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 ^VICTORIA;;; ,'  5 RETAIL,  ;������&&!?:  ^Jv5re8seB,TV:-  ���������\ i������j-.',v'*"-:! ' ���������-���������     ;  o.aiLprdiets,1   :  ������d / orders an^,  Boots wearW-ifiDr  ?cause I purchase of  ^ed-iHaveonhaad  iboye,:fromibeb(s(  Tho early orders of  ro-,s61 jibltetl^r^ pa^  tis;;;Shrub%J;-'���������reea-  'aand'DivarfRosej  >plicati6n;i :v -j.s-  Uand ��������� Barley of tie:  ISO, Nanaiino; Edj.  ..   Orders sect ������  receive :immediafe  Gallery^ Govern,  ���������<i Hotel de France.  ighout British Col*  t> Big Bend; always  Sporting Book.  a n tljr; supplied and ������������������  Standard, ���������and-lfo  mcpStationcry it  IfLangley^trects,  ..���������������������������������; rMat ���������'  Ybl.2;  .Barkeridller:^miiams;Cree^.0,, Monday, JtmeSSJ/iSBe.-  ; TELEGRAPHIC.;  ittkr,. Fort Street,  re Hoiel;5 where h  jatrons.wlth.everf  very season of ili������  :��������� f & '���������     i  I-s  mportenV6f<'Eiv*?  "retairjdeBleraia^  i.aj y. I; * .Ob ������na  ;ree t," opposite 'th* ���������  SSKsK-i;E;  r&,{V.I.iJoB!i.  rtetor&rTneRes-  acies ;thc mariat  choicest Liqcoks; '  xeeiL Victoria,  ;NESy BRANDIES  -'Havana Segius/  jts. ^;..,.; .1:8,';  ^Dealer Jii'FiJBV,  iladvaricesraato  titro & Co., Spor-:  ���������-, U  Maker/-Govern  rinds of Miners  Vhand. ''OrdenT  Jhaiidler: .and:  'Glass. -Always  anvoss-"Wharf  -<;_   v l-3m  i Merchants, lin*.  i������;> RicMSugar,  >rant Street^ '-Vic-.  ':% ^'- -1.3m  ' Deal&ta ail"  islons,iRi������c,Su-.  of Goyernmentj:  Uv, Manfger. :  Jeweler:\  love.Gpv-  -"* %s  bbs. Provision  'z Confectioners,  ���������.���������;��������� 1* .  . ..,,..."^j  nissidnHer-  )CKR1E8. PR0)1*  Jter7&Wboie  indlaquors,  ;���������,'..;    ������������������   :!.$  3o.)lMPOHTKBS  Street; Victory  mDBAtERSj?  >ipcs, &������., .?.*'.  ria;     ,������������������{.-'���������  SBON/near^r-  Victoria,v< h  in Bed������P'6 &  WI.       l's  ;e&Clocki*T  - .mbb������sa2ST^  '*,, '��������� ''14  -    #asMngton.Jun6 16J 1866.4Thad. Stevens  appeared ia1 the;House to-day and delivered;a;  speeclrbn Sifefc^  .body by surprise; ,he.1)"6Tdly!denounced Maxi-'  milHa'n,^ahdf^  should givesorae'practical^  .-: intention to en^ be  was willing;thiat; .tk$,w$oyep^  \ force���������'the'ilfty Million&Mcxic^^  consideration J)J3^  -'Attain. 1'lie ^bmmiifee tlioi>e to report on the  subject<^iirig^tfi$ coming j^ek^Cp!.>Wf-:S;  33aton,J Yor n^^Vears .^'ditp^pf^e^affonal  Intelligencerj"*^^liied^yesterday^There was an  Extraordinary;: advance^ ihfigoldito-dayi���������An  European war a^  tlie absorbing subjects^ ^S^Siott{thiSLniprn-  ing. "The first question ^caused ^general!^inquiry at the Treasury department.asVto what  course is^tobei pursued in ah emergeh'cy, wi th-  --"* ^sfe^}ieitiag-anyja!KW������^TO  minating news hoover^djoes^ hot come unexpectedly.    Secretar^^ Sewarii indulges .his  callers^with a ve^rbsy picture^as in^the^vent  of a general'broi^;acros^  Stiates twuid^aio^  reap^ ten told ^e?eomM  insurrection.---The frieni3s'and^^ cdutiser of Jeff  Davis-have --renewed* witlr vigor; applications  "' ��������� 'to the^ J^sident tfofc his.-parole. -' ^ ---������������������ &h ��������� -. -*>p  ; New: York^June 16th;T?Some ^hlBasiness is  now being feltobout thefcholera> because of  several rcases jin the city $ jrepprtei; front Quarr;  antirie show two liew cases and'one death on  board the ^ruyian>^1while?{th  the tJniofi are entirely exempt/ >'&*'< * ; '  Detroit/ June ;17tfcf^Gerier^V Lewis- Gass  Wffi:  wst  died at*Suic^6ckAthis;morningJ 'Ifc^d^S year.s.  NewYori, June Wtk-^Bmce last night's report thr^ deathsTby, chplerahaT^^cu^red in  this city and three at Quamn(^4v^eiB6ard  of Health aremaking-everyieffbrt-to check the  .spreadof thescpurge^phygicjans^are^keptat  headquarters ^an(tecart4daa^^of&toinfectahte  are carried promptlyitq^the: places where the  diseage has o,ccurretlv ,^GqnsidqraMe, alaEoris  I New Yo^  Paris bringsdates to the 7 th." It is fully confirmed thatthe proposed Peace Conference was  abandoned^ owing^to .demands ^f-AustriaC  which were regarded;b^Englandvl^ahce and  llussia as tantamount, to*a refusal j all negoti-  ^iohs were'theieforebroken-onx It reniains  for i neiitral andi armedi poyrers i]tO tifep  among fcrnselves or1 ccux^nce warUS Hopes  of p^ace: :oz6^earj ^^atii^^.^Cl^^Lbndbn  ,Times, says, daily and hourly chances of peace  fadeaway-'andit^  will occur, in the^'Elba: Buchies, but;the%reati  moyement'of Aiistria^will fee hearer thebouri^  daries of Silesia; preparations for active positions are ^OTted]inraiI qufttera. HJlJe Prussian Government' Had issueda cfrcuiarnote to  neutral powers charging Austria-with flagrant  breaclioFtrbatie^-by ^fering^g^Hblstein  quesgph to;.th.dlPiet j.Latest despatches torn  ^ndon%wtes"cbnsbls:^i;^^    - A^^aiia  Mastermans Bank had suspended,'with liabilities heavy ^nd 5videTspre^id,;icausing consider-  ablecomn^rc^ 4fei>re;ssipn| thoughitiwasmdi;  unexpected;. The crises on the continent continues, and war is apparently inevitablei Paris  oourse ver������ fiat;'62J. ;-^tfMperiaTlStriaa  serted the city in consequence of the new con:  scription^the; authprities^had' made^"^arraii[ge|  ments to carry away; the 'funds' and1 valuables!  of 'the Basilica of Sk'Marksr! 'rPrihce^ Diilerfe  says thaieserYations of. ^iistna to Her acce|||:j  ance of the. conference prevented any thorough  examination ^of .Austrian *ahd^'Itaiian differ!  ences7 and addsvthat'England and Russia, eon|  sidered that> under ������ thesb circumstances i iSS  deliberations of the ^conference |^uld haveSi^  real utility ] the Goverhmeiit of the' Emperor  could notJjut show -theseV opinions' Mid:reliril  quish for the present the/ hope jtenterteihi  from^^the immediate assembling of plenipoten|;  tiariesgJThe LondonJ'Tiraes? says'; the critical  relations on tfic continpntihave saved "the Bf M  ish Ministry. ���������' "��������� Re'hp^Betts &JOo.^'-would���������:ref  sume businessan>a^fe^&ajB;>������������������V'���������!,-,^*V.',;��������� .:/,'������������������} '��������� ,:|  ;; 'San^ranciscb^nife 16^Stea^ier America!  which; connected; with^the Santiago, W Y. Mpyi  20th; "arrived this Aorriiiig^Gren; fehernittn?!  agent;yesterdaySfused;?^0O0;^  fbr^42 feet of ground?corner;of Clay and Monti  gomery^streetsi^Thrmother of Thomas Starr  King Si^M-OtMm^^MMi^m '19tlT*MayJ  she had been infirm^an-health^some time.-^  Rates of fare tpNewYpLTk'by theGpnstituti6ti>;  whiph sails for Panama^onvMonday, are -first  cabin, outside berffis7$225;  inside rbbms|  $181 ������0;;.second cabin, $.116; steerage, $65,50;  ^ars;^Entertained., fbr^thg-sa^fpf {ffi^  Bremen 'bark' Libell; which sailed; hence Jan.  I9&x M ;^% Song^rMarl^  I^pducp^is duU and pr^  insferLbcal mx>nitary:iafeirsl: are inthout^esl  ((  TM\X3ax  PDBLTSHEi)  EVSKT /Mo&T)A#biND ��������� TJaURSDAY..  mm  -,THE-M'NK:'y  s  M -  nsrJfm  ? * .ALLAN &^LAMBERT, PhoPEiETbns.^ ri  O^B^BARKERvltl^^LLi^  ��������� '������'  ^Subscription^! per weeki;,s - V.r  (Including icost( of delivery,) Payable^to thovbarrieri  R E; A DJHQ vR Q 0 M      ''  Circiilatiii^ /'LiftraTy:!  ''-  ^'     CAaiERONTON. -WILUA^S 'CREEKi^ ~'\J  rm$ T#arabF;su&RiS  .X $2 per rriontli;;above' 400 vbliiraos1 or;New- Works  nave been only lately;adde4;to:the circulating I>ibrary ���������  and inorejare ^xpcctedj.daily; -parties arc solicited'to  subscribe; : ������.,'<r;.���������., '0',,:,���������\,i "^y-^ih' -.:: :\y ��������� ���������''*.*  '--'? "?*,;  v /���������' i'.v'. '���������' '��������� JOHN BOWIWN/Iabrariari:' *  BM!0MM0ifrw������ -/:yM  paid;.uf;:^^^t^  I.e.; , '��������� B ARK;ER:YiJ'fLEE,>,:-:;; v-7*>'  sential change f ^capital^abundant' and banks  continue;:to; grants accommodations ;to nier-  chants^Mid' business men freely ���������; at the ratei  IpngiOurreht; 1 to 1 i^per.cent * > IThe receipts  bf-bullion eontiiiued free; fiumors of extreme  gold... prices in;J?ew Yorfc yesterday^' some ac-  counts'stafcig teat sales iyere!made as high us  159fvjthis, >)acks; co^rniatipn|- -authenticv: disi  ^patches quoiihg 150 to 143,1 closing at inside  Iplfte'esSAlyty'yyyv*;;{:r:-:;v.i]yiy"��������� fi ",' i-  |'! Virginia ^Cify/ June; 17,���������A fire broke^Oiiir  at 2 (6!c^cl^ last night In the -lold'"? Fountain  Restaurant^ 8th" street, second^ house ���������,'"&/ A;  -DEALER^ IJT;  M::A^ti>-;WiA  '/CARPENTERS'. '& MINERS' TOOLS,.;. '���������  .. Iron "��������� Car   Wheels,  p.owiM, ,'pdse; ,&p,,'.'&c..V,';'��������� :^'  !Ca  '���������':  % '���������';-;      ;ALSp; ^  '::''>'' *  :lii  'DKAFTS^^  :fes-;:^  "^ON THB!  Mentreai^ATor5  'i   stop, Cab  *.^t. .^^iKeM;  .ONiNEWYoi  ONSCOfLA^  onirelandI  p^'EngeS]  .CURRENT'.^  jlessteanjCinl^  IcBilis^Discoupil  [on'Greatf-Brifca^i  :ch������sed. ;���������.; ,--������  ��������� -Government:  c������Htocjy j'lnitt^  ^TrP^ISLANI),i::  "���������!r\n  m  rfbrd--,-Bwek-r ,-;  ,... xonl,'Picton;jpertb>;   , ' - -  ^ StiA.Caihorines -i-is:;,-.-,;., j; - - ?.' i  "^t  kMJ  K%  RIO'HF.I^EXp;,  jthence to B,'including the Newman Housed^.,..    ������    -    ?  jFargb^& Go?s ofe-buildings, Baman^^Eestau.  rantj several brick ami stone buildings with  iwo; exceptions on- both sides of A; ?B: ,G.-:and  Hi strebts'and Sutton ayenucf arict up1 tb* the  Posi Offiqej;: ^Jg-Iive^^ere; Ipst^ * Abput-ipo  wood brick andistone-buiidihgs and their frorif  tents wererdestroyed.v :   - fyh','[\ '7-/T- ���������������>.-_  -F#k&BR;^.^;:C'CK  'Dealers is;  g^ERIES^LOTHING;^  Storage-and ^Commission.     -    s  '  E.   HODGE NS,  ���������-Received Si?  witbtn24rhqur|  f0" i b e JL ?j!, '02f -j j in 1 rea!   f  fea^,OiBc%JjOinbard St^^ondon.^':  f"       _:' r -,       ,      '  ttJ. opened :for any ^amount- noV'  t-^jfefctddjand SilisCoEJExchaJgol  I'Mncisco;. and . New -York" ��������� pW--  ^ecuri tles;-repei vrt. ��������� f > f "safe;-  TO^ends::collecleiJ;', '  sm  ~;m  W  &>t.  i^s  J'    /'  ,'tkb jia^j: qf; ' '  British   North ���������:America.  ;^^-A^pMicah?s:wfe^  church, fell' asleep, and' let: fall her .bag, in  which she. carriediabundie of keys;: ; Aroused  by the/hbise^she jumped! upl^and] eMainied,  j'Ous! jtiSal % therefs, ano^ii'jug^fbKe^^v! \-  fiiWThy is a.tightsfipe.;llfc6;S fi^Jsummer;? fe  bause it makes the corn growv������>-;>-4v= %     ~&.:,  BARKERVILLE���������Adjoin ingf tbo' EspreW;Office.  .,'"";      M. J.' BLACKMAN,  BARKKRVILLEv  iESTABUSHEP 1X1833,  m  I  decree has 6een.i3sui?a suspending .tielaw for  protection^f-jpfersdnal libertyln%^fia and  other southern parts of the empire; authority  to ao likewise :and es'taBlish military coiirfefe  given to' tKeJSenerareommancting iffiearmvof  ������?������w������-V T^e Adrian army iinow800,000  aimy of operations, vb^;3S0,000 against "the  FnSrv" o^'00?8 is-tinS:..?.f 450 battalions of  StaSF'wS- Sp*4f������9������. cay*y m loss m.  Et.%n^ ^1uss,1^������army Is ^largest ever  95 000 f?������L The/taUaB Tolunteera^umber  S %h?ta5d m������fe tt���������o������mng forward  S,   .Si h^ad<luarter8 are swarming with  ed afp~ ?,Mp?S0r of ^'ria Was elpect  eu at i-rague should war break out. Berlin  advices say Bismarck would accompany Te  King as soonasheproeeeded toheadquK  A Royalbodyguardleft. Holsteinonlhe 5tt  Prmee Frederick. Carles wouldleZ for the  th" 6th %'t, ASt1ff- ^as <* vo*te thither^n  iac otii.   He Austwan commander is srii^to  ������>ouccung it.    Large numbers, hkaa a-  '..;;. Thr Usiveesal Practice^ of mixing Chicory -and  other adulteratiyes.witli Coffeci, na"syery;mneh damaged in .public estimation,., what, ongiit. ,to; ,be. the most  delicious, of >Beyeragcs.,. So effectually have the public  ^een drugged with' such mixtures tbat'the.trueiproper:  tieXhAye.been lost siglitpg -;aii^many [prefer.a black  ami thi'ck- infusion;to a' ;driiikifiSb. m spirit anil aroma.  .Gm^\[h������^;l^e^v^^. Coffee,/1^ ���������".is.; little Icnowii'. thai  in condensingitlie vapors 'pxtracte^d. frbni1 the bcrrjj; in  roasting,"a liquor"is ob^ihed;of: tbo "most-nauseous  taste,;and of7a scent the m6stnnbearable7  tinder such  circumstances; it is [evidently-Vimportent that all the  gases and ijuHs;extractpil; byi roasting should be carried off as quickly as possible;'in order to prevent jheir.  returning again to the Coffee.; which is the case in the  confinedccylinderj    This object.is admirably accomplished' tiy the new and patent uConical������o.ftpc Boaster.",  as 'used by; FEIili & CO. y Viet-oria j; in ivhi ch-tho: berfy  is directly exposed to the radiated heat,'and the vapor  extracted carried off instantaneously.; ;������������������ lix addition to  tho advantage ��������� to be derived by the rapid removal of  the steam containing'the objectionable properties, the  pure aroma of the GoAtee is ;re tabted'^ the essential "oil  being preserved and not cxhaustod as in the Cylinder  Roaster, where the Coffee is required to remain a much  longer time in'.consequence of the steaming it undergoes by the conltnod steam.   It ls.chomically impossible to retain the qualities or arrest the deterioration of  Coffee when ground.   The heat engendered by,the pror,  cess of rbastingj arid' especially of grinding, creates. ah  action in-the elementary parts which gradually destroys  jts fitness for. drink:    But to' retaiu tlio essential; oiI  which it contains we have it encased in tins containing-  from 1 lbVto 28 lbs,, and which can be had. from any  Of the respectable dealers.    Wb can confidently re-  ���������cpxdmend those who have hitherto been :bbliged to refrain from taking, Coffee; on accpuut of its ill effects,  th^t they may use our Coffee,^ roasted in the Conical  Roaster, being recommended by all medicjai men under  whose rfotico it has been :bronght,' arid by numerous  other testimonials in; its favor.: ���������"���������...������������������' FELL & CO., ;:  ' ; ���������   ���������. : Coffee Merchants, Yates st������} Victoria.  :    '      LEWIS  WltDE,     '  Bqbt -and Shofe Makfer,  : l '     '-���������'������������������' -L ' \B.AItiiE:il VILL E ;   - "J   " 'I '*  L., MOUTJET, & GO.,  ;;;.    WHOLESALE & RETAIL ���������  ; v! y ;BICH^IELp, ;raiiams Crcek^B.;a-;  E ftAVE ON^NI) a largesstock of Provisions;  -Hardware and Vegetables; and are" determined tp sell them;cheaper than".'any;,otherrStbre'ion  Williams-Creek. Come and sec and judge for yourselves:  iKicjiflftl^May?th,' 1S66. ;���������"-'.:. ~pI"T*r^'^y   ;"i\*  J. K/8UT;ER   &   GO.,  *:���������-���������������������������������.   .-   ���������:%,   ��������� .-\.   ..���������   .-    ;��������������������������� ASjj     ;   ������������������ :?���������������������������,.;'-' ��������� ���������"   ^';V'-:     ���������>;'���������''  ���������     ��������� ;  DEBT :COLLECTOES.' -',:;V$r"���������������������������  ^ He^d"OfpioeK'% ^.HELENS PLACE LOWOOW^".'  I pBAFTS ISSUED/on London,; ^Now Tork^;San Fra&:=  ciscb,"Cariboor Canada,,J^ew Brunswick,'. Nova Scotia,  and on; all the ^ranches of tlieNationalBank^of-Scotland and Provincial-Bank of ^IrclantL r '������.������������������ * ���������������������������**''.���������* -'   ��������� ?���������:<���������  I (Bills tif~rll������<$^  li InteresVonSp^ialDeposiisor Money attoived at tae  rate ot>a;quarter of one per cent; per months'   ^ ;  ASSAY~0F^1CE.  ; QotDDust Melted land. Assayed,.: and^reUiras made,  within 24 hours in Coin or Bars, ..I :  >.. V ^    /.  ' .;-;  t Ores of, every description careftilly Assayed^-  i; ,NV B.���������Anyjnstructions as to the disposal of the proceeds of Gold Dust ;iorwarded to the?offlce in Victoria  tor Assay will be carefully 'attended tcv -  <-    ��������������������������� >~rri   ;.���������-:.- >'���������./..&; SHEPHERD, Manager.  ');Victoria, y.I.-, April, 1866. > '������ "     1-s  BiAMMAWOm  Bankrupt Affairs wound up and Balance Sheets nre-  pared;' Mining Accounts carefully made up;; All kinds  of Forms, and agreements drawn, and every other description of; business promptly attended to.      .  '83F Offlcc--RICHFlELD, near the Court House.1. 5  ;   WILLIAM WINNABP,;  BLACKSMI  ...   .,,  ... ,   .  .. ,   . .   '5.  Connecting at; LiUpoet ��������� airid Tale with BlETZ ���������&  ;y*������ KELSON'S ibr^ew Westminster & Victoria,  ILL :ARB1VE; ANI>DEPART from tiic/offloe in  Barkerville, to connect'��������� wi th the steamer "En ��������� ;  terprise" atjQucsnelmouth,; and���������: the STAGES at: Soda  Greek, EVERY^vVEEK, conveyiDgiTKiuscRB, Letters and Vat.cam.es for all parts' of the world. ��������� Also,  Commissions received and forwarded by Express Mr  the collection of Notes, Bills and tho .purchase of arti-  ciesto.beobtained,atiNow..Westminster,..Victoria, San  Francisco or cnrouterand returns made with dispatch.  ,/..:.'������������������;���������: ,'JOHN B. LOVBLL,  ���������1-s : .. ,;:';���������   ���������."   Agent, BarJcmiU*:  BARKERVILLE;'  BARKERVILLE BREWERY.  COHEN & HOFFMAN,  .������������������DEALERS IN  BREWER  "JN \xCr-  BARKERVILLE.  A large supply of Ladiesr Goods on the way.  PRAGER   &  BR0.7  er;ghants,  BARKERVILLE.  j^ortant to. Mners!  ,  Tho undersigned is prepared to   *  CLEAN BLACK SAND, BLOWINGS AND  :';V :���������  -"'.   :'PANNING^': ���������>.;",; . ?"   .  On Commission, or will purchase any quantity en the  MosrXiBEEAt Terms, at the .  ...  .Beading\Room, Cameronton, = -  The Subscriber is well known on. Williams Creek, And  from the confidence, reposed in him last Fall \i the  a.b:ove business, ho hopes to receive the patronage wf  the Mining community the ensuing season, '  pEAtERSIX  Assorted Merchandize  .. -Wholesale, and Retail. 1'' ���������  E...C. GILLETTE,  SURVEYOR  CAMERONTOWN. 7  JAMES -PURDIE,  BLACKSMITH  KICHPIELD.  1 >,*;  02  .jr.'  .'M:  ^i  8.^  T  fflEOTBQO  MONDAY, OTNE2%18C6.  4**fl%������tl\'rlr't*  .MINING INTELLIGENCE.    - . ,-  yyy \:J ������������������":.'���������;"';...'grousegreek::v;',.:, ��������� -���������;./ ^.:  The prospects of this- creek- arc becoming  more encouraging, ey.ery day,;and if the, rich  strikes which areVeported continue to be made  ! vve anticipate a large -accession, .to ��������� the iiurn^  hers at present on^hatcrc^:-v;Almost ovciy;  oiaim that has been" prospected is turning out  well and there is no doubt that;.tho creek will  nnv for a considerable distance above and be-  ihev washed up,on Saturday 75rouuces, being  Wresult of threehours* labor, oi one man  -turkim?" the cold is very' coarse]* some ol the  riecc3Sw������������ngfromS30 to S40.t-The French  "co'y, next adjoining tho Discover claim, got  ���������Toundesand^l^to^onepaii^ofsair^^n���������*^-1 ^Tpport forliia faintly"   His w  Uay last-^Phc-Ne'er do ..Well-^y got a pro^-y^reb aro more inncod of the  0  Inch  weighed 2i ounces and another..2.punces taken  ������ouV6f-ibiscc1ai^ ';.'. ���������������������������'.���������������������������;.;  " ������������������ T)iermining hews.forthepast^cek :!s im-  cusually dull:crtving i^a-greatjmeasure- to the  preliminary arrahgemeuts'fdrthe':, working ��������� ot  claims, such as :thejercctipn of.wheels, pumps;.  ':������������������ otc:i iiotrrhaving rbeeri'���������; quite^ completed.   We  iippie tabeable soori jto-give a; good ^account  ^iron^ds'-'creeki.::;.;^ -.:f,;i/;-.  ���������; .The Sintmesco'y are ��������� raising a shaft from  their drain aM-win;be'./washing: by^ the; end  :��������� of* theiweekfeWide; West ifctfyS are working  .from ,two: shafts and making about wages.���������  The Happy go Liicky co?y -have!-just struck  ;"*: pay!^brward:.co,y ^^^11^*^;?^^  Uifth rock; tliey expect'.to do^yell -when. they  rrefc 5b'feet;further back.���������McLaren co'y' are  Mm taking out gborl: payV-^Well^^ary Apu  : are no\v:-in"neafly''Mte'fe.etJ;andvbegin to  Mnuta.lilfte^no: go!id.^ho;din^rent claims  ^betv?;echMis:^6iu���������-andJ the-California; ,cpjy  have completed about; 800/feet; b������ their drain  . ��������� iliiiho since^Mohd% last, they^Jayc^ 5.00 .feet  :!;.morc to lav;;.the.nimie% 2������ :.foe$gFJdev aud. 2  ^^^^^ 0    - ���������    To the Editor of ' the <: Cariboo Sbxtlnel,"  Siii,���������Permit inc to ask the following questions through tout* valuable paper.- ��������� # .��������� ���������;  ^H^t���������Have we as colored men the right to  pre-empt ground for mining.purposes.?..  Seconds-Have, we any rights in common  withwhiteiuen?p       ,;';;;������������������;      A -   .���������      y   .  Third-r-Why were onr interests taken trom  usand given to. white men?" :������   .     v       .  I' bought my interest m theBavis coy and  expended $2,900 before I received one cent  out of ^aidclalmvand-the -dividends 1 have  received from said, claim havc: been appropriated to pay my debts,. in this colony, but  iusUt the time I was about, to be rewarded,  i-have been:deprived of that portion- of the  Davis claim which would pay. I have taken  some pains to' spread abroad-the equality, we  as;colored men had, in;thc laws, in an English  colony, and am proud to say I have found no  difference until npw.:'���������   ��������� ; '   ..". ;.'.    t .  Poor Marsball'lost Ins lite coming to Cariboo to look after his small interest in the Davis  co'y, the only pittance he had left after 6 years  hard work in this colony,-and the only means of  ���������   ������.   i.....M_.     tj:��������� Y?ife and Tfour  money than  those to .-whom it was given. .; There are about  fifty colored men in and about Cariboo, the  greater portion of .whom arc miners, and the  quicker .we know. our position in this colony  the better.for()us. :,.     ..."    :���������-   . '   .��������������������������� '-:.^-'--  -: :.;,;  i;,,::,. 'v. }���������:.���������' :-Scspcctfully..yanr,9r:^..:  Colored Miner. ;  [We had hoped:that discussion'--in this matter would have ceased with the decision of the  case, and were it hot that we consider a great  injury-has been done .to men-whose rights  have been outraged, by the onesided ..decision given by a Supreme Court Judge in a  ���������British colony, we should have let the matter  drop. -Itis unnecessary-to-state:-in answer to  "Colored Miners" first and second questions,  Ithat'the mining laws <of this colony make no  Idistinction asto.the color of a man's skm; the  ilaws*haVe'beeri:wisely and judiciously framed. - It. is only with.the administration of them  !that ^we- take^ exception>,. the laws may say  one thing, but the Chief Justice says. another,  and we: must grin and bear his 'ipse dixit' having no other recourse-left. The Judge has  given as his reason for depriving /'Colored  Miner" of his claim, that it was an act of wisdom and-expediency, justifiedby the.circumstance of his "Colored Miner's/ knowledge of  the jump; which singular to say, although it  ^Bag3nDa:Q0;^^  BUIE   BRO S.,  WHOLESALE & RETAIL  DEALERS INT  LIQUORS,   GROGERIES  -Axn���������  GENERAL   MERCHANDIZE,  \       BARKERVILLE.   ,  ���������&g" A full assortment of Grccerxes and H. B. Co.-n  Ltqcors always on hand. _���������>   ���������-", 15.;  J^i M E S: P.; T AY LOR,  y:,,  druggist, :  BARKERVILLE, .  HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND the cho!ce.������t selection  of Drogb & Patent Memoises; also, Hair Brushes,  Tooth Brushes. Cpmbs, Tooth powders, Fancy Soaps of  every description, . Ltiunis Extracts Rose Water, and  other Perfumeries, Garden Socd?, &c, &c. Also, a  choice lot of No. 1 Havana Segars. . 16  PARLOR   SAL OO  3  BARKERVILLE.  |20 REWABD-LOST  tn Barkerville, on the evening op sat.  X urday ijlst, a WAiXETCOutaining money and notes  Any one who will leave the same at the Wakeup Jai^  Bakery or at this office will receive the above reward.  The notes are drawn in favor of H. Margcsen.  Williams Creek, June 18th, 1866. - 13  $30 REWARD.  LOST, BETWEEN 127 & 150 MILE TOST?, YALE  Waggon Road, a box containing Law Books and  sundry papers, addressed to mo at- Barkerville; I win  pay tho ahovo amount to any one who will deliver tho  hooka to any of Barnard's Expressmen for me.    .  ..-.   v'      ��������� -   ;���������    ' V   A-;R- ROBERTSON,- ,:  '   ���������': :' ..*. ���������,������-,,-.��������� - Barrister;'  Richfield," 13th June,. 1866:'     ,' 12, -;  aO-AT-'EM SALOOiir,  BARKERVILLE,    ���������������������������/  " JAMES"LORINGr,- Proprietor. ��������� .,  Tills First Class Saloon Is now open to tho'lovcr3 of:'  MADAME   BENDIXEN   !  BEGS TO ANNOUNCE TO UER  FRIENDS THAT  . she has reilUcd this well known Saloon, whero sho  Invites thc^publiclto give her a call. ���������   * '  - josr The Bar is stockod ��������� with the best of LIQUORS  and SEGARS that 'can .bo procured. 15'!^  in - "-th^-Suprerae-'Oom^tr of- -Giv-U-4������sUccof;  . British Columbia,  ilN   B AN KBUPTC Y-  t. fe<?t. dcep:, and^willtea greaflbjjnelit' ;to the  ���������^���������re^pijc^ecoirip^ies  ��������� ;>wo vk^ their t claims;;'"diirih^: ttte^intef::;: ��������� The  : "'li y draulic and ground'[ si ii ic e:* claims^ on'tlie  ./;��������� east bahk'between:;liicbfield;and; the canon]  :! are all busy, but;-?rion'eiiavc yet washed up.  :, TJwre.aresevej'al companies on the^west side:  ���������of the creek making as much as ah ounce a  ��������� day to the hand forking over arid -cleaning'  ���������   u p"old ground.- ��������� -The Burns Tunnel-. :co?y.. are  still hydraulicing and make but little pro-  gress- owing to the hard nature :of the ground.  ' ���������Foster Camphell co?y have'got..their;wheel  3 tar ted arid are b ailing out their shaft;���������Rap-  :;: jihati no ck co;y are bias ting, through ��������� rim r p ck,  had found good prospects'.���������Aurora & Davis  co'ys are/working the disputed aground in  ���������.company!^.the former washed up yesterday  129 ourice3 and the latter 159"^ounces.���������  The ."Watson company erecting a new wheel  . and hoisting gear.���������Wake up Jake have finished blasting the bottom of shaft, wilt commence  drifting to morrow,���������The Camp co'y washed  Tip for the week about 50 ouuees.���������-The Morning Star co'y had for the past week 40 ounces.  ��������� Cariboo co'y have just commenced drifting  down stream to connect with the Lallooet who  nre running the Bed Rock Drain^.Lillooet  eory are now within 140 feet of. the0:Cariboo  drift, washed up on Saturday 11 ounccs.~Thc  ��������� Caledonia^.Never Sweat arid ifoftat co'ys are  not doing much at present.���������Last Chance are  making about 20 ounces a day from the shaft.  ���������--Tinker co'y are making wages.���������Raby co'y  washed up for week about 100-ounces.���������  Adams co:y took out for week 90. ounces.���������  Yvilh one or two exceptions the claims below  -Cauieronton have not got into -working order  vol. '���������'"   '  CANON CREEK.  2\lv. May who has been at work thorough the  greater portion of the winter, and spring, oil  'i}\H Bed Hock: Flume, and is a shareholder in  t he same,, informs us that operations have  boon suspended in :the, interim awaiting,'instructions from the shareholders in the lower  country as to the '.future proceedings of the.  . co nip an y V ��������� ��������� Those interested he re; c 0 ntemplate  ���������Hi nIcing a new: shaft, near the locality where  they had attempted to'sink during the winter,  ��������� and only await the collection of assessments  sufficient to defray the expense. Another call.  has been made oii the company of 25 cents on  the share, which it is supposed will cover the  expense. -.;. - .'.:...:....'  .....   . ',:   ,^C;'..',  -   ', ���������   :.'������������������:;��������� ;.,- ANTLER" CREEK  . There are about 120 Chinamen engaged In  mining on this creek, a good many are hired  by white men to work on their claims. The  lto3S and Neil Co'ys are doing well.  jfflST Owing to the crowded state of our  columns we are obliged to hold over several  important communications to next issue.  was" no t* establishe d; to the satisfaction .of: the  jury, was quite clear to. the learned Judge.���������:  Ko:]-:.':;;��������� '������������������\f:v:-.:;: ;;:::^eve; ,.W;.-.-;-.;:������������������ :';:;r;  I .'/'. ���������. = :":: ���������'/CANADA. '.-.��������� '.:-.��������� ..  . "Ottawa, June 9.--The Canadian"Parliament  unanimously-passed a'biil suspending the habeas corpus.. A court martial will be immediately convened to try Fenians-. It is believed many will be hung.  : Chicago, June.10.���������-The* Fenian failure is  made more complete from the. fact that no  where in Canada has therebceri the least show  of sympathy, where riots and uprisings were  expected. The Canadian Parliament has assembled. The .Governor's speech recommended the suspension of the habeas corpus. Fenian prisoners held by the Canadian Govern-  merithave not yet been arraigned-for trial.  ; Fenianism in Victoria and New Westmixs  TEit���������Grcat excitement seems to have prevailed  in Victoria and Now -Westminster respecting  a contemplated raid of Fenians from San Fran-  cisco^ Precautionary measures had been taken by the vessels of war and gunboats at Victoria, to board all vessels entering the harbor  of Esquimau or Victoria, even the steamer  Enterprise from New Westminster had not  been exempt from a search.' The gunboat  Forward is stationed at Cadboro Bay,.the  Alert is lying off Victoria harbor, the Scout  will be sent to Nanaimo, the Sparrowhawk  to Fraser river mouth, while tbe Sutlej will  cruise in the Straits. Mr. Birch the Administrator of the Government of -British Columbia, had made application to Admiral Dcn-  raan for two ships of war. A meeting had  been held in New Westminster and resolutions passed^ urging on tlie Government the  adoption of instant measures for the defence  of the city "by the organization of an assistant  corps. Late accounts however: state'that all  excitement has ceased, as it was supposed the  late defeat of their allies in the attack on  Canada, had deterred the Fenians from making a descent on Vancouver Island or British  Columbia.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,  Hallo!  Old Jack's Alive!  TUBT RETURNED FROM BEING ON A BENDER!  O  Fully-prepared to Repair all BOOTS and SHOES  Chkap for Cash,   He kindly invites ono arid all, groat  and small, to give him a call. ���������  BARKERVILLE���������next door to J. H Todd's.       15  ���������;'/-  -'���������������������������-  ���������       /RcREVlisRE.    '..' '" -'.'.  rpBK MEETING for! tW Grant of' tho Certificato _of  1 'Ipak Babtistk ARTncR-RKViERE. a Bankrupt, which  Is ^ourSS S^tlie Judge of County Court of British  Columbia holden at Blchfleldl,for>he.^sid������a>ioniof.  tho Judge of the Supreme Court of Civil Justice.ot. Brit-,  3h"coluinhiat will bo holdenijeforjthtf HonorablefMat-  thew BaillioBcgl>ic,/nt thoiC6urt.Houso,:Richneld, on  Friday next, the 29th day of. Juno insiant, at the hour  of eieveno'clock in the ^ecoonJOSEPH PARK;?; ^  '; ���������".' -    Counsel for the Bankrupt;   ;  ��������� Richfleld, Juno 33rd, I860.   ���������        ������������������      ���������,'���������'���������  -1& ; "'���������;  \     eARNARD^EXPRESS:.  Beduetion in the Prices of Express Freight.1;  N AND AFTER THIS DATE tho 'rate for Express-  .Parcels from -Yale to Barker.villo will bo  Parcels from 6 to."60 l?js.h. ..   ���������   :.,75 cts. JB..ft. - ;.  '���������-do       do   60 to 100 fts. ..- :       621-2 cts Q ft..  ;. \'do-��������� - 'do   100'fts..and oyer     50 cts. <? Jfe:- '  ���������lr.:.% y ::>>'Srm: ; -JOHN:B. LOVELL, Agent;:' ���������'���������  ���������������������������':    ;-.''.   -.-.'.; ���������-.' ���������: .   :��������� '*': Barkerville. -.,;  Juno 20th-1860;-;- ��������� !���������';��������� r&: ���������������������������     -   ;'::' -14.   '������������������  EVERY    EVENING-.  First Class order will be preserved, and thb:proprietor  invites his friends and tho public to give him a call.  j$3- Tho BAR is.stocked with.the best of Liquors cud  Segars. " .3 ���������-.,       12-lra  r       WILLIAM   SEW:ELL,    '    ;  !'...:.:'..: ;VAN WINKLE,;;..  EGS TO INFORM HIS. CUSTOMEItS AND THE  u public generally that he intends to, furnish them  BEEF OR MUTTON, so soon as packing-i.s practicable,  at their respective claims on .'the dltlVrent creeks;or  rcsidencesi-at the Most���������'���������Re.������osabix;Rati53. ���������' '; .  Van Winkle June 11th, I860.-    :: '       nlln  NOTICE.  RS  E; BROOKS begs to request those who aro in-  +1M. dehtod to her to CALL AND SETTLE THEIR ACCOUNTS AT ONCE so as to prevent any further trouble  and expense.  C'ameroniou; 25th June, 1B66. lo-lm  Moses' Hair Invigorator,  TO PREVENT BALDNESS, restore hair that has fall-  en oif or become thin, aud to euro effectually Scurf  or Dandruff. It will also relieve the Headache, and give  tlie hair a darker and glossy color, and the free use of  it will keep both the skin and hair in a healthy state.  Ladies will And the Invigorator a great addition to toilet, both in consideration of tho delicate and agrecablo  perfume, and the great facility it affords in dressing the  hnlr, which, whon moist with it, can be dressed in any  required form, so as to preserve its plice, whether plaiil  or in curls. When used oil children's hcadB,- it lays tho  foundation for a good head of hair.  Prepared only by W. D. MOSES,  Barkerville, Williums Croek,  TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN;  THIS IS TO CERTIFY that from somo cause or complaint of tfie head our hair commenced falling out  so rapidly that we feared we should lose the whole. In  this condition we went to W. D MOSES, and Strang������ to  relate, in tdrkk applications of his wonderful Hair Restorative onr hair became as strong as ever, and is now  soil and lively. We make this certificate with pleasure,  believing it to be for the public good.  ���������    GEORGE COFFRIN, Cimwmton,    '  ROBERT WARREN. Barkerville,  H. S. REDGRAVE, Richneld.  . Williams Croek, 1st July, 1866.  CARD OFACKNOWLEDG-MENT.  TO MR. D. W. MOSES-: Sir,���������In tho years 1S60 and  1861, from a long and severe illness, my hair became  very weak, and was falling off in a most fearful mariner, and I was in dread of becoming entirely bald, when  I was recommended by a lady residing on Fort struct  to try your I.wjooratoh. After a lew applications by  you, and alter using tliroo bottles of tho luvigorator,  my iiair was restored and becamo as thick and strong  as it ever it was before. MARY A. LEWIS,  Johnson street.  Victoria, V. I., March 27th, I860.  rrHIS IS TO CERTIFY !that a Iittlo moro than four-  X teon years ago, owing ton severe lit of sickness, I  lost nearly all my hair the orown of head becoming  quitobald, and has been so ever sinco until the past  summer, when hearing of the marvellous success ef,  W, D. Moses in several cases where it seemed almost  hopeless to do,so, on Williams Greek, Cariboo, I, was  induced to let him try his skill on mc���������but without  faith ill his ability to .restore my hair, it having been so  long out; but miraculous as it may appear, in three  months' time I was happily surprised to 11 nd a new  growth of hair coming out, which ist daily becoming  stronger and thicker. To any oho requiring his professional services as above, I would merely say that he  possesses a skill and knowledge in restoring hair that'I  have never met with before. L. B. WHITE.  Victoria, V. L, Fel/ 20th, 1866. 14  $25 REWARD.  T OST, A HUNTING-CASE GOLD WATCH,  Jj on Wednesday, the lath June, 1866. Any person  finding the same and leaving it with E. HODGE MS,  Watchmaker, Barkerville, will receive tho above reward. 