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 V    vi I,'���������,.'���������  :-<t3iJSMj/i'.������\i' ,        i .y'i.-FiS'yf ^-"'^wnw^^^-o^*.'*  V^.��������� ..,   <>.-.  4"*"iS  W  ..-.xfysw'  'Ufc-.-i.'jt-'-.i.-J'.  ;-f  y  W  "61,7;:  Sl������^  "ijUB^HBD^-;*y\ } ��������� ���������[ 'yy; j,  ������������?  ^olm  p\yp'v'-  SuhscripionfSJ'per week (Including cost  j-aelivcry);,i>'ateble ^$W?*$$t;})^  -1'     'Grocery'Store)..- >    X^il-  "yy ���������     '������������������':.. ' ~.������ _      ���������-���������:���������.     -. y ������������������"'���������..��������� s^ AV*j,  ������feffi??  ,, '^ir/Evans,v:'-do..;.yy., y (do,  ,������liEGRA03IG;M)^/  -Latest'accounts from New Zealand give an:  fecountof the massacre of three,Eogit|j^������n|  /ith their .wires and;families, and forty  riendly natives, by tbe .Maories. and their:  Jhief, Hefkb6ti/;:nearJNapierf on #19* easf'  )asfof* New Ulster.t :-Y,, ������������������' -?*.5 >; , -������-j  The/Tnsh Church -bill :is^ like]y; to,A^ecomjj  law;, -The Archbishop/of Canterbury advises  ie Lords to give ���������'> their assent:' tcj.rU In..an  [mended form...   / ,.;...  Passage tickets, from. New York to San  toncisco/v'per ovferlabd: railroad/ are ndniy  |ellipgyafe;$15S 35;in currency; ��������� -- c      :  -- - /"  Jn a prize, fight/ at; Gayuga, Lake, '������������������NJ?/,  tcGaire'was killed in tho^inth -round byla  femfic blow from Donnelly',..who. escaped; to  Iheir proceedings, after, having , decided:: to;  ttiftke aimoxiitiou,-their policy;', /.'���������'//';.://-/;:  A special despatch frohtelion(16nyi62. New  'ork stales ��������� tha t U}., S. -M i b is tor jjf o tley h as- in-  attid fresh negotiations 'respecting the:- Ala-  KHiia claims, and declaring that /ha/I^/fti-":  si.ruei.ecl to express tbe desire of his goverri-  Mt������afr for the speedy and friendly renewal of  batters in dispute: 222"'���������'���������������������������  ���������-".-/'���������'������������������:.��������� -. '������������������ ��������������������������� 2  Several expeditious-fitted out ia the United;  states have landed hi Cuba recently to assist  llto rebels in tli at country //;       y / /���������';   .::  In reply to the delegates'/commumcation  respecting 1 osscs and l dam ages sus tai hed b y.  tbe invasion of Canada by they Fenians, Earl  rranville says' a mixed commission will be  constituted for the settlement of tlie British  {American claims../ '-���������'*'"?- v.:���������* V:  /The excitement consequent upon the elections in France continues and tumults,.take  ^ce. On the night of June 1 Ith no;less  Wk su'r.<iU?...wfirj3. .made in -Par;i% bit no  mtrages were committed. ���������   ;  The Republicans in Spain protest against  return to.a monarchy.  A collision occurred in Belfast, on the Mth,  wtween the police and the people, in which  several persons were injured, but none fatally.  A colliery explosion took place at Merthyr  ydvil, Wales, hy winch it is thought 76 -persons have lost their lives-tho bodies of 56  wave been recovered.  The resolutions for the admission of New-  Poundland into the Dominion of Canada  fwod m committee in the House of Com-  *ona oo the 8th.  / The Howe Sound Copper Co/hdve given  <*$& }a contract |^( ran^n^a^iiihnei to pros-  !pj^theirvgrouni������ /       .        