for'  Burglar Vrooi Safes and Vaults, Victona  Dealers;- Agents for'Tiiton k }}^Uy\ Pi  fWr0>"G.LEE &C0-,  Commission ������*������aV\-  x^_ porters and Dealers in CHlSEfcb w*!\ .  Sugar, Tea, Provisiorw, *������_c.t Cormorant stre������ .^  Governinent and Douglas streets, Victoria,


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