12-2 w  BARKERVrLLE,'   i -'.::.���������.'  MISS THURBER & MR:-LAWLESS, PropW  THIS HOUSE HAS* BEEN NEWLy^FITTED;UP ON  the Restaurant.priuclple with a viow.to the comfort  of the public,' and will be conducted.- Jq. a manner to  ensure the satisfaction of those who aro-disposed to.  iovbr the proprietors wi th their patronage.  *;' .Meals at all Hours. Good Beds.' ���������  JSS5- The Bar is: fnrnishod with that best soiectlon of  Liquors and Begars.:: -��������� ��������� ��������� .    ' .2 ;  '\.-r Zi>-AkmN&'������������������������������������:���������;���������������������������-'������������������' '���������-  ���������-.;���������' r   .'} -���������������������������',������;.-i'FOli������.THE-. ���������;������������������'--'/\ .'������������������i:&'-<  AT  .. .';������������������.      ''���������: CAMERONTOWN,  WHERE THE PROPRIETOR, T. A. BARRY,  gives a general invitation to his friends and'tbe  public at large to call and judge for themselves tlio  merits of his Billlard.Tables; also, the Choice Brands of  bis SEGARS and ��������� LIQUORS. The "Orchestra, which  consists of four musicians, is First Class.        10-Sm  :6SS-ENB:EIMER &-..'C.O.;  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL  KINDS OF.  clothinok::  BOOTS   &   SHOES,  .  , MININ& TOOLS, &Om  Beg to" call the attention of Miners and otticrfl  to their full assortment of SUPERIOR GOOUb  which will bo sold  to inako room for a NEW STOCK to arrive so soon as  .    tho Roads aro open. ���������'-''.,  : W- Liberal allowance wiirbo^*2  Ro.staurant and Hotel Keepers and the Trade genfu  on largo orders.  EVERY EVENING,  AT THE  EiSIIION'SAL'O'Ql'.  . ��������� BARKERVILLE.       -   .  A LL LOVERS OF THE '^^^^^S  A invited to call and enjoy themselves, when a    .  welcome will bo extended.  J65T fhft host of Wines, Liquors aw*  and Good Order ^Bervod^^^ & cooKj vm^  rem  ���������MWt'  y������|3Sj  IKS  urns  mm  mm  V  mm  mm  mzmi  #  il  m  r.iiL.'.i-i-S!Ei& ���������Cv,   ..  ishS^iyJtei^^J^Jy^'^a is w W:^au^iu.Mu^!gjajgjiui3aCT.  *G OB* SAT-  ?y and notes.  rakeupJal-e  >ove reward,  sen.  , 13  ).  OSTc?, YALE  v Books ami  ���������vine: i wm  1 deliver tho  ' me.  2RTS0N,..;,  Barrister;'  12.;-  ;. k ��������� ��������� .-��������� --.,  ron./',..:,  io lovera of  CINQ!  hO:proprietor  tima cull.  f Liquors o nil  12-liu  I AND THE  furnish them  s practicable,  nt creeks, or  3. :  -     :'11:i  SSjPrbp'rs  rTEDUTOK  to tho comfort  ; a manner to  6: disposed to  Beds.;  it selection of  ;,���������"��������� ���������. '"���������'-"-��������� <x  ).  ;. BARBY,  iendsaud'the  lemselves Uo  oice Brands of  lestra, wbicb  103m  &:co.:  RSINALL'  dry. ,-  :s, .��������� .  s and others  R G00KS  CESI  IVO SO S50OD W  )0 mado to  rado general'/  '0:fl  whenahcan?  ^ propTS-  HE  #  . V   J  MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1866.  MASS      _  mass meeting of the miners and residents  Cariboo was held in.front of the Court  iuse. at Richfield, on Saturday evening last,  1 notwithstanding the unpropitious state.of  weather, which during the afternoon was  uvery, a large;. coricourse of people���������per-  p9 the largest that has ever been convened  ���������the Colony, and''the firstf that- has ever niet  (Carihob���������assembled.at the appointed hour,  y clock, pi m. - Considering tfie.shortness of  notice it was .surprising to observe the  ib'er of ��������� miners" from1 the. various camps in  vicinity of Williams creek;;'Lightning1,  rhce arid Grouse creeks*'were:well repre*  ited. and altogether there could not have  an less than from five to ^six' hundred men)  "he meeting by.acclamation.appointed Mr.'  Hilton to'act as Chairman, and Mr, Huston as Secretary. ' .    ;; '[ ���������-;.���������  son as Secretary.  he Chairman in rising said, gentlemen not  \<r much of a public speaker I; trust you  i" excuse me from making a speech, y You  all well aware of the' objects: which' have  ed us here to-night, itis plainly: set forth  ���������lie hand bills, namely, to: take into consi-  aiforrtfcea^  umbiaon the mining laws.. -I'do hot conJ  >r it my business: to enter into details as  h are other more able speakers^ who; will  iiss the subject fully. -Let me however ad-  youto adoptconstitiitidnaTahdlegitimate  ns to accomplish your ends arid you;have!  jhing' to fear'.-,   "A fair field;and-no favor"!  motto, and let it be the motto of .all.)  these remarks I will introduce to you Mr.:  lock who will propose the first resolution.  ^solved���������"that in tlio opinion bf.this meeting the.  Ministration of the Alining Laws,by Mr.. Jus tic Beg-  n the'Supreme Court is partial, dictatorial, and'.ar-  jry, in setting aside tho verdict of juries,' and cal-  |ted to create a feeling of .distrust in those who have  tek redress through a-Court of;Justice," '{.ryry  |r. Burdock took the stand and said, Chair-  and gentlemen���������I am" sorry indeed to' be  i.ed on to. propose this respjution, sorry that  |i a necessity should exist���������but as we have  Inhere: to express our views-.-on the subject  ilSftbe ao" ministration of -jus,tieo'iri;.^  . :������ity, I should be: guilty of, a dereliction of  , cmduty as a member of the community did  reaches thenars of the Executive irj the Coun-  cit/Halls of New Westminster, and the wrongs  complained of are redressed. [Cheers] i  fMr.' Towers, in seconding this!resolution,  said, it is no personal feeling towards the Judge  that induces me to come before you, but simply a strong sense of duty to myself and my  fellow citizens. The laws of this country have  been, trample^ on in a-most, outrageous manner. [Cheers.] Whenever grievances are such  that the people become dissatisfied and discontented, let them come out openly and boldly  fore I came here, and have -seen the laws carried out with as much integrity and justice as  could be found in Englanditself. The grand  bulwark of the. British Government is trial by  jury, free speech and free press, but when you  find all of these institutions disregarded and  ���������treated with contempt by a Supreme Judge  what are you to expect? ... (The speaker here  referred to the various cases which have been  tried before Judge. Begbie since last;March.)  And particularly "the last case in'which the  Judge had expressed a disinclination to try it  himself; a jury of 48 men were summoned^  and 7 were selected. What was the result  when they gave in .their verdict? .. It did not  suii'.the views of; the Judge, he .sinks it anil  comes forward as a mediator. ;���������' Does 'history  ���������point to any other -instance of the kind where  a Supreme Court Judge, compromises his dig-^  .n.ityJ}^:^  a suit.- -One of the parties to the suit in ques-:  tion proposed to have Mr, Commissioner Cox!  act jointly, in the matter of .arbitration,, but  the proposition; was pointedly refused by his  honor Judge Begbie. I would;ask this meeting is Mr. Cox:an. honest and- upright man??  [Loud cries of ."yes,':yes.7'].*:. Then' why was  Judge.Begbie afraid of him, .why did;.he not  permit him to act jointly with-him in;.this arbitration ?��������� .; ..[Voice-7-': Rogues; are afraid' of  honest men."] The speaker after'making suh:  dry other remarks.retired; amid a storm of.  cheers. ���������' ��������� ... ���������-��������� '��������� . -��������� ;;-. ���������;��������� ���������*���������  The Resolution was then put.tothe,mceting  by the Chairman'and adopted without a dps?  seriting.voice.'������������������"''���������"'.';.." -'���������:: ..,: . V"'-' ;,. ��������� -' \  ."The second resolution, as follows: , -.=;��������� ���������.. .'���������;; ;���������  : -REgOLvin^'^Tbat-this meeting-pledges itself to'sup!  port the Government in carrying out the Laws in their  integrity,-and bog: for. an impartial'administration of  justice. To this end wo desire the establishment of- a  Court of "Appeal, or the immediate removal of -Mr.; Jus-  'tico:Bcgblcj.whoEe acts in -'setting aside the I/iwhas  destroyed confidence and is driving labor,' capital and  enterprise out of, the Colony. ?'".  actually nothing to say. I am one of the victims and stand victimized. Judge Begbie  granted us a jury to try our case, that jury  was sworn iu and rendered their verdict, and  I was satisfied they had done what was right  Judge-Begbie however came out two days afterwards with a sort, of revelation,'he-sent rthe  jury's verdict overboard, arid instead of giving .us half the. ground as \^suggested by the  jury lie gives ns just about a quarter! -; "We  were advised by our counsel, who is an honorable gentleman, that the Judge would decide  as a friend between the parties/arid;'he certainly gave us a sample "of his'friendship! He  threw out bur.colored partners from any.participation whatever in the ground, bufrtheso  "darkies" shall not suffer any -loss by me, if  there is only a dollar., comes, out.they shall  have 'their pro' rata share. ' [Three cheers  were given for. Mr.. Laumeister.]. . _ ,;; ���������  ': ��������� The: Secretary by request of the ' meeting  then; read a leading article from; the "British  Colonist," which had just arrived;that afternoon by Express, containing sentiments which  met with the unanimous - approval of the  meeting.       -������������������������������������;>���������--.-. j^    ^ ^  The Ch'ainrinnthen proposed that Messrs. J.  McLaren and. Frank Laumeister be appointed:  as a committee to wait npbn .His -Excellency  the Administrator, of the Government with the  foregoing resolutions, which being put to the  rneetinff was carried by- acclamation.' ��������� Th  stiirdy miner in" the act pf^aisirig his pick are'  are;all very minutely brouj|ht out. The inscription occupies the.remaining.squares, and  Williams Creek,.Cariboo; 18GU.":..The work  is due for the beauty of its exepution. ��������� ;< The  cane cost something like .$250. ��������� j .; ;,: v .; ���������;   .;  ;K -.-:/,! GRAND.JURY^PORT^ V"-'J  M;J^.:Begdie EsQcniE, rJcDGE. Sltbeme^Couiit  ���������^BRITiSII'COLUMBUi".-:.;: ���������; -:;w���������.:.;j.,v.;i:.   u\l    .1  ^^^the-lGrand^teorS' of Gur-Sovereign  T ��������� A~ 4.1.X- r\,������k^������ ;5������ nnA fx������ fl,A������.M,lki. xr ir*Jl:  meeting was carried by������������������ acclamation.'������������������ The  meeting at the same. time, pledging themselves  lo.xleftayibfi.expenieg,of ihajournej...;..,^...^;  ��������� Three cheers were then given'for Judge  Cox,'tli������^'BritishColonist," theChairman^the  Secretary, the-"Cariboo Sentinel," and the  Queen,- rand three; groans; for/Judge Begbie.  The meetiugihen adjourned. !.'������������������!  Througliout the .whole ^proceedings there  prevailed that spirit of ^ood order and. deco-  actibn taken that: could bo construed into anything approaching threats of intimidation ��������� or  force; the greatest harmony arid'^unanimity  existed on all the; points; broughtfiefore the  meeting, and on the whole the people of Cariboo have reason to'tie proud'of' the orderly  character of the first meeting'ever held'���������-?������;4*^'  District, ., .':;���������.;  .;- -.'.-..'  ���������' .  hs which it.is'our peculiar privilege to en-f  J^Band in the exercise of that privilege we  I'S-SRnieet together and exchange our views on  rKvarious grcivance3 that it may be pur mis-  i ���������;:������1Qe to suffer under, arid by representation  ^^^^^Sugh petition seek redress from the proper  li������ler. ��������� We know that when the' Parliament  /IJIEngland ever.passed obnoxious or unjust  ^ the people by.their united: voice -make  tlnselves heard and their fishes are forth-  2jfp obeyed.'   What'arc our grievances? I  try to enumerate them.' : When, our laws  Msuch that it takes the highest talent in the  (r,.j7������ny to interpret them, it;is certainly time  ^^K should be altered; the ;more simplified  Iffl|law3 are and tlie easier they are to under-  i^^pd the better will they'be" for'governing  ^^B: It'wassuppbse^ when a.;person came.in-  j.^5^he colony got his license,- staked off his  ^'l|������unu\and recorded it, that .the ground he-  |&$we uis>aud if "such ground was allowed to re-'  Jmn unrepresented and unrecorded for a cer-  Jllll period, it became open for the pre-emption  I I ������ny other Per3on an,i tliat person .could not  II ;*ecognized as a ������ jumper " merely because  1 .look lt uPr 8UCb lmwever hadl)eenthe-Tiile  ^^������ lately. It is true if a person feltiiimself  ! ^#leycd bythedecision of \a Gold Commis-  gpjgjpr he had the right to appeal :to the-rSu^  yyiyP^011^ a������d in that;Court-he might find  Was proposed, by Mr. John MacLaren,.:.who"  rose and said, Chairman and e:entlemen���������If  there is; anything more than. another - upon  which men disagree it is  regard to the  ^Mredres9,but how1 is it that such a case can  g9p-oe_ thrown into aiChancci-y,Court?' The  <   |^tacle of aJudge sitting on the bench in  w������bui)r?m.������ courl^and deciding a case and  fen������rwards in a Court of 0)���������.���������*��������� m������������������?^  ;w rf0tacle of aJudge sitting on.the -bench in  gljpSupreme Command deciding a case and  ^Wrwards in a Court of Chancery reversins:  ^W decision can only be looked upon as coii-  HK1^ ?��������� Judiciary into a farce. s We are  9 th^.tl)eo?e ia law and the other justice  Wm not injustice to call men from, heS  ��������� t!'t0 ^swer injunctions' to -prevent  HK^f ?orlun^.th^ claims.   If you are  KSilPrrin ^ch an ^stance and  ���������KSte^^J??* be ablet^car-  ���������Kv^ w^?ng]|' hmfi���������^aveneither  ���������KI nnrizwdis yo,u are^ t0- use a mining"  ^������se, completely "froze out.'-'   One x>f  If  9������n wKn     by Jury*   ^ Wed-for your life or  9ETn^e m������ney'is at stake" ^o ^ better  ���������9 to judge on the subject than ajur^^>?3  ���������RrV Jt *Mdge can administe the-law but  U������ry^considers the facts.    Letus a^then  ^'ftSSS^ ,fSe ^^ces  mn  ^  Fraser, until it  different forms of-Government., There is one.  thing however on which they,all agree, aud  that is,that it is tho duty of every Government,  to protect the lives- and property of the sub-'  jeet. In asking for, a Court: of Appeal it is  just, expedient -and right.:"' It is impossi ble. in  the very nature of things to expect that such  a Court of Appeal as we now have can be as  accurate in its findings as where two or more  men sit to deliberate. I am not intimidated  at the action we are now taking.^ We know  that the 'habeas corpus' and the bill of rights  still exist. We know nothing can protect any  high official from being deposed. Even Lord  Westbury had to come down from the judicial  bench on an impeachment for peculation, made  by a poor British subject This community:  however are willing to lei bygones be bygones,'  arid" will merely ask for the establishment of a  Court of Appeal. It liappcns most unfortunately that this country does.riot possess many  natural attractions to -keep men;in .itt.bnt if  artificial means are employed to drive them  out Of'it/1 then*itr beeonies-the'��������� duty;^of;,eyery;  man to : see; ;that; such a;; state :pf ^thingsV be  brought, to a close. ';.[Tnree! cheers were given  for the speaker.] ;;   :y--:2ymy^:kyy;'':-y:yy  Mr. Frank Perrott, in seconding this resolu-  tiott;said, This is the first meeting of; the kind  I have ever seen. .In England; there was no  occasion for holding indignation, meetings for  the mal-administration of justice., The treatment which this community had,received from  our Chief Justice reminds' me of the story of  a drunken father and his family, whose continued abuse and . cruelty ' to them at last  aroused their resentment .to such a point that  they determined on locking him up, . The  speaker concluded by: saying that it was the  duty of every miner to attend the mass meeting and endeavor by united action, to have  his grievances redressed. [Three cheers were  given for Perrott.]    <  The Chairman having read the resolution to  the meeting it was unanimously adopted.  The following is the third Resolution:  RESOtvED���������"That a Committee of .two persons bo appointed to wait upon His Excellency the Administrator  of tho Government with tho forogoing resolutions, and  earnestly impress upon him the immediate necessity of  carrying out tho wishos of tho people." ���������'-",-  Mr. George Murdoch in a few remarks pro  posed this resolution, which being seconded  by Mri Thomas Simpson, and put-by the Chairman to the meeting was unanimously adopted.  The meeting vociferously called for Mr.  Frank Laumeister, who took the stand and  said, Mr. Chairman and gentlemen���������I have  Immediately on the adjournment of the mass  meeting the whole. multitude waited-on'-' his  honor Mr. Commissioner Cox, at tiis.residen.ee,-  for the purpose of presenting him with'an elegantly gold mounted walkingvcane, as a token  of vtho highfespectand esteem-entertained for  bim as.-a just and-upright administrater of the  laws;by the miners of Cariboo; I:" i,yry[  Mr. S."Booth,"who* was appointed; by the  committee to wait en his Honor and make the  presentation, read the address of the miners  accompanying the giftj which ran as follows:  " W.m. Geo. Cox, Esquire. Gold Commissioner,  &c, Wiluams.Creek, British Columbia^  a gin.���������The miner's of Cariboo beg leave to  express their continued .confidence in your  administration "of the Mining Laws..in. this  District,���������all high handed efforts'tO;.set those  laws aside to tlie contrary notwithstanding,*. ���������  .,<> We therefore beg that, you .wilt accept the.  accompanying present as- a token of our respect and esteem, and. we "ask that you will  take it as a mark of 'our appi*eciation of your  determined efforts to do substantial jnstiee in  all cases tried before you7;-     '';     ....;.:.:  . [Signed by 500 miners of Richileld, Barkcr:  ville, Camcrontown, Van.Winkle, Lowhee  Creek and Grouse Greek.] -'������������������. , V: 2) fy. :l  :. After which Mr. Booth in a^very able and  eloquent speech presented the cane to'His  Honor, co!icluding his remarks with the wish  of the whole community that his career; of  pefulfiSs~s*���������  many years/and that his life inightjbe:crowned .: by happiness, and' prosperity..;, . [Three  cheers were given for Hfe Honor>];:;;  After the noise subsided Mr, Cox; read the  fbllowing.reply:; y��������� ,'���������'!,';���������?,-.!, i::':.-/:V'^';.;;;/:!:"'::���������'���������!.  " GENTLEMENr,-rI beg to thank you.-most  sincerely for this valuable testimonial-���������-valuable in itself--but much' moi'e so in the estimation of it as an expression of. your esteem  and respect for me as the Commissioner of ltnis  .District/ Not that I requii*ed ariysuch token  to convince me of it .Your approving opinion of my efYorts at duty and service are not  unappreciated. . . -'.."' ������������������6* ; : y y  "In conclusion, I wish you all success and  a continuance of the mutual good feeling which  has hitherto existed between us.  "Yoursfaithfully; .   ;  .     "WM. GEO. COX  "Cariboo, 23rd June, 1866." ������������������������������������'<  The cane is made of Rosewood and beautifully polished: The head is composed of over  five ounces of Cariboo gold gracefully wrought  into an octagon shape, having a piece of polished gold bearing quarto inserted on the top.  On one of the squares is elegantly engraved  the Coat of Arms of British Columbia as represented on the seal of, the Colony; on the  reverse side is a representation of the various  modes of gold mining, on the left the mouth  of a tunnel can be seen, on the right an elevated water flume with hydraulic hose attached,  and in tho foreground a set of sluice 'j, with a  absence of< all Uiihe in the district,-which'is  alike creditable to .the intelligence of the iri-  habitarits, "and* [tli'e-jrudehce^ and energy of  the" resident Magistratej Mr.-Commissioner  Cox.:-^'-;;;-:-;;'::./;- ���������';.'    -������������������:;-    ���������;" -;-'���������* :���������  ;; That the Hospital 19 in great need of tc-  'p'air'.s,tblarikets'and many other nccessarieVi".  ���������'That the Literary Institute .is convenient,'!  comfortable and useful. '.'������������������;.'������������������ ,>(/.-������������������ \y :  : That:the comfort and; accommodation of  -the Court House is-a matter of great importance to^all residents especially in the:winter;.  arid: that flie courtesy of the G6ld;<C6miriis-  -* >>* ���������*-&*������** :-9>7\W  thc^orurtHbusei>;V-'-:v^-^^ :-?^>.  .. -"That a:subsidy:.lor'the;erection,of a 'Test  .Quartz'Mill in this district;-would���������;. b<i a * more.  perriiarierit.benefit .to tliis Colony than many :  siibsiSjes riow!grarited;by)he;Goverrim       '  -'.;  ,com miinity,^ owing.'to: its';' isolated..  ip'6sitiouJ.the;peciiHay^ of its-interest^.and \  e:3p^ciaily its national -origin^'has' a;decided ;  preiererice = for .'local' trial by jury anil is.-ex^  tremely;jealdusf6f (all verdicts" by^its 'peers1;"  'arid'We:most;'eariies^ all.ap-  peals.fromTthc'/G.^   pomnussib'ner's; Court  ' the' contrary,''thi^to  impression that itiis'has been, and yet is, the  of law should have received serious:considera^;  tioh,as being from the principal producers and  ���������consumers in the Colony. -'   :,;\r-;;' ���������:���������������   ���������>'���������:������������������!���������'  f-  Colony.  -,-JOHN^ MvicLAREN,-,-:���������:.���������-  ;���������. ... - ..   ��������� - =;   _-. .��������� <\ yForeman^  Grand Jury Rooms, m   ) .  :Cariboo,:a C:, June 22d,18CG; j- ������������������ yy'y: ! ?  : p$~ The public will find it much to. their  advantage to call at .the store fprmejy occupied by S. EIsasser.'Camcrontori}and'examine  the quality and.prices of the large and well  assorted stock of general merchandise : con^  sisting in .part,- viz: * Gents; Clothing,;Boots,  Shoes, Liquors, Segars and Groceries. The  whole stock must be closed out immediately,.  therefore goods are n6w!seliing at.extrehiely  low prices.  .';...._ _;;;    ���������   ;���������;'-.  *[. ..  Arrivals.���������Mr. Harris.f ex-Mayor of Victoria, arrived here 'on Thursday 'last" from Seymour, ho rode into the crcek*in.his gig, being  the'first vchicl e* of the kind that has ever appeared on Williams^ creek.; ���������_ ^r-3: 'm^x}^.  remairilril^;h^^unri^;&  entered into! partnersliii>i;.with" Mr. Topmey iiir  the tutcher business.   ��������� * \      y ���������    :   ������������������  pgyWe would call, ^e/Attention of those  having goods or others commodities to riiovri ;  between the different.'towns on .the creek to  ifr. H. C. Wilmott, who.has a Horse and Oray  ready, at the shortest: notice to execute any.;;���������'  orders he may be iavored with; at7 very r'eaV  sonabie ratesV . '-'.* .-  BALL.���������Aball .came off at Madame Lamon?s  Richfield, on Saturday evening, which;is said  to have been quite a gay affair and; well at-  itended by;the. youth and beauty of the creek. -  j^r We have to call the attention, of our  readers to an able article on Judge. Begbiers ..  recent decisions which appears in the = weekly  'Colonist" of 12th. inst.;     .;;:;;  Markets..���������Prices continue as at former  quotations' with the exception of nails and  sugar, which retail at 37 cts. ^ lb.  0!tTwo Chinamen were arrested yesterday  afternoon in.Barkerville on a charge 'of robbing sluice boxes on Lowhee creek on Saturday night last.;       <!-.   "__';-    ; ; - "      :  BIRTH.���������In Victoria, V. I,, ou the 8th last, j Itfrs.   ,  Richard Cameron, of a daughter...  3VIARRIED ���������At 2sc\v Westminster, on tho 13th  inst., Mr. JOHN'S. CurrE.to Jei^ie, second daughter  of William Clirkson, Esq;     .- .^- :  DIED,���������At tlie Cnriboo Hospital, on the 20th inst.,    .  PcscAX McQueen, aged 38 years, a native of HaliJax,  Nova Scotia. 7>rra^xro^������.iyM'A^L^������Vt-^A������IX'--UVVV^^I^VV^^i^  /t.'thU .  .CANON .CREEK..  We have been^ermitted to. make an extract  from a private Spter. from ' Quesnelmouth:respecting'the new diggings on Canon creek,  it says: "Hickson, ShepperdandMcLeesejust  . arrived ofrom^ a prospecting trip( on Canon  creek, and they, bring: back a first rate account  of the country.? f.The.;water was so high in the.  : creek that tovas impossible for ;them to prospect it, so they tried'the benches. ;The first  bench tried was 12Vfeei" above the level of the  creek; they brbnghi-a ditch in and ground  sluiced for a space \>f ;20 or 25 feet, and washed up $73���������I weighedyt here myself.' The  amount does nofc; seem rriauchj but considering  : tlie obstacles they had to. contend with I;think  it isfir3t;rate:V.:It tookthem five days tp:sluice  andwasjjuplthe.abpye. sThey.:had.tout;one  shovel and one pickjtiayiriglostsome.of their  ��������� tools on the way npy rand: had to use two;; old  leaky sluice;boxes/ through which a good deal  .of fine dustgot^ lost.; i.Shepperd showed me  a prospect of 50 cents;to a pan which,he:got  in another place.-;'."All-the gold is more or less  mixed with quartz. I Bob McLeese found- one  piece of quartz that.weighed;abput two pounds.  which is, perfectly impregnated:;with gold.;  They are: all going back again immediately.;  They represent the country as being extensive.;  Enclosed you will:findva sample of the gold."!  .-...- [We have seen the .;sample; alluded to,- and;  judging from its;-dark, color we would; be-inclined to think that it will assay.well.���������Ed.] ;  &;' The TRiBUiii'-so^s-:dfe^DRm ..Ito'o^������BR^-:  While Dr. and Mrs; DeWolfe were out promenadingone'everiing, and:"settirig an example^  to the:risirig-generation, a crowd of ragged  and uriappreciative urchins., ori the* corner, of  Hyde and Vallejo,; streets set ���������up the. cry < of  "there'goes; the woman in man's . cloth??,;f  which so annoyed.th'cJirialc'Df. ,W61fe that he  resolvedto give chase^to "oneof \ the largest, of  thei urchins,; and -with that viewlet go the aria  of tne 'femaie ;35r- vWoii<������- and!' bounded;after  the.ybung!scape-grace like a cat after a mouse.  After'iriovirig about$Q yards the:Doctor's pins  ���������.'flew- out from under .him;and ,he:rolled: inglp-  riously in the dust, much:to the amiisementof  the bystanders arid'greatly to tiiechagniiof  the Doctor.- Shaking the^dus^fromhis'clothes  the:-. heroic dress reformer joined "-������������������ his ��������� better  half and continued his promenade j fully convinced thatVpublic opinion'/hadgot the best  \oi hirii tliat time.^F^Bulle.tiri.>,;:���������:*:'. ��������� ,;! -y  Ot ItXE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT  THEPQ^T   OFF  . will, until farther notice, be kept at the .   , ,  ������������������  LI g R A R Y - ;IN C AM E RON TO W N,-  and Mr.: JOHNiBOWRON wiM;bc tho; Acting Postmaster;  .';. :'yW-.'-r:'y'i:-.f .V"y-;-"> Wax. geo. cox,: :  KichQoid,b.c.,   \y       .;,...;;..:,;;,,;     j.p..:  1st JIay,:A, D/1866. j    ... Itf  QUESNELMOUTII ADVERTISEMENTS.  COLONIAL RESTAURANT*  QUESNELMOUTH, ��������� -"���������" V-'.':"fc-;  P. L. JOHNSON, Proprietor, !;;  Meals at all hours, and Cooking of the beet  description. .      ��������� s'  ; ���������  '���������::''-���������..        QUESNELMOUTH,    - ;>;' .  BROWN <fc-GILLIS,; Proprietors.'    .  Good Beds; Restaurant;.Billiard Table, &c.  ; '���������';\ % ..: Stobling for.Horses,; Hay and 'pats..    ' s :���������;..  VICTORIA ADYER^ISEMJ^  GOVERNMENT STREET, VlfJTORiA  lWHOLESALE  and re  un  :L:y! ' ;:'cV\ITUIpT.6lS^  There is no distillery kept in this establishment,  and strychnine and rot-gut find no place here.    2  )  :;   .      * RICHFIELD,:   . '  PATRICK  KIRWIN, Prop'r. ���������  Best Billiard Table on the Creek; the Liquors  ��������� .-and Cigars aro of tho'finest quality.. ��������� ��������� " 9  b  RICHFIELD.:  ;; GIRQP &: GUICHON^    .  :���������.:���������:.:. Old Established ' General, Store,   :���������  PROVISIONS, WHOLESALE &  COMMIS-  ;.  :;��������� \ :\ [ SION: MERCHANTS,-; - ;;-'^;:  0': Storage! &c.���������Terms:most Moderate."- :���������  .���������; :...... ..  ...    quesnelmouth. /���������. !-. ;��������������������������� -s' :;  ^J;.H. TURNER: & go-  IMPORTERS OP *'  English &;Ffench'Silks,; Shawls,-Dre^,,  ���������:    derolothlng,'Gloves;���������:and-everyVdeswrinr-'^  , ��������� ���������������.".-���������    -.���������-...Drapery Goodsf- IJ^T^fr  Receive regular-supplies by Express Via TV*  by flitiling vessels y|a Cape; Horn.  '      ��������� ���������      '  .ana i  1 4������- Particular attention given to all ordoN  i I^ndon Firm-iJ; P. - Tuxstall* &'Co. ':   "���������>  ROAD SIDE HOUSES, &c.  COLD   SPRING   HOUSE,  ;".'./  ;BOYD & HEATH/ Proprietors,   -���������  rpHIS HOUSE is situatcd^26 miles from Qnesnelmou'th.  X The proprietors having lately fitted, up bedrooms  and good Beds are now prepared to afford every accommodation for Travellers; the Table is furnished with all  the luxuries that can bo procured; tho Bar Is well sup.;  plied with tho best brands of Liquors' and Segars; good  Stabling, Hay, Oats and Barley. jQ&* The CHEAPEST  Houad on the* Road'. l*s ' ,  ,,:-���������"..;.-2y ,fI^j^LISHBI) 1858.1  WILLIAM Z^Llp^de'aler ia Drcos -  Ci.nes aud Chemical, Fancy and "Toilet 5 i  Sponges, Brushes;; Perfumery, ,&07 ;,Vhvsk\SA  scriptlons carefully compounded and orders ������T *���������  with care and dispatch.. .Victoria, V.I  ;   ' PATTRICICS CORNER,  T   R. ROBERTSON,' Wiiie and Snirit v  O ��������� chant, Victoria, V.I. ��������� opmta?  BOOTS! BOOTS!!-  f SAT SA^! How is  s ityourBooT8woar*)J  <]ry1 ;.BccausoInMS3  anti.keep your feet so ������*r {   . jwutuso i pm^i  Charity and Btitler, Government Street vS  .,'.: ,v..��������������������������������������������� v ' .rMkrosants a^d.Dealersm ;������������������;���������.���������  PROVISIONS, -CLOTHING; LIQUORS;'&c.  u������  ' j^r A baby was; born Petersburg,' Va;,  the otheri day,;:with! ifee;.e^tct impression of a  two cent;TJ.������:;revenueMstainp on;his forehead;  An <exchange;;says,". the:mbtfiermtisihave been  ��������� chased by. a government: tax^bliectpr;;:;';"[;; \  '��������� $&. An impatient^bpy, waiting for the grist  said to; the;.raillery^I could -eat the;meal as  fast as the mill grinds it" r^How long could  you do ;so??,v inquired the miller.! .f.Till I  starved to death," was.the sarcastic reply.  The Steamer^^: E^  yy yyyyw&^  ���������] 3a"ONDAr& THURSDAY MORNINGS,. -;i  :-;/:-;'/^:.AT DAYLIGHT;' *\������������������ ���������'  Wz^t'^^y^ : ��������������������������� ;.  WEDNESDAY &; SATURDAY^^MORNINGS,  ���������'���������_"��������� ���������"-.-'"      AT 6 O'CLOCK,  .       "-:' ���������    --:  ''))���������  Connecting at Soda Croek with Barnard's Stages on  -Wednesday's trip down and-Thursday'sltrip upji:  ���������m^y Freight to Quesnel;li cte. ^-tb.- ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������: ���������  Steamer,*Ent'erprisc:'-> -,)h'j'--���������r; ���������.. ������������������'"'���������:'-:*��������������������������� 'l.-    ���������'."::.-��������� ���������  ?May21str1866:   .   j   ; ;    :   f-m^yy'yy.1  ':S.-';  i s.Z I LILLOOBT ADVERTISEMENTS. >',  /.;    McLEESB & SENNY,^ Proprietors, ';; ;  THE PUBLIC ARE; INVITED TO CALT>AT:THIS  Houso.-There is.Good Meals; Good Beds; Stabling  for Horses; Barley. Oats and Hay. ���������������������������;-:<.������������������-���������- \-s���������. ������������������;-'���������-  JAY & CO., Fort. Street,-Victoria., v i  Garden and Field Seeds guaranteed. .'uVe^i  ftsl  a carefully selected stock pf the above'from (Hk  European aiicl: American- Markete;>;The early ordtv  their.friends' in British.Columbiakafp; SQllciied fe  licular attention is cailoid tb;their larcc stock off?  xroTev'vatfdroiiro'flr:^Bb^--^r;:vt^  Fruit Trees arid Bushes, ��������� Evergreens,JShrub? era  house and' Garden Plants,'-Standard ahd'BnarfS  of every variety; - Catalogues on applicationr -37  f  IS OPEN FOR ,THE. ACCOMMODATION OF THE  Travellingr public; thoibedrooms:arc spacious*and  airy and tbe,Bods cannot be.surpassed for cleanliness  and comfort by any in the lower country; the Table is  always supplied with the best; of victuals. v; Stabling  for Horses; Hay,.Oats and Barloy constantly on hand;  T> "���������:. BRODRICK,' CoXt 'ant) I������ROb\;cE Deaiie. i  Jtti#i large'stock of Hay,- Oats,* Wheat and'Barlcyrfkl  attention.  'U  v: 141 MILE HOUSE/"  DENNIS MTJRPHY;'Propriet6f.���������'. This House  is furnished >vith every convenience for the comfort of Travellers;- the-Culinary department is under  the superintendence of'an experienced cook; the Beds  are clean and comfortable.; the Bar contains the; best  of Liquors; Segars,i&c. :.Stabling,.Hay; Barley & Oats.  LltLOOET    MILLS.  WAKE   UP   JAKE  EESTAUEAft ::MKEM  AND  /.Barkerville,-B.'.cl, ���������  '   KELLY & PATERSON/ Pkoprietors;  Everything is done in connection with this establish  men t to give satisfaction to the customors;';    :   '      '  ^S3"Meals at all hours.  '.'"'' ..".'.   1.;  HIT   OR   MISS  Bakery and Coffee Saloon^   :-:'" '���������;"������������������ '-v.-;- kiohfield-;.!.;''- ::':'!;"���������;  JACOB HEINSON, Flroprietor,  Bread, Pies and Cakes*constantly on. hand.  In the County Court of British' Columbia  Holden at RichGeld.; *  IN BlNKHUPTCr.    '  WHEREAS, a Petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy, has boen duly flled on the 16th day of May  lust by Walter Long Fkxto.v, of fSamerontown, Wil  liams Q-eelr, British Columbia, latpjiestaurant and. Saloon Keeper, and no having been adjudicated,a Bank-;  rupt, is hereby required to surrender hiragelf to Wm.  G^oT Cox, Esquire; the'Judge of-.thtf above Court, for a  iirrft examination on Friday the 15th4ay.of; June-nest,  at.filoven o^iocli in the .morning precisely,; and, on  .Monday; thp 16th day of July next;:at'll o'clock in.the  mOrning precisely, at tho Conrt House; Richfield;:and  .make a full discovery and disclosure of his estate and  oif������cts, when and where the Creditor.* are to come.pre-  p;ired to prove their, debts, and at!the first sitting'to-  . choose Assighoes.and at the last sitting- the said.Bank1  rupt is required to llnisli his examination;;���������'.-���������.V;-���������.���������-:?:-..>������������������'.-���������������������������.���������  All persons indebted to the said-Bankrupt or that  have any of bis estate and eifects are riot to pay or:deli vcr the same-but to Mr.M. G. I^illips^Esq ,* the: Official-Assignee .-appointed by the said Court.   .  - ' JOSEPH'PARK/-.   .'  ' '".'-;'''���������' ���������'",.' :��������� , -''    yy. ���������-,-���������- Richfield, .-;���������  .' Counsel for Petitioner.  Ricbfield, 17>h May, 1866.       -  - f       :      4  WRE UNDERSIGNED aro'now.maunfacturiug FLOUR  jJL of all grades: Extra, Superfine and-Fine.;   Feed  Crushed to order.  Vl-s  LILLOOET FLOUR MILL CO., = -.  '.'���������;".   F. yw. Foster, Agent.  bto od; will tell 1  BLUE   TENT   RANCH;       c  WM.' HENDERSON begs to "inform his friends  and.the-travelling public generally,that he has  taken.thblabove Ranch and is prepared to supply them  with First' Class'Accommodation. ' Good Stablings for.  horses; Hay and Grafn.   ':���������   ^ ! * '; ' ; -'��������� ��������� '��������� '��������� -'���������';.4--1 -s';:;  fi ENTILED Photographic Gallery,-6craj|  \jf. ment.St, yictoria,V.I.,.opposite HoteldeFnWf  Views'dt Caribbjo and. Scenery.ib'rbugbout BritkLK  umbia, including yioj^s of.the route to Big Bend, aiwl  on hand at liberal rates..';.