VlY;    X  Watjs, and died in teni minutes-'thereafter,  Bo)i mentare ^^^itizehsy  hpytriedf'by '-Uie^..S;'mllitary-auth6r(tibpidf  San fnan Island]f%ti.ei?S;;:tl^l^|ir4^r^������^(ra^.  r> iyxxy: cujai^N^aTEMs.^ y xxfi  vip English inventor jms:bjiilfe.arim^^^  on aJnovei principiorakSewhamp  houses are  of a cheap  otdcr, designed for  lajjorers.y������������������.He''compressesisfcraw 4nto slabs?  ^2j^S!^  Millers^ -Boardiixg; ^iSuslfe  "EALS;  s^aks them ������������������ id'-^solution df /flint -to; rentier  Ihem fireproof;/coat^'th^twC" sides with a  kind oicement or conejet^;and of these-s\abs  ihe cottages are built. , ,'  r 'A Brazilian, savant has discovered, that  tbejewere isen on the^banks^bf the Aniazdn  29,000 yeare ago;i  /#>{Maspnic LoJ^es iiavb^been/cldsed' iri?&s-  tria ,since 1704 The* attempt to procurcthe  ffeopehihgof tbemdn 184? failedYThfe Vienna  'Masona.aro endeavoring. to obtain an authors  jzatipiftfco rooong true fcythe^ for met Lodge; of  fliat c%.  '   "  '  V '      *  ; ��������� Xfter ���������>* recent .death Iii ftli^WMte/yBirie  mimn^tJe^n,. y *nxm Wy Me|pB^gj^  COLONIALITEMS.  g*'^-11���������^ on the 15th instyagodsi  6 of IT, WaS h������ y������Hnsest son of & late  ^���������Hfllarewood, aud brother to the present  i*i ������t n!olg!von a i,!oce of ������������-  s������r.uoii a"fenoiead " ani could not'thinM of  Jow1 ng  th ^vtiojlfct^;]^  a<less auriferous spot- could .bo found for the  ���������gravei *:" y -t     "   . <��������� [> ���������'      ,.-:'. ^:".    ~     r: ''"  ��������� 'A C^hadian: farmer, whose son had been so  closely; confined to the farm :that he :had  tievOv see,n anything of. a mechanic al; nature  greater /thiui/a sawiniili once.took hiui to  To ro n to to sho iv h i in (h e city. In the c ours e  of the day:the boy saw a steamboat coming  up the rivciv when he rah,��������� and grabbing ;��������� his  |athcr/"by;/the arm, exclaimed^ " Good, gracious, father, there comes, the saw-mill, dam  and/alll^^ ��������� Y ���������'���������/���������'     ;//';/':;:'".'  In one Of theljondbn polibe courts recently  a gentleman complained of a failure of duty  on the part of; a ��������� policeman; A man was  soundly beating his wife, who sent forth a  su ccessioii;: of the most pierci ng sh ricks. The  policeman heard the soreams/bufc maintained  thatjio.could not interfere until he heard the  cry :of " murder." The 'magistrate hold.this  to be "n mistake, but without defining the precise'polhT aT^t^^^fliSi>i^lorii ty bf the- poUce*  should be exercised/1 the officer, was discharged. '.- . j.;.,  Wi have a white man as minister to England, a red man/as commissioner of'Indian  affairs/and a black man as minister to Hayti.  Now let the yellow man, John .Chinaman, be  provided for, and the four principal races of  the earth���������the Caucasian, the native American, the African and tho Mongolian���������will be  represented-in the Government on the broad  platform of "equal rights."���������[New York  Herald.  JJ.; ia thtWniDmf ng tli 1 NINE; iii: tlfo .eveifiiiff at Mrs  HOTELS;: MSTAtmANTSyiic;  \ly-!t->  yy  yyy  Ti^ia^illce^  my26 lm  MflSifelre-'  m&������.  