->;;, ])'��������� '.'���������'...'y,.��������� ���������;/;.'';. jV  HmBE^V&'CARSWELL, Importnig Bed-  SELLERS. & STATIONERS, constantly siipplieilidi  receiving.from;best; sources, School,' Staridarii, nHA  cellaneous Books, and; Staple-and Fancy -Sta{jccigi[  all its .Branches.- .*, Corneiv.:yates .and 'Langlcj; ctm|  Victoria, Vancouver Is land.;; ":''' ^ ���������:.: ;l' 1^  P.; WHRdJR; Tailor & OuTFiTTKE,Fori5iwi|  yic.toria,;Vi .Jtf opposite:Bce Hivo Hotel, whrcJil  is prepared tb supply his numerous.jpa'trohswitfirtnl  requisite'for Clothing suitable for -every.seascniiij  year. v;;-������Mr';-' ������������������-'>  '������������������������������������'���������   .n ':y--\^^^ ^-- V.Mf  T',H6MAS''Vv^S6N���������&;cX)'.,^im^rtOT*o������'?i,  lish Merchandize, .wholesale arid retail deitoil  Drt Goodb,1 &C;,: Yates Street, -Victim^ .V. I; ^k rf  after 1st Jiinemext'in Government Street, oppcsii������'i|  Bank of, British' Columbia. -���������. '���������- "-1 :���������:,.��������� ������������������(���������:���������.:���������:, U  EDWIN   TYNON,  DEALER IN DRY GOODSJ CLOTHING, HATS. AND  Caps, Boots and Shoes, Carpetings, Oil Cloths,  iWall Paper, &c, Lillooct, B. C;-  ���������  >���������' '��������������������������� ;    :  ;;l*-s ������������������  LILLOOET    BREWERY,  JACOB MILTZ, Proprietor, has always oh  hand a large' and-superior- stock of Lager Beer; at  the Bar.will be found the: best;Brandies, Wines and  Sogers; the public are invited to call. Prepared to fill  all orders promptly. -������������������,.'.;' l*s.  .:;���������:!:': 11IV MILE HOUSE; f >  :WM. MANSON1; D.A. McLEAN,  .Proprietor, .. '..Agent:  THIS HOTEL'IS'.LARGE AND WELL : FITTED "OT  ��������� for the comfort of travelers; the Table is supplied  with the best of'every thing that can bo procurd,'/and:  the cooking is not inferior to any on the road; Bedrooms  for, families; Stabling, Hay, Barley and Oats.     1-s   ������  SPELMAN and MeKENZUS, Proprietors.  ��������� .This.House is well fitted up with Good Beds and  tho Bar is furnished with the bcstLiquors; Meals are  served at all hours on the' Restxinrant principlo.f,,.,?^-  bling'for Horses, Horse Feed,. &c.'-��������� , 1-s  ! Pioneer Hotel���������-Lillooet,  CHABLES NELSON, Proprietor. This old  established House is well fitted up for tho comfort  of Travellers;, the Tablo.is supplied with the best of  everything that can bo had, and the cooking is not inferior to the best hotol in the lower country; Bedrooms  for Families;'.Stabling for Horses, Horse Food, &c.  Tlie Express stops here. 1-s  ���������-.  83 MILE HOUSE.  ���������  ; A LBERT CRYSLER has opened the above House for  -tjl tho reception of Travellers; the Table iswell kept  and the Liquors cannot be surpassed ; tho Beds are  clean and comfortable.   Stabling for Horses, Hay and  pats.:..- ���������';".' v ::-:������������������   ���������'    -     '.:'������������������ '  lis y  JUNCTION HOTEL-CIMON CITY,  J "AMES HURON, Proprietor. - This commodi-  ��������� ous Hotel is well fitted up with every convenience  for.the comfort of the public; the Beds are all that a  weary traveller could desire; tho Table is supplied with  the best of fairo; the Bar contains the choicest brands'  ofJ,i.Q.uors and.Sugars: good Stabling, Horse Feed, Oats^  Barley, &c. ��������� ' 1-s'-  HOTEL'DE PRANCE, Victoria, V.I,Jb  Bigne and PiERitE Mancikt, Proprietor?. TeeBa-i  taurant is suppliedwith all the delicacies tho. nasWl  affords..; In the Bar. will bo found tho choicest liQiui |  Furnished Rooms;. &c."' " v v V" .'; *'.' '.,'  .,'  1*  I?traENE THOMAS, Yates street, Victaj  V Wholesale and Rotail Dealer in WINES,.BR.V.\DIE  BEERS, and. LIQUQRS' and depot ��������� of Havana Scja |  jGoods torwarded to the Mining Districts.' '-" !; ;  FRANKEL," Victoria, V, L, Dealer in Fra  ��������� Skins, Hidbs, Wool, &c. ���������,Liberal advances^ |  on-Furs consigned. ���������Reference���������G; Sutro,& Co.^:  b.org & Rueff, Vlctbfia; Vl T, ���������   ���������-' '  '*'< ��������� '������������������'" H'  MRS. HEIN.-M1LLIXER& Dress Maker, Gf*  ������11 ment Street, Victoria,,V.' I. . All kiudsof M  of;the: latest1 stylo -kept constantly on hand.;; Oria  frora the country punctually attended to. *       w  PETER  McQTJADE; Ship  Chandler��������� ag  dealer in Paint3,'0il5, and Window Glass.'��������� Ai������������  on hand���������a large stock of Rope and Canvass  Street, Victoria,,V..I..;,,-... ���������    - ;.'  w  ���������14?  PORT DOUGLAS APVERTISEMENTS.  MACDOlsaALD'S    HOTELj  M: MACDONALD, Proprietor. Miners and  .others destined for tho Bridge River Mines; will  find every 'convenience-and accommodation afforded,  them.. Good Bods and a Table well supplied with.all*  the delicacieis of the season.   :'-- T-s  BACIG-ALUPE, Merchant and Packer, bc-  I' ORENZO LEARTO, Proprietor.' This house  j affords every, accommodation for tho comfort of  Travellers; the Table is furnished with all the delicacies  of the season, ami the Bar is stocked with the choicest'  of Wines, Brandies & Segars; good stabling for horses;  Hay, Barley and Oats constantly on hand at low rates.  Newly milled Flour for sale cheap. 1-s'  TAI SOONG- &: O 07, Cdmmisslori Mercliai:^*  porters and DoalersiD Chinese Goods, Bice, J&  Opium, Nut Oil, Provisions; AciiCormOruatStit^  toria. V.I. . .   -- ,..,-���������       ���������' '   '��������� 1'33  XX��������� tween Douglas.and Lillooet.  good stock of Provisions, &c.  Always on haiid a  l������2in  SCHORLING,  VAN^INKLB,:';',:; .;��������� :; ' '  Dealer in all kinds of^Provisions, Otothing, &c.  ^���������Stabling for Hor*es; Kay, Barley and Oats ai_  .w*v������on hand.    . -1-s  fi '������������������ jUr SMITH & CO.; Proprietors. .This House is  J*3T# well fitted up for the accommodation of Travellers to the Bridge River Mines.; Good Beds, Stabling  for Horses, iHorsCr Feed, &e. -A.Stage runs twice a, week  between this house and Port Douglas on tho arrival of  tho steamers from below and connects with the Lake  Boats for Lillooet. ; -1-s   ���������  ��������� The Bonaparte, House>  QEMLEN, &. PARKE,! Proprietors, at the  O ^unctlon.of. the Cariboo and Big Bend. Roads,, is  now open for the accommodation of the public. ' Distance from Clin ton, 26 miles; from Savanas Steamboat-  Landing, 22.miles; from Spcnce?s Bridge,: 30 miles.  Travellers will find prices and accommodations to suit  the times. Gi vo them a ca it. Stabling,. Hay & 0rain:  attentive hostlers.; Stage leaves:hero twice a week for  Big Bond and yalc, and; ohco a week for Cariboo    ; l^s  O ON & CO.,'Importers and Dealers inij  . kinds of Chinese Goods and Provisions, Kiev..  gar, Teas,. &c.,. Cormorant Street,.west of Goveinn-.������.  Victoria; V. I. .:.'.... -    ��������� Chin K-av, Wv^  p= WATSON, Watchmaker, Jeweler  1^. and Engraver. Yates street, abuve Government street, .Victoria,. V. I. -.. l"s  WILSON & MURRAY,  Ohock^^^  } V  Wine & Spirit Morcliants, Bakers & <*nfee������ff  5Fort Stroot, Victoria^; VV L- ,.; v-; ���������-,: '.::'-">/^^>  , QPORBORG & RUEFF, Cbin'inission W  O CHANTS. -Wholesalo-Dealers in |Grooebie8,ym,  sions, Boors; &: Shoes, Wharf street, .Vietori vVi '���������  m  ... MESSRS. CORNWALIi'S.: : ���������'.;'���������  A T THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, half-way between  ioL Spence's Bridge and Clinton, on tho Yale Route*  .Travellers'will And Good Accommodation'. The best of  living, of Liquors,- and of.Wines Fresh Butter^ Milk  and Vegetables.   Good Stabling and cheap feed.     1-s  'QPROAT&bb.^iatc Anderson &������^SS  O and Commission.MKKcnASTS, f>toreS3W'  VL'ls  1-s.  LEWIS LEWIS, Clothier, Yates Street, Victoria,  opposite tho Bank 01 British North America, ;   1-s  "MA LLAXfiilXB, COLLECTOR &GENKRAL AGENT  ,��������� Gorernmctttj street, Victoria, Vancouver Uland.  E  HICK'S   HOTEL,  T YTTON SQUARE, New Westminster^.C.  Xj now occupied by W. E. STEIN. Tho above favorably known house is now open to the public; the Bar  is constantly-supplied with the choicest brands of  Lhiuor* and Segare, a  -fi'   SUTRO &-C6��������� '^^^'���������^S^^i'  XX'.   CIGARS, TOBACCO,. Meershauni Pipes, a." ?,|.  corner of yhtesasid-Wharf street,. Victoria. _^j>  '���������~      ''   '..'.'   ' -.��������� .:���������:':'������������������'^~������������������  .  -���������' '..  ~     . . nnqfC!lT'  B. HAGGINv'PHYSiciAN&S^  ner of Yates, and Government fcts.,.���������VuJ-^'l  P  IERCE & SEYMOUR;;;lf lers ������V^  Furfiture, Broad Street, Victonavv^  :7SiftS5^rS^^5rffif^-f ������: If ���������  \J Merchants, Wharf Street, Victoria^v^���������^  HENDERSON and^BURNABYi; ^%  Wfcttrfstreet, Viptoria, V. I.;  mm  rl M  7.U  1-s  m  Vbi;2>  Williams^  -:;^-fi ���������' 'pS^?|^  (SpeciaVDisi/atcnto "W0A������^.^Pro������<j;^'i  .  Washing  appearecHn*he House^o-darand de^yer^  ;Sch'en Mexican mk^hckL^9K.^m  [ ^iiM^ari^declareaf thaUthe,; GaWjent  f should give some .practical expression oftheir  iSion ^mmm^^^^^^  I was wmtotffliS^fl^^  force the Fifty Million Mexican Loans under  UnsiacraMbyW  [Affiiirsi iThcGommittee ho^^eport onthe  subject during ^he; coMng^|fe������l^ &;  Eaton, for fifty'years /editor; ofrv the 'National  ;fo{Migene������r,^  extraordinary advance; in.-���������.-..gold -to-day.���������An  the absorbing subjects of ijd^w^&^B^^  tin*. IThefet^  rouiry at the Treasury Separiirieiit as to^what  out eliciting anp anawer^prth^of-note. Liu-'  Imping newi^^  f pectedly. ^Secretery> Spy^ul&PkSftV %  loallers with ,a veryrrosy.pieturefas in theevent  iof ageneralbrbH^te  Istafes would"inairitain.-strict: neutrality and  reap ten Md ?1fte"com^  insurrection^-Thetfriends ar&~counsehof^ff  fDavis have; renewed witbuvigqr applications  [to the President for his parole,-,., ��������� /,���������/. ,..  \ New^Ybrkj Juneil6^^^pi������ei uneasiness is  now being ^felt anout thexholera,^ because of  fseveral*cWeriittfo^  antine show two>new cases and ftnedeath^on;  board: the\Peruyiau,'. - wfl&tfbft; passengers of  the Unionare-entirely exemptsW;;>%\. f.U<n: '  l: Detroit}-\June .17th.^Gener^l^:Lejyis, Cass,  ���������I serted^he eityiri^oonBequenbeiOf the new: conscription; the authorities had made ^arrange-;  ments to carry away the funite and valuables  oft the JJ^siljciaiO^S^ Marks,, 1$0$%$$^  says;the reservations! p������tAustria it>_fieri$ccep������.  1 ante of the'febnferehile prevented tiny trough  examination qf AustrianStandi Italian differ^  enees; and adds,, that ^giand^ja^Russia-cbnr  siderecl that ��������� under I the,Circumstances -^the  deliberations��������� of the conference would have.no;  'real- utilityv; :^he ;Goyerninent of the Emperpr  c'ould-;'jp(Qt -buV show these ^pinions* aftd1 relin;  l^uisii'fbr^tbe present;the Jhope- it eritertaiiis  Yrbni the; iramedmte assembling of ^  tiaries^ "The London 'Tiraes' says the critical  relations on;";tlie continent have saved the British'  sume  -)ortthree,deaths!'by cb16leWha^^(^w31n  I this city -and^hree^^^  of Healthare m#ing^yeryeffiprfetb^oheckthe  spread of the scourge,; ,^hysimnl^are.kept;at  headquarters: and fcart-loads^oft disinfectants  avtL*?3arried :p^mBp^^^te4^^^^^^''*^  disc ase^hksiOccurr ed:?f^nsiderablex alari  *'elt to-iiifehV'abbut-the "epidemic?1,*���������V: * 'y ^  New Yb%, June 16th*���������-Steamer City of  .'arisjbring^datep.to Jhejjjih. It is fully ,conr  ir me* that Jhejpr pppsedf^ace Conference! was  febaridonedi "Rowing* i^demati^^o^ Mstria^  fwhich, were regarded byEnjp;Iand^]BVance-an<i  lllussia as tantamount ^to^ tbftisal;; althegqti-  fktibhs wer&;tn^  Ifor*neutraliand���������armed< ppT^s tc> n^otiaje  I among theniselves(brkfcomm^ice war;:;Hepes  |of peace are hearljr vanished;"y[TtieLoiidbn  ^Times' saysj daily;anilmurl^chain^^  |fade away;, and^it believes'&9; first;movement  |will occur Jin %ie ElbaiDiictiieS, but ������the%reat  |movement of Austria will be nearer the bouh-  Paries of Silesia f^rieparutibns^ aetlft^si-  Itions are re|)br1;ed in^ allqu^ri^rs^-The tTrus:  Isian Gpyernment had issued.a circular note to  fneutral p b wera -charging JA.usiria jwitii: fi%rani  |breach of treaties,: by refering; the Holsjtein  ^question' to -the Diet;"y !^^sFdespatch:^;:rTO^  |London quotes conspls;85j ������ &5. Agra and  [; Mastejrmans Bank had; susp ended, with liabili-  | ties heavy Ini w^^relad^bausing cpnsider-  pabte cbmnjefcial depress jfon) ffip^  I unexpecteHr : M  jtinues, and war is apparently inevitableV Paris  [bourse very flat^62i. An toperial Austrian  .decree has been issued s'uspenduig thelaw for  jprotection of personal liberty in Venetia and  I other southern parts of the- empire;r ;authority  [to do likewise and-establish military courtsis  rgiven to the General commanding, the army of  ;the north. ' ^^^; *������'������**?������*~*.-',^~:?������ 1.^:-:- c\nr4">i(\/\  lations on;tue .conniieiiii uu.v e ������������y������u mu prtr  i Ministry.;. Renof Betts'&po., jvould' re-  me business iir a������������������ few;days.������ : * K > ^ nl ''���������  20th,. arrived-.thiSf mpTmng^Gen. ;Shferntan?s;  agehSyeslerday refused' %00Wi dollarsi >p erift ptf  , for| 42,feefcof ground :corner> of Glay and Mont-  ;'������^8?^si$e#^  King died in GharIeston> Hass;J :on|19th May;  shg had been infirm in -health some time^-  Bates of fare to^w^ofrk by^the Gonstitution^  |>wh;ich sails for Panama :pn*Monday, are first  iCabiriy outside berths, $225;':inside;rooms,  $18i;50;^bndreabihj:^I^t  19th for -Hong:Korig^Market^f6rr domestic  sentialchange; ca^iMi^a^  continue}to /grant! accommodations to mer-  ebants^and business 2men' freely^ at ihe Tates,  lonS current, JJtoili:per cenl;..; The receipts-  Iiatches^ruoting 15Q to^l48y^closing | at ^inside^  -prices.,  ���������       ���������- j'������    -^ . '   ^-     - ���������/  Yirgima?City,���������Fune 17.^A:fire broke out"  a^ 2 o?clqclf;l^stj^nigh|.in;;the,���������61d Fountain  Restaurant/;8th, street, second ntiuse:-to/ A,  :^.iiKfeiiccsfl^Bji inclullingpfe^ii^w^an' House^  ?| Lang's Buildings, the Virginia j Hotel? JWelfc  ' Fargo:;& ,Go's old buildings; Barnams Restau-.  rant^seyeral-hpiefc and^tone buiMngs ^with  two exceptions ond bot&sidestbf4A.'?B;- C/ and  i>l streets and; Sutton avenue and up, to the  P6s|t QfigcW ^^^Hves^were losfc;, AbbutilQQ  ^odri?nc^: andsto^  tetits^were destroyed;    *   -.- ; ,-   y  , ly]g������5? A! publican^ wife in^Suflolk, whilst at.  churcb, fell Casleep^atid-ilet'.'faiii heir ;bag, in  :^ibh:she-carried; jab^dle^  by theVnpise, she jumped up, and exclaimed,  ^CusitiSal! therefs another jug broke.7? :     -:  Why is a tigfeshoeiil^e a fine summer^Be1  cause it makes the corn grow,   y  y.    c 'y .���������',  'j TriR Univebsal;TniAp'ricB;;of^iinixing;Chicory -and  other adulteratiyes With. Coifee,h������as; very much flamagv  ed in public:>estimation, .what ought;to tie.thej"niost  delicious of BOyerages.j SP effectually.have.the public'  been druggpd'w^^^  ties have lie.enrl6st;sight off;and mang;prefer,a!: t)Jack  and, thick' infusidn*;to.;a-drihly ricti.ill spirit and .aroma,;  general;as:is the vuso:of;,(toffe6y;;it;:is .little kriO^vn:^hat:  incondehsingthevapiors.ektraGtod. fronl;the'b6rr;y;in1:  roastingp^-Hqnor,.is obtained :bfi' the' nipst���������;n^uXepu?;  taste^ and Of 'a scentiho most unbearable^;' Under suctf  circumstances"; it -'is ;icvidently/important that all the  gases and iluids O^tractcd' hy'roasting should .be. carr  riedotf as quickly as possible, in orjier to'prevent their  returning again to the CoffoepAvhicli-isthe case-intho  :confined;cylinder.    This object.ls'adinlrably.occom*  .nliahed ny the lie wand patent "Conical Goitee Roaster''  lay, jnnov#a,:::i������90^ .   ;^������;-.���������/.;;���������.. ...������.?. 15.' .  -  ''SEMi.-wWicilY 'p-i^'iii'." '���������     ;i-,'.-.-- -tS-bank-of. ..���������������:. <;-. , -  ULLAN &LASIBERT^RomB^ORS.! fiV! ','"' - HCt\ ?l ?; ������S^ v ?   ? w'J ^'ITi^ ,'"    -  .';   I' ;.-'T,:-''*^'?������  ������^^^K^*4ff, ^fli^M?.P^������^gjmg9-T piJB:tJP CABI������L,    .n  -i' ^i;562,500i>  including cost of1 delivery)' Payable4 to tho Carrier.' (" */ M J    ''    ( /  READIJMG  jCOitXiM  .*f'  JG^fo-ulat^ii^Y'^'^^Jy-S  ���������-���������'f.'r  CAMEROlfrpN^^OTLLIAM^r^REBKi:  THE;TERMS OP SUSCRIPTION^haye been, roducecl-'to���������  i$2;per>month;: above ,,400 ^volumes Jbf; New^Works  have been onljr lately addo.d to the circulating I^iraryj;  and-mbroare;expected daily.":'VParties.'afo solicited'to:  :^ubscribe: :iJ' v ; ���������" "' r^yy- ���������;.-..^ ��������� ^���������,-k^'---i/ :;^: :"v-  fevl4JC->--it:--' i.:*-:   u'' ^ JOHN BOWROK; Iiibrarian:-'"!  BARKERVILiIb', ;, !V, , /,' {[,  f;lt, ' f   f ^    :    DEALER IN     ;.     . y, ^  ,        ,;>^.,'  %>r "-^- -;  ,.'-l   '/,;  ���������''���������, 'V.< j ..=���������  -:.���������.-. i".-;;;-'A/'.T-; ���������!:���������''..���������>������������������������.>',���������������''������������������-  ' 5' CARPENTERS^&IMmBRS'^ ":  Cast   Iron , CarV Wheel|?  !    '  :\ ��������� POWDER, ^FUSE, &c.,; &c,;;  ^ i;';!  'yyyyMjSQfiM -Myyyy^^yyyy  Ai'ri- ,&t"'A\T,1  :E:;.K:������:.;  ,���������:*>���������.���������;-.;  iflffi  EcU^eiiOEiR;  :#m  Sll  Mmm&i  ; the north. ' The;Austrian army is now; 800.000  strong, of whom 600,000 WiUcompHseth'e  army of operations, viz T 356,006 against the  Prussian army, consisting of "450. battalions of  (infantry, 321 squadrons cavalry and 1088 field  pieces. LThe Prussian army is: the largest ever  set on foot. The Italian ivolunteers number  95,000 troops, and more, are coining forward  daily. ;TheLheadauarj^rs^axe swarming with  troops. The Emperor of Austria was expect--  ed at Prague-should war- break-out -Berlin  advices say. Bismarck;would..apcompany the  T& as S0QI1 asne probeeded4 to.headquarters.  IA Royal body guard left. Holstein on the 5th.  innce Frederick Charles would leave for the  Headquarters of the Prussi'anTarmy in Silesia  ^ r?J^? ^is''*������& was :en route thither on  the 6th.- The Austrian commander is said to  nave convoked the .estates of; Holstein to the  iitn June, by order of the Emperor. The  Saxon Chamber������������������ of Deputies: had voted the  credits required by Government, and approver "^Projected armaments. Great agifcMort  J-if^inVenice;: owing totheforced loan  cind thq rctusal of the Municipality to co-oper-  ** in collecting it,L  Large numbers had dc-1  - RIOHFIEIiB,  u   y :^  CTpVISiONS,GROeERpS;OL^  27 ���������' Storage and'-Goiximission. - - -s-���������  VSr-iit'i  :_.  iEvHObQ'E^  '.' I BARXERVILLE^-AflQiningt^ Office.  :::���������: : :'i y':!Wy':J. JBLAGKJLfb^ :' ������������������'.;"  BARKERVILLE:'  LEWIS  WILpE  Boot  ;-B A RKE.R.V11. L-E 2  L. JVIOUTTET  8i <JO.,  y: ^WHOLESALE &. KETAIL ������{ .;  E HAVE OKvHiNDii:largo! stock;bf Provisions,  ,, j Hardware, and iYegel^bles^and; are; deter-  mined^tOiselLineni' -. elipap^r. -.;tha.ij ? an^;piner:rStorc:vcti"  Williams crbek,-.Com'c and see and judgoforyoiirseives.  ���������;. Richfield,'>������By..5thyi������0C--;--l:r,"���������"���������^'���������'y-y'h^t^  the advantage to he derived by:the rapiil removal of  jtho stciina containing the objectionable properties, .the  mire aroma of the Coileo is retained, tho essential oil  belnc preserved and not exhausted as in tho Cylinder  Roaster where the Coilee is required to remain a much  lontrer tlnie in consequence of the steaming it under-  iroes bv tho confined steam; It is chemically impossible to retain tho qualities or airest.the.deterioration of  Co^co when ground. The hoat engendered by tho process of roasting: and especially of grinding, creates _an  action in thcelemcntary parts \vhicKgradually destroys  its iltness for drink.: , But to retain tho essential oil  which it contains we have it encased in tins containing-?  from lib. to 2S lbs., and which can' be had from any  of-the respectable dealers.: We can confidently re-  rnmniehd those who havehitherto been obligedto rc-  tV'im from taking Coffee "On account.of its ill effects,  that they may use our Coffeej roasted in the Conical  TJnn^ter being recommended by all medical men under  whose notice ithasbeen brought,<and by numerous  other testimonials in its favor. : FELL & ;^CO/,-; .  ���������     7 : "    Coffee Merchants; Tatcs St., Victoria.  ;:!;jv-:Kv-'s^UT'Eft^^;.-0o-;  ommissloa  DEBT  ge^tts  COLLECTORS.  ". Bankrupt Affairs wound up.- and Balanoc Sheets pre  pared;: Mining Accounts carefully, made up; All kinds  of Forms and agreements drawn, anil every other desT  criptlpnof business promptly attended to;     ; :  l&r Office���������RICHFIELD, near the Court House.    5  {���������T>yr:r:}yom  iupcaeAl,  ;!;!DRAFTS;>ISSUEP|P-THE^BAM^SBRAXCHB8, '. ^'  ,.  ��������� v p;;T J'INV^|6uyER4sLXND, .��������� "'"'   "   ,  ,    ; ; VICTQRIA AND NANAIMO*;;;, ^ '   y       ,.. ���������  $'������#r'<^ y: ,  ���������NE^V;WEOTJH^X^^XLis;viA^ ^->,.  't^miVy ������������������-'-. V'f CARIBOO: - ���������:'���������'-'' '���������'" "   --   .  l^i:0S^^^fr^ states,;:.; ':'. .yy--.  '^JI^p^FRAiioi^-.i^ ..- -..���������  0N:;THE'-BANi^pP MONTREAL, IN =CANAI)a,:^ :   '  ntreai;^Torouto;;Quebec;' Hamilton," London, fflag-  ^^^i^^nrg^fB^?v^y*5&^sj{^c.,;''>. Brock*-*. ���������-*"-���������-��������� "r������.V  ^S^;^nie,Whithy^Peiorboro, Ottawi^Gnelnh,^. v: v-!; ���������:-���������  I'M - f:; !���������'������������������?. ~ ^(Sodericji^.tra'tfonl, ri'ctonjl'erth',.'.:..;,.. ." ��������� . '.I  '/���������*i&:t ���������-:>���������:��������� ���������'��������� Simcoe.St. Catherinesi!- '"��������� :-\ '.-'-      '     :-  ON:NEW^pSk^On Messrs. Bbll & Qusdry, (Ageat*';   -  (-;= - :.;."��������� i,,;;, * ���������,  ���������-y 'ijfor the Bank ot. Montreal.  ONisCOTLANB-^ffil BRITISH" LIKE^'CO^S-BAKK' '.������%  !)ffiREIiA%D^t^NBXNK '  mXKxm*;>y<-y.-^- ���������'��������� yv���������--'-*������������������-.(v-" ;���������������������������?���������������>������������������  -..-^  ,=>���������,'  :fl\r .-ENflRAND��������� THE BAKICOF. BRITISH COLUMBIA,    a ���������  ������������������*.-..c������ ^. ..-... ������<������,������ r.% ��������������� -.-���������--��������� --���������;  j:G.URREm'.'ACCOrjKTS'6Iieuod fofany amouat.aot:,   .  lesslthnn/O'ne HuWed-Dollars.v- >';'^ ������������������ ���������,  .' ..v.'.      .  ^Billsi)lscountedap;CoHectod;' and.Bills of Exchanffo���������:��������� ��������� "���������  ;dn;Gre^,;Britain^;.-Sau'Francisco and -New. York -.=p.������r.:   '  fefiS^;?ir-w^i������4t-:'^-.'.-'   ���������'*���������>''-:'=������.  ?;.v. -..���������.';,r>,.-:-.  ^ Government' amfcotlie'r Securities-received for saf������  custody; Interests land Dividends'collected. I" v.''- ���������"'���������������������������  golb: juipiBM purchase^ ::  .' '^Received ondeposit, or Advances made upoh'tlfoii.* ������������������' '���������  ^mmmm^^mmmy m-yy ������������������:������������������'" :  , ;;assjy Q^Ficia;:;:;:r.  . Orfasoreveryj^cjipUoRpajefujIJg^ ...o. ^. , .,   .  ll:#lfi:fe.^. -THE- -J3ANK;  BMliSli - North  %syyyyy'; ��������� ^established-in i836.-  ���������Head Office:'7, ST. HELENSfPLAicE'-LOWOW.'  [ DRAFTS ISSUED On Loiidon,;' New vork, San'Fraa���������  Cisco, Cariboo,' Canada,' New Brunswick, Nova.?cotla,  and on all the. Branches of the National Bank of Soot-  landand Provincial Bank.of Ireland.      * -.��������� 'i-.   ',  :;  '.Bills of; Exchange and Gold-Purchaseel. ���������..  ��������� Interest on Special Deposits of Money allowed at tho  rato of a quarter.of ;onc per cent, per month..  Gold Dcst Melted and Assayed, and returns audo  within 24 hours in Coin or Bars.; ..; .. ,-,  Ores of every description carefully Assayed.  N. B.���������Any instructions as; to thedispos.il of the proceeds of Gold Dust forwarded to;tho oQIcp.in-Victoria  for Assay will be carefully attended to. ......  '.'������������������"������������������ ". J: G. SHEPHERD^Mnnagtr.  Victoria, V. I., April, 1866. ; ' "��������� '1-������  BAR  A R D' S  iT  Connectinff at Lillooet- and Tale with" DIETZ '^'^  '&:"% NELSON'S lor New Westminster & Victoria,  ZUffit&r.ARRIVE AND DEPART from the office in  VV .Barkerville,. to connect with the steamer "En-  terprise'-'at QucFcelmouth, and the STAGES at Soda  Creek,"EVERY WEEK, conveying Tk^surs, Let-  TBRs'andVALrAiaES for all parts of-the world. Also,  Commissions received' and forwarded by Express for  the col lection of Notes,; Bi Us aiid, the purchase; of. arti - .  cies to bo obtained at New Westminster, Victoria, San  Francisco or en route, and returns made with dispatch:  JOHN B. LOVBLL,  1-s- _,   Agent, Barkervilte.  ;   ; WILLIAM ^TiNNARD,  BLlCKSilTH,  BARKERVILLE. ' ���������  '  BARKERVILLE  BREWEftY.  &   HOFFMAN,  r. ' DEALERS IN .  GLOTHINGI&DRY. GOODS  '       BARKERVILLE.  A large supply of Ladies' Goods on the way.  BREWER.  PRAGER   &   BRO.,  v   MERCHAfTSr;  BARKERVILLE,.  Assorted Merchandize  Wholesale anct Retail. t  Important to  Miners!  Tho undersigned is. prepared to >,;  CLEAN BLACK SAND, BLOWINGS AN������  ���������   PANNINGS,;.-  On' Commission j or will purchase, any quantity on th������  -'..   Most Liberal Terms, at the-   -  . ��������� . .  Reading E-ooni, Cameronton,  The Subscriber is well known on Williams Creek, and  from the confidence reposed in him last: Fall in tha  above business; he hopes to receive the patrohaga of  the Mining community the ensuing season.  -     s:     'V . JOHN: BO^VROJT.  E. C. GILLETTE,  s  ���������^CAMERONTOWN.  JAMES   PURDIE,  BLACKSMITH,  RICHFIELD. rtwawnsF  astg^w^aMW^^  iiasaaitBKKisrss^nssj&Kin^ ������^s*- wm ' ^ixmywa  TIIE.eARlBQO-ySENTINEli  moni>ay; juste 25, im:  To'Jthjs Editor oi# thb .'* Cariboo Sektinbl,^-  1 giRi���������Pe&lt! me;io ask the following ^ues-  to:  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  ���������Tin  v;>GROUSE   CREEKS ':'  prospects of this creek arc/becoming  IJU19 ill  piUJJUlii)  V������U   Ui������*������;VVV)yiV./:."..<������IUVO������;t.-������v<y?  cia in* - jhA has'-been, prospecterl is turning ��������� out  well, and there is no doubt that the creek will  more encouraging'every'day, and it: the rich  ��������� strikes which are reported continue to be made  : ;Sve anticipate a largo, accession to the num-  .��������� bers at present on that creek<:.Almost-every  . cia  . we  pay for a eohsiderable:distarice:above and below where claims are at present ideated:^f  The Short Beud.,cofy;-,on Thursday last got as  : lilgli as $30 to the pan, and on Friday $18;  they washed up on Saturday 75; ounces, being  the. result: of. three hours'; 1 abor of one:inan  picking;, the gold.is very coarse, sorneof the  pieces weighing from $30 to Sib:���������The French  - co-y, next adjohuhg the Discovery claim, got  7 ounces and ,$I 2 to; one i>anj;pf dirt, eh Fri-  <_iuy lasL^TiieN.e'erdp Well!co?ygot a pros-  pec t of SG8 to'on6 pan of dirt last week; they  washed up yesterday 50 ounces: for;the two  previous days;.; ��������� We saw one;;��������� piece which  weighed 2.i ounces and aubtier 2 ounces taken  out of tliiSiClaiuiiV;- r:>'V;-'.^'-Y:V''���������-���������.' -'-'--;:;v -v:<   ���������-���������:; -:^%!vv.!jWii;i^  :. TlVc iriihing news, for .the pastTwcek-ls ,un-  ������usually dull owing in ^great;measure to the  preliminary arrangerabuts foftth'e working- of  ;; claims, Buch as the.eroctiou'of.wheels, pumps,  -'���������eid..ynot; haying been ^juite. completed. -  We'  *l\'opo to; be able soon.to; 'give it- good account  from':this; ���������creefey;:^:. :-.������������������!',-���������-. ::������������������-,   - - .-.-:������������������ ���������:���������;.  ���������The.Sihimescofy'.are .faisjn^a shaft-from  th eir 'drain'anU- will * bet.washing^:by the' end  ���������of .the weeki���������Wide' 'West' co/y.; are working  ���������fronrtwo shafts arid"making about "wages.���������  Tho Happy go Lucky, co.'y ":have-.just struck  jittv;'-^l^brWard^'y are findingfjheir. pay !:oh  Itigh-rock; they* expec t to. do.wel 1 .when they  ,get 50 feet-further back.���������������������������McLaren co'y are  h ti 11 taking put good pay<_-Well; Mary Ann  ?ire now in; nearly > 4.0,0; .feet:;and;- begin j to  .-isml a littleI. fine.,gold.~-The different. claims  bctweetftnis: '.point and *the Caiiforhia :co fy  have completed about 800; feet p������ the! r drain  jltunb si nee Monday las t,: they have 500 feet  ;. mo re to lay ;f the1 flumeis;-: 2 $ fect^vide; ��������� and.. 2  . feet deep, and "willbe a great benefit to the  respebtive v'coinpanies: whowillrbi Enabled: to  I  tions through;.your valuable paper.   . .r  i.:irirst���������l^avejwe -as colored men the right  p're^empt"ground forihiningpiirposes ?  Second���������Have we any rights in-common  with-white men ?..  ������.     :���������..., :. ~-     ,   j  v Third���������Why were bnrinterests taken -frbrii  us and given to white men ?. ���������;      -:        ���������, ..  iI^bought,my.interest in the Davis coJy and  expended ^2,900 before I received one>cent  out of said claim. ^$&JM}$mc&kMY&\*  repeived from said claim have been appropriated- to pay my debts hi' this ; colony;; but  jiist at the time I was about; to be rewarded,  I havebeeri'deprived of that portion of the  Davis claim: which would payi u I have taken  some pains to spread abroad the ..equality, we  as Icplored men Had, in the hiws in an English  colony, and! am proud to say I have found no  difference until nowr "'-. ..    .... , ;.'..-.    ..,  Poor JIarshailJ6st������his 4ife!-corhiRg to Cariboo to look after his small interest in the Davis  co'y, the onLy-pittance he.had loft after C years  hard work in this colony, and the only means of  support for his ; family.'-- His *^wife ��������� and four  children.are more in need of thetmbney; than  those to* wbom it was given. -;��������� There are about  fifty colored men in: and about Cariboo,' the  greater portion of whomare miners, and the  quicker, we know .our-position in this colony  v j-    ^ :,. .v;, .;;>���������   Respectfully-yours,  ��������� i   . -y;y '������������������.��������� cy    -    :-. y Colored Miner.  [tWe had hoped; that discussion- ip;this mat-  ter;would have ceased with the'decision of the  case; and were it not that we consider a great  injury has been done to inch whoso rights  have been outraged, by, the one-sided decision giyen-by; a. Supreme Court Judge, in. a'  British colony, we should have let the matter  drop. It is unnecessary to state in answer to  "(Colored Minerrs" first and second questions,  W1I0LESAI.E & RETAIL DEALERS: K>fi  'mO:CEMES:  t.c  ~A^D���������  : V GENERAL   MERCHANDIZE,  :���������;:., ...'-.BARKERVILLE.- :  jQ3F> A full assortment of GnOCKBiEg'and H. B. Co. 's  Liquors always on hand  !@s:^  ��������� -.-;-   - . v;���������-.������,.- baRKERVILLE,: ';- ���������������������������������'..' ';������������������'���������'������������������:'-.,*..  HAS COXSTAisTLY ON HAND the ciiolceKt selection  of Dkuo8 & Patent MEDictsES: also. Hair Brushes,'  Tooth Bruslies, Combs, Tooth.Powders, Fancy Soaps of  every description, Lubuis Extracts- Rose Water>  other Perriunerics, Garden ������Se6ds,*f&c., &c.  choice lot of No. 1 Havana Scgars.   ���������������������������  ,i$20 REWARD-LOST^  TN;RARKERVILLK,   ON .THE KVENING'OPRit  X; crday f.AST, a WAtLETcohtainiog money and n���������  Any one who will leave the same at the Wake un t if'  Rakery or at this offlce will receive the above reVr7  The notes.aro drawn in favor of H. Marpeson  :��������� Williams Creek, June I8th, 1866.  13  $30 REWARD.  BETWEEN 127 & 150. MILE-POST?  %  lAina  Oari  loiise.;  d.rbt  Richfield, lath June, 1866.  Barrister.  "12  and  Also, a  ^16 ''���������''  PARLOR   SALCO  .:;=   BARKERVILLE.: ' ���������  MADAME   BENDIXEfSS.���������������������������'.������������������".":  BEGS/.TO ANNOUNCE  TO HER  FRIENDS ;tfHAT  she.has rotlttcd this wellknown Saloon, where she  invites tuc?publicU6givo her a call.    . '���������. ���������.' * ���������* i  j^-Tho-Bar is'stockoil with the best of LIQUORS  and SEGAUS'that caiiUe procured; . ���������        ��������� 15".';  |3-0> AT - ��������� EM ��������� S A������60%  '/���������:���������: v. '.;���������; "! 'Ibx^k ERVlLLE,"'-'".'":;  ������������������yy: JAMIB XORING, /Proprietok. $t  Thiipirst plassSaloon is now open to tho ioveraof  EVERY    EVENING.  ,'������.-."������^������-.-:  Iri ��������� the Supreme Court >ef Civil Justice of  ��������� ���������,'' ' -y-- British Columbia.   , ���������  ���������IN. ? D AN KltUPT-C Y<.  ���������HoRevxbre.. .  for the Grant of  THE MEETING, for the. Grant of .the. Certificate of  Je^n Badtistb AETnoRRKViERB,' a Bankrupt, which  wus adjourned by the Judge of County Court of British'  Columbia holden at:Richficld;:.for the consideration of  the Judgo of tho Supreme Court of Civil Justice of Brit-.  ish Columbia, will be holden before the Honorable Ma'U  j -First Class order will be preserved,-and the proprietor  irivhes his friends, and the public.to ^ivo him a call.    ���������  &8������ The BAR ts stocked with tho best of Liquors oni  Segars. ..:,..;...'.;?;��������� ',,, ;., ;,.,..,. ..-.,., :.   ,12-Im  ;;:;:' i,;;-;.; w.i L.ti^Mis kmMl idCLi:  !.:.: ;      :���������������������������' .���������:-:"' VAN^WINKLE,     %.���������  BEGS TO INFORM-'HIS CUSTOMERS  AND THE'  ipublxc generally that, ho intends ,to ��������� fUTnish thcm!;  BEEF OR MUTTON, so soon as /paokiig is practicable,  at'their respectiyo claims on the-diirerent. creeks, or  residences, at the Most Reasonable Rates.     .  r- '��������� -Van Winkle' June 11 th* 1866. ; ���������    ' - - ���������  ���������J ���������������    '-1! -  vovk lbeir claims, during.; the.AvjnMy^f:Thc  :������������������-.,;vljy dranlic and; ground: sluice: claims: on \ t-he  .cast banlilbetween Richfield: and the canon,  invl> all,busy, but none have; yet; washed-iip.  There ^are several companies on the; west side  o f the creek making as raueh as an oiliice a  .day to the hand working;^over and; cleaning  .   \i\) old ground.   The Burns tiihncl coJy are  - stilI. hydraulicirig ��������� and make butl little pro-  gress owing to; the hard nature of the .ground.  ���������Fostor\Campbell cp'y have got ttieir wheel  . -started.and are bailing out their shaft.���������Rapr  ���������ahaimock coy are blasting through-.;rim rock,  had found good .prospects.���������Aurora & Davis'  co'ys- are ;working the disputed* ground in  company; the 'foriner. washed up yesterday  129 ounces aud. .-the -latter vi59  ounces.���������  The Watson company erecting a hew wheel  and hoisting geai\���������Walce up Jake have finished blasting the.bottomef shaft, will commence  drifliug'to morrow.-���������The.Camp coJy-washed  up for the week about 50 ounces.���������The Morning Star cp'yhad for the.pastweok'40ounces.  ���������Cariboo coy have jiist commenced Tdrifliug!  down stream-to connect with the Lillooet who  are running the^ Bpd Rock Brain!���������Lillooet  co y are -now within 140 feet of the i Cariboo  dall-, washed up.on Saturday-11 ouh'ce3.~Thc  Caledonia, Never Sweat and Moffat.coJys are  not doing much at p>eserit.���������Last Chance are  making about 20 ounces;a day-from;.the shaft  ���������Tinker co'y are making wages.���������Rabyco'y  washed up for week about 100'ounces.���������  Adams coy took out for week 90 ounces.���������  "With^ one or two exceptions the claims below  Gamerphton have not got into working order  ��������� ;yet. .���������������������������:���������;;'':.  ;,;".." /.:.     s '   \ '    ' :t,".' "   "' ;  ���������: CANTONT CREEK.  