MISSv^.. BJ������KMAN,Ji3gs to announce to-tbe Miners  ytpf>Ki^lmeI(l and;tUe:j)ublic;iinTgeneral that sho  has���������iop.^ea^jieyab^vjj;^stuuritiit f.for'������the summer;  Having maao -.extendijC'a'cKlltidM.ito tbe-Rc^aura:nt  cleRartment. a^d s^urcdjtho. serviced of a. jirst-clas������  .CQpK^Mss ^gliitters; herself that, sho will T)'e abloto  give her ,paMns eyeryvsatisfactiba,' and^hopes,������by  strieU;attcntfpn,io:husiaess, .to:mcrit a'sli'aro-of public  p; 1 trouago.    ?/  ��������� ;, - ���������< yr -  s   -    ; . x 1 _ _ - - -: . ���������     ���������. : y -  Board,.per^Vock, $12.���������  Single^eals, $.1.  ^C^The \>M'Xiqiiois^tnd'��������� Cigaxsalvrays' to"bo Had  at th^Bar^m- yyyyyryy^^*^-���������-ho^-���������������������������.  :   :-,. ������> ���������".-.     TjKfi'���������   '".. 'i,.^,T'  y '������������������'������������������>. ' '���������-yy  my22:2m-  y ^to0's;:;4Tilcli's^o:tely",  >11HB MEJfifoj ON STOUT'S GUjIcH* XND THE  X; public l^erally^^tlier^y^eyinested* to - take  notice that thealbovcHQtelJVStuate-bn the left si'dc  of tl^^Qh^etwcen;the Taff Vale and the: Coombs  Companies^ ������hafts, ' - '   ..    .,,   y*,>    v ^ ���������'���������.<���������  -y  ,   v   'IS'    N O.W    0 P,E-N^ /pY ^  M^thq proprietor assures all whojnay favor him' with  p^^^T^Mfe^lha-teao^eflort--' will.be spared to give  pi^^tJSINESS:4i������ier^  :A- P0^**?^!^, ..as: I^ilging-lipuse/anfr;salool  ^.??R0RJ WIIJ Wni. to-'day l>c assumed - by-MRS FUXIC'  .who; hopes by,s>rict atientiou;to, business to.secure-i  shai?} of public patromige. ''-.'.-. '-y.iyy ��������� y  2 J^e siceping^parltmeiits yiw be'lcepn^)t#liest  prdcry.ana^fapainestjWmes, LiquorsiandrGigars may  be obtained at the Bar.    ��������� >- \ ��������� ���������      V ' ���������:;; y    ��������� ��������� "*  ...v.;.....,.���������.:*.-*^.y'>";���������*. "��������������������������� ���������    ; VvV'y,::���������-:���������> JfRC!    pTJ^T^f-' ������������������.'  Barlceryilh5^June;2d^l809y/^.r. // y.X;ik ^egfY  ' Y'/ V; ��������� -,;.',,,. /i ��������� iBAR������BR^iLIJ2  .>'ty:  t1!  s.vil  THIS'ESTABHSHMENT Ei'VING' BEE^REirK''  X; Jted in;tbe most comfortable maanferj withygobd  bedSjithe travelling public j may rely 0 mionvbeing iW<ili  accommodated^- ly^i-fy 'yyyyy f iyyiyyy^ yiijy.  The b est .Wlaes,. Liq.udra a^d ���������Cigai;s to I tie rhad: a fr,  y.;y:v  th&iJar^i  .:''���������' Decbmb er:5,vl868 i  NEW   E NGLAND    /  ;, (  THE PROPBIETOB>P;tlie alw\% establishmeiit wbuld? 1  ;; respectfuUy infprmhis'friends and the;public^ju..,  general that be is fridw prepared(o"famish, them "with"  Bread;of iliis.IosviiAibakiiig, Having secured the iiissist^  ance^pC a. competent ^Bakery-which; en al)les%im t\ ,:  defy competitiohr' 4 / , s-v ��������� ' '. y ~f * ;; *  i H^basvalspla COFFEE ��������� SALOON da ttached >to -tha^  whercaiQne'-b utilie 4i est-Coffee.^ies and CakeaZ  yy  :     ;   J. /S. THOMPSON, ���������  A'"-CCOUSTANT,-' ::M IN T N G; AND   COJIMISSIOy  ':������x. vagent; Barkerville.'.:       ���������  . ���������-      '  ���������: ���������'���������: Mi 11 i rig Coriipa ni es'. Books -kept and adj us Led.  Hay 1,1889;������������������-.  '  -. ':)   ��������� ' "'���������'   :  ��������� X- ��������� B/:EDi^i^3:y yy  AS on band, and for sale, at his Store in Barker ���������;  vi lie, Ghocekiks, Provisions avd Liquors, of  the choicest descriptioh, which ho will, sell at low  prices for Cashi   Also Gum Boots, aud other articles  required by miners,.  .: Barkerville,. May ,12, 1869. /��������� _/ ;;.: .  .^50- WmjM- Coi?i?i3K has ^now stood the i������st  of the last eight years, has superseded entirely thoi mportcd Chartrea Cpfloc, and is  now kept and sold by all respectable dealers  IN THE -'SUPREME COURT OF THE" MAINLAND OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  I a the matter of the Estate" and EfTccts of WILLIAM  WINNAKD, deceased, Intestate.  4 EL persons who aro indebted to the above estate  A. aro.required to pay the amounts due forthwith,  nud all persons who havo any.claims against the  nboveesla'te are required to gcail in their accounts on  or before;tho 11 th day .of September, 1809, io  ���������CilAd K. POOL1CV,  Oiilcisl Admimonitor.  Datod Richflel-I, Uih June, im. fr& {d  BRUGES  Carpenters /and Builders,  I3ARKERYILLE.;    /  rtONTRAOTS UNDERTAKEN, and ALL KINDS OF  \J Job Wbrkdone \vitb punctuality and dispatch,  at reasonable rates. A good s tock 0 rseasohedl umber  always ou hand. ?:     .,;...   ;:.,;..'./,  \YHOl.ESALE'.; AND  ^EETAlC:/1)110:6  ������������������' ���������^���������'���������-  G-roceries, Provisionsv  HARDWARE,    DRY    GOODS  CLOTHING, .BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.,  BARKFAIVIL-LE.  rpHE Proprietors'of (his well known- House- tender  J. their sincere thanks, to their friends and the tra-^  yelling public generally, for their; pas ^liberal [patron-.  age, and "beg to.itif02iii/thcni;ih'at;.in' order; to Insure i  continuance of the saiuerBoard-and.Lodging.has;been-  reduced to $3 SO 'per Day: ���������: Single: iieals, $10 6;  AH the luxuries that the cbuntri' aUbrds are" cOn-  stanily. kept on;; ihe^ table. iPri vate. Parlors and.Siii ts:  of Rooms for Pamilies;. -The Bar is., stocked ��������� with tho'  b es t brands of Wines,-: Lig ubrs and 'Cigars,   b*.:   ... ���������  The Stable is well supplied wi th the best Timothy,  Oats, Hay and Grain.' BROWN: ^GflLLIS.  yftuesnelmoUthj.MajJp v/tS69.yy -   -;.!v:;.y  yyy   y-..:  }-yy 'N:O.WG:i::y*=;Y;  THE  UNDERSIGNED ,$EGS   XO. JNFQRJI  HIS;^  friends arid tbe public, that he has fiUedup Jsd������n.o  comfortable;: M  In his new building, where" he is prepared to;^iyc -.:  good Beds' at a. reasonables price. "'������������������ Those who will ::  favoihim with their pa tronagc,: may; depend.oh the y  cleanness and 'comfort of bis house;,; '; ."  He takes also this opportunity to reinind the Cari-  booites that.his Browerjybas .received the FIRST.:  PRIZE ��������� of the Colony for his eelebrated   '  ...-//.'/> :', "��������� :YXXX-'-?AbE^i'4"^:?;/''"iV"  And the true amateurs will be able to judge by them ,  selves/that such honorable;prize has  been Justly* .:  awarded to. Wxsu........,.-. - -..,. ���������,.,",. -..,-. B:-,....-. ^,. ..-.-���������..... ^, ..;>...  N. B. ���������A large front room to 1 et; ' ���������*'���������'  BarkeryiHe, Jan. 23,1869. ��������� ;:N..CUNI03v  LE    STORE,  Lightning Ckeek.  INKItS AND TRADERS will find il to their ad:  vantage to purchase at this Store, where there is  A Larok AssoiititKNT or Goods,  .  