Mr. May who has been at work thorough ;the  greater portion of the, winter and sp ring,: on'  HioBed Rock Fl,ume, and is a shareholder in  the same,'informs us that operations have  ���������lioen suspended, in the interim awaiting in-'  8tructions.,from the shareholders in ^tho lower  country as to the. future proceedings of the  ���������oompahy.   Those,interested here contemplate  sinking a new shaft near the locality where  ttiey had attempted to- sink during the winter,  r'lwiji only await the-;collection "of assessments  .m fii cie li t to defray the expense.. Aho tlier call  lias been made on the company of 25; cents on  the share, which it is supposed will cover the  expense. -:     -:.'        -.".;/'     ��������������������������� ~ -'  ANTLER CREEK' ".���������'...'.....  Th ere: are ;nb p lit 120 Ch inamen engaged in  mining on this creek, .a good many are hired  by white men io work on their claims. rThe  Ross and Neil co:ys are doing well, . '  that tho mining lawsv of this- colony make' no | tbe\v'BaiHic'B.c'ghle;J:nt-tlie.Co.nrt-House, Richfield, 'on  distinction as to the color of a man's'skin; the1 *JfZ��������� ^k29lh;day ������frJunC !nStiint' ftt tLe bour  laws hayeibeen wisely land ju'dici.ousiy:' torn-  ;ed.| It is only with the administration of them  :'tbat we%:take_ "exception/jfthe laws :may say  one thing, but the Chief Justice^says" another,  and we must grin and bear his /ipseI'dixit/bav-  Ingjno other recourse left. . The Judge has  given as his ��������� reason for depriving "Colored  Af irierrV of his claim, that it was,an act of wisr  dom and expediency, "justified by Jthe: circum-  s tan ce o f his "Colored Miner's, * knowledge of  the-jump; which singular to" say,/although*>it  was not established to the:satisfaction, of tho  jury,\ was quite clear to the. learned Judge.--^  :Eo.]:'-.;:[���������;������������������;;,.. \yyyy ^y_yy ''..yy..:yy  "y ' ' "-:;��������� .:'^anai>a.:���������; \;';��������� -;v;'"'':'���������':  ^ 6tfawa,"June i):^The Canadian Parliament  unanimously passed a bill suspending the habeas corpus. A court martial will be immediately convened totry Fenians. ; It is believed many will be. hung. . . \ , -  f- Chicago,.June 10.���������The Fenian failure* 13  made more complete from the fact .that no  where in Canada has there been theleastshow  ofVsympathy, whlere riota and uprisings were  expected. The Canadian Tarliament has assembled.. The Governors speech recommended the suspension of the habeas corpus. Fenian prisoners held by the Canadian Government, have not.yet been arraigned-ior trial. .  'Fekiaxism in VicroRiA and ;New; WESTMrxs  TEK���������Great excitement seems to li aye prevailed  in -Victoria and New Westminster respecting  a contemplated raid of Fenians from San Francisco.-,' ;: Precautionary measui-es had' been taken by the vessels of war and gunboats at Victoria, to board all vessels entering the harbor  of Esquimau or Victoria, even : the steamer  Enterprise-from -New- Westminster -bad- not  been exempt from a search.    The. gunboat  Forward is stationed at Cadboro Bay, the  Alert is lying oif Victoria harbor, the Scout  wilhbe6ent to Nanaimo, the Sparrowhawk  to Fraaer fiver mouth, while the   Sutlej  will  cruise in the Straits..  Mr. Birch the Administrator of the Government of British Columbia, had made application to Admiral Den-  man; for two ships of war.    A. meeting had  been held in New���������/ Westminster and resolutions passed urging on the" Government' the  adoption of instant measures for "the defence  of the city by the.organization of an assistant  corps.   Late accounts.however state that all  excitement has ceased,-as it was supposed the  late.defeat of their "allies: in the attack on  Canada, had deterred the Fenians-from .making a descent on Vancouver Island or British  Columbia.  ��������� ��������� '-,.-,   -V -  of eleven o'clock in tho forenoon.  j-,.'.-..;; ..  ,.; ' .:,:���������;��������� .   . ;..      ��������� JOSEPH PARK, , \  .    .'", Counsel for the Bankrupt.  -" Richfield, Jane 23rdj 1866. ���������:    .    '  ���������������������������    >        15'  -;.: BARNARD^S   EXPRESS. ;V  Reduction in the Prices of Express Freight.  N' AND AFTER THIS DATE the rato. for Express  Tarcels from Yale to Barkerville will be  .P^fcete from'6 toi 50 lis. . . * ...    75 cts,;^ ft.  ���������;   do -. ;��������� do   00 to 100 ifes.    :.���������'���������:' 621-2 cts ^ {p,.  ; }���������;��������� do   -do ; 100 tfes. ondover   '50 cts; ^ lb.. .  mi   '     ;-     ''���������'.-:. ��������� JOHN -B.; IaOVELL, Agent. -'- ';  .: V      ��������� . -���������'������������������' \    , '  -    ��������� :   :    Barkerville. V:  June<20tb, I860.; : --���������-���������;.'.'..��������� :���������.���������./:"-*:"..��������� . -Hi'"'' ���������  ;:.; -   BARKERVILLE,   -^  MISS THURBER" &.$������; LAWLESS, Prpp-rs-  THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN' NEWXy : FITTED UPON  tho Restaurant principle with a view'to tho comfort-  of the pnhlic, and will.; be .conducted' in amaniierto  ensure the satisfaction of.thoso. who aro disposed to  favor the proprietors with: their patrouagc.',  ; . Meals at all Hpurs.   Good Beds. ���������  jQS������The Bar is.furnianedVwUh'' ih'e. best soicct'loa cf.!  IJquors and Segurs/ ���������-���������;'--.-'��������� '       .' ���������, ��������� -_���������-*' -���������- >%��������� ���������<  DA#Gi:3$r&  FOR THE  9  Mosesr Hair Invigoratcr,  ri\0: PREVENT BALDNESS, restore hair that has fall-  JL on oif or becumo thin, ������ud to euro clfectualjy Scurf  or Dandruff. It will also relieve the Headache, and give  the hair a darker and glossy color, and the froo use of  it will koep both, tho skin und hair in a healthy stato.  Ladies will find tho Invigorator a great addition to toilet, both in consideration of tbe delicate and agreeable  perfume, and the great facility it. affords "in dressing the  hair, which, wlien moist with it, can be dressed in any  required form, so as to preserve its plsco, whether piuitf  or in curls. When used on children's heads, it lays the  foundation for a good head of hair.  Prepared only by , . W. D. MOSES,  Barkerville, Williams Creek,  TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.  THIS IS TO CERTIFY that from somo cause or com-  .pjaintof the hoad.our hair commencod falling out  so Vapidly that we feared we should Ioso the whole. In  this condition we went to W. D MOSES, and strange to  relate, in turke applications of his'wonderful Hair Restorative our hair became as strong as ever, and is now  soft and lively.' We make this certificate with pleasure,  believing -it to be for tho public good.  " T' . ?. '. ' ' GEORGE COFFRlN.' Camerontonf  .. ROBERT WARREN. Barkerville,  : -.: H. S. REDGRAVE, Ricbiield.  Williams Crook, 1st July, 1866.  CARD OF ACKNOWLEDGMENT.  rpO MR. D. W. MOSES:   Sm,���������In the years 1860 and  AT-  ���������e*?���������  CAME R 0 ri T O .W N.V   :  THERE' THE PROPRIETOR, T. A. BARRY.  gives a general-invitation to his friends and tbo  public at.- laTge to call and judgo' for th'emselves"tiw  merits of his Billiard Tables; -also, the Choice Brands of  his SEGARS and LIQUORS. Tho. Orchestra, wbica  consists of four musicians, is First Class.        10-3m  OPPETOEIMER&CO.,  X 1801, from a long and severe illness, my hair became  very woak, and was falling ofr in a most fearful man,  ner, and I was in dread of becoming cntircl3������- bald, when  I was recommeiidcd by a lady residing on Fort stroet  to try your Invigoiutor. Arter a few applications by  you. and after using three, bottles of the Invigorator,  my hair was restored and became as thick and strong  as it ever it was before. .  MARY A. LEWIS  ���������    j- Johnson street,  Victoria, V. I.-,- March 27th, 1866.:������  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  DEALERS IN ALL  KINDS OF  ;?     NEW ADVERTISEMENTS/  Hallo !V'b^\-JM^:V^^-!  JUST RETURNED FROM BEING ON A BENDER!  Fully prepared to Repair air BOOTS and SHOES  CfiRAP^-OR Cash.   He kindly invites one and all, groat  and small, to give him a call.  BARKERVILLE���������next door to J. H.Todd's.       15  !  OTICE,  #s&~ Owiug to tlie, crowded state of our  columns we are obliged to hold over several  ii8|jorlaat corumunicatioas to ac;ct issue.  ITRS. E. BROOKS begs to request those who are in-  It debted to-her to CALL AND SETTLE THEIR ACCOUNTS AT ONCE so as to prevent any further trouble  and expense.  CamUronton. 25th June, 1306. 15-Im  THISIS,T0 CERTIFY that a little more than four,  teen.years ago, owing to a govero fit of sickness, I  lost nearly all my hair the ������rown of head becoming  quite bald, and hasb������,cn so ever since until tho past  summer when bearing of tho marvellous success ef  W, D.. Moses in several cases where it seemed almost  hopeless to do.so, on Williams Creek, Cariboo, I. was  induced to let him try his skill on me���������bdt without  faith ill his ability to rostoro ray hair, it having been so  long out;: but ��������� miracalous as it may appear, in three  months' time I was happily surprised to tind a new  growth of hair coming out, which is daily becoming  stronger and thicker. To any ono requiring his profes-  sional services as above, 1/would merely say that ho  possesses a skill and knowledge in restoring hair that I  navo never met with be fore. L.B.WHITE.  CLOTHING-,  BOOTS   &  SHOES,  Beg to call the attention of Miners and othqrs-.  to their full ussortmeiitof SUPERIOR GOODS  '*  ..'       "which will bo sold  AT;:; 'C! o!: St: ,,'P R S CE % \ :������������������.  to mako room for a NEW STOCK to arrive so soon as  the Roads are. open. ! >.  ^-Liberal allowance will be made.to  Restaurant and HOtel Keepers and the.Trade generadjr  oh largo orders. Li  G-REAT  ;���������:."������������������'.������������������ -every: evening;  AT THE  Victoria, V. I.,,Feb. 20th, 1866;  14  T OST, A HUNTING-CASE GOLD WATCH,  Xj on Wednesday, the 13th June, 1866.    Any person  finding tho same and leaving it with E. HODGENS  Watchmaker, Barkerville, will receive the above reward. 12-2w  BARKERVILLE.     ���������  A LL LOVERS OF THE TERPISCHOSEAN A^ar[J  Jrx. invited to call and enjoy themselves, when a amf1?  welcome will be extended. ;:,'  tfiff*The"bestof Wiriest Liquors and S<mf������*  and Good Order observod; *������-.���������������-������������������������  1 MARTIN & COOK, Prop re.  \^f<f>--i^>  IW.  [owerj  ips'tb  tlieC  Caril  jo'clpc  ie ;nbt  ifflber  'vici  i^'hee  jnted,  jen.lej  fesciit;  iTlicn  sFiiltc  ison.s  |Plie:C  llexc  theh  ratioi  lumtj  er It?  rear  CUSS;  eyoii  aris:t  thing  "m  tilth:  rdoci  lESOT^  liaisti  in the  rary,;;!  latcdti  mtert  fivB  inane  ltect.CJ  3lif a!t  jtlier  'the i  inity,  :duti  ihr?dS  [edpn  frjnsjy  J-atici  ine<  yari  rtune  rough  itiVter,  |Engli  Vs, th  jmsel  ithiob  pi try  sue!  /���������sh(  law  indti  |tfie.: o  found,  |m<3'M{  linuri  ariper;  "any c  recoj  ' took  Erolai  Jgriev<  )ner h  |eme C  redr  fcctacl  Supi  terwai  fc.dec  kting:  hi tha  1 it not  SlMem frc  ien  'Ave f ri,  NIBansw(  s^Btlle.rx  ifc'is  nwh  etoj  srs.  ^Ivc "a  ���������geth  fj have  |un* w  llches,  IP to m aagBe^ESSBgEE^argayg^ggsrarE^^  1l5U5Ej..MiS;  ^qg^������r3:inc������7gEagS:!^tL; f n^agua^TR'jnzgw/^^iw^'^^^^i^m:^^ msme rrz^sxeasrst  ?.'.op sat.  riuulnnu*  tkeUpJab  iv������ reward/-  -  13  III^RIBOQ SENTINEL  "MONDAY, JUNE ,25r 1866.       ~   ,  a.. ' ' '    ���������'���������'���������  ^ YALE  Bocks ani  JS^f     "  ie.  osok;- ������������������ ���������  barrister,.  '���������',12     '".I  ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������.        i  lovcr3 or-  | proprietor  ������a call. .; *  iquorsand  ;121m.  .���������>.-a*;ui.;>;  INfl THE'  nish tlicra1'  ractlcabfc, ,  creeks, or  -��������� :-..i  DTIPON  loebrnfori  banner-to  isposed to  Jfl.  ;    -  ilcctlca cf  AERY,  sand'tho.  ?lves'tho  3rands of  i, which  10.3m  CALL .  >  others  )DS  soon as  idc. to  sneraily  1  m  RTare  Iieartf  m  1  1 \. mass'meeting of-the miners and residents  ^Cariboo was;lield; in:front fofuthe ;Court*  louse, at Richfield, on'Saturday'evening'iast,  \d rotwithstanding'the:nnpro|)itious state .of  fcfc^'fctfK'whleh during. tlie. afternoon ;was  iowery, a large, concourse, of people���������perms 'the largest that has ever Keen convened  ���������the Colony, and the first "that has ever met  Cariboo���������assembled at the appointed hour,  'clock, p. m.   Considering the shortness of  notice it was surprising to observe the  iuibcr of miners from the various camps in  c vicinity of -.Williams creek;;' Lightning,;  jwheeand Grouso creeks were well repre-  I, and altogether ������������������ there .could"hot have  jen less than from live to six hundred men.  jTlic meeting by acclamation appointed Mr.  I Fulton to act as Chairman, and Mr. Hus-  rison as Secretary.  ^ .; ;:   .  ,. ,:-   :, ���������;/,.,,  The Chairman iu;ristng said;gentlemen not  jin^ muoli of a public speaker^ .trust>you  ill excuse me from.making a speech. t You  c all well aware of. the' .objects:'-.which have  lied ui:b������y^to=nightj liis ~pla Wjti^etJforft.  the hand bills,1 namely; to take into; consU  (ration the administration of justice in British  Wmbia on the mining laws..   I ilahot coiir  ler it my- business to enter/into .details as  &re are other more able speakers "Who "will  sciiss the subject fully.   Let me however ad-,  3e you to adopt constitutional and legitimate  jans to: accomplish your ends'ahdyouhave  thing to fear.    "A fair field'and no favor"  fmv,motto, and/lei it be. the motto of .all;.  itli these 'remarks I will introduce to you Mr.  Irdock who will propose the first resolution,  lESbivED-r"That in.the Opinion of this meeting the  liaistration'of the fining Laws by-Mr. 'Jastic,Begin the Supreme Court is partial; dictatorial, and ar';  r'.iryj in setting aside the verdict of juries,; and cal-  jited to create a feeling of distrust in those who have  seek redress through a Court of Justice,".* \ ���������..? .;, r  IK Burdock took the^stand and said, Chair-  mand gentlemen���������I am sorry indeed to be'  [lectori to propose this resolution, sorry.'.that'  ch! a necessity should exist���������but as,we have  jfhere to express our views on the .subject  -the administration of justice in this com-  thity, t should be guilty, of. a dereliction of  /.duty as a member;of the ^community did  Ijiriliik from the task; freedom of speech ,und  felpmof the press 1 am happy, to say i are  |oas which it is our.peculiar,privilege toen-  jyandinthe exercise of that privilege we  i meet together and-exchange our views on  various greivances that it may be burrais-  rtune to suffer undor, and by representation  rough petition'seek redress from the proper  iartetv' We know that when the Parliament  (England ever passed obnoxious or unjust  is, tho people by their united voice make  jmselves heard and their wishes are .'forth-  i obeyed.    What are our grievances ?  I  try to enumerate them.   When our laws  such that;it takes the highest talent in the  tfiy to; interpret them^ it isi;certainly;^ime.  y should fee .altered..; :ffie ;m6re simplified  laws are and the easier they are' to under-  d the better will they be;, for ��������� governing:  It was supposed^when a  the colony got his i:license,j staked off'his  Diind,and recorded -it, that the ground%&���������  jin^Ms;and;:if;su  fin unrepresented and unrecorded fbra cer-  *n period,it became opentfor the pre-emptior������;  any other person and that person could hot  recognizedas^ ^-jumper .^ merely hecause  i took it up; such however hHToeehthe rule  rolafcelj^; It is true if a person felt himself  grieved by the decision of a Gold Commis-  ncr he had the right to appeal to the Su-  Jine Court, and in that Court he mightfind  redress, but how isit that sucha case can  . n be thrown into a Chancery Court ? The  ectacle of a Judge sitting on the bench in  ebuprerae Court and deciding a case and  terwards in a Court of Chancery reversinc:  ,at.decision can only be looked upon as coii-  rnmg our judiciary into a farce.    We are  Jithattheono is" law and the other justice  unotinjusticeto call men from here to  , w Westminster, or any other distant part of  f coiony^to answer injunctions to prevent  ^ from working their claims.  If you are  lit   end?thafc can assist you with the means  ������n v^n ?--^9Ughj lmt lf you^e^either.  *ney nor f     d .  ���������ml 1 C0^Pletely "froze out." .One of he  Indamen al principles.of the English Govern.  1 lVml by *"*��������� lf tried to your m ov  BetStn0n^ * ������* stake ^no is better  I rs Jft? tbesil^cf������ ajury of your  KrV ,   J.ld^e ?an administer the law, but  Kethel������ LPully ?^?n������ PIlU' and a Pull  reaches the ears of the Executive in the Council Halls of New "Westminster, and the wrongs  complained of are reduossed.-[Cheers]  : Mr. Towers, in seconding this..resolution,  said,.itis no personal feeling towards theJudge  that induces me to come before yoii, but sim-,  ply a strong sense'of. duty to myself and my.  fellowcitizi^ns.': The laws.pf tins cpu'ntryjiaye  been tranxpl^d on in a most-outrageouslhari-  ner. [Cheers.]  When ever, grievances are such  that the people become dissatisfied and discon-  iented, let them come pii't. openly and boldly  and demand their redress and.they will he sure  to get it. ' I have live'd in British Colonies. be-���������  fore I came here, and have seen-the.laws carried out with-as much'integrity ahd: justice as  could be found in England itself.   The grand  bulwark of the British Government is trial by  jury, free speech and free press, but when you  find ail of these institutions disregarded and  treated with contempt by a Supreme Judge  what are you to expect?'   (The speaker here  referred tothe various cases which have been  tried before Judge Begbie. since last March)  'And particularly the last case in which the.  Judge had expressed a disinclination to try it  himself; a jury of 48 m{eh were summoned,  and 7 were selected.    What was .the result  when .they, gave*in their.verdict?    It did not  suit the;v.iews of the Judge, he sinks it and  comes forward as a mediator.-  -Does history  point to any other-instance: of; the kind where  a:SupremcX?6urrjffiI^c^  hity by descending 10 become an arbitrator in  a siiit.   One. of, the parties to the snitin.ques-;  ���������tion^prdpose'd to Kave Mi*i Commissioner Cox  act jointly'in; the matter of arbitration, but  the/proposition was pointedly refused by his  honor Judge Begbie. ; I-would ask this meeting is Mr. Cox an honest: and ".upright man ?  XLoud<cries of yyes, yes.V] .; Then why: was  Judge-Begbie afraid of liim, -why Mid-lie -not  permit him to act jointly with hini in this ar-;  bitratioh?    [Voice���������" Rogues are" afraid of,  honest men."] ..The speaker after making sundry other remarks retired amid a storm of  cheers.- a- >���������....������������������-:��������� ��������� :-.���������'���������'��������� ^  ;-  '":';: ���������":'���������-'-:': '" ;-  ���������' >The -Resolution was then put.to the meeting  by the Chairman and adpptcd; without a des-  senting voice. ;':    ;'; ��������� '��������� y ������������������: :r "."^^  .'' Theiecbhd resolution,' as -follows: .       ."''. "  ���������REgOLVKO���������*���������'.That this meeting pledges its'elftbsup-'  port tho Government in carrying out the Laws in-their  ^���������rntogrity, ond beg for an impartial administration of  justice. ..To this end wo desire the establishment of a  Court of Appeal, or the immediate removal of Mr. Justice rBegbie, whose acts in setting.aside the Law has  destroyed confidence and is driving'labor,^capital and  enterprise out of the Colony," -   ���������   ��������� ������������������ ';  Was proposed' by-Mr. John MacLarcn, who.  rose ��������� and said, ��������� ��������� Chairman and gentlemen-^If  there :is - anything; more than"' affbtlfer tupon  which men disagree it is' with -regard to the  different forms of Government.. There is one  thing however on which they all agree, and  that .is,that it is the duty of every Government  to protect the lives and property;of the'subject.. In.'agkin'g^for a "Court, of Appeal it is  jiist,: expedient and right. -It is impossible in  tiie very nature of things to expect that such  a Court of Appeal as we now have can be. as  accurate in its findings as where two or more  men sit to. deliberate. I am not intimidated  at the action we are \npiy taking; v [Weflcnpw  that! the. 'habeas;corpusVahdthe^hill of rights;  still; exist.; f We know no tiling cah protect any  high'pnlciai frdih beirig deposed.: /Even iJord  Westburyvhad tojeome down from thes judicial  b'ench on an impeachment for pecuiatipn, made  by a^pppr British subject. This 'community^  hpwjgyer^rc willing to letbygpnes foe bygones,:  and'will 'merely^ ask for the establishment of, a.  Court efrAppeal; . It happens most unfortunately -t]M tk's cotttitry does^not ppssess many,  natural attractions to keep men Jn ,it, but;if  artificial means!.,4U$:, emplpyed.i������.AniSiheiu  out of it, then it becomes the duty of every  man "to see that such a; state of -things be  brought .to a close..; [Three cheers were1 given  for the speaker.]        ; -        :; :;-v  ��������� Mr. Frank .Perrott, in seconding this resolution said, This is the first meeting of the kind  actually nothing to say., I am.one of the victims sad stand yiethnized;... Judge Begbie  granted us ajury to.try our ;case, that jury  was sworn, in and'rendered tlieir verdict, aud  I was satisfied they:had done what was right.  Judge Begbie however came out two days afterwards with a sort of revelation; he sent the  jury7s verdict.overboard, and'instead.of ^giving* us' half;thesground;as;suggested'::by the  j ury: ;he. giyes us jjist. about'' a quarter.'; - We  were advised by our counsel,' who is'an honorable gentleman-, that the Judge*would decide]  as afiiend between the parties, and he. certainly'gave us a sample of his friendship. He  threw out. our colored partners from any participation, whatever in. the ground, but these  "darkies" shall not suffer any loss by me, if  there is only a dollar. comes out they shall  have their pro rata share.    [Three cheers  were given for Mr. Laumeister.] l ?  "  ; The Secretary by request of the .meeting  tixch read a leading article from'the "British  Colonist," which had just arrived that afternoon by Express, containing sentiments which  met  with the unanimous approval' of the  meeting.   '��������� .    .< ' .Z"\i-'-':. "... .-.' ������������������ - ��������� '  ! The Chairman then proposed that Messrs. J.  McLaren and Frank Laumeister be'app'oirfted  as a ^committee to ^viiit upon His'"Excellency  the Administrator of the Government with the  foregoing resolutions, which-being put to the  -meeting was carried by- acclamation;.-;' -'The  ifieetifig'a^ th^drrme^ime pledg^BgthemselTe?  to defray the expenses of I the journey.  ; Three cheers were -then- given for Judge  Cox, tbe 'fBritish. Colpnist',V' the Chairman;. the  Secretary, the "Cariboo 'Seritihcr,^ and'the  Queen, and three groans for. * Judge Begbie.  The meeting theitadjourned. '������������������/" .}.'.���������',*)*.''-',**."\  : :Throughout the- whole-proceedings-;there  prevailed that spirit of good order: and decorum which is pcculiarily characteristic of men  of intelligence; not a word'was uttered, or an  action\tak.en that cpiild'be construed into ahy^  thing approaching threats of .intimidation or  force; the greatest harmony'and unanimity,  existed on all the points brought- before tlie  meeting, and on the whole.the ipeople of Cariboo have reason to -be; proud rpf: the orderly  character of tlie first"'meeting ever.held in. the.  District ' ':---'-  ."��������� ���������'���������'<;������������������ y::--' y '������������������'-������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������> ;:--  sturdy miner in the act of raising his pick are  are all very minutely brought out. The inscription occupies the reriiaihing squares and  reads as follows:���������^Presehted to Gr. WiCbxi,  Esquire; Gold Commissioner, by the Miners of  Williams.Creek,. Cariboo, IBCb';" - The; woik-  wasdesigried and ^executed by Mr: E. Watson,  Yates 'street;; Victbria, to whom. great credit  is' due for the beauty of its.'execution.--  cand cost something like $250.        -,:;  t  The^  ���������jgarSt  p'r������  Suntl wifi, ru*"1'*"*^ V1'   ke* your voices re-  R������ In m���������   .���������ho and re-ecIl������ from mountain  W to moratain top on the' Fraser, UnMMt  I have ever seen. . In England there was no..  occasion for holding indignation meetings for  the raal-aduiinistration of justice. The treatment which this community had received from  our Chief Justice reminds, mo of. the story of  a drunken father and his family, whose continued abuse aud cruelty to them at.last  aroused their resentment to such a point that  they determined on locking him up.* The  speaker-concluded by saying that it was the  duty of every miner to attend the. mass meeting and endeavor by united action to have  his grievances redressed. [Three cheera were  given for Perrott]  The Chairman having read the resolution to  the meeting it was unanimously adopted.   .  . The following is tho third Resolution :  Resolvkd���������'That a Committco of two persons heap*  pointed to wait upon His Excellency tho Administrator  of tho Government with the foregoing resolutions,.and  earnestly impress upon him the immediate necessity of  carrying out the wishas of the people..'*  Mr. George Murdoch in a few remarks pro  posed.this resolution,' which being seconded  by Mr. Thomas Simpson, and put by the Chairman to the meeting was unanimously adopted;  The meeting vociferously called for Mr.  Frank Laumeister, who took the stand and  said; Mr.' Chairman and gentlemen���������1_ have  Immediately on theadjournmentof themass/  meeting the whole multitude waited: on' his  honor Mr. Commissioner Cox',' at his "residence.  for thejmrpose of presenting him with an ele-:  gantly gold mounted walking cane, asajoken:  of the high respect and esteem entertained for-  him as a just arid upright administrater of the  laws, by the miners of Cariboo:..; '���������::: :.:.-  ;r. v -  Mr. S. B ooth,... Who. :v7.as app ointed,. by-, th e  committee to wait on his Honor and make the  presentation, Toad the address of the, miners  accompanying the gift, which ran as follows:.  " Wm. Geo. Cox, Esquire,,������old"Commissioxepv  '-'���������'' &c, Williams Creex, Buitish Columbia  - "Sir,���������The'miners-of Cariboo'beg leave-to  express their continued confidence in your  administration of the Mining Laws in this  District.-r--all high handed efforts to set those  laws aside to the contrary notwithstanding.  " Wc< therefore beg -that?you'will accept the'  accompanying present;^as a token- of-oiirTe-  spect and esteem// andfwe a^::that ybu/^ill  take, if as a mark of :C^ur ��������� appreciatiphjof ^rpur  deterniined efforts to do. substantial jastice: in  allcases triedbefbre;ypu.?: / ?: ;;. '��������� .��������� ;  :; '[Signed^y 500 miners;of Richfield; Barker^  iville,: Camerpntown, Van^ Winile, Lowhee  Creek and Grouse Creek.]'   -   ������������������/ ;- s- ;.=, vv  ^ After which Mr. ;Bopi& in *$v'very able arid  clofjueht speectiipreserited; the cane; to; His  Honor, csbncludihg^his remarks; with the; wish  of the whole ^coramuni iy? th at his^oareer. of  usefulness' amongst us might be prolonged for  many years, and that his life might be crowned by happiness, arid proBpirity.; ; [Three  cheers were given for His Honor.]    r      >  r, After the noise subsided Mr. Cox, read :the  following ������eply:   ,  " Gentlembn,-^! beg to thank! you most  sincerely for this valuable testimonial���������valuable in itself���������but much more so in the estimation of it as an expression of your esteem  and respect for me as the Commissioner of this  District. Not that I required any such token  to convince me of it. Your approving opinion of my efforts at duty and service are not  unappreciated.     , \\������ ���������'.-*���������   x      .  "In conclusion, I wish you all success and  a continuance of the mutual good feeling which  has hitherto existed between us,  "Yours faithfully,  ���������^"WM. GEO. COX.  "Cariboo, 23rd June, 1SGG."  The cane is made of Rosewood .and beauti-  fully polished. The head is composed of over  five ounces of Cariboo gold gracefully wrought  into an octagon shape, having a piece of polished gold bearing quartz inserted on the top.  On one of the squares is elegantly engraved  the Coat of Arms of British Columbia as represented on the seal of the Colony; on ^ the  reverse side is a representation of the various  modes of gold mining, on the left the mouth  of a tunnel can be seen, on the right an elevated water flume, with hydraulic hose attached,  and in tho foreground a set of sluices with a  ;. > ���������; grand:Jimy rfport; ���������.������������������:-=;: ���������  M. B. Bfjgbte Esquire/' Judge SLTREMt: jCouut i  - ��������� British Co'LUMbifA;.;��������� ��������� ....- .- -. .<��������� ..   -,.-'.-.:."���������  . We,'the ^Grand; Jurors of Our Sovereign:;  Lady the Queen in" and for tbe district'bf Cavi- ;  lioo during this.,'term, beg leave to present :f:- '������������������  \ That we! arc. highly pleased* -to ��������� notice the  absence of all^crime in the -district, which is i;  alike creditable*to the intelligence' of the 'in-;  hab i tan ts;' and' *the pruden ce and. energy d f !  the resident Magistrate,  Mr.  Commissioner ;  cox. ���������:":;:' y^y*.  .: ��������� ---���������;j-.-^----  ! That the'Hospital' is in great heed of repairs, 1)lankets and many other riccessaries. .  : That tlie'Liftjrary Institute ' is- cpriveilie'nt',\';  comfdrtable' aiid'-usenil;   -:  '��������� ' ;v  ' !;   ;"'<': ���������  ; That the;.comfort and accommodation of ",  the CourtHduse is'a:hiattcr of great- importance to all restdents espccially in the winter;  and that the 'courtesy: .of the; G.old: r Commisr;  sion^r~2Ti%dl^s^o^?t-i������-h2^'o^2ce d������ri% }a^i:- -  winter, should -not:;again bo l'endcred. necessary, by .the G^ ��������� ;  the^ourtHpusp;^^,:' *;;'::    ::.-: ^'.yy.y^.,:^yy,  ��������� That a subsid'y" !for,the; erection of..'p,\ Test:  Qiiirfe Mill in.'tbia.districtj;would be', a. more.'  permanent benefitVto' this' Colony;than many.;  suhsidies now- gran ted by the \ G;pvernmfe'nt':!.:..;,  :Tiiat:the. cnormpus expense) needless' delay;- j  and useless fatigue which' .are_: the 'attendants'  of! all mining suits appealed j 'frdin*- the :'Gpld.'  Commissib.ner/s;!;Court'h'ayc;']>ecoine' a .-.rjjist; f  grievance arid' matter -of serious; complaint, ;  that." litigants \arc: compelled":tcV'.'attend'' the\ \  Cdiirtdf-Chahdory "on circuit". whenthditiino;:  alio we'd 'is not always' commensurate.' w i th. tie.  distance to! be.:txaVeiled.  .;   , ' V.J ���������:.'.;y ;.', y  ���������   That this community,' ;owing, to its' isolated;  position, the: 'peculiarity; of its interests,:.ah'd;V;*;  especiallyr-its hatidnal. origin,, has j a. decided/;;  preference, for 4ti?ai trial by jury and yiis"lexj;;.;  tremeiy jealous 'bf all;verdicts by its .p'ejefe,':  and we most earnestly recommend that al 1 *ap- '  Jieals from ;the !'Gpld[CpnimLssiphers; Court,  would be.to':a jury;in the same Court.:W'--:<i  That,'hdtwithstarid!ihg alV plausibilities. Ap^  the xbntrary, this:community ��������� has; an-.abiding,  "impression that!this.has. been, and.yQt-.is, j)xq::  principaVdistrict in; the Colony, and. that its .  petition to the executive'to reduce:f the- ^rice-  of law shouldhave received s^erious'consideration^ beihgfrbmthe principal producersi and-  .consumers in the Colony.; ; ;  ��������� -'���������.���������JOHN- MacL:;\R-EN', ���������'"-���������'"���������;  - . -;���������       -���������1-'"\.-' "'"   "���������   'Forcnianr   '  - ':   GrandJury Rooms, -.'   ..\yyy :.-'",������f  Cariboo, B. C, June.22d, 18GC.J     . / ..   t    v  Ja5* The'public will' find it much to their  advantage to call at the store forraely occupied by:���������&' Eh^asser; jGamerontony and^examine .  the quality.and;prices of ?the"largpi'and1-well  assorted stdck of genaraL merchandise,'; con-:  sistingan part, vii:��������� Rents'Clothhig, Boots,-.  Shoes, Xiqudrsy Segars^ and ���������Groceries; i :The  whole stock must,beitclosed put immediately^:  tnerefbregooo^irenofeselling at; extremely [.  ���������low sprices. ;��������� -    : .���������:;- .:-: -;'������'.",;:. -: ������������������:. .:".'��������� \* - -s  AiiiiVAia .���������Mn-Harris,,ex-Mayor of Yicto---:  ria) arrived here onv Thursday last from Sey-  rndur, he rbde into the2creek in his gig, being ;  the first vehicle of- thekirid ihat has ever, ap^v  ^I������8^;ott^flH^'r^tfv, &:M- 5$M^y.  remaining here during the summer, having ,  entered into partnership" with: Mr/ Topmcy.in  :the!butcher;businessv!.:.rr.:s ���������;.^-:'};*:;  .p������*- We would call the attention of those  havino- goods or other commodities to move  between the different towns on the creek to  Mr. H. C. Wilmott, who has a Horse and Dray  ready at the shortest notice to execute any  orders he may be favored with, at very reasonable rates. i    i   ���������;*'  Ball.���������A ball came off at Madame Lamdu-s  RichQeld, on Saturday evening, which -is said  to have been quite a gay affiiir and well attended by'the youth and beauty of the creek;.  0&������rWe have to call the'attention of our.-  readers to an able article on Judge Begbiejs  recent decisions which'appears in the weekly  "Colonist" of12th inst. ;;.  Markets. ���������Prices continue as at former  quotations with the exception' of nails and  sugar, which retail at 37 cts, %3 lb.  p&F Ttco Chinamen were arrested yesterday  afternoon in Barkerville on a charge of rob -  bing sluice boxes on Lowhee creek onSaturr  day night last. ���������  BiBTH.���������In Victoria, V. I., ������n the 8th inst., Mrs.  Richard Cameron, of a daughter. ��������� \  TVT ARRTED.���������At New Westminster, on the ISlh  inst.rMr JonxS. Clutb to Jex.me, second daughter  of William Clarksou, Esq.  DIED���������At the Cariboo Ilcspital, on the 20th insf,,  Dukcan;McQ������:ee.v, aged G8 years,-a native o: Hallux,  Nova Scotia.  vxemssammmimmsB^mmmma. rna^aBL^M^JWJMLJaiiamuii^uJaawb  '���������'CANON-CREEK.:  !  We have been permitted to make an extract  from a private letter from Quesnelmouth re-  specting: the new diggings on Canon creek,  it says: "3iekson, Shepperd and McLeese'just.  arrived from a. prospecting trip on Canon  creek, and they bring back a first rate account ��������� ���������   % notice IS: hereby:������������������ given that  of the;country.^The,water!was^:%^in^ TTTE    POST     OP F'TC E  creek ^at^a^^possiWe P^P^^m ������^iu,��������� ������Btu*fi^i^;^kipt!ii!ih6  pectit, so they teed the benches.,. The first fTvTRP Vt?v tv-PhfVi?n\^nww  bench tried was 12 feet above the level of the  ; * J 3 R A R Y jju q A M E B ON TOW N, .  creek; they brought a ditch , in and .ground ������* J*i2g>y^^  sluiced for a space of .20. or 25 feet, and wash- J      "M <,kfV,,,rt  ed:up;.$73���������I weighed :it;;here myself.^- The  amount does not seem much, but. considering  the.obstacles.they-had to; contend with Ithink  it is firstrate.  It; took them five clays to sluice  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  and;wash up/the above./ They, had but one  shovel and one pick, haying, lost some of their  tools-on the way: up j and,had to use two/pld-  leaky sluice boxes, through which.a good deal  of One dust got lost; Shepperd showed me'  a prospect of 50 cents to apan which/he got  in another place. : All ther gold is more or less  mixed with quartz.. Bob/McLeese found, one  piece of quartz that weighed about two pounds  which! is perfectly impregnated with^/ gold.  THey are all going back:;- again immediately.,  They represent, the couu'fryasbeing extensive/  Enclosed you/will find a.sample of. ;the gold."  [We fraye;seen." the sample alluded ^j/antl  judging.fr������m its ,dark color we would, be inf  : TheTribuiations' op'i^RKSS Re^r^r^  While i)r.; arid Mrs; DeWolfe were out promenading one evening, and ^setting an example','  ; to the; rising;^ner^io!n, /^drpwd'bfrJigged  ancl unapprebiatiye;urc^  Hyde and,/Yajiejo; stre������tsnset ?up the cry-of  \ ^there;; gocs;/tl^^\^nian^n; man's; clothes^  which so annoyed thes niale/Dr. Wolfe that he  resolvedto;give chase to.,one p? the largest|6iT  thenrchmsVand.^Ith th^t^Iew let go th<di arm  of the; female Dr.,Wolfe;and!;hpunded/after  the ������oun������;scape^ Hiousa  After: raWihg' at>out50f yards-4ttie Dpctbr's pins  flew;but from, under liini/and. herolled'inglp-'  rioiisly in the: diist^inucn; tp^the amijaein^ntpf  I'tb.e;bys&riders and','great!yPiip the/bhagrih of  the;Doctof..i:^  the; heroic/dress iTeformei,: joined^ his;better,  half ahd/cbntinued'his  vinced that ^i?ublic/ppihioj^!:?:nad got. the ;best  of him:thattime.^:T;<Biiiietin.?;';; i, : f -  :   Richfield, B.C:,VY  1st May^, D. 1866; J  WM.,GEO> COX,    J.P.  ��������� ltf '"' '-'-''���������  f:;.::r.^.v-i-: ^/CAMERONTOWN; \i::^ y  '���������:������������������'���������  \y. -, 'c^'iruLTbN^ PROPRiETpii..;;;;  There is no distillery kept in this establishment,  :'and strycbuino and rot-������ut find no place-.here.    .2  COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  QUESNELMOUTH,     ....���������."'..-.���������   ���������  ���������      P. L. JOHNSON, Proprietor, '  Meals at all hoursi anil Cooking of the best  /,        description.".^    .   /.. s   .."/  : VICTORIA1 AD VER-nsiili^  ,;:' QUESNELMOUTH,'.,    :.'���������        '  7   ;  : 7   BROWN & GILLIS, Proprietors:  ��������� :> '���������   ��������� Stabling for. Horses, Hay.and 'Oats.:   , s '"''  L OMST D OH  HoiB  GOVERNMENT rSTREET,VlCT0RU,        '  ! Wholesale and retail  j. h. tUfumer & 6bt  \ . ,     ���������;'.;.-���������     ���������.:.���������/>      WPORTKESOP    . :'���������-;���������.. * _  English & French Silks; Shawls, DresseVr -  ..derclothing, Gloves, Jahd every- deEcriDtioir,,f '  :-���������;.;, .,-., -.,; -,.--.-���������;.; .Drapery, Goods.; .... - UI ���������  ;. Recelye;ref:ular supplies by Express"via Panama ���������h  IlOrc-:^  9  '! RICHFIELD,  i    PATRICK /KIRVVIN, Prop^  Best Billiard.Table on the Creek; .the> Liquors  .'';.,-. < and .Cigars are of the flhestquality.;;.;..0 -..:.  GIROD &; GUICHON,.  Old .Established Geseral Storb,.     '.;: .  PROYISIONS", WHOLESALE &   COMIVIIS-  ���������y ��������� ������������������ SION MERCHANTS, ��������� ���������  r-.-i ,v  : Storage, &c���������Terms most Moderate.   .  -'   ,      ., . '���������, QUESNELMOUTH.     ,       ...   .8 ..  ir;at*;.^t������oh givou to all orders.  I/)ndon Kirin���������J. P*,Tonstall &.Co.  , '  , :���������  ESTABLISHED. 1858.  1-s  ROAD SIDE HOUSES,- &c  ���������SETAIL  RICHBTELD;^^  ..")/.:  ;," ;. r .!���������-: .   v -.Mercbasts and Dealers in:  ;���������' .;���������;���������*;  ,.,. -,  PROVISIONS, CLOTHING^ LIQUORS, &c.  i^������>A baby: was:^ofnyin2:Pe^^nf^^^l  the other day/w  two cent pi S.v revphue stamp oiriiis forehead;  An "exchange says^ the mother/must have jbech  chased by a government tax-collector./ ��������� ���������< ���������: ^  ������&.. Aix. impatient boy, waiting.fdr the;grist  said to- tlie miller, ;M. I could eat the meal as  fast as the mill grinds -it"! ��������� "How long could  you do so?" inquired, the miller. '; ���������.'���������Till l  starved to death,"- was the sarcastic reply.  The Steamer ^Enterpriser  yp;y -./-^Will-leave SO^JCRE^'.;;/: ���������  /;:  % MONDAY: & THTOSDAY ��������� MORNINGS,V;;  b-l':';;X������>.r-C k&- AT DAYLIGHT;'   -'yfi-^' :/vv  <y\y*yyy *> - y  Wm^^^& SATUiit)AY MO^NING^,  AT 6 0?CLOCK,- " ���������/<t  Connecting at Soda Croelt with;Barnarp's, Stagfs on  ;;* , Wednesday's;trip down and,Thursday's trip up. .. ;  :'! ^^ Freight to Quesnel 1% ��������� cts: ^ ib./; ?} "'���������.:- V  SteameriEnterprise,,V��������� ���������'       ���������y.i-: ;,: ;j:��������� ;.i:  ^iiMay:.^ist,;i866.^-^.|1,^.^:--^   .; .-/;.,;.;- y _^/5_*.;..  \>:f i: LILLOOET-ADVERTISExMENTS.v^-  .     BOYD' & HEATH, Proprietors,: ������������������;...���������:.,..  THIS HOUSE is situated 26 miles from Quesnelmouth.  The proprietors., having; lately, fitted. up bedrooms  and good Bods arc now prepared to .afford every accommodation lor Travellers; the Table is furnished with all  the.luxuries that can.be procured; tho Bar is well supplied with the best brands, of Liquors and Segar3; good  a^rr>ritl,v.opiGrted>Btbok: 6f tlioabovi������-fi^\TT,,v I  WILLIAM :ZELNER; 'dealer in'^DRcos" v������i"  Ci.VES and.CuEM|CAts,.Fancy and Toilet Arti i  Smm..Bru^j������;..FqrraAioi7l..&|0. .^hyeiewns'Z>  scriptions carefully .compounded, and orders anK J;,'  with care and dispatch.   Victoria, V. I.' ; ��������� ���������    IM  PATTRICK'S CORNER~T^:  T   R. ROBERTSON, Wine and Spirit Mflf  J . chant, Victoria, V.. 1.^   . DPWMBr.  i;.;-,.;:  . BOOTS!. BOOTS I!     Si     "T  T SAY SAM! How is/K-KouV.^WwMf.W'i������f-  X and keep your foot .so dry?.. 'Because I purchasel!'  Charity and ButlervGoyeroincnt'Strect; Victaria  TAY; 45..CO.rF6rt Street,. Victoria, V  Card eh and 'Field, Seeds guaranteed.'' Have on 6a  O,  Fresh  House on the Road:  Colonial: Hotel, Soda; Creek  ;:;;" :^LEESEj& SENNY, Proprietors,'-; ;,  THE PUBLIC. 'ARE. INVITED TO. CALL' AT THIS  House.: There is.Good Meals; Good Beds; Stabling\  for Horses; Barley, Oats and Hay.   ,   . 1:8 :-  their.friends in British\Columbia are solicited. .������ht  ticular atfcnt'ioh is called ��������� to'tlibir large; stock rfGraa  Clover Vand: Onion Seeds*lof: very' superior'*.dha$?  Fruit Trees' and 'Bushes,; Evergreens^ ��������� Shrub's; Gml  house and Garden:-Plants,:; Standardand.Dwarf li^cs  of every, variety; 11 Catalogues on application.. -. 2u  I  S OPEN FOR, THE ACCOMMODATION :OFi THE  Travelling public; the bedrooms aro spacious and;  airy and tho Beds cannot be surpjissed for cleahliiies3  and coraforVby any in the lower countr}';- the Table is  always supplied, with. thc;,best of victuals." Stabling  for Horses; Hay, Oats and Barley constantly on hand.  BRODRICKrCoal'and: Produce Dbaier. a  large stock,of Hay,-Oats, Wlieat and:Barloyofti;  best description,'always on-hani; ;also, -Nanaimo. Ene-  Hsh, tBlaclcsrhitli/ and: Canncl/Goa|. ?' Orders, sent io  Uniord.'Wharf, *=  attention. ; ���������;  Victoria) V.' 1.;-will receive immediate  WAKE   UR   JAKE   ;  EESTAUROTV;:M^  - ��������� ������������������ -    ������������������������������������::>': ���������   and ���������:-/ : ;-;i'.--.  : i -. '������������������ v.  lunch house;  Barkerville, B. C.V%>."'//'''/;:.:'.  KELLY <&: PATERSON, Proprietobs. !  Everything is done in connection with this establish  men t to give satisfaction to the customers.  ."  *������$*��������� Meals at all hours. :   ���������: 1  HIT   OR   MISS;  Bakeryiand Coffee/Saloon,  RICHFIELD, ,./'..''."���������  .,.���������:   .  JACOB HEINSON, Proprietor,     ;  Bread, Pies and Cakes constantly on hand.  .-:."' LjLLOOET   MILLS.  ��������� *.-   .*r\./Ji    i -���������.-  .j.   - ���������-  -      . -��������� - . , ��������� ;   .      . * ;  THE UNDERSIGNED aro now maunfactufing FLOUR  of a 11 grades: Extra, Superfine and Fiue.     Feed  Crushed to order.  I-s  LILLOOET FLOUR MILL CO.,  ���������   F. W.; Foster, Agent.  : 141 MLLE  DENNIS MURPHY, Proprietor.', This'Houso  is furnished with'every convenience forthe'ebm-  fort of ^Travellers; the:.Culinary -department -is under  the superintendence of an experienced cook; the:Beds  are clean and comfortable ;. the Bar.contains the .best  of. Liquors, Segars,:&c.   Stabling, Hay, Barley & Oats.!  ^       BLUE   TEN J   ^NGH^~ "^'  WM. HENDERSON begs; to. inform :his friends  .and the travelling public, generally {that, he has  taken the; above Ranch and is prepared to supply them  with First Class Accommodation. ;* Good Stabling for  horses; Hay and Grain.'-'  -"     ' l^s':-..  GENTILiE^S Photographic Gallery, Goven/  me tit St, yictoria, V: j.y opposite Hotel de Franc*.  Views o^'.O'ariboo.and Sc'encryriUrpugh'out British Co!..:  umbia, VnclUdingviews.ofthe route to Big Bend/always:  on h'and at liberal rates.'.,;'. ���������.; -.'";,-'.- v.   '..'.'. -.' j.s..  HIBBEN- & CARSWELLV Importing Book-  -SELLERS & STATIONERS, 'constantly supplied wi  receiving from best sources,: Qclicol/Standard, and Miscellaneous Bookstand: Staple, and,Fancy Stationery ia i  all its Branches. . Cdrn'er ��������� yatesf aii'd Langlcy ttfecu,  Victoria; Vancouver Island. ,} -,  :;? : ��������� ;i  ������������������''1.3m  EDWIN   TYNON,  DEALER IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,��������� HATS AND  : Caps,"Boots and Shoes, -Carpetings, Oil Cloths,  Wall Paper, &c ���������, Lillooet, B. C.   .���������,..-'       1-S  LILLOOET     BREWERY,    -  JACOB MILTZ, Proprietor,1' has always on  hand a largeandsupcrior stock;of Lager Beer; at  the Bar will be found the: best Brandies, Wines and  Segars; the public are invited to call..' \ Prepared to fill  all orders promptly;.* 1-s  111 MILE HOUSE.  we manson, ���������;'���������-     :.  i>.Ji. McLEAN^ '  Proprietor, ;������������������        Agent:  THIS HOTEL IS I^RGB AND WELL FITTED UP  for the comfort of travelers; the Table is supplied  with the best of every thing, that can be procurd,. and  the cooking is not inferior to any on the road; Bedrooms  for families; Stabling, Hay, Barley and Oats. '  l^s  R-* P^.WHEAR, Tailor & Outpittbr, ForiStwt,  ��������� Victoria,'ry; 'LjOpposite'Scc Hive Hotel,' wherel'������J  is prepared to supply his nura'erouspatrohs with'eveiji  requisite for Clothing "suitable -for 'every season of tLe  :year;. ���������;.;/;,;f/",7.;,.;;j<;;-.-rrv ::.-r,vi:7-;- ������������������*:^&)-h'*}-.$Ja^.  THOMAS WILSOIT &. CO.,/ Importers.of M  rlish Merchandize, wholesale: and retail dealers io  Dry Goods,-&c. j'.yates';Street, Victoria^v.-L ! On anil  aft������r 1st June next in Government Street, opposite ihc,  Bank of,British Columbia,.... j.,U ���������  HOTEL BE FRANCE, Victoria, V. L, to  Bigne and Piekke Maxcikt; Proprietors. TkKes-.  taurantis'supplied.with,all the delicacies the msirkci  affords.   In the Bar will be found the choicest IiQixwi  Furnished Rooms, &c.: ��������� ���������';   ':'  : ':    H  In tho County Court of British Columbia  Holden at Richfield:  IN BANKRUPTCY.  WHKREAS, a Petition for adjudication of Bankrupt,  cy has been duly filed on the 16th day of May  kwz by wam'br Long I^^ton, of Cameron town, Wil,  Jiams Creek, British Columbia; late RbstaiircmC and Sa-'  loon Keeper, and. ho having been adjudicated a Bankrupt, is hereby required to; surrender: himself to Wm.  . Geo. Cox, Esquire, the Judge of the above Court, for a  first examination on Friday the 15th day of June, next,  at"eleven o'clock in1 the; morning prbcisely, and on  Monday, the 16th day of July next, at li'6'clock in the  niorniMg precisely',, at :-thc Court Ilouse,; Richfield, and  make & full discovery and disclosure of ;h'is estate and  eJfects, when and where the Creditors;are to 'come prepared' to prove their debts, and at the: 0rst sitting. to  choosQ Assignees and at the last sitting the said Bankrupt is required to finish liis examination; ; '  ..;.;;,  All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt or that  have any of his estate and effects arc not; to pay or deliver the samebut to Mr.M. G. Phillips, Esq , r the; 0111-  cial Assigueo: appointed by the said Court.  ' ; JOSKPH'PARK,   '���������.'-���������  Richfield,   ...     Counsel for-Petitioner.  ;    Ricblleld, 17th May, 1863. .������������������:���������������������������-;���������;���������;.;   -'-;4, ':  ^      HENRY   SCHORLfiNG,  :.; van;winkle,  ;./���������-: '/���������'  Dealer in all kinds of Provisions/Clothing, &c.  ������������$>��������� SUbling for Horses;  H;iy, Barley and Oa ts aV  wnvi on lirind: 1*-  OPELMAN and McKENZIE, Proprietors,  O . This House is well;fitted up with Good Beds and-  the Bar is furnished with the best Liquors; 'Meal3 are  served at all*hours oh tho Reistauraut principle; Stabling for Horses, Horse Feed, &c. ;.,,      -������������������-    ���������   l*s .;  Pioneer Hotel���������Lillooet^  CHARLES NELSON, Proprietor. This old  ' established House is well fitted up for the comfort  of Travellers; the Table is supplied with the best of  everything that can be had, and tho cooking is not inferior to the best hotel in'thc lower country; Bedroom's  for Families; Sibling for Horses, Horse Feed, &c.  The Express stops hero. 1-8  83 MILE HOUSE,    ;  ALBERT CRYSLER has opened the above House fo,r  the reception of Travellers; the Table is well kept  and tbe Liquors; cannot be surpassed ; the Beds are  clean and comfortable. Stabling for Horses, Hay and  Oats. ;-.. .   ������������������:������������������ - - 1-s'-  JAMES HURON, Proprietor. ��������� This commodious Hotel is wcll.fittcd up with every convenience  "for, the comfort of,the public; the Beds are all that a  weary traveller could desire; the Table is supplied with  A,  EUGENE THOMASv Yates street, Victoria,  Wholesalo'ond Retajl Dealer in WINES, BRAXDIEi  BEERS, and LIQUORS and depot; of 'Havana Segari.  Goods forwarded to the Mining Districts.   :i /-1-s  FRANKEL, Victoria, V. I., Dealer.iaFcxs,  SKrxs, HrDEs, Wool, &c."' Liboral advoae'es mad"  oh Furs consigned. " Roferehcc~G. Sutro & 06;, Spor-  borg_& Rue'flf,- Victoria,-^V; I. ' .':::.: ':.'; 1*.  MRS. HEIN, MiiLi.ViK &'DhESs"MAKka; Govern-  : ment Street;- Victoria, V:!.; AH.kihdsofMiJiincn  of.the latest style, kept constantly on hand;-Orders  from the country punctually'attonded to. :,    vM"���������--  PETER MTcQTJADE, Ship Chandler ar������d  .dealer in Paints, Oils/and Window Glass. Always  on hand���������a largo stock of Rope and - Canvass. >Wban  Street, Victoria, V. I.::'.      ���������    - ' .  ��������� ��������� '^m  PORT DOUGLAS ADVERTISEMENTS.  MACDONALD'S    HOTEL,  M. MACDONALP, Proprietor; = Miners and  others destined for the Bridgo River Mines will  find!every convenience and accommodation afforded,  them. Good Beds and a Table well supplied with all  the delicacies of tho season/ ��������� .     l-s:  J' ORENZO L.EARTO, Proprietor. This house  j alfords every accommodation for tho comfort of  Travellers; the Table is furnished with all the delicacies  of the season, and tho Bar is stockofl with tho.choicest  of Wines, Brandies & Segars; good stabling for horses;  Hay, Barley and Oats constantly on hand at low rates.  Newly milled Flour for sale cheap. i-s .  fi  l BACIG-AIjUPE, Merchant and Packer, be-  XXm tween Douglas and Lillooet.  good; stock of Provisions, &c.  Always on hand a  l-2ui  The Bonaparte House,  QEMLEN & PARKE. Proprietors, at the  O Junction of tbe Cariboo and Big Bend Roads, is  now open for the accommodation of tho public: Distance from Clinton, 20 miles; fromSavanusSteamboat  Lauding, 22 miles; from Sponco's"Bridge; 30 miles.'  Travellers will find prices and accommodations to suit  tho times. Give them a call. Stabling, Hay & Grain;  attentive hostlera. Stage leaves hero twice a week for  Big Bend and yalb, and onco a week for Cariboo   . 1-s  \\TG ON &' O O., Importers and; Dealer in ������ p  \y   kinds of Chinese Goods and Provisions, R!cg,:^ |  gar,'Teas, &c., Cormorant Street, west of Gtwernmcw, m  Victoria, V.I.    . '      " .       . Cui.v Kav, Manner- |  7   WATSON, Watchmaker, Jeweler  Jm and Engraver: Yates street, above Gov-  mment.street, Victoria, V..I. .   1-s ;  ernment  ILSON ������Sc MURRAY/ GROcrasy! Pkotisw*.  Wine  Fort Street  Sp:  I  m  mm  ,k Spirit.Morciiants, Bakers & ConfocUoW  ,(Victoria,'y;i.":,M/;:;.;':,j ?-,:i?vji}- '���������  mm  fi : iv SMI'TH- '& CO., Proprietors.' Th is House- is  vX..: well fitted up for the accommodation of Travellers1 to tho Bridge River Mines. . Good Bods, Stabling  for Horses. Iiorse Feed, &c. A Stage ruhs-twico a week  between this;houso and Port Douglas on tho arrival of  the steamers from below and connects with tho Lake  Boats for Lillooet,'. . . '   1-s:  LEWIS LEWIS, Clothier, Yates Street, Victoria,  opposite the Bank of. British North America,     i-s  "MALIiAMDAI������E,COLLECTOR'&GENBRAIi AGENT  , Goverumenti street, Victoria, Vancouver liland.  MESSRS. CORNWALL'S.' ";  A:T THIS WELL IvNOWN HOUSE, half-way between  ii: Spence's Bridgo and Clinton, on the Yale Route,  Travellers will find Good Accommodation. The best of.  living, of Liquors, and of Wines Fresh Butter, Milk  and Vegetables.   Good Stabling and cheap feed.     1-s  jHRELLEY & PITERRE^Umportcrs^Wholc  U" s-ilo Dealers iu Wines j Spirits and, Liqupri*  Victoria,_ V. L_,:. .;��������� \, ,���������..-.. ���������;\.--. :" :.- ���������������������������;^1,    .'  eFtoAT'������to6:;!6atoAtti!^.>'^) J^SS v  O and CoMMjasioxMimoUANTSV Store fetree.t,.V!ci";  v..i;--: -.��������� .     ��������� .: t:: yy--- -���������' v; "������������������������������������;- -    ,J-  1  j-    !,'���������-,. ,   1     ,..    -     , _ . '          _ ���������  * " ' -rf  n   ; SUTRO & CO., Importers , ���������*&."W>?f i  U".: CIGARS; TOBACCO; Meershaum Pipes, f������M������s  corner of rates and Wharf street, Victoria, -���������,  f   B. HAaG-INf Physician &.|u^Sn??5-D'"  O ��������� ner of tales and Government ,Sjts., v icw������*n.  mm  Hi  mm  V.I.  :    HICK'S    HOTEL.  T YTTON SQUARE, New Westminster.B.a  Jj now occupied by W, E. STEIN. Tho above favorably known house is now open to the public; tho.Bnr  is constantly supplied with the choicest brands of  Liquora and Segars, . a  PIERCE &:SEYMOUR,'dealers in Bspw*^  JL   FuRFiruRE, Broad .Street Victoria, V, m_y^^  flAIRE & GRANCINI, HAUDWAi^&Oi-^f  V. .Merchants, Wharf .Street, Victon a, V. i ���������J___^^>  .  S&  H* ENDERSON and BURNABY,  Wharf street, Viotoria, V. I.  Mbb������*^n!8'  J-S mm  ^STAiti;'  s, rDre8sea,-Lv  description^?!,  II-orders^ \     !  in^RCGs..ifjDI;  irtTtollofArUcte  ePhyeiciang'. j^1  &;������%������&:  i^Spirft-MeK  Jiv:,;:4 ;, -:'7  ^Ts.wear;wfc :kf������^  StMetlJ!cioriii}BaB|  d. JavofihlnDd-fc^^  ve-from tl^ippfep  i������aiy"orders of-' W$m  solicited... h^BBf  e stock of Grass, WXm  Jttperi6>XqJKii^:.:H|  i;Shrufis^G^  md^artftBcj:,  icatipn.,Tu 1.3,,  ind'fBarlojrofaa'?  ,'Naha\iho."lBj.-.:  vMers,'sgii;to|  ;eivev immediate re������������li  ;-y ju itm8m  tilerypoveriK  Iotel.de France;';-  ig:I5cna;:aiway$  [y^mJky  >or ting Book*  itly supplied arid  indaruj'-andMis.-*  jy^StatiOneryJa,-;  [,atig% streets.'-  ���������;y^Kto>y  rKK,?Pprt Street u- i  Hotelj^lierflltev:  rMsNntlTcver/^  ry;seas6iron!ia;,:  mrJersjtMI  [itaHadeate&fos  o^Viti? ?.pri andv> I  cti * opposite tao '������  u  ies themarlicL;:  bicost'IiiQuosi ;'  ���������t.y,  i^ i.l  iet,Victoria,  ES,B'RANDlfi}.-;::������  [avanaSegars;";^  tealerjaFcBa,;;'  itiyaucesinafo ���������:.'  ���������o%Od;jW/'  Co1i;;GoyeTn- ..  ,dsof Millinery ������������������  idiid^'Ordew  afidlw'M^I  lass^l^.:*  yiss. -.'Wharf������������������'.  [erchantSjIm-   f*~*V  rasa  mmm  I  HI  111  nt Street, Vic-:--���������^ffl|  1111  gggg  Mis,:B!c<vS* ���������������  'Government pgg|M  rr Manager, .- ||||l^  weler '^  re.Goy:.j  1-S  i  km  ������������������' NB  ������-: Proviso,-..^������,^  Jonfoclipners, - WS^i  .- i-s : ��������� fSgt  i$������lt"  Ission.Mer-  rh,y.x-J's  d Biqaors,   ||  -ii-'S-   1  \ ijiroKT.^s .-.:���������  &���������*!. ,1  :  ���������''; ";.;J'.S.   ..p  PEA^f     I  0Nj near cor-' |  'ictorlai V. 1.    |;  tBEnoisG'4. g  &Clock5y   I  MJR������,f!i'     |;  l'������    ���������- l||  gfcjgj  ITE^EGRABHIC::  ���������    '!: ���������' (Special Dispatch to> .the: Cariboo Sentinel;) ;,.��������������������������������� - ���������  -^^���������: ^  appeare^in the House to-day and delivered;a  speech on Mexican.'.'a^^^m^t'tP^^^'  body by surprise; he BoM^dehomiced Maxir  ! million^; ;-and ^wto^df^t^flie-^verhment.  i should give sb^^ractie  iiitention to enforce^]^nrbe doctrine; he  , waa willing1 thatihe. jCJdyerrimeht .should enforce the Fix^ffillion'l^ican: Loans under  consideration b#;th^  Affairs!: The^Cbmmitte the  : sul^ct^nrihg {the comit#^eei^^  EatonJ for fifty;years edHor^qfethe���������':.'National  Intelligence^:!^  ; extraordinary ���������adyanceHiij!^d?to^  B^c^eanlwax'ahd ���������jiJfe^i^l^^VjWhQ^.^!  '������������������ ffitfabsbVbiHgM  ing'riThefirstquestion.caused ageneral-hfe  r quiry tib thb Treasury department as to what  out eliciting ariy^answeriworthy of note. Gulf  minatihg news"n6wever"'ddiBs^niot comeunex^  '���������;pectedly.,) Seeretar^rSeward indulges  his  ; callere^thfavery^syjictuK^  i of; ^general brdil^croMSthe; sea the' United  Sta$Cw^l3;^  "reap "tenfelct JthC^^inineiiie lostduringrour  insurrectio^^^heMendsJand'Oouhse  Davis have - wn^edr-wi1to^gdr"application8  - to:theBr,esident;for hfapturples^ p \:~���������- v;f !  V: New^rk^^Tiine 16tof^oin# uneasiness is  now being felt about^the 'cholera; because of  iseyeral caseminvtiie (^^r^pbr^fipri^a  aiitinashow^two>rnew,cases and one death oh  hoard#e#eruvianj while thetpassengersfbf  4heiUnion ire entirely ^exempt. ��������� *���������'>    !    ' ;:  died: at Suic^lc^feMbEn^^  NewYbrkj -Wie 17ffiiT^incelastnight?s re4  vport -.three!xleaths. by cholera have occurred in;  this city and threeat ^araStni^  of Health are making every"effort totoheckthe]  .spread of the scourge;^ physicians are kept at  headquarters?and cart: ibadsfb^disinfectantsl  j,are: carried promptiy*to^the places, where th el  ���������f   New''XorkV June* 16fli���������Steamer City:' of  Paris brings dates to the 7th.   It is Mly con-  serted the city in consequence of the new cofrf -^llp^ll^q^Tihn/^' ^gf^^ypjfil :M  scriptibh;:the authbrMes had made arrange-; ^-^      w ������������������-.!.:.--....-.,-.,-,,^.,.- -.-  JnentS: jtb carryiawjay- the"'[. tohd^^anict; f aiuablcaj  tt :tbG ��������� Basilica^bfc Sl^arh^-Rri^^B^  says'the reservations of 'Austria toher accep������t|  ancebf the cpnferenceprevented any thorough  examination^oJ [Austriaii ^arid- Italian differ|  ences, -ahdvad^tliaV^Ehgland- and Russi^;.co^  sider%dvthat under''the ^iremmstanc^s|the]  deliberations ?of the-cpni^nce would Have 'p$  i^a^utility j; the"[ Gov^rinia^t;bi^ the EmperorJ  couid not hut show: mese"bpini6hs-aiio^rel^  quish fori the present^ the-hope- it enterbiin|  !rjrffi:peiim^dia^  Ji^iesJ (ThbJtbhd^  relations on the con%ent have saved the; Brii|  ish Ministry. 'Rerio7 :!Betfe������&'Co., would re|  sume business in a few days,\;; vft *' . f|  v San I^anciscp,;June Ii&^Sieainerl Americi  which'.connected with ^e^ntia^)^.N;;Y^Hay|  Sull^* arrived* tMsTmorning^  ;a|ent yesterday retused?2,000idollara periobg  joT.H feet of ground 'corher of Cla^amlitfdrittS  SEMI^WMK'LY. PAPER/' !;  .,-  ,   ' : '/| THE BANK OT,      ;il   -   '  ��������� :'l ABL^&'LA3IBBRTi ^oprtbto%s;'';:;! *���������,  b^B^^kERyiLIiE, ^^WraJLAjis^ (&eeR, ,:jfiarab^-  *,!,''.' .:Subscraption^-:$l'--per!;^rfeek^ *���������>'-.'.*';'.  (Including: cost TJbff delivery,); payahl^to ���������;t^e^arfierr:  Wu\ *1K  firmed that the proppsedrPeace Conference was  abandoned j -owing td^demaiids������of Austria,  which were.'regarded'(by-^glandi France and  '-. -Bus8ia'Aas- tahtomounfy^  ations jwere^therefbrei^ remains  for /neutral' and: arm^i^d.w^rs W: negotiate  amb$g'f|hei^elyes^  6t$&M'>ffi&%!t^ly.i vanished.! 5he London  ��������� Times'; says, 'Saiiv^^^ and hpwl^c^ge^Qf;peabe  fade aSv^;7aM^it^eUe.yi^.&e.&fit movement  willipcciir{in the^Elba Piichies^lMMe great  moyement-bf Austria-wiil^be'nedrer; faiehbufr-  daries of Silesia; preparations for active positions are jep'prted M-allJiuairtersc!; 'fhb Prussian Government had issued a circular note to  neatraLpowerBii^^gm^rAnstria; witii-flagrant  breach of-treaties^ liy refering- ���������te^Hblsteih  question fto; the Diet. t? .Latest; despatches from  Londoriquote^i consols 85J,@'85.' tAgra and  Mastermans Bank had suspended, with liabilities heayy.and, w.ide-spread, causing -.consider;-:  able.cpmmerdal:depressibn^  unexpected. The crises on the continent continues, and war is apparently-'inevitables' Paris  bourse very flat;--62i.^-;LAn;,IrJiperial "Austrian  Kihg^died; ih?.Cii^tes&^,iMaS$.  she had been infirm ������ih health some timeH?  Bates of fareio New,lTbrk by the Constitution^  which sails ^Pa%&a'ori^^M  cabih, outside berths, ^$225; inside rooms,;  S181;{5ft; secondscafeih, $H6;;Steerage,:^6������>50|  Fears'are entertainedt for ^the ? safety^ of the)  IBremei^lbarkiljibe^^  Id'th: for;������^pg^  !prb3uce3sidull^ of grain saredrpopl  ing.-^^oc^inonitaTy a^ir3^?are|wi^put^s|  ?sential change ^capital ^undaht! amd^^iks  continue to ; graht * abcoimnbdatibns"ix) ineiS  chants:and business^men freely at the: rates;  loiig current, 1 to li^er cent. ^ The receipts  ofhullion continued: free. Bumors of extreme;  gold prices;hi ^STejvYork ^^erd&y^f some ac-|  counts'itating thatialesiwere made as high as]  , 159^ ? this:zlacks confirmation^ authenticLdis4  patchesjquptmg 15^;^;U8, cjosing at jnsi^  prices.v'  '*!7 '/'   ~    , : '', ' ��������� ^ j'\  Virginia' City, June, I7.r-A" fife broke, outi  at 2 b'clpck las^hight hv the old Fountain^  B^airja^i^Bth^street^ seeondrhouse Wr^  thencetbvBiiincludinghthe Newman Hoiisgr'  La^^^Buildin^Nhe Virginia\ Hotel,rWjj$S  n^iiiN:&yMm0M  ;AXd:^e.  THE iPERMS^P ^C^raip2^av^biecii redncoditp!  ., $2 per month; above 400, yolumes: of.,New Works  'have beenonly.'.lately^ abided ''U>. the" clrcniating Ijibirary,'  and niore aro'^kpccted-'daHy^^  Subscribe.v > *���������*? --;--; ���������>, ri' i, ������������������ ^ lo v&xfifv: "tyftnyA-  ;, ^OWDEBy EUSEi<&c.,'&c.   .-, ;,  . ;  mmmi  wvl  eufeldeb; & c6.,  ';.;..  .'.     ���������'v.'-'.-i-. ..   ''������������������������������������: I   ;.tl.;i^;-.'i:.t.l.  ..:.,���������   .-V..i,..    'f ���������������������������..:���������������������������'* ���������'���������  Fargo & Go's old buildings, BaMams' Restau  iantj:several'- hrickTand stone ��������� hiiildings ^with  twtf'exc^ptions-'ba-TSoffi'^da^  D. streefe antl SuttorLavenue" ahdv up" to the  Post -Office. yMo .lives w,ereripsti *������About 1O0  wood^tirick arid stone-buikffi^andthe^coii:  tents:were destroyed. - ��������� ��������� i '' ���������'"' "' ;���������  - '���������   ? ;  ������; ;^K ajpubllcian's wife in Suffolkj'��������� whiist at  church. Ml asleep^ and:M:fall :her hag,!;ih;  which, Hher carried a tuindlp ;0f .Keys:% Arposed  byi 'the noise, $ie jumped iup :and! exclaimed,  ^Gus it-Sail there's another jug broke."  : TYhy is a tight shoelike &fine summer?- Be^  cause it:!nia&sf the: corn gfow>  K.V-.'1  -  v-     .   Storage' and-'Commissipn. ���������: 1:    . s'-:  PAID UPVJO^PITAL, ,   - .    - " $1,562,560,  ���������' -' ������������������iiv^vOR%',?<>wer to Increase.) ���������     "  ���������u-:^: if ^^/&|'! = ',: i.    ~ ,.y /;, iHs'.v-iV'^f J,1-..-,:  i;/ PR^Sfg^ffiD ON .THE BANK'S BRANCHSfl,  ;.;.':'.,," m;y^OUYEB ISl|kd, &:  ^    ; -^IN|BRITISH COLtJAIBIA/ ' f   /  ^#/WEST3MtEH/^t^i:������tbu^������bF^^to^  r ;v '. '' "'*- -rf'1 .-";CARIB00;'M-o;.;i^: -v^,,y-  y V'- in^the .uiriiMrs���������������������^^'lv/^  \; SAN FRANCISCO, PORTLAND,'Obeoon;       ''  . ON -THE, BANK OF MONTREAL, ilNiCANABA,  Montreal Torofeo, Quebec^' Hamilton^-London, Kang-  ::,;; :- Bton^eob������rg,: Belleville:;;Brantiord,  Brock.-  ���������i,,\ ������������������>*,  .-v tGodeVich: Stratford; Pictonr-Perth. l-":\  '������ -"���������;-    ."    ^mlcbejSt.''Catherines;;   ������������������  ">��������������������������� ���������  ON NEW .YORK^On Messrs;BELL.& Guxorv, (AgonUt  ;'���������'',     '  ' ; ��������� V   . f������r ^9 B?^k'ol Montreal. t' ���������     ,  ON;SCbTLAN^THE BRITISH LINEN CO. ������S BANK  ON'IRELAND^UNION BANK OF IREli&ND.' LIMITED  ���������^tCURRENT/ACCOUNTS opened'ibr^anyvamount no  less.the nOne;Hrfndred Dollars;       >>     <[,,-;.     '  ;Bills Discpuntedand Collected; and Bills of Exchange  for safe  custody, sv-...,tsand Dividends collected;. -.  /;:-lieceivedioitfI)eposit,. or-Advances made upon then.  > "' -������--'   -    -������������������-���������,.    *'   - J_ ���������  ,  & tmM  Gold Dcst;Meito'd and Assayed, and returns mad������  within24hours'^   -��������� ; '   , J -.."/ ������������������      '. '  ��������� i Ores-'of eveBrclescrintion carefully- Assaved.  BARKERVIIiLE^cljojningihc^Ex  miiM���������ii urn   i        ' -"--- ���������   . ~���������������������������������������������-���������"~~~~���������~~ ���������"  '";".-/- y.j$L.''J������ BLAGE3MAN, ���������������������������'?. V- .\r.  BARKERVILLE;  : LEWIS WILDE,   -.*:*  Boot and Shoe Maker,  decree has been .issued suspending the law for  protection of: personal 'liberty^ in Terietia and  other southern parts of the empire; authority  to do likewise! find establish military courts['is  given to the Generareommanding the army of  the north.. The Austrian army, is now., 800,000  strong, of whom !600,660 will cbpiprise the  army of operations, viz: 350,000 against the  Prussian army, consisting of 450 battalions of  infantry, 321 squadrons cavalry and-. 1088'field  pieces.   The Prussian army is the largest ever  set on foot; n The' Italian volunteers number  95,000 troops, and more are coming forward  daily.' The;. headquarters- are swarming with  troops. .The Emperor of: Austria was expected at Prague should war breakout   'Berlin  advices say Bismarck ��������� would accompany the  Ipng as soon..as he proceeded to headquarters.  A Royal body guardrleft Solstein-onthe^tti.  Prince Frederick Charles would leave for the  headquarters of the Prussian army in Silesia  on tlie 7th; his staff was. eh route thither ron  tne oth, v The Austrian commander is said to  have convoked the estates !6f Holstein to the  nth June, by order of the .Emperor.   The  feaxon Chamber of Deputies had voted the  ������ra������te.re^nired:by.:(^yeniment������^'an^y-  ea the projected armaments.   Great amtation  prevails in Venice,., owing, to the forced loan  and the relusal of the Municipality to co-oper-  ftUo m collecting it.    Large, numbers had de-  :   Thb Uxivebsal Practice: of ..mixing CbiQpry and  othet adiilteratives witlr Coffee; has very much; damaged: in public estimation, ,^liat ought, to: be. the most  jdeiicious of Beverages^. -So; effectually havo thepablic  been drugged: with such mixtures, that the trueypr.op.er-  ties have;been;lost sight .of,.\and many.; preferja.iblack  and thick' infusion to a drink ricli.in spirit.ahd;aroma.,  General as is the use pf.CoffeOj -itnis .little known, that  in condensing,tlie.yapors,extracted,;from tho berry in  roasting, *a liquor is obtained of; the ..most.nauseous  tastej and ;of-a scent,tlie most unbearable.   Undersuch  Circumstances .it. ,ts.-.cvidentl ^Important that: all, the  ^ases and. fluids extracted by; coasting should be carried off as quickly as possible^ in order to preventitheir  returning again to the Coffee, which is the case in the  corifincd\cyIinder.' - - This obj ect js -admirably accora-'  plishod !5y the ne\vand patent '.'ConicalCoflee Roaster'-7  as used: by FELL & OO.y Victoria; in, whicli'the berry  is directly.exposed to;tlie radiated, hea^ and.the. vapor  extracted carried .off'instantaneously.:>  In .addition to  the advantage to.be dbrfve'd by .the. rapid., removal of  the steam containing tlie objectionable properties, the  pure dronia of the Coffee is, retained, .tlie .'essential oil  being preserved and not exhausted ;as in tho Cylinder  Roaster, where the Coffee is required to remain a mucU  Ibngertimc in cOuscqucnco of the steaming it undergoes' bv the'conttnCd stoara. - It ischemloally impossible to retain tho qualities Or arrest the deterioration of  Coffee when ground.,, The; boat engendered by the pro-  cess of roasting, and especially !of grinding, creates an  action in the elementary parts which gradually destroys  its fitness for drink.' * But to. retain the: essential .oil  which it contains wo havo.it encased ill tins containing*  from 1 lb; to 28 lbs., and.which can be had from any  of thn' respectable dealers.    We can confidently recommend those who have hitherto' been. obliged to refrain from taking Coffee on account:.of.its ill effects,  that they may use our Coffee, roasted, in the Conical  Roaster, being recommended by all medical men uiidcr  Whose" notice it lias been brought, and by numerous  other testimonials in its lavor;   .     FELL & CO.,  ".".;." X'oifep Merchants, yates st,, Victoria.  BARKERVI-LLE  L;  MOUTTET &;CO^  WHOLESiLB-!&,;EETAIL^ y  t :ltfGHFIEJ^J>Williams C^  E,HAVE ON HANfi' a large.stock of Provisions,  Hardware, and Vegetables, and are -deter-'  mined to sejlVthehi ���������cheaper .than- any:, other store On  Williams CreekwItJotne and see and judge for yourselves,  ^'-Sichfield; -ilay;������%lS6e.,:;v ?; ^r-r--' ���������������������������:'::: 'n������}' "ft -r  '^i;$ffi������M iivrBJl! ��������� %", bx>j^ :yc  Co mm i s s i o n Ag en t s  ��������� "-';";.'   -r ,"V���������:..-" ''<y-*iaui-- -,".--y'y **'-. ���������������������������:-.-���������-.:'  :DEBT;; COLLECTORS.    ���������;     iv"  1 DRAFTS ISSTJErj on London,1 ;Ne^r(T0rk; San Fran ^  ICisco;-Cariboo; Canada;iiNewfBruriswick;!Nova Scotia,  !and,on:aU the'S Branchejsof the National; Bank of Scot-  jland^ and Provincial Bank of Ireland. Jf,:  [���������^Biifc'^-.Eioha^S -  I .jnteresi.ji'niSijeci'af Dc^osiis^of. Moneyvallowcd at the  ��������� rato of a- quarter of 'ono per cent; per niOu'th.  ..' Gold'DustMeltedr;and Assayed^-and returns made  ;witbin'24h6uTS;TO  I -: Ores of .every idescriptioh carefully Assayed.  \'���������% %. B.T-Anyjnstruptipns asto:tho;<lispps.U of the proceeds of GoldC Dust: mr,warde(l, tp: the office in Victoria  -for-Assay will be carefully attended to.;;'  !��������� r' '       ->X -{f"'  -!' ���������'������. G. SHEPHERD, Manas*.  :-Victoria, .M.~jAprjl;rl!866".'; \ i������V'-- u '������.< ,    I-s  BARNA-RbfS  : Bankrupt Affairs wound up and Balance Sheets prepared; Mining Accounts carefully made up; All kinds  of Forms and agreements drawn, and every, other description of business promptly attended toi  ' im* Office���������RICHFIELD; hear, tho Court House.    5  .���������   WILLIAM  WINNARD,  blaJoksmith,  :BARKERVltLEv r  BARKERVILLE BREWERY.  COHEN   &.  DEALERS IN  BREWER.  PRAGER   &  BRO., -,-'  E'BCHillS,  Connecting ,at Ijillooet and-Yale-with DIETZ k  -^^iNELSONIS ;tox.NeV. Wcstroinstcr^: Victoria,  ' 'iLLl"ARRIVi ";AND.-DEPARTv^oin':'thc ofllcc in  Barkervillev to connect .witii the steamer "En*.  terprise^atQucsnelmouth, and" the .STAGES, at Soda  Oreek, EVERY :WEEE, conveying Tbeasurk, Letters and Vaujables for all parts of, the wort th . Also,  Commissions received and .forwarded by Express for  the collection of Notes, Bills and the purchase of articles to be obtained'at New Westminster, Victoria, San  Francisco or curoute, and returns made with dispatch.  ..." JOHN B. LOVELL,  1-s . Agcntj Barkery ill 8.  Jmportant to Miners!  ���������     Tbe undersigned is prepared to  CLEAN BLACK SAND, BLOWINGS AND  ���������     ' ���������'���������."PANNINGS,"::--.  On Commission, or will purchase any quantity oa the  Most Liberal Terms, at tlie '���������.;;"���������  Reading Room, Cameronton,  The Subscriber is well known oii Williams' Creek, and  from the confidence1 reposed in him last Fall in tb������  above business, ho hopes to receive the patronage of  the Min ing communi ty the ensuing sea soft. .���������-.  .      s   ���������       1; ,     , r JOHN^OWRON.  E. C. GILLETTE,  BARKERVILLE,  DEALERS IN  BARKERVILLE..  A large supply of LADiiiS' Goods on the way.  Assorted Merchandize  ��������� :;    Wholesale and Be tail;   ��������� ���������   ������������������ ��������� l  camerqntown:  JAMES   P'URDIE,  B LACE: SMITH  -   -EIGHTI-ELD. fj^n*J53C5jnc?v.  THE CARIBOO SENTIN-E  MONDAY, JUNE #>, lSGtf.  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  ���������; GROUSE   GREEK.:  The prospects of this creefcarc becoming  more ehcoul-aging every day; and if. the rich  strikes which!are reported continue to*be made  we anticipate a large accession to the num-  ' bers at present on^that creek. ^Almost every  claim that has been prospected is burning out  well,:and there is no doubt that the creek will  pay for a considerable distance above and be-  VJow where claims are at^present located:-���������  The Short Bend co'y, on Thursday last got as  high as $30 to tho pan, and on Friday $18;  they" washed up on Saturday 75 ounces, being  the result of - tliree hours' labor of one; inan  picking;..the gold is very coarse,- some of the  pieces weighing from $30. to S/iO.���������The French  co'y, next adjoining the jDiscovery claim, gqt  . 7 ounccsand S12,to. one pan.of dirt on Fri-  ��������� day last-T-the.JNre'er do Wellteo'y got a.pros-  f poet "of $68 to one pan ofidirt last week; tboy  Avashcd.up.yesterday;50ounces.for the two  . previous days.:-��������� .we saw one. piece which  weighed ;2������ ounces and ariather2 ounces taken  '.oulof^this clnim.;^,   -������������������. -rj^ym ���������-.-     '-.''"/"���������'���������':���������  i'i'������i^^'" .r.WJLLIAMS/GREEK.^v  ;.. .\ .."������. r  '���������^^^^^^^fg^ jgjj? past" ;WccY:'fa' wi-  f usually, dullo^ to the  < preliminary arrahgemeuts for! the working of  'claims,'Biicii asthe. erection of wheels,, pumps,;  *: e tcV. hot -haying *!teenv quite :; c omploted. ��������� 'we  hope to 'be able soon to givo a-good account  :*i'rpm this ; creek, -yyyv-:;^T;t^-; ��������� -;;-:!;',! ������������������" :'!K.j  . -.. The. Sirames cbjyi are,:raising /a shaft/frora  their drain!aiid-will be;.washing; by the end  ��������� of tiie;week^Wido;West; 'coJy������are working  fro hi two shafts5 and making . ab' on t wages.���������-*  ;, Th e Ilappy go: Lucky 'co'y;'' hay cV just,' stru ck  ��������� phy.���������Forwai'dvco'y are findingUheir pay oil.  high rdck; -they expect to: do{weir when::;they.  To mis Editor op the " Cariboo Sexti^el,"  ! Sir,-���������Permit me to ask the following questions .through your valuable paper.  ; First���������Have we as colored men the right to  pre-empt ground for mining purposes ? :  ;* Second���������Havo we any rights in common  with wh i fce men:?,   \,. ���������;������������������",',,������������������-   ';.. ������������������   . \ \   \ \  Third���������'Why were bur interests taken from  us and given to white men?  ; I bought niy interest in the Davis co?y "and  ���������expanded $2,900.before T received' one cent  out of t said ;claifa, Ar&J&P.'���������$ ividends: I Jja.yiv,  received from said claim have been appropriated to'pay my debts in this coloriy, but  just at the time I was ��������� about to be rewarded j  I have beendeprived of that, portion of the  Davis claim which would pay. -I havbtake'n  some pains,to,spread abroad the equality, we  as colored^ men had, in the laws in an English  colony, and-am.proud to say I have found no  difference until now., .. .��������� -;  ������ ������������������      /  Poor Marshall lost his life coming to Cariboo to look after his small interest in the Davis  co'y, the only pittance he had left after'6 years  hard work in this.colony,"and the only.means of  support for his family. \ His wife and four  children are more1 in need of the irioney than  those to whom it was given. There are about  lifty,colored men in .and. about:Cariboo; the  greater portion of whom are miners, and the  quicker we know onr .position m J-bis colony  the 'better*for .us.' '!"'""'..'"'  "." *  ,,^^..^^^..^~;-- ;-.t... ^lle������pcctful^y&"Jf 3r;.:;M:  '���������'���������'*' '"'- Colored Miner, ;  [We had hoped.that discussion in this matter would have ceased with the decision of the  case, a.nd were it not that we consider a great  injury has been done, to  men whose rights  BU IE  BROS,,  ���������  WHOLESALED RETAIL DEALERS IN      ,;-���������  LIQUORS,   GROCERIES,  - <3ENErtXL-MERCHANDIZE, l  BARKERVILLE.  '���������&ST A full assortment of Groceries and .II. B. Cp./s  Liquors always on hand. ... ..'.. ,' {. ;,:-..; 15'  +x**&^^^^tt**\?r'*~*7?3rvte?'-?  $20 REWAED-SoSf  TN BARKERVILLE,   ON THE: EVENING =OP ������  1 unnAYijAST, a W^li^x containing money ah(li������m  Any tmo who will leave tho same at the Wako ������n t ,  Bakery or at this office will receive the above Zn .  The notes aro drawn In favor of H. Margeson     -     *  ; ^Williams Creek, Juno 18th, 1866.  13  $30 REWAED.  ��������� get 50 feet ��������� further ;back^���������McLarpn ;co -y' are;  mtill taking out. good ' pay.--Well?'Mary Aim|  are now \ in;: nearly V ;400 feet'^q.hd begin : to'  fiuda Ut.tJO;;fine gpkhr^The different .claims  a!>etwcjen'?this;* point-;a!nd''.,ltlie ;Gai|fornia.' co'y  jiave completed -about 800-feet of ..their, drain  feet  and 2  to. the  Vo-5poctiye;companies who will "bp enabl^jdv.to  ) .wovk their'-claimsr-;during *the;.winter.-J. The  djL;i$iydrauiic,. and ground sluice claimsy oi : the  1^46asi- bank between Richfield ;ahdr ��������� thercahon,  ;..;   ..are all bnsy,;.biit ndho;havp-> yet -washed up:  .  There.ire several; companies, on the ��������������� west side'  ' ��������� oftho c'reek^aking as much as an 'ounce a'  have; be'en: outraged, by, the one-sided decision given;by a'-Snp rem ev Court"- Jil dge * in; a  British colony, we should have let the matter  drop. It is unnecessary to state in answer to  "C.ploretf,Miners" first and second questions,'  that ttie.mininglaws of this colony i make no  distinction as to; the color of a man's.skin; the  laws have-been wisely and "judiciously framed,. It is only with the adminis tration of them  that;iwe;take exception; the laws may::say  one thing, but the Chief Justice says another,  arid wo must gr������i.and'bear-his^ipse^dixit' having no other recourse left. The Judge has  given as- his reason for depriving "Colored  Miner", of his claim,;that it;.was an act of wisdom and expediency, justified by the circumstance' of his "Colored. Miners,-? knowledge of  the jump; whicli singular to "say, although it,  wasjiot established to the satisfaction of'the  jury, was quite clear to;the learned Judore.-  Eo.]r:::..,iy.';m ::-,r.���������.;-..-,.. ,.,������.������,m-r.,^,  :;;: james p. taylor, ;  ;���������/,'.     . -������; :J. ' i BABKERVILI^E, ���������-    ��������� ��������� ���������. ,-.,c: .:i., ���������'  HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND tho choicest solgcUori  ^l' Bacas & Patent Medicines; also, Hair Brushes,'  Tooth Brushes. Comhs, Tooth Powder*/ Fancy Soap's of  every description, Lubuis Extracts Rose Water, and  other Perfumeries, Garden Seed^&c, &c; -Also^ at  choice lot of No. 1 Havana Segars. .      .-''16!:  PARLOR   SALOO  ���������"'-. BARKERVILLE.  .  MADAME   BENDIXEN  BEGS\TO:ANNOUNCE 'TO, HER  FRIENDS,  she has refitted this well known Saloon, where ������  invites'thcffpuhlidlto give her a call. ���������<:"  ..jj������-The Bar;is;.stocked, with the best of LIQUORS  and SEGARS that can ho procured.' ���������        . :  ww;j..,j l.  Justice  T OST, BETWEEN lit k 160 MILE POSTS fiii  1j Waggon Road, a- box containing Law Books nti  sundry papers-addressed to mo.at Barkerville     u  books to any of Barnard's Expressmen for me  i, ������-.;..;:'.;��������� ;.i.;; ^y.U-o:' :.m, A k;robertson,..  >    '��������� "'"������������������> '.:.'.. :....;..'.-.., ���������' -.Barrister  - RichfleW; 18th Jung-1868.. ������������������:' : ������������������"������  1''-i2,  cr iko  THAT  she  o^^AT:-rEM':s;At;o6N,  '. ���������; '���������.'  B-ARKE-RV-ILLE/-; ;';:;|!-i  yt'y ! JAMES'J^fc^ '  ' This First Class Saloon Is now open to.tho lovers of  EVERY   EVENING.  15  In  the .Supreme Court of Civil  . \ .British Columbia...  of  IN. -BANKRUPTCY-  / FIrst_Class order .willibo preserved, and the proprietor  Invites his friends and-the public to give hira n cull,:'.  ������3" Tho BAR is stocked with tho host of Liquors and  Segars.  ; ;" "to !" -; ���������������������������.���������*:.��������� _    ��������� ���������'������������������ ;.: ^Vj^ -  ,'>wwrv - *~,<  ��������� .::���������:.���������   ���������:     .������������������<������������������:.���������.   .��������� RciRevibre.  ���������������������������'.'-       .���������'  ;���������:.; i  THE MEETING-for the -Grant of tbe'Certificate'of  Jean BAhTisTB Arthob Rsviere, a'Bankrupt, .which  was adjourned by the Judge of; County Court of,. British  Columbia holden at Richfield, for tlie coiisideration. *of  tbo Judge of the Supreme Court of Civil Justice of British Columbia, will be holden before tho ilonorable"llat-  thew-BaillioBogbie, at the Court House,. Rtchueld, - on  Friday next, the.29th.day of Juno instant, at tho hour  of elbveh o'clock invthe forenoon: .;;:..  ;V   ���������-'���������".���������   -r     -������������������*'-'��������� JOSEPH PARK,  .'���������  . - Counsel for tho Bankrupt.  Richflcld, June 23rd, 18G0.   ��������� ..   ;   15--.:  BARNARD?S   EXPRESS.  day to the hand working;o.ver and cleaning  up old ground.   The-Burns Tunnel eo;y are  'r,.; still hydrauiicihg and make- but;little progress owing. to ;the hard.nature of: the ground.  ���������T^Qs'ter^Gamph.ell- cp^y>have;got -t^r r^vheel:  stainted and^ are bailiog out |heir shafti^Rarp:  ahannock;co?y ^e^lasting;!through tJni'"rock?  had>foundJ^o&; prospecfe  co-*ya are -working- the disputed^gjound in.  c6m pany; the1 form'er! a washed up yesterday  129 ounces* and?rlthe latter p 159 ^priuces.-^  The -"Watson, company" erecting1 a. nfew, * wheel  and;hoisting gearv^-Wake up Jake have finlshTf  .;   v. d bIasting-.the. bottoni of shaffcy will commence  drifting to mprrow^~-The Gamp- co'y washed  up for the weekabput 50 ounces^The^Iofn-  ing Star co?y;had:;for the past:week 40.Ounces:  ��������� ���������Cariboo co*y have just commenced,������drifting  ���������^lowir sirea^n to connect with.the Lillooet who  -are running the ������ Bed iRock ;Drairtyr&illooet  <; 0 y;: are$no w- within 140; fee fc of ��������� the%! ^arlbob;  -^kli^;w^h^d-rj^^  (iuled^nia/Never/B^voat jm(L Motuxfecp^: are  not doing jnu'ehat prbsehti-^Last;'Ghanc^are'.'  makiii^about^O dunces a; day"fromlfc^e shaft.:  ���������Jinker cdjy;'arb making w.ages.-^Eaby'cp -y.  . ��������� wa'sb'iiil ; up;; for : week aboiife 100 |6unces.-^  Aclanis PO^y, took put: for week &o! ounces;-^-.  y?l th . one or two excep tipns the clarms!below  Cam crontb n have ho t got in to working order  yy4>y/yyyy'y::- y^^yy^y-- y^my^  -.;! '"��������� '���������'';��������� CANON CREEK. !, .���������.'... y  },U\ May "whphas been at. work thorough the  greater portion of the winter and spring,; on  the Bed;Bock Fluine,' and is a shareholder in  the same, informs as that operations have  been suspended in the ihteriru'.awaiting in-  , Btriictioiis��������� from the shareholders in the' Iower  country as to the future proceedings...-'of..'.the.  company;; Th,ose interested here cpntemplate  m ulctng a new! shaft near. the locality .where  they had attempted' to; sink during the "winter,  -u rid ,o ply a wait;; the col lection of assessnien ts  ���������fluffidieiifc.to defray ;ihe expense.   Another call  has been made on the company of 25-cents oh  the share>;which it is supposed will cover tie.  expense.   "';: ':::yy,..y':y-   ���������        ',���������-.  &  y ���������;.. -.;.... :..    ,'!"' ANTLER' CREEK ' .    ,'.7;  There are about 120 :Chinamen engaged -In  jnining on this creek, a good:many are hired  ny white men to work on their claims. The  lioss and Neil co^ys are" doing well;:  ;:; ;;.,';��������� ;canai>a.. .'.,  Ottawa, June 9.���������The Canadian Parliament  unanimously passed a bill;suspending tho habeas'corpus, , A court martial will be immediately convened to try Fenians. It is believed many will be hung.   .     ,        .  Chicago^ June 10.���������The Fenian - failure is  |made more eomplete:'/frdm;7th^:--;������ELCt::'-:.th������it->' no  j where in Canada has, there been theleast show  iof sympathy, where riota^-and uprisings were  jexpected^ TheCariadiahIPariiameht?has as-  ;sembiedv; The Governor^ speech rec^minehd-  ;edV i^\^^Bp'ei^^:^.;tiieS&beas-i������������rpus^:. Fen-  jian; prispners;held by :the Canadian; Goyernr  me^haye? riot yet;l3eenjirTai^ed^r:tnal^ ":  Reduction' in the Prices of Express Freight.  N'AND AFTER THIS DATE tho rate for Express  Parcels from Yalo to Barlcervillo will bo    '    .:  .Parcels from 5 to 60 tfcs.' 75 cts. ^ ft.  -,:  v'do .   'do  60 to 100 ft?". ' -.       621-2cts ^'ft.  ���������  do      do   100 tfes. and over ;   50 cts. Q lb.  ��������� '  :.;. ....;:   :-.JOHN-'B.-LOVEIX, Agent;   ���������'  -:.';   "-- '-. ,'      "'.' ...   Barkerville...  Juno 20th,-1860: ��������� <   ���������"��������� '��������� 14     ���������  w  .::;.".. 0X^Lt/t^yM:Wm^'^  yyyyyyyy i-taW.winkle,.,.���������.-  y>yyy:  BEGS.'-TO; iNFORMi.HIS CUSTOMERS' ANDTHB  pubHc generally, that ho intends to furnwhthem'  BEER OR; MUTTONj'.so soon as packing is.practicable  at'their respective claims on tho; different' creeks, or  residences^ at the Most Reasonable Rates.'      V  ��������� VariiWinkl? June 11th,. 1866. \X" ���������       ��������� ry.'?!;li  CIBEBTALI0TEL &RESTAURlKt  :..-,,. -BARKERVILLE,,    ,.  .  MISS THURBEli &>MK. LAWLESS, Prpp^ra  THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN NEWLv" FITTED UP ON  the Restaurant principle with a view to tho comfort  of the public, and will be conducted in a manner to  ensure the;satisfaction of tb'oso, (wh'o are disposed to  lavor the proprietors wi'thrtheir patronage.* . '���������'  * '    Meals at all Hours.   Good Beds.  ;jQQrThG Bar is furnished with tho bestsoieclionof  Liquors-anil Segars,'���������'���������"''.   -���������..'������������������ --��������� :=";��������� 2  . vDAJffC'INGr'��������� ��������� ,:.  -V  .������������������'������;��������� rFORTHEv:    ���������'   :     ������������������" ���������-''     *  9  rft'  AT  ;^Fenian^m in Victoria And: ^Kew^Westmins  iTER^GreafeScitehient seems to have prevailed  in ^ictoHa" andvSew;. Westminster respecting  a.cpntemplate^ from San ^toxir  ciscoi I:iBrecautionary measures had' been tak-  ;en by the ^vessels of war and gunboats at Victoria, tp; boai*d all vessels" entering the narbor  of Es^uiinalt or; 'Victoria, even the Litearher  Enterprise: ^^;';T|(^'^^tmihs^r ;:;iiM ��������� nbT  beenexempt ;fr6m .a search.  . .The. gunboat  Forward is stationed at Cadboro Bay, the  ���������Alert is lying oif Victoria,, harbor,; the Scout  will be-sent to ��������� Nanaimo, -��������� the Sparrowhawk  to Fraserxiv.er mouth, while the Sutiej will  criiise'in'the/Sti'aits."   Mr! Birch the Administrator, of the Government of, British "Colnni-  " biai had made application "W* Admiral Den-  man for two ships of war.    A meeting had  been hold in Kew .Westminster;, and resolutions passed urging, on the Government the  'adoption of instant measures-for the defence  of the city by the organization of ah assistant  corps.   I^ate accounts however state that all  excitement has ceased,.as it was supposed the  late defeat of their allies in. the attack on  CJanada, had deterred the. Fenians froin; making a descent on Vancouver Island or British  Columbia.  Moses' Hair Invigorator.  TO PREVENT BALDNESS, restore hair that has fallr  en off or become thin, oud to cure effectually Scuri'  or Dandruff.-- It will-also relievo the Headache, and give  the hair, a, darker and glossy -color,; and tho freeiise of  it will keep both the skin and hair in a healthy, statei.  Ladies will .find the'invigoratbr a; great addition to toil-,  et,;both in'consideration:pf ;tho delicate and agreeable  perfumej- and theigrcat'facility it aflbrds in dressing the  hair, which; when moist-with.it, can be dressed in any!  irequired1 tbrm, so as to preserve its place, whether plaill  ;br iii curls. ���������; Whennsed oh children?s heads, it lays tho  foundation for a good, head of .hair.T ������������������..��������� ������������������ >  i:  .. .Prepared only by::; -';'--;  w. D. SfdSES, :": '*  );,y:i:"'\ y~2 Barkerville, Williams Croek.  '  I ::': to WHoii it ma^st concern. .  ^  THIS IS-TO CERTIFY :that! from some * cause br.comv  plaint of the head our 'hair commenced falling out  so;rapidly that wo feared we should lose tho whole. In  this condition we went to W. I) MOSES, and strange to  relate, ;in threb applications of his wonderful Hair Res-:  tfffatlVF bur- hair became its strong as ever, - and is now  soft-and lively. We make this certificate with pleasure,'  j-b3lievjng'4t to bo for titrQ*pn\ffitf%8^^'^'*^"~y���������^ "���������]  ;��������� ��������� }/-:.��������� ;;GEORGE C0FFRIN, Cameron tori,  '  < ��������� ROBERT WARREN, Barkerville- ���������= ���������  .:'������������������������������������    H. S. REDGRAVE, Richflfcld, '  ;'Williams Crockjlst July, 1865.v       :  ,   .  CARD OF ACKNOWLEDGMENT.  TO MR. -B. W. MoiBES:. Sir,���������In the years 1S60 and  ; 1861, from a long and severe illness, my hair became  very weak,. and was falling off in a most fearful manner, and I was in dread of becoming entirely bald, when  I was recommended by a lady residing on Fort street  to try. your Invjookator. After a few applications by  you, and alter using three bottles of the Invigorator  my hair was restored and became as thick and strong  as it ever it was before.       '     MARY/ A. LEWIS  Johnson street.  .   CAMERONTOWN,  WHERE" THE PROPRIETOR, T. A. BARRY,  gives a general invitation to his friendsand ttw  public at .largo to: call.; and,; judgo for; themselves the.  merits of his Billiard Tables; also, the ChoiceBran^ of  his ;SEGARS;;and; "LIQUORS: ;: The" ��������� Archestra, -' which  consists.bf four-muslciari^i^First^ass;  ;:;10^j:  m  WHOLESALE AND -RETAIL' DEAL12RS. IS ALL:  ���������''::'���������-V,yy'-:-: ��������� -:';;-kinds'of"^ :���������'���������:'yyyy:-.  Victoria, V. I., March 27th,.I860..  JS^1- O wing to tlie crowded state of: our  >dtohold'0  important communications to ne^ttasu*  NEW AOVERTISEjVIENTS.  Kallcy;!  Old; Jack's AEvel  TTJST..BETURNED FROM BEING OX A BENDER!  O Fully prepared to Repair all BOOTS and SHOES  Cheap for Cash: He kindly invites ono and all, groat  and small, to give hiin a call.   , '  .; BARKi^RVli,LE-������next door to J. H Todd's.   ��������� 10  OTICE.  RS.E. BROOKS begs to rsquest those who are in-  dfibted'toherto CALL AND SETTLE THEIR AC-  column:, we are obliged to hold ^ver several i <**?*?-AT0N^E 80 a?i������-Prwen'- "* ������������U.er trouble  and expense.  Cameron ion, 25 th Jun?, IS 86*.  THIS IS TO CERTIFY that a little more than fourteen years ago, owing te a tovero fit'of sickness, I  lost nearly all my hair the erown of head becoming  quite bald, and has b������en so ever since until the past  summer, when hearing of tho marvellous success ef  W, D. Moses in several cases where itsocmed Jihhost  hopeless to.do so; on Williams Crock, Cariboo I was  induced to let him try his skill on me-^but without  faith ill his ability to rostoro my hair, it having been so  long out; but miraculous as it may appear, in three  months' time I was happily surprised to find a new  growth of ,hajr coming out,, which is daily becoming  stronger and thicker. To any ono requiring his professional services as above, I would merely say that he  possesses a skill and knowledge in restoring hair that I  havo never met with before. L������ B WHITE  Victoria, V. I., Feb.' 20th, 1866. '      14 *      CLOTHING-,  ;;;;;;;;,,;Boqf$;::'&-:sHpEs;:; :"iy  ^mining- ::mmi^y:UQ.:y  Beg to call the attention of Miners and others  to their full assortment of SUPERIOR GOODS  Which will bo sold  i  ���������to make room for a NEW STOCK- to arrive so soon as  tho Roads are open.  ���������J8& Liberal allowance will be made to  Restaurant and Hotel Keepers and the Trade,generally,  on largo orders.      ��������� ���������-; -A������������������  ������REIT  ATTIiAGTIOlSl  ::,������������������:':���������,":     I1YERY EVENING,   '���������-������������������"  AT THE  15-lin  FASffi:01.SAL  BARKERVILLE.  "GO'S-  LL LOVERS OF THE! TERPISCHOREAN ART. m  invited to call and enjoy themselves, when a new  welcome will be extended. Y ,;     ���������-:'������������������  W.'itchmaker,  ward.  Barkerville,  jesr Tho best of Wines,  and Good Order observed. _  1 ' MARTIN & COOK,  Liquors and Segars,  Prop1 re.  m%  he  Ion  iini  link  feh g^gggBSHHiiimgiUT Mmassgg  ii������mt  s*  IfloNDAY, JUNE 25, 1866.._     :  gggxk^vsag^gsjtiii^^  ,MASS;; MEETING-.   :;  mass meeting of the miners and residents  {Cariboo was held in front, of the Court  ise. at Richfield, on Saturday evening last,  notwithstanding the. uhp:ropitious state of  weather, which during:the:afternoon.'*was  jwery, a-large concourse of people���������per-  s the largest,thatbas,ever Jjeen convened  he Colony, anil* the lirst/that has ever met  ariboo���������assembled at the' appointed hour,  clock, p.-m. ..Considering.the shortness of  notice .it was surprising to observe; the  ber of;miners from the various camps: in  vicinity of Williams creek;'Lightning,  lice and Grouse creeks': were well repre-'  and altogether there could not have  less than from five to six hundred men  emV    . "'���������'/ '��������� . "���������;" ���������������������������'  meetingby acclamation appointed Mr.  liltbn to act as Chairman,.,and Mr, Hus-  oh'as Secretary:, :;;���������;.;,.;.:.;;;; ;;;/.: ;  e'Chairman in rising said, gentlemen hot  */much of a public speaker, I trust you  eicuse me from makin^a ���������speepji,,,: You  . well.aware of the. objecis .winch, have  ted  he  }S  all  loaches the ears of the Executive in the Council Halls of New "Westminster, and the wrongs  complained of arc redressed. [Cheers]  Mr. Towers, in seconding this resolution,  said, it is no personal feeling towards the Judge  that induces me to come before you, but simply a strong sense of duty to myself "and my  fellow citizens.   The laws of this country have  been trampled, on. in a most outrageous manner. .[Cheers.] ^Whenever grievances are such  that, the people.become dissatisfied and discontented; let .them come. put; openly; and boldly'  and demand their redress and they, will be sure  to get it.   I have lived in British Colonies before I ca'me'here, and have seen the laws carried out with as much integrity and justice as'  could be found in England itself.   Ttio grand  bulwark of tho'British Government is trial by  jury, free, speech and. free press, but when you  find all of these institutions disregarded and  treated with contempt by a Supreme Judge  wbat are you to "expect? ; (The speaker here  referred to the various cases which have been  tried befpre Judge Begbie since last March.)  And particularly the last case in which the  3/udge had expressed a disinclination to try it  himself; a jury of 48 men were summoned,  and 7,we're selected. .'.What was the result  when they gave in their verdict?    It didnot  suit.the views of the Judge, he sinks it and  comes forward  actually nothing to say. -lam one of the victims and stand victimized. Judge Begbie'  granted us ajury to try our. case, that jury  was sworn in and rendered their verdict, and'  I was satisfied they had done what was right:  Judge Begbio however came but two days afterwards with a sort of revelation,' he'sent- the  juryjs verdict overboard; and instead of giving us half the ground as"'suggested by the  jury he gives us just about a. quarter.    We  sturdy miner: in tlie act oftraising his pick are  are all very minutely brought out. Tlie inscription occupies the remaining: squares and  reads as follows:^���������"Presented to G.'W: Cox.  Ifeqidrer'Gbld'Conmissioner. bv the Miners of  Williams Creek.,'!Cariboo-, 1866" '"-The /work  was designeS and Executed, by 'Miv'E; Watson,  "Yates street/' Victoria,; to; whom' great' cred i t  is ddii ijor' the beauty of - its cxecii tioa? The  cane cost something- like '$250.' ��������� ; -; ! ; :'' "  lyou  ling  as a mediator.';' Does.kistory  oberetc-m^t^^  and bills; namely; to" take into' corisi- a Supreme. Court. Judge compromises his dig-  -   * *���������   "'-- ������������������-*:���������-���������-'��������� -'- ������������������- ������ ��������������������������� *   nity by-descending to become an arbitrator in  a suit/ One of the parties to thesuitin*question-proposed to have Mr. Commissioner Cox  act jointly, in the matter of arbitration,' liiit  the proposition was pointedly refused by his  honor Judge Begbie... . I would;ask this mect-  ingJs;Mr.-.Cox an honest and upright man?  [Loud cries of "yes/ yes-"]'-/Then why was  Judge Begbie afraid of him,' why did he not  perrai t hint ;to act jo in tly; with him in th is ar-  bitration?.' ^Voice���������:" Rogues are. afraid "of  honest men."] \The speaker after making sunr  dry other; remarks ��������� retired amid';a storm' of  cheers. ��������� ��������� X -   -  - v  The Resolution was then put to the meeting  by. the Chairman andxadopteti: with out" a des-  senting voice.':;/ .'yy ���������;..v\* :���������;;'/'" ;../":;;:."-;.; ���������  : "The second resolution,- as follows: ���������/���������    "���������: ;  ���������REeoiiVEp^'That this meeting;pledges itself tosujv  port tho Government in carrying but the Laws Iii their  integrity, and beg for an impartial'administration of  justice. To this end we desire the establishment of a  Court of Appoal, or the immediate removal of Mr. Justice Begbie, whose acts in setting aside1 tho Law has  as a friend between tlie. parties;: and lie certainly gave us a sample of his friendship. He  threw out our colored partners from any par-  ticipation'wh'atever in the ground, but these  "darkies" 6hall not suffer any loss by me, if  there is...only a dollar pomes- out they shall  have'their pro' rata "sharo.' '[Three cheers  were given for Mr. Laumeister.]   ..,   ..,.; v  The Secretary by-request of tho. meeting  then-read a leading article from the "British  Colonist," which had just arrived that, afternoon by Express, containing sentiments which  met with the.,unanimous approval of the  meeting..:      .,... . , ..   v    : .y  ������������������ : .-,        ��������� i  The Chairman then proposed that Messrs. j.  McLaren and Frank Laumeistbr be appointed  as a committee to wait upon His Excellency  the-Administrator of the Government with the  ^W������ptWW^WW  fink  torn  fad  m  .ehahd .  tion the administration b������ justice in British  mhia on the mining laws.  '1 do hot con-  it my. business to enter into details as  are other more able speakers';who ;will  ^sjhe subject fuU v. /Let me however ad--  . li to adopt constitutional and legitimate  s to accomplish your ends arid you have  to fear.   ��������� "A fair field arid no favor"  motto, arid let it be the moito of all.  these remarks I will introduce to you Mr.  ock who will propose the first respliitiori.  olv:ep���������'.'That in tho opinion of;this meeting the  isfration of .tho-Mining Laws by.Mr.. JusticBeg-  the Supremo Court is partial,, dictatorial,' and ar-  y, in setting aeide the verdict.of juries, and cal-  d to creat'o a feeling of distrust in.those who.have  Icriedress.thrpugh.'aCourtof Jusllce.'VV;;;;;    ;  .Burdock took the^etand and said, Chair-  knd gentlemen���������I am sorry;indeed to ,be  ''" on to propose this resolution, sorry that  % necessity should exist���������but as we have  ere to express our views on the subject  e administration \ of justice in ��������� this cpm-  tyi! I should be guilty of a dereliction of  uty as a member of the 'community did  ifrom the task; freedom of speech and  a of the press I am happy, to say We  which it is our peculiar privilege to en-  d in the exercise of 4hat privilege we  eet together and exchange our!views on  rious.greivanees that it may be. our mis-  e to suffer under, and by representation  gh petition seek redress from the proper  ! lv   We know that when the Parliament  ;land ever passed obnoxious or unjust  :tlie people by their;united voice make  elves heard and their wishes 'are jfprtli-  ' 3yed.    What are our '��������� grievances ? I  :y to enumerate them.   When our laws  ch that it takes the highest, talent.in tlie  l&j. interpret them, It Is certainly time  hould be altered; the: -more simplified  ws are and the easier they are to under-  the better will they be for governing  t was supposed:when a person came'in-  colonygot >his ��������� licehsej siakedVoffiiis  d,and recorded itj that .the; ground ^be^  his^ and if siicti ground w^s alio wed to re-  unrepresented and unrecordedfora cer-  ~xM, it became openfor the pre-embtionj  other^>erson and thai; person could hot  ogmzed as;a -if jumper-^iiieMy because'  k it up, such however had been: the rule  ately   It is true if a person felt himself  ^cd by the decision of ;a Gold Commis-  he had the .right to appeal to the Su-  Oourt,;and in that Court he might find  dress, but how is it that such a cW can  destroyed confidence and is driving labor, .capital and  enterprise out of the Colony." v     ..'.'       . I  Was proposed by Mr. John MacLaren,. who  rose and said, Chairman and gentlemen���������If  the^rc ' is: anything, more / than another . upon  which men disagree it is with: regard .to the'  different forms of Government. There is one  thing however-on which they all agree, and  that is,that it is the duty7of every Government  to protect the lives and property of the subject. In asking.for a Court of,Appeal it is  just, expedient and right. ; It is impossible in  the very nature of things to expect that such  a Court of Appeal as we now have can be as  accurate in its findings as where two or more  men sit to deliberate. I am not intimidated  at the action we are now taking. We know  that tho 'habeas corpus' and the bill of rights  still exist:j We know nothing can protect any  high official from being deposed. Even Lord  Westbury had to come down from the judicial  bench on an impeachment for peculation j riiade  by E!p por BritisU ^subj e.ei!,!���������' {This :;.commuhity>  nowever are willing to let bygones be bygones,  and will merely ask for the establishment of a  Court of Appeal.   -It Ij^p^g.'ibs'tMforta-  foregoing resolutions, which being put.Xo^the^  meetiag' iras' ^earrfeir^by' ^elf^CXionT^liie  meeting at the.sanietiriie pledging themselves  to defray, the expenses of the journey.  Three, cheers were "then given Tor: ...Judge  Cox, the "British Colonist," thevChairmaht the  Secretary,'' the il Caribo'o Sentinel," and the  Queen;- and thrpe I groans for Judge* Begliie.  The meeting then adjourned. A; ; ������������������ -v ���������  Throughout. Ilia whole proceedings there  prevailedthatspidt of good order and decorum which is peculiarity characteristic of men  of intelligence*: not a word .was:utte"red-"oran  action taken.that could be construed into any;  thing approaching! threats of intimidation or  force; the greatest harmony- and 'unanimity  existed on all the points brought before the  meeting, aod oh.the. whole the people of Cariboo have reason to be proud, of the orderly  character of the -first meeting ever held in- the.  District. .;':''>���������'  ��������� '��������� :'<v ;'. ;  ���������Immediately on the adjournment of the mass!  meeting the whole multitude; waited on bis1  honor fir. Commissioner Cox, at his residence;  for the purpose of presenting him with ari^elc-i  gantly' gold mpiinted walking carie;"as-a token  of the high respect and esteem entertained for  him as a just and upright administrater of the  laws, by the'mihers; of .Cariboo..: WW; ,;'.'  Mr. S. Booth, who was appointed by the:  committee, to wait on his Honor and make the  presentation, read the address of the miners  accompanying the gift, which ran;as follows:  "��������� Wii. Geo. Cox, Esquthe, Golo Commissioner,  &c.,' Williams ,Crkkk, Bkitisu CoLUiinu.  - "Sib,���������The miners of Cariboo beg leave to  express their continued. confidence in your  administration, of ��������� the Mining -Laws .in ;this  District,���������-all high handed efforts to set those  laws aside to the contrary notwithstanding.  ��������� "We therefore beg that you will accept the  accompanying present as a token'of our respect and esteem, and we ask that you will  take it as a mark of our appreciation; of your  determined efforts to.do substantial jnsticc in  all .cases tried before you.n '-���������--.���������:-  ; [Signed by 500 miners of Richfield, Bai?ker-  yilie,. ^Camerontown)%;Vaa Winkle^\ Lpwhee  Greekand Grouse Creek.Q���������!f" ':      -     ���������?��������� m  M." B. Begbie BsQuritE, Judge Supreme Court  ;',;BurTisn CoiuMBiA^yy ' y ��������� ;-y "y  '' 'WeVthe!' Grand 'Jurorsr of Our.'Sovereign  Lady the Queen;In and'for the district of Cariboo, during this termVbeg' leave to present: .  That we are' highly /; pleused to ,no tide "the  absenco of al 1:. crime in tliq district, whicli is  alike creditab!e to4b e intelligence ;o f tho in-  habitants, and Ithe prudciice arid energy of'  the resMent'Magjs^  Cox.;'';'.:'':':..-' .y< c y '���������.-������������������ ��������� ;,;���������'.,^  .  That th e Ilpspi tal" is in great; need! of, re -  pairsrblankets; and many; other necessaries.  (i\That the. Literary..Iustitiite is convenient,  conifortable and; useful.     !'   ; .' .L;   :- '  ;'That'the eonifort .and accpmniodation of  the Court House is amatter of, great impor-  and that'the courtesy of the'"Gold Cdmiuis- ���������  sipner.in .holding;conrt(jn his office during 1 ast  winter, should'.hpt..Jagain be: rendered-.heces-  sary, by the Government neglecting,to repair  the Court House; ., ,������. ,-; . .:'!\--.-: .-.������;..!  , That!a subsidy;:'5for; the erection >of a -Test-  Quartz Mill in ,this!dlstri.ct, would be a :mpre  permanent; benefit to this Colony than many  suVsidies'how'granted by the Government./  , .That the ehormous-expens'ei;nec'dless'���������delay  arid -useless fatigue which" are Ithe .attendants  of al 1 mining, suits vappealed from the( .Gold  Coriiuiissipner's. Court have become, a . just :  giieyarice, and\Vmatter^of. serious.- cpmplain t,  that litigants!��������� are .compelled t'o.!.ia'ttend /the  Court of .Chancery: "on circuit'! when the time  alio we dis not al ways| cpmmehsuratc, with tic  distance to be; travelled..;'. ��������� ���������;,.;, '.'