Of the very best ricscriul ion on hand, and the Stock  coustanlly replenished by 11 ew arrivals.   The proprie-  . tors will sell Goods.)'  As  Cheap as an*y in:. CARinoa  Orders nromptly filled, and forwavdnd with dispatch.  1IEBDY & L1NDHARD,  Vau Winkle, May 12, 1S69. .     . . Proprietors.  A.  MoPlierson,  ��������� AND ���������  JEWELLER,  BAEK13RYILLE  Barkerville, Mayl, 1SO0.  Restaurant" aiid Bakery.,  THE Proprietors oC this old aiid well-known esta & >  lishmeut would rcspeciruUy.Uumk their numerous friends and the public for the extensivo p'atronngo  heretofore bestowed on-them; and trust that by their  usual strict attention to business they .will:merit a  continuance of their confidence and support. '  Meals,  $ 1.   Board,  $ 1G   per Week.   .  BREAD  HADE  OF  THE BEST  FLOUR  We recommeud to the public our  GROUND    COFFEE,  which is a much superior article than any which can.  be had from below. We Roost and Grind it ourselves  nud choose the best berries, consequently the public  may be sure of its being free from adulteration.  '-.PATTERSON & GOODSON.  .   Barkerville, May IS, 1869. ���������'nfylS* '  A Perfect  Cure.   .  T TflOS. FLETCHER'S SECOND-HAND STORK  and. General Repairing,Shop-;will be found iu  La the capab! e of Turning and ; fi tti ng up Ca r, Ax 1 (.'.-������  and Wheels, Hydraulic Nozzles," Hose Couplings, &'c.;  and all repairs of mo tal work tion������ with ne-atness;'' ;  To be found also, .Cooking Stoves, Sheet iron -Stoves/  Pumps, Hose, Nails, Pick.1?. Shove!?, nnd-aimwt everything r eq u isi I *> for M i n er?; '��������� ������:u\ ai I ou- p rj c t: ri.  ^I'PfKK   0,-\JU\.i;iniLLK, mid  sorassraWRt^.  'i. "V   ������.'��������� '%< vy  ''" y ,":   - y?&^ yy-f**   ,;      - \   ������������������ -v'-v^f^f**3  ���������      . WEDNESDAY. JUNE 30, 1869.  THE YIELD OB^GOLp-  It is estimated ttat ccmsiderably over; two  hundred pounds of gold have been takeiiiout  of a tew claims on WilHamicreek and Stout  gulch al6rie,:^uring the past week'; and yet  ho* often do we hear 1fh1it"ffie:^Vd.flel^,:;are.  " played/out Vy These claims show what  could be iphe If a ttthe of theicnown iniaing  ground in;Cariboo were aa fairly tested.   It  The Best Coffee.���������In order .to obtaiiva  rirst-class coflfee, it is necessary insecure tbe  verv best berries, and to roast them ^cord-  in ������4> the most approved method. This i?  done by Wilson/ &y Rickman, Tort ^treet,  Victoria, who are prepared to; furn^ |or  cash; Coffee that,never tails to ehcit the; approbation of jftpSe/yho nse St. y  TENDERS  ILL be received by tho iVilliams Creek Jed Bock  . Flume and Ditch Company for extending their  Jack of Clubs j>it'ch one miloy ./;.;>���������;' ;;���������'.'\, ^"y^/v. ���������' n  * Dimehsiohs of Ditcli-~3K leet ooytop ; ;2 feet on  bottom;: 16 inches deep;    /     ��������� y ;y '' y ."< -y:--y- '^'v^  'Tenders received until July 1st ; ditch to be com-  is folly to pronounce judgment upon the ex- pieted by, August is.      '., YYvY'-' J0,50    ���������������������������  tent or richness ot the gold deposits,i^^^l-'^^  oa &'*&������ ihexefot ' *rt&Vbas ^jeen done or\        .^^y -^-     >-*-,  \vhatW;dbin^:: Stoutgulch was once aba* ^Jg^^ggrg$W%f,S^PJS^SsSS  doncd-"played; out "-and.,now,   withya|vmb&  passage, apply ^  Agent, Barkerville.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,  DO  AY  INIO  CELEBRATION.  }Xy ; JULY 1/} y T~yr " &'   1S09. ;;    . :  The Committee named at a Public Meeting In tbe  Sea^heroby, announce the following programme  fOrth^celobration of ithe Second Anniversary o. the  TTmcm of the British North American Provmcca :  PROGRAMME.  lstPri*e.  .    $10  10  jrold  from  -- ��������� t  In the hands oi thoroughly practical miners  with Borne means to back tfaera, it is reasonable to believe that "more  than   half  of   the  claims in the country would give compara-.  tively   as  good  an account.. It cannot be  expected in all cases, however, that men will  go on week, after week, and -month  after  month, prospecting, and getting nothing in  the  meanwhile   to  encourage   them.    The  number of men in the aggregate of a mining  community are comparatively small who will  do so.   A large amount of money and labor  is thrown away through want of perseverance, and it is to be expected that men will  fail   to   carry out- their original intentions.  u I will give eight months' work to that piece  of ground "on tigbtnmg creek," said one, a  short time ago, and he returned from it alter  as  many   weeks'  labor;   without   proving  whether it was worth anything;   Itis in this!  -way   that   the country does' not getJustice |  done to it 5 and those who show least deter-,  minationandperseverance,'"and who trust to  luck more than to industry*:are always loudest in.^pnteinuing the .extent., of- the  gold  ASSAY   OFFICE.  THIS Office will he ready for business on or about  Monday next, July 5th, in Kane's new building,  Barkerville. ' ... ���������     y  ���������'���������        ���������        CHARGES:        -    "  For Assays of Gold Bullion H (one half) of 1 per cent.  Deposits under $S00 will be charged $4..  '������������������������������������'���������' Aesavs of Mineral Ores, $10 each.'  W. HITCHCOCK, Chief Meltor.  ..Barkerville, June 30, 1869. ��������� Je 30 lm  IN   THE    SUPREME    COURT    OF   THE  MAINLAND OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  10  10  10  10  10  10  10  10  10  6  10  ;3  6  10  2d Price  $6  ft  ���������-.������  4  *'���������  ;    &  i  v   fA '-���������  .- :������'������������������":  d  b  4  6  4  A  In the matter or the Estate and Effects of MTCHAEL  ; CARNEY, deceased, intestate.   ;  ALL persons who are indebted to'the above Estate  are required to pay the amounts due forthwith;  and all persons, who have any claims against the above  estate are requirad t0 send in their accounts on or  before the 24th'day of September, 1869, to  CHAS. E. POOI/EY,  ���������>..'���������..                       - Official Administrator.  " Dated Richfield, 24tb June, 1SC9.       jc30  THE ATRE_ ROYAL,  Benefit of Miss Emily.  MONDAY,      -       - ���������/" -       JULY 5; 1869.  The performances on this occasion will receive  patronage of  the  1���������Hop SkiprJunrpv,  2���������Three Standing Leaps,  3���������Standing L^ap -y  4-^-SiandingHigh Leap  5���������Running Hfgh I/iap -  6���������Putting the Stone (221b) 3ft start,  7-''   .������.