.;V.. ';<: ���������. . - .  ,:, /That this comrmin'Uy, owing.to it^v. isplated  'position, the/pepuiiarity; of Its interests^and  especially. its.viiatipnal^ origin, has -!a. decided  preference for*/local trial by jury; anirl is/ extremely jealous ofCaliyerdicts/by/its peers,  and we most earnestly re commend that ail; appeals from the Gold .'Commissioner's Court,  would;be to/a jury- in^fiie. same Cpnrt."t \0y};.  ;::, That,: notwithstaudihg--ail jplausibilities:i to  the contrary,- this, community has.-.ati abiding  impression: that this has. been, and yet is, the  principaldistrict in the Colony^ ancf ihat:.its  petition to -the executive to: rbdiico the Vrice  of, law should have received seriptis c6ns'idera-  tiori,as being from the.principal_prpducers and  consumers in the Colony'. ���������   ��������� '��������������������������� '������������������ ''������������������ "-��������� '-':"'': "  / ''������������������;;"��������� john MacLaren; r" ^   ���������    ���������        '-'   -i ������������������ -'    Foreman.  :-'r   Grand Jury Rooms,- :  . |,      .. .,..    ..  Caribc^,RC.,Jnne^d,18pG::fv/ r:.;;>J?   ./  After which Mr ��������� Booth^in./a very abie.;and  hately thatthis country does not possess many eloquent speech>presented they cane; to! "His:  natural��������� attractions;to; keep men: -in ^t;iju1r^/Hb^bry :cbli^ :tnelwisH'  r of the >vliole comraunity : that: :lii3 career of  e thrown into a'Chancery Court������ The  telnof a Judge sitting on the bench in  ipreme Court and deciding a case and  ards m a Court of Chancery reversing  ecision can.only be looked upon Wool  g our judiciaiw into a farce. We? are  tat the one is law and the other justice  .VesZfr t0 Cal1 me������" from hS t*'  ft*' or W oth?r detent part of  my, to answer injunctions to prevent  ;om working their claims.   If C tve  Sl^rTin^h an ^stan^ arid  K^jw may be able to car-  S;!^ but if you have neither  nA0.Lfrie?d.s yqa are, to use a mining  al"   One of the  e English Govern-  rhu^r.   ^ jlu'F'   Al w^ed for your lifpm*  iuLm������n^ is :at st*ke wfioSetter  1 Judge on the subiect than a ,-��������� Jl?~*C?r  completely "froze out.    .VJie m Tnp  LllT. hymj.   If tried for your life or  One of the  ;rn-  !or  iter  )ur  3111  len  with tho crv fh^f'   ,Lct 70W voices re-  0 ���������...,mo.cly through yo.ur creeks and  i-,,,,, iul>Jcctthaaajai'Tbfvoii'r  oo������M ? ������an adrainister the law, b it  *ST������* facte-    Let.us all'  ther������n������?all'a. *ong pull, and  m  WSmi' aild Geil0 ai������l  ^ountafa toT0^������^ m0UT!tai11 Pl'ank U  op 0G the Eraser, until it said, Mr.  artificial means are employed to drive them'  out of it, then it becomes the duty of every  ;man to see ��������� that such (d sta'te ;6f things: be  brought to a close.., [Three cheers were given  for the speaker.]     >   :;.  Mr. Frank Perrott, in seconding this resolution said, This is the first meeting of; the kind  I have ever seen. 'In England there was no  occasion for holding indignation meetings for  the mal-administration of j ustice. The treatment which this community had received from  our'Chief Justice reminds me of the story of  a drunken father and his family, whose continued abuse and cruelty to them at last  aroused their resentment to such a point that  they determined on locking him, up. The  speaker concluded by saying that it was the  duty of every miner to attend the mass meeting and endeavor by united action to have  his grievances redressed. [Three cheers were-  given for Perrott.]  The Chairman having read the resolution to  the meeting it was unanimously adopted.  The following is the third Resolution:  Besolved���������"That a Committee of two persons bo ap-  poiutod to wait upon His Excellency tho Administrator  of the*Government with the foregoing resolutions, aud  earnestly impress upon him tbe immediate necessity of  carrying out tho wishes of the people."  Mr. George Murdoch in a few remarks pro  posed this resolution, which being seconded  by Mr. Thomas Simpson, and put by the Chairman to the meeting was unanimously adopted.  The meeting vociferously called for Mr.  c Laumeister,- who took the stand and  Chairman and gentlemen���������I have  ^usefulness.amongst iis might .be prolonged for  biany years,,and that his life .might T>6 crowned by happiness and prosperity. [Three  cheers were given for His Honor.] * ���������  ' /After the noise subsided Mr. Cox read the  following reply:  " GENWiEMEN.���������-I bog1 to thank, you most  sincerely for this.valuable testimonial���������valuable in itself���������rbut much more so in 'the eSti-'  mation of it as an expression of your esteein  and respect for me as,the Commissioner of this  District. Not that I required; any such token  to convince ine of it. Your approving opin-'  ion of my efforts at duty and service are not  unappreciated.   .  "In conclusion, I wish you all suceess and  a continuance of the mutual good feeling which  has hitherto existed betweenus.  << Yours faithfully,  ;         ������WM. GEO. COX.  "Cariboo, 23rd June, 1SGG."  The cane is made of Rosewood and beautir  fully polished. The head i3 composed of over  five ounces of Cariboo gold gracefully wrought  into an octagon shape, having a piece of polished gold bearing quartz inserted on the top.  On ono of the squares is elegantly engraved  the Coat of Arms of British Columbia as represented on the seal of the Colony; on the  reverse side is a representation of the various  modes of gold mining, on the left the mouth  of a tunnel can be seen, on the right an elevated water flume with hydraulic hose attached,  and in tho foreground a set of sluices with a  ;.. If  ?������^ The public will find it much to their  advantage to call at the 6tore formely occupied by S. Elsasser, Cameronton, and examine  the quality and prices of the large and well  assorted stock of general .merchandise ; consisting in parti viz:   Gents' Clothing j Boots,  Shops, .Liquors, Segars, and/Groceries,:;. Tho  whoie stock; must be closed oht;immediatelyy;.:  therefore goods aVe nowiselling iat j extremely ���������*./  low-prices.1-;:^,:.;.-;-!��������� --���������'���������'-'���������������������������';������������������ '���������y-m���������',;:yy.���������   ������������������; -���������-���������-;���������  :  Aerivals.���������^Mr. Harris?:^ex-Slayor/of ./Viotp-.  ria, arrived "here on. Thursday^ last ifrom Spy/;,  inKU>rrihft. jocte dnia^jer^ejvjm ;his ;glgy&&b&,,  the first vehicle of the kind that has ever ap-  ipeared on Williams-.crefek-;   Mr,;H...intends!-���������:  Temainihg here during : the ;summer, -havirig  entered into partnership; v/ith Mr. Toomey iii.  ,the butcher business.- -.,,; - ��������� *w.." ..,--,^..:  !\:@������*"We would call the attention, of those  having goods, or .other commodities to move  between the. different towns on the creek to  Mr. IT. C. Wilmott, who has a Horse and Dray  ready at tho shortest notice to execute any  orders he may be favored with, at very reasonable rates. -_.' . ,   .., . ;     ;'*���������  ���������Baix.���������A ball came off at Madame Lamon's:  Rich-field* on Saturday evening, which is said  to have been quite a gay affair and well attended by the youth and beauty of the creek.  fi^* We have to call the -attention' of our  readers to an able article on Judge Begbie73  recent decisions which appears in the weekly  "Colonist" of 12th inst.  Markets. ���������Prices continue as at former  quotations with the exception of nails 'and''  sugar, which retail at 37 cts. <$ lb. .  '@gr Two Chinamenw.erearrestedyesterday ^:  afternoon in Barkerville on a charge of robbing sluice boxes on Lowhee creek on Saturday night last.   -:      . ;. .  '   BIRTH.���������In Victoria, V. I., on the 8th inst., Mrs.   ���������  Richard Cameron-of .a daughter.  MARRIED.���������At New Westminster, on tho 13th  inst.. Mr. Jons S. Clo'te to Jennie, second daughter  of William Clarkson, Esq.  DIED.���������At the Cariboo Hospital, on the 20.������i iusfe������>  Duncan* McQcser, f-becl 23 years, a native of Huli&x,  Xova Scotia." THE CAEIBOO SENTINEL  fn=fT".jlW!ga=A.^5S5g  !scaii������a^.ya������tfu^^^  MONDAY; JWE 25, 18G6.  ��������� .-m**-!.* .������*������������������>>*.* \>  - I''.,.  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  '      ~' .'.*���������.-- ������������������-. _ ���������������. -      ���������-'.'..  : .���������  -0 .:.      grouse greek.   /   ...;-'-  -Theprospectsof this creek.are becoming  ���������more encouraging; oyer?..day, anfl it the rich  l?S.ki������4 which are reported continue to .be made  berfat presont.on that creek.. . Almos every  S that has been-: prospected & turning; out  ������������������ #3���������&S We is^no doubt that the croek.will  my for a considerate distance above and be-  owiwhere claims are; at, present; located?-  ' ' 'X Short Bend co'y, on ThuredaY last got as  liteh as $30 to tho pan,- and pn 'Friday $18 v  they washed up on Saturday 75 ounces, being  iheyresuU. of;tSreo hours', labor of one mm  iVickinff; the gold is very coarse, somo ot the  ;     eccs weighing from S30 to $40.^Tlie French  ^o'y, nextWining the-Discovery;c aim, got  7 ounces and,$12,to, one.pan:o dirt on Fn-  (iay last^ThelsVer do Well co'y gota.pros-  -4m'6t m to biie pan.of dirt last, week;' they  Vashcd up yesterday 50 ounces ;for the. two.  -S^rdaVfi- 'We:saw .one-piece which;  . >veighetL2J oimcesand ano.iuerbouncestaken  ���������out of-this claim, x ���������-.,-'   ..../:'..fv:, : .:      ;  ���������: ' %]ie'minihg news for tho^pasV^cck !< unusually dull owing in aygreatiraeasnre to the  . preliminary arrangements" for; the. working ot  claims, snch:as the erection of wheels, pumps,  .-etc.. not having been, quite^complotcd.. We  s-r hope-to be able soon to -give; a good account  -Ironvthis .creek.yyyyyy: yy^m^2i���������''������*:&i .  '" 'Thb-Simm^"c6,y.ftre.;-;rai8ing a-shaft,riom  C;their:dramaMwillvbe washing^ythe.ena  hi'tho'week���������Wide West.-co?y(are working  - lrdhvtwo shafts and? making about wages.-r  Tbe Happy go Lucky co'y, .have -jU3t struck  paV^rwarTlW^  ���������',-. luKh^rockjithey expect to do .well:when .they  .������������������uetiO.feet; further:,back:^MeLaren.co'y are  \m\ taking out good -pay-^c^^jry ^Ann  -'-aro now In; nearly 400 'feet;:and .begin;to  fiad a naieZ/nne, ;g61^We"il!|^t^aaiins  :   '}>et\voen; this- {point; and;the California/ ^o#y  'y'hwe- completed about 800 feei^qf tlieir^rain  ;i!um'c since Monday last, they have _o00 feet  '���������'"-*.xaore'lblafrthe iluraefis:;2i totvwde^nd 2  - feet deep-aha ^ will be a^greatr benefit ^to^e  -���������syeapectivc companies who willbe^na^lea to  . i w 6 vk their; claims ; during,. the; writer^;; ;tflie  ������������������hydraulic; and -ground: sluice -claims en ��������� the  clist b?h\i between .Richfield aud;;the canon,  iire all busy/but none have yet washed, up.  There are several companies on thc.west side  .-ofTue^crdek^makingasmuch ��������� as ;an: 4)unce a  day to the hand working, over and cleaning  up old ground:/4 The Burns Tunnel co;y are  Ktill hydraulicing::andv make fcufc: little pror  01,111 ,li>������Uiwu1.u������..C).������������������ .  gress vowing, to the hard nature of .the ground.  -���������Foster. Campbclicc/yhave got,: their, wheel  ,fi tar ted" and are bail i rig out thei r' shaft.-^-Rap-  ahannock co'y areiblastiog through 5 rim rock,  bad found good .prospects.-���������Aurora & Davis  -co'ys are working the; disputed^ground in  company; the former washed up'-:yesterday  129 ounces. and   tlie  latter , 159 .ounces.���������  The Watson-company erecting a/ hew wheel  ; -and hoisting gear.���������Wake up Jake have/finished b 1 asting the b ottom of shaft, will ;c6mm en c c  . drifting to morrow.���������The Camp co'y washed  ;up.for the week about 50 ounces.^-The Morning Star co'y had for the past week 40 oimcea.  ���������Cariboo co'y have just commenced drifting  >-dovv-n'stream to connect with the Lillooet who  are running the Bed Rock Drain.���������Lillooet  ..oo.:y0are.-no\y��������� witiiin 140 feet of the Cariboo  drift, washed'up on Saturday iTouhces;���������The  Caledonia. Never Sweat and Moffat co'ys are  not doing much at present.���������^Last Chance are  -making,about 20,ounces a day from the shaft.  ���������Tinker co'y are making wages.���������Raby co'y  ;:washed * np for week about 100; ounces.^-  ''Adams c^Jy;;took;Qut, for week 90 Maces:������������������  - With; one or'two exceptions the; claims below  *Oameronton;have not got into working������order  ���������::ypti:'" .'/;  '-.���������:������������������/;���������'-,;/:'--   ��������� ;' ���������  ;"-..'^:;';'"'-   ,;';''',���������''  /;:,;;.";    ", caxon,creek./- ���������'������������������  . Jir.'May who has been at work ..thorough., 'the  greater portion of the winter and spring, on  i he Bed Rock Flume j and is a shareholder in  the same, informs us that operations have  been suspended in the interim .awaiting in-  ; ^(.ructions;from the..shareholders -in/the .lower  v.o a n try as to the future , proceedings of the  ; -^company.: Those interested here contemplate  sinking a new shaft near the locality where  they had attempted to sink during the winter,  aii d only a wait the collection of; ��������� assessments  .^ufficib.nt to defray the expense. /Another call  has been made oh;the. company of 25 cents on  Vae share, which.it is supposed will cover the;  expense. :'/;:,;///;;'.,', .../; "-;.-.. //J ���������   '.''���������'���������  y- - ; ''"/���������"; .ANTLER CREEK ������������������';"..'.;/;-'���������.;���������./-���������/���������  ..; Th erei are ab out 120 Chinamen engaged /in  .tnining on this creek, a good many are hired  by;white men to work on their claims.    The  Boss and'Neii co'ys are doing: well.  '$������gr.:Owing to1 the, crowded state . of our  columns we are obliged to hold over several  important communications to next issue.  To the Editor op: tub " Cariboo Sextjxei;;'7  ' Sir,���������Permit me to ask the following questions through, your valuable paper.  \ First-^ilave we as colored men the right to  pre-iempt ground for mining purposes V  Second���������Have we any rights in common  with.white men ?  Third���������WThy were our interests taken from  us and given to white men ?        _ ���������..  I bought my interest, in the;Dav)8 co^y and  . -   ,.>-*������ /,aa ii--^-������A'.T. rArtourft/l   nne������  cent  ave  ruccivcu Hum ������***u ������* ��������� 'appro--**  priated to;pay my debts in..this colony,, but  just at the time I was about to" be rewarded,  I have been deprived 'of thai portion of tlie  Davis claim which would pay. I have taken  some pains to spread abroad the equality, we  as colored men had, in the laws in an English  colony, and am proud to say I have found no  difference until now. '   ��������� r' ���������  Poor Marshall lost Ins life coming to Cariboo to look after his small interest in the Davis  co'y, the only pittance be bad left after G.years  hard work in this colony, and tbe orilymeans of  support for his- family. ��������� His-wife and four  children are more in need of the money than  those to whom it was: given. There are ab but  fifty colored men; in and about Cariboo, the  greater portion of whomnre'miners,* and the  quicker we know our position in this colony  the .better 'for.ua. /:  * iii.. 1 t^: ;Kl ilL\11. '���������::��������� Colored AIixer. *'  / [We had hoped that discussion in this matter would have ceased with, the decision of tho  case, and were it not that we consider a great  injury has ibeeh* done to men whose rights  have been outraged, by the pne-sided decision given-bj������a .Siipreme Court Judge I in a  Bfitish*coloriy, "we should have let "the matter  drop.   It is unnecessary to state in answer to  "Colored Miner's" Orst and second questions,  that-the^mining laws of this colony-; make: no  distinction as to the color of a man's skin; the  laws have been, wisely, and judiciously,framed." A; It is only with the administration of them  that we take exception; the. laws may say  one" thing j' but the 'Chief Justice says'; another,  and we must grin and bear his 'ipse dixit1 having no other;-recourse left. '���������';' The 'Judge has  given as his reason for depriving "Colored  Miner" of his- claim/that it was an act;of wisdom and expediency", justified by the circumstance, of his "Colored -MinerJ8,?- knowledge of  the jump*,:which singular 'to; say;-although-it|  was not established to Jthc satisfaction of tho ���������  jury, was quite clear to the learned Judge.^-1  ;yyH1 y '������������������'���������:-::'��������������������������� CANADA^��������������������������� *y0^% -'0.;  : Ottawa, June 9.���������The Canadian Parliament  uhanimduslys passed a bill suspending th'e'ha-  beas corpus.>'A'court martial will be immediately convened to try Fenians. It is-believed inahy will be hung.      '���������������������������������������������'��������� -���������������������������-* ������������������  Chicago,;June 10:���������The Fenian ��������� failure is  made "more" complete from the fact "that ho  where in Canada has there been the least show  of sympathy,'Where -riots and uprisings were  cxpecte'd. ' The Canadian Parliament has assembled. The Governor's speech recommended the^ suspehsidn ef .the habeas corpus. Fenian prisoners held by the Canadian Government have not yet.been arraigned for trial.  B DIE  BROS-,        >  * WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN       '���������  IlQlftffiS,   GROCERIES,  ���������AND���������  QENERAU>.M5RPHANpiZE,/;  BARKERVILLE.  rg������.A fullfl������5ortment.or-.GBOCKiaKS and H. 44SJl?  Liquors always on .hand. -    '���������������������������������������������.  '   JAW ESP. 'f>:Yt^4r1  ���������;-��������� dkuo&ist;;;: ���������  ", ���������  ���������;: baSeerville,. .... -  TTAq ���������0\*STAKTLY ON HANI) tho chojeost BelccUon'  Tooth Brushes, Combs, Tooth Powders, Fancy Soups of  I?e ydescriplloD, -LiiVuls atiactt Ttow Watw. and,  otbe? Vcrfumcrlcs,- Garden,Sccd3, &c, &c.    Also  a  choice lot of No.;l-Havana Segars.   .   .;   .. :> -. . ��������� *?���������  $20 REWABD-LOS',  TN BARKERVILLE, ON THE EVENING OF SAT-  1 crday last, a WALLET.coiitalniDg money and notes.  Any one who will leave tho Kimc at the Wake up J.������ke  Bakery or at this ofBco.frill receive.tboa.bove^ieward;  The notes are drawn in favor of H. Murgeson.  Williams-Creek, June 18tb, 1SC6.  13  $30 REWARD,  LOST, BETWEEN 127 & 150 MILE POSTS, YALS  Waggon Road, a'box containing-Law Cooks ana  ������undry papers, addressed to me at Barkerville. i-wm  nay the above amount to any one who will deliver the  hooks to any of Barnard's Expressmen for me.  Dopssit^u^ ���������������;-t      A. R. ROBERTSON;-  ;-.'  .������������������...���������������������������������������������-' ��������� <���������'������������������������������������   ������������������> Barrister.  :   Richfield, 13th June, 1863    -:     ������������������ ,- ..-ig  PARLOR   SALOO  "-'���������'';���������"���������      ;: BARKERVILLE;;  :     MADAME   BEND1XEN  BEGS TO. ANNOUNCE TO ��������� HER  FRIENDS THAT  she has refitted this.well'known Saloon, where she  invites thcjpnblicitogivo her a call. ;:���������:..���������  jg������"Tl������e B<ir is stock������d��������� with'tho best of LIQU0R3  and. SEGARS that pah be. procured.    . . 15   .  |li^:the*;:Scpreme JGavitiifJ^fe.y. JHSticc of  ..   British Columbia.      '���������/'��������� "��������� y '^" ".'.  ".      IN   BANKRUPTCT. " ..[  riO-AT-'HM SALOpN,  yyyy': BARKERyriLLE, ,\.'���������..��������� .y  ���������;    JAMES LORING, Proprietor.-  ''  This First Class Saloon is now opon to the lovers of  -'���������; ��������� / y: Re Reviews.*. .". - - '������������������ , *  rpHE MEETING*, for tho Grant of the Certificate- of  1 Jeak Babtiste AiTHCR Reverb, a Bankrupt, which'  was adjourned by the Judge of County Court of. Britjsh  Columbia holden at Richfield,. for the consideration of  the Judgoof'the Supreme Court of Civil ^Justice of Brit-  ish Columbia, will bo holden beforo tlio Honorable Mat--  thew-Baillic Begbie, at the Court House, Richflejd, on  Friday next, the 29th day of June instant, at tbe hour  of eleven o'clock- in the forenoon." *  '   .. :"' -���������  -K- ������������������;j- ���������  . ���������-. '���������"���������.:"���������'     '; :���������";��������� joseph park; ��������� ;;  '���������'���������'-   ���������'������������������   ������ ���������-   .'������������������:     .������������������-'���������:��������� i"1 - Counsel for the Bankrupt.'''  -   Richflcld; Juno-C3r'd, -1806.:....;'..; :' -:'      .' .16' . ��������� j  BARNARD^   EXPRESS^  Reduction in the Prices of Express Freight*  N AND. AFTER THIS DATE the; rate for Express  'Parcels1 from Yale to Barkerville will be- '  .Parcels from 5 to 60.fts".*   ,       , 75 cts,: ^ ft';'4' \  .---do'--.-.-;do- 50..to-100.1^8.:..'_;-..   621-2 cts ^ Ife.-  ������������������ il Z;qo i':do vlOO Ifes. and over ������- 50 cts. V \%. .;-  ^���������yyy--'- 1 - ;> '-JOHN B. LOVELL, Agent.,;;  i:".-...;./:ti.-���������-'!���������:?'':���������:':  ��������� ���������;'>:.  .:���������"'-  "���������'��������� i :   'r Barkerville. ;  June :20th> 1866.;;-   -..-..'.���������.���������. ,:,.'.,-���������,:.;:.    . XU ."  .'EVERY    EVENING. >       ���������;'���������  First Class order will be preserved, and the proprietor  invites'his'friends and the public to give him a call. ���������  act- The BAR is stocked with the best of Liquors and  Segars.  12-lm  WILLIAM   SEWELL,    /  ' -y ���������' ;:- ',:': ^:;V:^N;^Ni^r"^^^';^ ".'"  BEG3 TO INFORM ins CUSTOMERS AND '.THE  pubUcigenerallv that he intends to mrnishtheia  BEEF OR MUTTON, so soon as packing is practicable  at their respective Claims on tho different-creeks, or  residences, at tbe Most Reasonable Rates.-   :mm  Van'Winkle June 11th,. .1866. :-.-. .11  BARKERVILLE,;  MISS THURBER &-MR. LAWLESS, Prop'rs  mills IIOUSE HAS BEEN NEWLy FirTEDU? ON  I' the Restaurant principle with a y.iew to the comfort,  of the public^ and will be conducted In a manner to  en^uro the Batiafaction'^of those who uro;disposed to  lavor the proprietors with .their patronage. 1  (-.-���������   WLeals at;all Hours.. Good Beds.  .&3* The Bar is furnished Cwith: ������he best solectlon of  Liquors and Segars.���������-��������� ���������.i���������,- V *v,��������� - .��������� ������������������-'���������>:' -va  : FOR-THE-: :..-.,:   '..^S.  :'FeNIANISM: IN VlCTORU'AND. KeW WeSTMTNS  TEii���������Groat excltern.ent seems to have prevailed  in Victoria and Now-' Westminster - respecting  a contemplated raid of Fenians from San Francisco. -a Precautionary measures bad been taken by the vessels of war and gunboats at Victoria, to'board- all vessels entering the barb or  of Esquimau or Victoria, even tbe. steamer  -Enterprise from New .Westminster had not  been exempt from a search."* The gunboat'  Forward- is stationed at. Cadboro. Bay, the  Alert is.lying off" Victoria harbor, the Scout  will be sent to. Nanaimo, the Sparrowhawk  to Eraser river mouth, while'the Sutlej will  crjiise in theStraits., Mr. Birch the: Admia^  istratbr'of the 'Government of British Columbia, had made application -to Admiral Den-  man for two ships of war. ' :A meeting had  been h eld i n i, No w.. Wes fcm i ns.ter -an d re solutions passed urging on the Government tho  adoption of instant measures for the defence  of the city %y the organization of an assistant  corps. Late accounts however state that all  excitement has ceased, as it was supposed the  late defeat of their allies in the attack on  Canadaj; had deterred the Fenians from making a descent on Vancouver island or British  Columbia.  ,-'���������  NEW:^ ^VEETISEMENTS;  Hallo!  Old lack's Alive I  TUST RETURNED FROM BEING ON A BENDER!  J  Fully prepared to Repair all BOOTS and SHOES  CHE4PF0R Cash, . He kindly iuvites one and all, great  and small, to give him a call. ;   t_  BARKERVILLE���������next door:to J. H Todd's.      15   ;  '"    gtige!      ..:.:  RS E BROOKS begs to request those who aro in-  xix debted to her to CALL AND SETTLE THEIR ACCOUNTS AT ONCE so as to prevent any furtber trouble  and expense.,;. .   .        ,..     -  Comewnton, 25lh Jun-. 1865. 1.9-lm  MosesvHair Invigorator. >;  TO. PREVENT BALDNESS, restore hair that has fallen oif or become thin, aud to cure effectually Scurf  or Dandruff. It will also relievo the Headache, and give  tho hair a darker aud glossy color, and tho free use of  itwill keep*both the skin and hair in a healthy state  Ladies will And the.Invigorator a great addition to toilet, both in consideration of the delicate and agreeable  perfume, and the great facility it affords in dressing the  hair, which, when-moist with it, can be dressed in any  required form; so as to preserve its plaoe, whether plaitt  or in curls: When used on children's heads, it lays the  foundation for a good head of hair.        . ���������  Prepared only by .. W. D. MOSES,  Barkerville, Williams Creek.  TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.  THIS IS TO. CERTIFY, that from somo cause or complaint of the head our hair commenced falling out  :so rapidly that wc.feared we should lose the whole. In  tins-condition we.went to W. I) MOSES, and strango to  relate; in three applications of his wonderful Hair P.cs-  torativo our hair became as strong as ever, and is now-  soft and lively. We make this certificate with pleasure,  believing it to be for the public good.  9  ?  AT  '.;..*    CAMBJRONtOWN,     ,. ,  -.,-  WHERE THE i PROPRIETOR,, T. A. BARRY,  gives a general Invitation- to his. friends and tji*  public at'large''to call and "judge for themselves tho  merits of his Billiard Tables; also, the Choice Brands or  bis SEGARS aud LIQUORS, The Orchestra, -which  consists oi four, musicians, is First Class..      10-atn  .0iiPPE#EEiME:R:^(3p,  Williams Creek, 1st July, 180&.  CARD OF ACKNOWLEDGMENT.      ;  0 MR. ������. W. MOSES: Sir,���������In the years 1860 and  18S1, from a long and severe illness, my hair became  very weak, and was falling off in a most fearful man-'  ncr, and I was In'dread of becoming entirely bald, when  I was recommended' by a lady residing on Fort street  to try your iNVJOOiiATOR.'- After a few applications by  yon, u lid at tor using three bottles of tho Invigorate^  my hair was restored and became as thick and strong  as it oyer it was before. ��������� ��������� -. ;MARY A, LEWIS,  ' '������������������ '���������',,''" Johnson street, j  Victoria, V. I., March 2Hb, 1866. ; ���������* - J  THIS IS TO CERTIFY that a little more than fourteen years ago, owing to a severe fit of sickness, I  lost nearly all my hair tho-drown of head becoming  quite bald, and has boeh so ever since. until -.the past  summer, when hearing of tho marvellous success ef  W, D. Moses in several cases where it seemed almost  hopeless to do so, on Williams Crook, Cariboo, I was  induced-to let him try his skill on me���������but without  faith ill bis ability to restore my hair, it having been so  long out; but miraculous as it may appear, in three  months' time I was happily surprised to find a new;  growth of hair coming out, which is daily becoming  stronger and thickor. To any ono requiring his .prolbs*  sional services as above, I would merely say that he  possesses a skill and knowledge in restoring hair that I  havo never met with before. . L. B. WHITE.  Victoria, V. I., .Feb. 20th, 1866. 14  WHOLESALE AN0 RETAIL DEAtERS IN ALL  'kinds-of;  SE6ASS,  Q^OyT^N  &   SHOES,    ;  3^ TOOLS, &9"  Beg to call Mito^  . ���������io.their full assortment of; SUPERIOR: GOODb  .    :which will bo sold-     -     % '\   :  to' make room for a" NEW STOCK to arrive '������*������sS  ...  the'Roads arc open. ;  V  ��������� .^Liberal allowance ^^g^ii?  -Restaurant and Hotel Keepers and the Trade g  ^  enlarge orders.  ;  it  T OST, A HUNTING--CASE GOLD WATCH,  JL/ on Wednesday, the 13th June, 1806, Any person  finding the same and leaving it with E. HODGENS,  Watchmaker, Barkerville, will receive the above reward.  ��������� ' 12-2 w  EVERY: EVENING,  ��������� I-' ��������� .V' :at'.thb!   ' -  fashi.o:n-sa:ioo^,  BARKERVILLE.'        ; ���������  A LLLOVERS OF >E ^^flw^^  A invited to call and enjoy themselves,  welcome will be extended;  m- Tbe host of Wines, Liquors, ana  and Good Order ������b3ervot1^ARTlN & COOK, W ^  '������������������-''���������J&i&i  :H5  i  Ani!  Car  [ousei  iu;to  iewe;  iowei  ips tl  Cari  o'do  io no  imbe  ..yi  |een l������  ireseri  The  Ful<  inson  The  eiag:  illej  & all  lied  the;  :erati(  6e  ideri  iere;i  pSCUS!  pseyc  leans  ibthiii  mi  RESO,  .dm'inii  in t  trary  lated  seek  ana  MM  cli's  eth<  yM  iihit  y-di  shrii  B:eed(  ioons  )y������a  SarriE  le vi  fbrtui  irou  mart  ifEa  laws,  iheras  rithi  rillt  ^resi  ^Qlpn  piey i  mrb  3tand  is. ..]  to the  jrpm  same  lain  fainp  )f an;  >ere  le to  iere:  ^S^s re  f^^^hen:'  fepect  theS  ^phatc  l|a������fvertii  I^P'Okl 1  Mis iti  l|#he c  ^S^hem  IS^have  Ml'10 an  iMpao-ne  ^Seven  ffll^le-  BK^tog  ^���������80U11'  ^Sgnlcl  lfflB.t0P t  ma 'jZ'jgjrsrii&B-v. rzj&Ti7?mvtemn^vjS!Lzw^  IVEASg   a ^n^vdbfibl^ ^-S������;^iii$Sis 'a^:nsia������|p������ft  ^aribbb��������������� was^tield iii front;bf [the;Court  nhse at Richfield/ o^Saiarda^^ning last^.  ^notwlthsiM^  L weather. ,:Wflicn:aur^  EwOTvi a- la^iicoacburse^of peoj)le^e^  the Colony? and; the" first;rtoat has ever met:  Carihbo^^  *o'elocfc, pfm. v Cbiisideringfthe shortness of  a notice- ifcwassui^  imber bf minersfrbni ^hevarfo  aR vicinity of Williams ��������� creek ;; Lightning,  fowheei and Grouse ct^ F^e'^^S^ejpre^  ehted and-altogether; there could not have  feeii lessi than from five to ;six hundred men  ircsent. ~..n,y,, ������������������-%'- y^^-m^vr^-y; .������?-,- ���������& ^r---.  r The meeting by acclamation/ appointed.Mr,.  tFulton to act as Chairman, and Mr. Hus-  Bnson ^B^^y:yyC0)^^ yy . 'my.P,  The Chairmaiun rising said,-gentteraen not  ieing much of a public speaker;J trust jyou;  >ill excuse me from; making^-speechVt.v ;Ybu  j.e q\\ well aware .ofihe^pbjects,:whicb:;;have  ilied us h������rei������-riig:n^^^is: plainly'^et;|Grth;  ti the haria/billsy namely, to-:tekeiin^o?c6n^.  jeratioa the adlninistrati  ider it my business to enter, jikto^details $$���������  here are otlier more able speakers;;wkojipi\t  Escussl^ subject fully. vLet me-howeyer ad:  Kseyou to adopt constitatioriaTafld legitimate  Lans ���������.tfr'accompUsh^^  lothing to fearX' ''Alairnelciandrop fayor?t  VmymbttoVand Jet it be^ips.mop):bf}Wl:F  ifito tneseremarksIIwiUriritr  jurdock who will propose the first resolutiqnv  1 REgoLVED^-^That intheopirilon^f." thisfme#ting the  Sdm'itiistrattonJot the^Iinirig &u^^^rf>Tustic Begi  lie in the Supreme Court isLpirtlai; ;^3icUitorial;;-and ar-;  litniry- in Betting aside'the; verdict #, jutite,; dna^rt^  Slated tb create a-feelinfe of distrust' in those who have  seek<redrcss through a Court of Justice^*;;;;;;;; i  Mr Burdock took the stand an& said,Chairman and gentlemen���������I am'sorry indeed to be  ailed bii-to propose; this: re|olution^pr>y tiiat  ich a necessity ^uldiexwt^rbfe  et here to express bur iviews < on the subject  f the administration of jjustice; in" this pom-  unity , I should be; guilty of; ^dereliction of  y duty as a member of the Community &i4  shrinkfromHhetask;freedomof speeWand  eedom of the press I,;am ^app^to^ayiare  ooHs which! it iB^our ,^c^ar prwilege Jo\fen^  byT and in the exerciseof MaX iprivilege' we  |an meet together and exchange our viewa on  ^e variousgreivaricesthatit maybe puMis^  fortune to suffer under, and by representation  hrpugh petition- seek-redress from^h^jroper  ���������uarter. We know that^heti the Parliament  fEnglandevjerpassed obnoxious or^unjiist  aws, the people by their united' ^voicei -malte;  ihemselyes heard and their-wishes::are ^rth-  ith obeyed.: vWbat, are!���������; bur,;grieyanijes ? -; I  ill try to - enumerate, them;=; IVhen pur laws  re such that it takes the highest- talent -in the  ���������olony tointerpret them, it>is:: oprtaihly tihie  -hey should be altered'���������;; the;y more ��������� simplified  mr laws are and the easier they -are to under-1  land tbe better will they ;be: for ^governing'  s. . It was supppsed;wheiiji person came in-;  the colony got bis license^. staked off: his  round,and recorded it, that ��������� the ground be-  ame his, and if suchAground;was ttllpwed to renin unrepresented and unrecorded;fora cer-  ain period, it became open for thepre^mptiori  f any other person and that:person could not  e recognized as a'." iumrjer,? mfirfilvWa,,^  ���������ecognized as a "jumper "merely because  \q took it up, sucbhpweyer bad been the rule  lere lately.   Itis true if a person felt Himseif  ^weygrbyih'e:deeisi^  Jioner he had the right to appeal to the Supreme Court, and in that Court he might find  his redress, but howisit;.that such a'casecari  ^icn be thrown into a'Chancery Court? The  spectacle of a Judge sitting on the bench in  |he Supreme Court and deciding a- case and  |Uerwards m a Court of Chancery reversinc  pat decision can only be looked upon as con-  iM??ig oui* Judi(^!aiT mto a- farce. . We are  old that the ono is law and the other justice  M not injustice to call men from Ce to  Itht. Jestnim8fcer������ or any other distant part of  Ithe colony, to answer injunctions to p?even  h nfm fro^TorkinS ^ir claims.   If you are  .^.n^ly poor in such an instance and  have fnends that can assist you with the means  to answer these calls,youmay be abtetoSr^"  reaches tbe ears of the Executive in tlieCoun-  cit Halls of New "Westminster, and the wrongs  cpmpiained'of are redressed. [Cheers]  K;Mr. Towers, in seconding .this resolution,  said,it is no personal feeling towards the Judge  that induces me to come beibre you, but simply a strong sense of duty to myself and my  fellow citizens,'   The laws of this country have  been trampled on in a jriost outrageous man:  neiK. [Cheers,] .^Vhcnever grievances are such  .that the people become dissatisfied and discontented, let them come out openly and boldly  and demand their, redress and they will be sure  |6 get it.   I have lived in British Colonies be-  'fore I came here, and have seen the laws carried out with:.as.mucb; integrity.and justice as  could be fonnd i n; England itself.   The grand  bulwark of the British "Government is trial by  jury, free speech.and free press, butwben you  find all of these institutions disregarded and  treated with contempt by a Suprem6: Judge  what are you to expect?    (The speaker;here  referred to the'various cases which have been  tried before Judge Begbie since last March.)  Arid particularly the last case in which the  tfadgehad -expressed a disiiiclinatiori to try it  himself; a jury of 48 men were summoned,  and 7 were selected.    What was tho result  ^wheri they gave in ;their verdict?    It did riot  suit:the views of the, Judge, he sinks it and  comes forward as a mediator.    Does history1  point to rny other instance of the kind where  a Supreme. Court Judge .compromises his dignify by descending to become an arbitrator iri  arsuit. - One of the parties to the suit in question proposed tb teTe''Mr:^trarrrii^oiiereox  act "jointly in' the; matter of arbitration; but  tbeproposition was pointedly refused by his  honor Judge Begbie.   