*   the LlRht do (151b) 3ft "  8���������J/m'g Race (125 yds)  9^Short-Race (80 yds)  10���������Velocipede Race (100 ^ds)  ll������-Wnlking Match (250 f<ts)  7^���������-Three-J,eggtnl Race (80 yds)  13���������Boys' Raco (100 yds)  14���������Sack Race (60yds)'  15���������Chinaman Kaco (100 yards)  16���������Si wash Race (100 yards)   .  17���������Throwing the Sledge (12 lbs) 0 a  start  Horsk RAorvd���������Queen's Plate, opou to all comers;  Dominion Cup, open to all except the winner of ihe  Queen ^sPlatCi- _ ������, -  Entrance foe to each Game, $1; Boys' Riee, China--  man Race, Slwash Race, no entrance fees. Horse  Races, .$5 entrance fees.,:  A Royal Salute will be fired at noon.  After three cheers for the Queen, and threo cheers  for the Dominion, tho Games will commence; y  Decisions of the Judges in all c-ises final;  je26 H. HAVE LOCK,. Secretary, v  AGRAND  C O N C E R T  "Will bo given by the  WELSH   GLEE   CLBB  At the Theatre Royal, Barkerville,  On the Evening of 1st July  (DOMINION DAY),  ./-;   For the Benefit, of^ the  NEW    CAMBRIAN    HALL  The leading Vocalists oi Cariboo will appear oa the  occasion.  ������5- For particulars, seo programmes. .  Doors open at 7.30 ; performance will commence at  8 o'clock precisely. Reserved seats, $i 50 ; Back  scat?, gl.  ^__  JQ16   .  Cariboo Market;  HEW ADVERTISEMENT     .... -. \-������������������"-      ..���������'"-;���������'   ���������     -    ' *'   ;..-���������������������������;"��������� ; ������-��������� '"':- - - patronage of    ��������� --.���������������������������������������������  .^.rd^oav^^E^.conata^Uy^ocj^ LORDSHIP THE CHIEF JUSTICE and the Hon.  ������������������    m whicnvniQamen, after exhibiting twmost     c ������������������-;'y;:CyBREW,     -.���������.���������'������������������������������������/ i7.-v-.5-y/i1v>,;;  when will be produced the ever interesting comedy of  ^HE WAS OF A LOVES!  :v. And ttio ihteresfing and laughable farce.  patient perseverance/ultimately come across  tich deposits, in abandoned ground,, go far to  disprove the axiom that ''.luck's everything;"  Perhaps,  however,  Confucius :taught   that  V contentment is great gain^ and. the Celestials have more faith ia/their philosophers  than the more intelligent Caucasians. ^But;  Indeed, the real cauise of croaking has its  foundation in the fact that most of ouv population have been accustomed, in California,  AustraUa, and here in th e early days, to indulge in contemptuous:feeling towards anything short of "big things."   Tall oaks from  little acprns, is a saying whichap^ears to apply  to every thing, but gold mining. 'Everybody  cannot^ *tx\%*> /"^ big thm^"   In agricultural  affairs, what is called: high farming^doiibles  ihe product of the  ground//enhances   the  value of the land, and largely reimburses the  extra outlay.   To produce a corresponding  improvement i^ Cariboo a Higher degree\6f  mining  is   needed.   The   pick  and shovel  need ^o  be   supplemented by- the steam  "y engine, reservoirs and 'acqueftictsi:Va!;tdo  great reliance lip on the weather for a steady  supply of water has been the great drawback  to proper deTelopment;   Until the country is  ifuUy^.tested ^wjth alHhe improved means and  appliances which are found requisite in California and Australia, It is sheer nonsense to  speak disparagingly of its mineral resources.  