I would ask' this meet-  iiig'is Mr. Cox an honest and upright man?  [Loud cries of uyes, yes."] \ Then why was  ^udge Begbie afraid^of -bi m, - why did he not  ���������permit him to act jointly with him in this ar-  bitratioh?   ;[Voice~".Rogues are afraid of  'bonestmen.'f]. The: speaker^after'making suri-  dry; other ��������� remarks retired arriid a I storm of  :'cheers.:- ������������������.������������������'������������������ -      yy ���������'"���������" '.'-.-' ;������"  y;J^The Hesolutiori wvks then ��������� pn t to the meeting  by-the Chairman and adopted without a des-  seritingjyoice.;. ���������    '��������� ���������' [Xy $������������������;.    y l.  ;?4?The iecprid resolution, as follows:".: =. ���������, \  }y Rebolveo���������<;That this meeting, pledges itself to sup-  .port the .Government in carrj'ing out the Laws in their  integrity, and beg Tor-.an, impartial administration-of  justice. To this end we desire the. establishment, of a  XJourt of Appeal, or the immediate removal of 'Mr. Justice Begbie, whose acts in setting aside thel������aw has  destroyod confidence aud is;drtving labor,- capital aud  enterprise out of. the Colony>"     ....  .'.���������.'.  ..TVas proposed by. Mr,. John. MacLaren, who  Tose arid' said, ��������� Chairman and gentlemen���������If  'there is' anything more than another ��������� upon  which men disagree it' is with;- regard to the  different forms pf���������Government.. There Ls.one  thing however on which they all agree, and  that is,that it is the duty of every Government  tpprotect the lives and property of the sub:  ject. In asking for a Court of. Appeal it is  just, expedient and right. .. It is impossible in  theyery nature of things to; expect that such  aiCpurt of Appeal as we now: have-can be as  accurate in its findings as.where two or more  men sit to deliberate. I am not intimidated  at the action wrc are now taking. We know  that the/habeas corpus' and the bill of rights  still' exist We know rib thing can protect any  high official from bcihg.;o,cposed.' Even Lord  Westbury had to come down from the judicial  bench on an impeachment for peculation, made  by a poor British .subject. This community  bpwever are willing to let bygones be bygones,  aiittAvill merely aslt for the establishment of a  Court of Appeal. %It happens most unfortunately that this country does not possess many  natural attractions to k&ep; men:;in 'it; but ��������� if;  artificial means; are employed ;to driye. ���������;thern^  out;of it, then it; becomes the duty of'every.  vic-  Begbie  actually nothing, to say. I am one of the  tims aud stand ������������������victimized,  granted us & jury to try bur case/'that jury  was sworn in and rendered their verdict, and  I was satisfied they had done what was right.  Judge Begbie however came out two days afterwards with a sort of revelation, he sent'the  jurjf's verdict overboard, and instead of giving us half the ground as suggested by the  jury. he gives us just about a quarter. We  were, advised by pur counsel, who is. an honorable gentleman, that the Jud^e would decide  as a friend'between the parties, and he cer-  ticipation whatever in the ground, but these  "darkies" shall not suffer, any loss by. mej if  there is only a dollar comes1-out they shall  have their pro , rata share; [Three cheers  were .given for Mr. Laumeister.] [ "������������������'  The Secretary by! request of tJie meeting  then read a leading article from tlie. ."Britten  Colonist," which had just arrived that afternoon by Express,' containing sentiirients which  met with the unanimous approval of the  meeting.  The Chairman then proposed that Messrs J.  McLaren and Frank Laumeistsr.be appointed  as a committee;to wait upon His Excellency  the- Adririnistrator of the Government with the  foregoing resolutions, which being put to the  meetings was carried by acclamation. -The  meeting at the same time pledging themselves  to "defray the expenses of the: journey.'*: ?"'  Three cheers.;we're:then given for Judire  sturdy miner in the act of raising his pick are  are all very minutely brought out The inscription occupies the remaining squares and  reads as follows:���������"Presented to G. Wi Cox,  Esquire, Gold Commissioner,1 by the.Miners of  Wiiliams.Creek,'Cariboo, 186G> The work  was^designed arid executed by Mr.-E- Watson,  Yates street, 'Victoria, to whom great- credit  is due for the beauty of it3 execution. > Tho  cane cost something like $250. :���������-:'.  ;:���������::,.:  .;- ������������������'   .GRAND JURY EFFORT:"   : -?  M.B. Begbie Esquire, Judge SorRE^: Court  Vj 'We; the Grand Jurors' of ��������� 0ar < Sovereign  ta'dy the Queen in and for the district of Cari-  libo .during this term, beg leave to presen't:  That we are uighly pleased' to notice the  absence of, all -.'crime in the district^ which is  alike creditable^ the intelligence of the inhabitants, arid Ithe prudence and energy of  tho ' rf������������rirlf>rit.   MilfrifitrahV    Mr    ^nmmiscinnni.  Coxi -the-^-Britlsh Ooianis.t,:7-the..Ghairnia.n \ tho;. the Coiirt J^usei^V,!,."^  Secretary,, the ".Cariboo. Sentinel,^, abd the  Queen,. and three groans for Jiidge*Begbie.  The meeting then adjourned.-: :'.Vv  .Throughout"the(whole proceedings :there  prevailed that spirit of good orderand deco;  rum which is peculiarily characteristic of men  of intelligence;' riot a'word-was uttered or an  action taken that could be construed into..any^  tliirig .approaching threats of intimidation or  force; the greatest harmony and unanimity  existed on all the. points:.brought before the  meeting, and on the whole the people of Cariboo have reason to be proud of the orderly  character of the.first meeting;ever held in the1  District., '"   '".''.:'''   .    .    - -1  :���������  cprnmu  _  usefulness amongst Jus might bpprplprigedfor  man ta;,jee_that sucb a state of things be many years,: and that bis iife might be crowri-  brougbt to;ra^ose.r  [Tbre^cbeers' were givenv "-"* *>v:- ���������"-^-������**?*s^^������������w??4������w3Smov?$.^-    r"Vh-^n  for tiie;speaker.] ,  '���������',��������� -if- -J' m'������������������'.';-*   4. '���������:']'  . Mr. Frank Ferrbttj in seconding this resolution said, This is the first meeting of the kind  C^is.trial by *������yv   I? tried for you7life or  at stake who is fa  fcmate'%imSr^n~^^. .^tus all then  tato^������^f^^^ ^d a pull  N hivTL comn ab\ of   f ������������** Sri^es  NundwihSx ^      ^tyour voices re-  gulche^ndt creeks ^d  t0P to mounf^n fr^n   r0t,ohoJrom ^untain  ountain tDP on the Eraser, nntii ;*.  r, until it  I have ever seen; In England there was no  occasion for holding indignation meetings for  the mal-adiiiriistration of justice. The treatment which this community had received from  our Chief Justice reminds me.of-the-story of  a drunken father and his family, whoses continued abuse and cruelty ,:to them at last  aroused their resentment to sucb a point; that  they determined on locking bim up. The  speaker concluded by saying that it was the  duty of every miner to attend the mass meeting and endeavor by.. united action, to. have  his grievances redressed. [Three cheers were  given for Perrott.]  The Chairman having read tbe resolution to  the meeting;it was unanimously adopted,;.;;  The following is the third Resolution:  Kesolved���������"That a Committee of two persons bo appointed to wait upon His Excellency the Administrator  of the Government with the foregoing resolutions, and  earnestly impress upon him the immediate necessity of  carrying out the wi3hos of the people.������'' -'  .Mr. George Murdoch in a few remarks pro  posed this resolution, which being seconded  by Mr. Thomas Simpson, and put by the Chairman to. the meeting was unanimously adopted;  The meeting vociferously called for Mr.  Frank Laumeister, who took the stand aud  said, Mr. Chairman and gentlemen���������I have  Immediately on the adjournment of the masa  meetings the whole multitude waited on his  honor Mr. Commissioner Cpx, at his residenpe,  for the piirpose-of presenting him with an elegantly gold mounted walking cane, as a token  of the high respect and esteem-ente'rtairied for  him as.a jiist and'-tipnglit'ud-mimBtra'fer of the  laws; by the miners of Cariboo.'    >: '    .;������������������;: ���������;; 'i  Mr. 8. Booth,, who was appointeid by the  committee: to wait on bis.Honor and make the  presentation, read the address of the miners  accompanying the gift, which ran?as follows;:  .^.Wm. Geo.. Cos, E^quire,,Gold Commissioner,  &c.., Willums Creek,; British Columbia:  ������ SiR,-r-The miners of Cariboo beg leave' to  express ..their continued'1 confidence in your  administration ,of the-Mining Laws in this  District,���������rail high handed efforts to set those  laws aside to the contrary notwithstanding.   .  " ^*e therefore beg that you will accept the  accompanying present as'a token of our respect and esteem, and we ask that you will  take it as a mark of our appreciatipU:;of your  determined efforts to do substantial jnstice in  all cases tried before you/v ��������� :        >��������� .  [Signed by 500 miners of Richfield, Barkerville, Camerontowri, Van Winkle^ Lowhee;  Creek and Grouse Creek.]   ..-   <...   '.'.-'.:  After which Mr. JBooth in a very able and  eloquent speech presented the cane to: His  Honor, concluding;hisjremarks,with the;;wisb  of the whole: ^community .that: his 'i career, of  ree  ^ >^y lia^irie^ff^-aridy prosperityv  cheersweregivenforHis Ilpnpr^];  -":. After the noise subsided Mr. Cox read;the  following"replv:;W;-v' : : ^  -.;    -      m'X ��������� ;;���������  ��������� *f:GENTLEME:Nir--I: beg; to thank you .'most  sincerely for this valuable testimoriial���������valu-  able in itself���������but much more so in the estimation of it as an expression of your esteem  and respect for me as the Commissiorier of this  District. Not that I required any such token  to convince me of.it. Your approving opin-  ion of my efforts at duty and service are not  unappreciated.  : "In conclusion, I wish you all success and  a continuance of the mutual good feeling which  has hitherto existed between us.  " Yours faithfully,       ���������  '   "WM. GEO. COX.  .. "Caribo6,'23rd June, 18GG." .....;:; ; .;:; J  The cane is niade of Rosewood and beautifully polished.,; The head is composed of over  five ounces of Cariboo gold gracefully wrought  into an octagon shape, having a piece of polished gold bearing quartz inserted on the top.  On one pf the squares is elegantly engraved  the Coat of Arms of British Columbia as represented on the seal of the Colony; on,the  reverse side is a representation of the various  modes of gold mining, on the left the month  of a tunnel can be seen, on the right an elevated water flume with hydraulic hose attached,  and in the foreground a set of sluices with a  the' resident Magistrate,' Mr. Commissioner  Cox. :        yy^y :..   ������������������"- ;���������:;" :; ���������-���������; "  That the Hospital is in great need of: repairs, blankets and many other necessaries.  ��������� That the'Literary Institute is'cbuveriient,  'comfortable and useful. ��������� ;' ; s- '������������������;-������������������ .  : That the : comfort arid accommodation of  the Court House is a matter: of groat v. importance to all residents especially in the wiriter;  and that the courtesy '/of the Gold Commissioner in holding conrt i ri his office during Iast  winter,'should riot; again be- rendered necessary, by the Government neglecting to repair  ' That a subsidy; for; the .'erection of' a; Test '������������������  Quartz Mill in this district, would;! be! a',' more  perinanent benefit to this'Colony tlian;many  subsidies'now granted by.the Goveriiine^t.  .; That the ;enprniQus; expense, heedless;��������� delay  and useless fatigue; which. are3 the-'attendan us  of'alt mining^  Cbriimissioner's;; Court;have;.become^a' just  'grieyatice arid matter. oi serious; .complaint,:  that .litigarits are compelled ' to :;'atterid;; Uie  Court of Chancery "on circuit" "when the tjme  allowed is iibt ^1 ways.cominensurate' with' tl e  distance:to beliiayelled.:;; ; ;;.;;   .;X y 'yy  That this. Community;. owing to 'its^ isolated :.  positipn; the; peculiarity of :its:! interests '-and  especially ife riationai origin,, has;a 'decided .  preference. for - local trial by. jury arid js'; cx-  treiriely jealous1 of all verdicts by 'its' peers,  arid we mpst earnestly recomirierid.that a\\ ap-  peals from' the*:"Gold .Commissiorier's'Court  would bc'to. a jnry in ,the satrie Court  ;.: Tliat, -riptwithstandin^ /aU:plAUsih&ltie8-->'tb  :the .cphtrary5..this-'coriim ari; abiding  .impressiori .that|thi.8.has; been, and:.yet;,is> the .  priricipaldistrictin;::the; Colony, arid;that.;its  petition'to the executive to reduce, the'price  :of.law should havereceivedscriousconsidera-  tionjas being from the principal producers-and  consumers in:the Celohy."������������������:������������������ ��������� '������'U ��������� ������������������ ��������� ��������� ��������� -i' ��������� ���������:> y-::\r  ���������U   ���������     y-yy.   .-,?* ;JOHNJMacLAREN-;;  ��������� y\-\ -������������������> ���������������������������"���������:������������������..   :;'-.'v.' -.; ���������    ^...���������: Fdreman.  ���������   ���������   Grand Jury Rooms,      - V y "��������� - - -*  Cariboo, B.C., Jurie22d; 18GG,);  ������������������ J3t* "The public will flnd:'itmuch tXo., their  advantage to ealU'at the store formely occupied by S. Elsa.sser,Cameronton, and examine ,  the quality, and prices of the, large and well  assorted stock of general merchandise ; consisting in part, viz:. Gents^ Clothing, Boots,  Shoes, Liquors, Segars and Groceries. # The  -whole stock must be closed out immediately,  therefore goods are now selling at extremely  low pricesv:' :,; ������������������...'.        '������������������' \;;. ���������  ''���������   Arrival .���������Mr. Harris, ex-May or-of Victoria, arrived here on Thursday last from Seymour, he rode into the creek in his gig, being  the first vehicle of the kind that has ever ap-  peared: on William^ creek.^; Mr.rH.fintends  remaining here a^ririgvth& snmineri: having,  entered into'partnership^;with;Mr.Tooniey iiiy  ���������to butcher .business^ ^^^.���������^ yjv, l ������������������ l' .  ��������� I;^^ "We would call. the .attentipri of; those.;;,  haying goods or other,; commodities..to:���������moye  between the different towns on.:thescreek;to;  lit. H. C. Wilmott,;who has a'Hbrse ondDray  ready at the shortest jnb ti ce ^ to execute any,  orders he may be.:favored with, at very reasonable rates.. ���������;;���������."-:;���������,,.;-:-���������:,���������,..-*���������  Ball.���������A ball came off at Madame Lamon's'  Richfield, on Saturday cvenirigj which is 'said  to.have been quite a gay affair and well attended by the youth and beauty of the creek.  \g88* We have to call the attention of pur  readers to an able article on Judge' Begbie's  recent decisions which appears in the weekly  "Colonist" of 12th inst. ;     , ';     ':  Markets.���������Prices continue as: at former  quotations with-tho exception of ;nails and  sugar, which retail at 37 cts. ^ lb;  pfB*' TwoChinainen were arrested yesterday  afternoon in Barkerville on a charge, of rob-  bing sluice boxes on Lowhee creek on Saturday night last   ::>;���������; ��������� i-: ;' '"���������;'..- ;���������'  BIRTH.���������Iu Victoria, V. I., on theSth insfc., Mrs.  Richard Cameron, of a daughter.  MARRIED.���������Afc Now Westminster, on tho 13th  Inst., Mr. John S. Clote to Jessie, second daughter  of William Clarksoh, Esq.  ;    DIED ���������At the Cariboo Hospi tal, on the 20th inetm  Duscan.McQpee::, aged38 years, a native of Halifrx,  Nova Scotia.  ... -\\>^.������fcrt.%-^4��������� ���������!M������*i.*"&'*������linJ *?, -,������J 3BS  CANON CREEK.  We have been permitted to make an extract  from a private letter from Quesnelniouth respecting the new diggings,on Canon creek,  it says: "Hickson, Shepperd.and McLeese just  arrived from a, prospecting trip on Canon  creek; and they bring back a first rate account  of the country.; The. water was so high in the  creek that it was impossible for them to prospect it, so they tried the-benches. The first  bench tried was12 feet above the level of the  creek  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  NOTICE;  .    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT  THE POST   OFFIC E  " '���������' will, until further notice, be kept at tho  ; LIBRARY:ik CAMERONTOWN,;;  COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  QUESNELMOUTH,  P. L. JOHNSON, Proprietor,  Meals at all hours, arid Cooking of the best  description^ 's- ���������  '.;;:   '   ���������     :    CA3V1ERONTOWN, -;   "  C. FULTON, PioPRiETpR.  There is no distillery kfcpt in thisestablishment,  arid strychnine and rot-gut find no placo here:   % 2  CALIFORNIA    SALOON,  .:.:    ���������*;- RICHFIELDV  PATRICK: KlkW!NrPROP^   (  Best Billiard Table on the Creek;.the Liquors  '���������.   ���������:;���������- and Cigars areof tho finest quality. - -\ : 9 v ;  k | they brought-a ditch in and ground  and Mr. JOHN BOWRON.will he the Actjng Postmaster  . ed up $73-1 weighed it;here-myself.    The|l8f^^^cJ, -, .-Itf>      X'1:  .    amount does not seem much,; but considering  the obstacles, they had;to contend -with: I think  Itis first rate.:; It took them five, days tp sluke  :;:���������. and wash up the above. :;They, had but one  ; shovel and one piek,: having lost some of-their  : tools;on������the way up, and had tp use two oId  ;.', leaky sluice boxes, through which a good deal  ?of, fine dust got losty. Shepperd; showed; me  a prospect of 50 cents to a pari which he got  ..   in another place..-.* All the gold is inoreor less  mixed with quartz., : Bob McLeese found one  piece of quartz that weighed about two pounds  which ia perfectly fimpregnated;.with. go>ld.  They are ail going j back; again immediately.  ;They-.represent the;pountry as being extensive.  ���������   Enclosed, you; will, find; a sample oif s the gold.?  : -: ���������   [We have seen the ,aampje t alluded to, and  judging fr������m its dark color we would-be in-  . clined to think that it will assay well.���������33b.];  .. While Dr. and Mrs^DeWolfe were' put proine-  riadirig^briereyeriirig,' and "setting an example?  '.: to: the, rising generation, a crowd of ragged  ':* arid:uriappreciatiye:urchins on the corner of  . 'Hyde: arid-Vanejp.;streets set iip: the cry .of  .���������.;:"there'goes 'the woman iu man's..clothes,''  :.which so annoyed, the male Dr. Wolfe; that' he  V resolved, to give chase !tb one of. the largest of  . the, urchins, and witKihat vie w le.t.gb: the arm  ' of 0e iemale Dr):Wolie and .bounded 'after  .:', the young scapergrace like a cat after arouse.  . : After moving about oO.yard^ theDbctor's pins  i3ew but from underJnm and he rolled inglo-  , tiouslyln the. dust,* muchto .the^amusement of  (-thelbystanders and/greatly to: thb'.chagrin of  ' "the Doctor.: Shaking the dust from his clothes  ;; the; heroic, :dress" .reformer joined his better  . Jialf .and. contmue^;nte"pr^ Tiilly :corir  .vineed thatifpublic opinion!' had gpt the best  '���������'"}. Af vk;vU +Kof itmn --'"c i?J*-Rtti!c.*tn v y-' J '.'���������'"'):..  ���������;',    ��������������������������� QUESNELMOUTH,     ��������� '  ';"-��������� BROWN & GILLIS, Proprietors.  Good Beds; Restaurant; Billiard Table,  Stabling for Horses, Hay and Oats. ���������'���������    I  &C.  GIROD & GUICHON,  Old Established General ' Store, .,.  PROVISIONS, WHOLESALE &  COMMIS-  ...   SION MERCHANTS, .;.'-. i \ t  Storage, <5cc.-^Terrns most Moderate.  QUESNELMOUTH.. ..-.-  S  , ROAD SIDE HOUSES,' &c.  :    -:.-;     GOVERNMENT STREET, Ylf^U    *  XHPLEs;ale^i)!R^Aii  ; J. H TURNER & CO    "'  '. .   '.������   IMPORTERS OP, ''  English &,French Silks; Shawls' 'tiL ',  vderdotuing,;iGloves,,and: wc^'sSg^B  ........... .-,./. y.   Drapery .Goods. ;     criP[i������i*|  Receive regular supplies by Express v<n *    ,  by sailing vessels via Cape -Honi Vi? P^^  ��������� m-particular attention giveo to all cr<W  - London Firm~J. P. Tukbtau & Co.:     N<  y.'-y ^;';;;.K^LISHED 1858V  W^BIAM ZELNER? dealer; in DROr, ���������  , ..: ciNEs- and Chemicals, Fancy and S'X  Sponges, Brushes, Perfumery, &c. ' p 2^  scriptlons carefully compoundoQ- ani-nrdVn,l  with care and dispatch. Victoria 'Vi'-I,' ���������    ^  vRichkibld;  >  BOYD & HEALTH, Proprietors,  THIS HOUSE is situated 26 miles from Quesncimoulh:  The proprietors having' lately fitted up ��������� bedrooms  and ,good Beds are now prepared to atTord every accom  modatlon for Travellers; the Table Is furn ished with all  the luxuries that can bo procurod; tho Bar. Is well supplied with the best brands of Liquors and Segars: good  Stabling, Hay,- Oats arid Barley. Q������* The;CHEAPEST  Hou8ebntheRoad. ���������      ���������   ���������   ,    ���������   ���������'.'*- :   >; -:   l-s:i  - . TATTRICK'S^CORNEu;  T   B. ROBERTSON, Wine andSt^v  Oi chantrrictoria,V,I.'  .    ;. tt^PPmtK>  B.OOTS! BOOTSlT  t ''&& ^A^^^-^^SwBwesr'tti  1 and keep your feet so dry?.   Because IS i  Charity and'.Butler, Guvernmeut Street  *:��������� Merchants[iisp Dealbrsw ..."  PROYISIONSi; CLOTHING^ LIQUORS, &c.  aO  X I'  Cplpiiial:H6tel'9! Soda Creek  :' r ��������� McLEESE &;SENNY,. Proprietors, ���������. I  THE PUBLIC' ARE .INYTTED TO CALL  AT' THIS  . House.. There.is*-Qood Meals; Good ^eds; Stabling  for Horses; Barley, Oats and Hay. ?  1-s  of him that time.~S, F. ^Bulletin.'  jp^yA. baby.was bornl in��������� Petersburg,'Va.,"  ;tlie.other'day, with^he^;exacti^impressibn of ;a  two cent U. S. revenue ��������� s^mp; on bis rfdreheaSi  \An exchange^ says; the mother must^ave.been  chased'by a government:tax^co'Hect6r..: '��������� ���������";'; '"  ������������������m-j&&~: An Jinpatient boy, waiting for the grist  ;;said to; the miller, " I could: eat; the meal; as  fast as the mill grinds it.^ ; }J.fHow long could  you: do}&bV7\'inquired the miller.    "Till;I,  starved to death," was the sarcastic reply,   j  WAKE   UP  'JAKE v  The Steamer\ Enterprise''?  ;;. y\ Will'leaVe SOTA;CKEEK     .     H  MONDAY &THbRSDAXM^ ,;  .   ';],.*��������� y    y>'\r AT DAYLIGHT;- ":'.���������, -U.:-.      -.r--  : y.   :        wiUleave QUEfeNEL  WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNINGS,  -.-:--��������� ;..?,:r .:-:;AT6 O'CLOCK,;; 2 ;^. ;   .'i      ���������  .Connecting, at Soda Croek with Barnard's Stagfs on*  1 r. > jWcdhesdayJs trip down and Thursday's trip up. ;  ��������� :20������. Freight' to ^esnel^ijet^^lb,: "-"���������".���������  Steamer.'Enterprise,')   .:       -���������;.:,.: /  ���������  <  ���������;;-May 21st, ;i8G6.v^;j :���������;..;-..r ���������;��������� yyyii y,- ��������� ���������_ &,'  .LILLOOET^ADyERTISEMENTS. ,  LILl-bOET    MILLS;  ?  ;���������   ;.'   ��������� AND  CH   !���������  Bafkeryille, B������'.C.V. '���������  KELLY &TATERSON^Pkopiiietors. ���������  Every thing is done in connection- with; this establish  men t to give satisfaction to the customers. !'- :  jC������*Meals at:all hours.-   ���������*- - r      ': ' \  Xy,  HIT   OR   MISS^  gaker^^  Breid, Pies and Cakes constantly; oii hand'.  In the County Court of British r Columbia  2' "������������������'.'���������        Holden at Richfield. .' = ':      "'  THE UNDERSIGNED are now.mauhfactunng FLOUR  of all grades:  Extra, Superfine and FintJi    Feed  Crushed to order.- ...-���������-       .-.-        : ",.  ������������������.    '���������-���������'���������*"    LILLOOET FLOUR MILL CO.,  1 I-s .-.:. p.- w." Foster, Agent.  EDWIN   TYNON,  BALER IN DRY GOODS;'CLOTHING, HATS AND  Caps, Boots and Shoes, Carpetings,: Oil. Cloths,  Wail Paper,-&c , Lillooet; B.C.* 1-s  164 MIIE OR DEEP C1EEK HOUSE,  IS OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMODATlbN; ;QF;; THE  Travelling public; the bedrooms :are spacious.and  airy and the Beds cannot ho surpassed for cleanliness  and comfort' by any in-tho lower country-; tbe Table: is  always supplied with the best of victuals. ; Stabling  for Horses;-Hay, Oats and Barley; constantly on hand.  141  MILE HOTJSE^ I,  DENNIS MURPHY; Proprietdrv This House  Is furnished ..with every convenience for the coin:  fort of Travellers; the Culinary: department is under  the superintendence of an experienced cook;, tho Beds  are clean and comfortable:; tho Bar.coutains the best  of .Liquors, Segars, &c.   Stabling, Hay,: Barley & Oats.-  BLOOD WILL TBLeI  ;; blue: tent ;ranch/" j I  WM, HENDERSON begs to inform ;his friends  and the travelling public generally,that he has  taken the above Ranch 'and is prepared to supply them-  with First Class Accommodation.    Good Stabling for  horses; Hay and Grain.- '���������'.������������������ri, -���������-.;��������� : ���������������������������-, 1-s:"  JAY-&, CO>Fort Street/ Victoria  v  Garden !and Field Seeds guaranteed', h'hvp .  acarofully selected stock*, of the above from S  European and' American Markets;  The oarlv������1  very; superior on-,.  FruitTrees and -Bushes,- Evergreens,, Shrubs SSI  house and? Garden^ Plants,-Standard and DwarfSI  of .every variety.;.. Catalogues on applicatlOD   jJf  tlcular attention is called to their large stock of r  Clover !and ��������� Ohi6n. Seeds  of������verv; KhM(*m������!.?  R'.: BBODRICKv^CoAt anoj Proddce Deaim .  4 Jarge stock of Hay; Oats, Wheat and Barta  best description always on hand'; also,'Nacaimo������s|  Hsh; Blacksmith'.and,Cannel.Coal/   Orders^1  Union'Wharf, Victoria, V.' I.j will'receive ima^  attention.  M  pENTILE?S Photogfaphib Gallery, Qm\  IX.'meht'St,. Victoria,'.V. 1. j.op'posite'Holel Je Frsat  yiews 6t:Cariboo and. Scenery throughout Eriiiild  unibia, including .views of'the route to Big Ben������i almij  on hand a11 iberal rates.     ' : ���������.'".'���������''.; ".' ' ��������� tf  /LILLOOET    BREWERYj  ; =*���������  TACOB MILTZ, Proprietor, has always on  fj hand a largo and superior stock of Lager Beer;, at  the BarAVill bo* found the best Brandies, Wines and  Segars; the public are invited to call. Prepared to fill;  all'orders promptly. '   1-s'^  WM. HANSON;    -        '  D. A. McBEAN, -: ���������  ��������� Proprietor; r.      Agent.  THIS HOTEL IS LARGE AND WELL FITTKD:TJP  for the comfort of travelers; tho Table is, supplied  with the best of everything that can be procurd, and  the cooking is not inferior to any on tho road; Bedrooms  for families; Stabling, Hay, Barley and Oats;     1-s  HLBBEN ~& GARSWELL, ImportingU\  SELLERS &. STATIONERS, censtantlysnpM  receiving from.best sources, School, Standanl,an-JlJ  cellaneous Bookstand Staple and Fancy;Siaticn^il  all Us Branches."> Corner rates and Langley s^l  Victor ia, Vancouver Island: < ������������������>'���������;��������� ]vy >:: .'.::. u  P,..,WHEAR-,;.TAitbR &"0utfittbr; FortSi  ��������� -Victoria, V. V. opposite Bee' Hive Hotd wbms  is prepared to supply his numerous patroostfltbercil  requisite for Clothing suitable for; everyseaast-fSJ  year.. ' .;���������:  :.;. .   .���������:   .   ',  -..'... ..,- -.-.-.'       U  T* HOMAS - WILSON & CO., Importers of fcj]  iish. Merchandize^ wholesale 'and retail deahi  Dry Goom, ,&c.-,-r>*ates Street, Victoria,:V. I. tori  after 1st June next in .Government Street, opposiitili  Bank of British'Columbia. '���������"'���������"   /   '    i* I  HOTEL .DE FRANCE, Victoria, V. L,Ja  Bignb as������ Piekre Manciet, PruprieWri. IhBs  taurant is'suppl led', with, all the delicacies'the irate  alforus; ���������; In 'the Bar wiU be found'the choiceul Usg������ \  Furnished Rooms,:&c." ��������� : "'/��������� '.'*;'-" '���������   ;' ���������  1*"  83 MILE HOUSE. ;J:  ALBERT CRYSLERh'as opened the above House for  the'reception of Travellers;: the Table is well kept  and the Liquors cannot be surpassed ; the Beds are  clean and comfortable. Stabling for Horses.: Hay and  Oats.    .,   ,-. j-s-  EUGENE THOMAS, Yates street,Ticto  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WINES, BRANDS  BEERS, and LIQUORS and - depot of HavanaSecss.  Goods forwarded 'to, the Mining Districts'. ;'.    : Is  A.FRANKEL; Victoria, V. I.,!.DcalerioM|  ��������� Skins;-Hides; Wool,: &c:   Liberal advaucesaw  on Furs consigned: ���������.-Reference���������G.Sutro&(io.,������c  borg & RueiT,��������� Victoria,. V.>.liv ���������  ��������� ��������� ������������������ .-:r ��������� ���������, !��������� u  SPELMAN and McKENZIE, Proprietors.  . This House is well fitted up with Good Beds, and  the Bar is furnished with thc:best Liquors; Meals are  Served-at all hours oh the -Restaurant principle p. Sta-  ^liisg^bE.Hor3S2, :Kor3e:F,eed^&c;>;-;..v ;���������-.-���������;������������������:;���������������������������: r*r*^^.^  . ���������'; * ��������� ���������;���������,   ':,' in 'baxkkuptcy;;-. ��������� ��������� -;��������� ;  WHEREAS, a Petition.for adjudication of Bankrupt.;  ,<jy "has been duly filed on theilOtlt day of May  ' last by ��������� Walter Long FfiNT0Nrof .jBaraeron.town,:Wil ���������  ,, liams Creek, British Columbia^latoRestaurant and Sa-  .  loon Keeper, and he having beenradjudicated a Bank-  ; rupt, fs hereby required to surrender hi mseif to Win.  Geo. Cox, Es.quirej the Judge of the above Court, for a  first examination on Friday the 16th day of June next,  .. at eleven .o'clock in the morning':preciselyi and' on.  Monday, th^j 16th day of July uexfc at 11 o'clock in the  morning precisely, at tho Court Mouse, Richfield, and  mako^full discovery and disclosure of his estate'and  f effects, when and where the Creditors are to come pre-  ^ pared toprove their debts, and at the first sitting t������  choose Assignees and at the last sitting the said Bank:-  L rupt is required.to finish his examination.  '.'  All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt or that  have any of his estate and efTects are not to pay. or del-  liver the same but to Mr;M. G., Phillips,,Esq,, the Offlr  ciul Assignee appointed by the said"Court, i" . I  JOSEPH PARK,"  -'" '"'       ���������;" Richfield,.  Counsel for Petitioner.  Richfield, 17th May, 1865. ; 4 .;  HENRY   SCHORLfNG,  ������������������-...-:.....        -YAN winkle,  Poalcr in all kinds of Provisions, Clothing, &c.  &ST Stabling for Horsos; Huy, Barley and Oats al.  way������ on hand. 1-s   .  Pioneer' Hotel^-  CHARtiES NEBSON^ Proprietor. This old  established House is well flttedup for the; comfort  of, Travellers;. the Table is. supplied with the best of  everything that can be had,- and the-cooking is'not in-,  feribr to the best hotel in the lower country; Bedrooms  for 'Families; .Stabling for Horses,.Horse Feed; &e.  The. Express stops here*  :    v ': '������,'        ';:  i-s   ������  JAMES HTJKON, Proprietor. This commodious Hotel is-well fitted up with every, convenience  for tho comfort of thepub lie't the Beds are all that a;  Weary traveller could desire; the Table is supplied with  thiebestof fare; the Bar contains.the choicest brands  of Liquors and Segars; good Stabling,: Horse Fdedy Oats,  iBar!eyj;:&Ci ;.-...      . .,-..../.,; -.,;  - ���������; ' <rv-   .-:���������?   r^l-sl-^  MRS: 'HEIN,'Milliner & Dress Maker,' GJ������  raehtStreet,^Victoria, V. I.' AH kindsof������  of the-latest style; k'ept;constan^ly on baud. 0&M  from the ^quritry punctually attended to.   ���������;, y^  PETER /..McQUABE, ^Ship Chandler ^|  dealer In ^tinte, Oils, and Window Glass.  ^'1  on hand���������a- large stock of Rope andCanvass...^  Slreot, Victoria-V-.T;^ '-'':.'"' " "   ." '   '.&  TAISOONGi&OO.v Commission MercbsDl^  PORT DOUGLAS ADVERTISEMENTS.  MACDONALD'S   HOTEL,;  M. MACDONAIiD, Proprietor. Miners and  :���������: others destined.for the Bridge River Mines will  find every convenience' and accommodation' afl'drded  them.: ' Good- Beds and a Table well supplied;with all  the delicacies of the season. :'-: ;     Vs  LORENZO LEARTO, Proprietor;" This house  . affords every -accommodation,for:tho��������� comfort;6t  Travellers; the Table'is furnished with all the delicacies  of the season, and the Bar Is stocked with the choicest:  of Wines, Brandies & Segars; good stabling for horses j  Hay, Barley and Oats constantly on hand at low rates.  Newly.miUediFlour-fer^salerChoap,-- -    .   ���������,   ��������� ; l^s j  f\ ! BACIGALUPE, Merchant andPacickr, bc-  VX������ tween Douglas and Lillooet. ... Always on hand a,  good stock of Provisions/&c;    j. *      - : l-2m  G.  L. SMITH & CO., Proprietors. This House is  well fitted up for the accommodation of Travellers to the Bridge River Mines; Gtood;Beds, Stabling'  for Horses. Hor3e Feed, &c; -AStage runs twice a Week  between this house and Port Douglas on the arrival of  the steamers from below and connects with the Lake  Boats for Lillooet.   -.'".. -1-s  The Bonaparte Hpttse,;;.  SEMLEN &.;PARE:Et Proprietors, at the  Junction of tho Cariboo and Big Bend ,Roadsy is  now open for the accommodation of tho public. Dis-'  tance from Clinton, 26 miles; from SavanasSteamboat  Landing, 22 miles; from Spence's Bridge, 30 miles.  Travellers will find, prices and accommodations to suit  the times. Give them a call; Stabling, Hay.& Grain;  attentive hostlers. ..Stage leaves here twice a week for  Big Bend and vale, and once a week for Cariboo .  l*s  O -ON ��������� & b O.; iImporters; and:jPealeffi. w  , ...��������� kinds,of Chinese Goods and Provisions,;,.*"^  gar, Teas; '&c., Cormorant Street, wcstpfGemojti;  Arict6riayV^I,v: ^���������'������������������yfy'i ^^CHiifKA^ggS--1  WATSON,; Watohanaker; ��������� Jewelf J    ��������� * above Gov*,|������  era me  ��������� aM:En&raVer, Yates street, at  imcat;strect, Victoria, JV.',I."J ~    -'..  IiriLSON M MURRAYv GRocbm  Fort  Wino '& Spirit Merchants, Bakers.&.tyn?cuoy  ,Street,Yictoria;'v^^L'", ^ ..'.::���������'..yy i<yX->  LEWIS LEWIS, Clothier, Yate5.Streot, Victoria,  opposite the Bank ot British North America. .   1-s  MESSRS. CORNWALL'S^ : : !  ,T THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, half-way between  _ Spenco's Bridgo and Clinton, on the Yale Route,  Travellers will find Good Accommodation. -, ��������� The best of  living, of Liquors, and of Wines Fresh Butter,-Milk  and Vegetables.   Good Stabling and cheap feed.     1-s  CPORBORG- & <RUEFF;^om^^^^ [  O, CHANTS, Wholesale: Dealersin.|0B0CEWEJ j  ;fei0Ns,; Books &, Shoes* Wharf street Victprrt, v, ���������  XX sale Dealers in Wilies, Spirits andiiJ^^  (1RELLEY & FITERREy I  \X sale Deale  Victoria, V. I,  jlairoR^  CPROAT & CO^, (late Anderson &&!%&&  I'!  nnrl (^uuiqliiav  Uviif<H i MTR ' StOreo"0*5^       1a  kj and Commission Merchants,  V. I.  E  MALLANDAINE, COLLECTOR &GENERAL AGENT  , Government! street, Victoria, Vancouver Iiland.  HICK'S    HOTEL,  T YTTON SQUARE, New Westminster^;C.  Xi now occupied by W. E. STEIN. The above favorably known house is now open to the public; the Bar  is constantly supplied with the choicest brands of  Liquors and Segars. *   . s     ;  SUTRO-& CO., Importers and  _ .   CIGARS,. TOBACCO, MeorshaumJy.������-  corner of rates and Wharf street,-Victona.  jjEAfi;^  O ��������� ner of Yates andGovernmcntbts.v^^^  P.IERCE&: SEYiftOURv *^>t'f*%  I.  Fdr&iture, Broad Streo^y^otpna, v.   -.,    .  kln&xg  ^lAIRE>; aRANCINIv^������^f S^-������ ���������  J Merchants, "Wharf Street, Victoria^^^^ w  C  HENDERSON and BURNABY������;  Whaif street,; Victoria, V, L

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