a ^lGH/^G P<>mpetitors���������Clear the track!  A fair #eld and no favor 1   At the forthcoming sports and races, look out-for the Lijrht-  ging creek and Van Winkie.meQ and horses  Everybody is  coming over.    Beedv & Lind^  hart^ mare - Van Winkle," now un*der train-  ing, and -h Oregon John," also under training, ow^ed by-J. Hamilton, will give ail  other ^animigs^ tight run.    We understand  that offers of $100 on the " Van Winkle" pet  against the field have  been  made,  but no  takers are to be found.  The miners on Lteht-  nmgtereek say they are going in  for  the  K'.^H VMspow their mettle against ail  2b00'   Lee them come.   Mosquito creek,  ���������*end up your best.men I w^*,  m������S> Fln?-?te dense smoke in the at,  mo5phere yesterday was caused by a firo in  $* forest on both sides of Swift River.  GOOD     FOR    N O T H m G !  For particulars, see programmes of the day;  . Doors ope.n at Half-Pas t Seven o*clock.   Perforni-.  anoe to commence at Eight o'clock,   y *"  : Admission $1 Op; : Reserved Seats, $1 50./  p:XJ0>tiM  of July  :yy;-CELEBRATiON^: ty  41n Annive rs ary of  Anaerican Independeiide.  5,  The Committee of Management appointed for makinc  arrangements for the celebration.of the 4th of Julv  have adopted the following;     ,-������������������-''   '  SALUTES���������At Sunrise, Federal Salute of 13 C?uns  ,. .������������������;������������������ >y ���������,.,- A-t^ionman, National &ilute of ST Guns   '  Evening Federal Salute of 13 Guns.  PROGRAMME:  1st Priz  : l-Rtinninff Hop, Step and Jump.    $15  2���������Kunning Long Leap, '    'm  '3���������High Leap,   ���������  ..    **> >-'  4���������Ty.ng Foot Rice (200 yds)  5���������S Ii ort Un ce (100 yds)  6~IIur;F]e R.ice, 5 hurdles. 3M feet  high (125 yds) '   &'"'"*  1���������Onc-Legged Race (50 yds)  8���������velocipcfle R ice (250 yds)  9���������Boys' Race (30 vds)  10���������China Race {125 yds)  11���������Shv;ish Race (125 yds)  HOKSE RACES.  7(J)~PeOpl0S' PurS������ ������f- $100������ ������Pen t0 a11 C0"iQrs (300  ^FSSWJ^ ������PCn t0 a31 *** winner of  DISPLAY OF. FIREWORKS!  At half-past Ten tn the Evening.    A Mohstor Tnr������n,i������  will be fired as a signal for t^dl^lay o7nr2^rtS.  Extrayce Fees  rize.  2d Prize  ilb  .   $0  10  5  15  20  10  10  5  20  10  10  12  _  6  4  6  4  6  4  C.  WI.   BE A  Desires to inform the inhabitants of Barker-  yilie, Richfield and vicinity that he has  opened, a. shop in Knott's new. building,  where he. will sell butcher's meat of the  choicest description, at  From 10 to 15 cts. per lb.,  and he trusts to receive a share of business  and to  "LIVE AND LET LIVE!"  Barkervaie, June 23, 13*J>. ���������      je23 lm  Plioto^rapliic G-allery.  Regs   to   announce   that   he   has  C  reopened   his  in Barkerville, where he is prepared to execute all  work in his lino, in the highest.style of the art.  Cartes de Visite, Ambrotypos, Milanotypes, Portraits in.Leather, White Silk, Linen or Cotton, Views  of Houses, Claims- etc., single or Stereoscopic.  JEWELLERY- work of all descriptions done in superior style.    PRICES MODERATE.  Novemher 29   1868.  ^NTHAVCE Fees���������To each Game, SI-  Bov*' pm^  w'ekham, !trhS 5Sffi  $������ J  l������ be Wi������Xr������������h  0^^hZl^^m* St*~> Wl  Dodd.  G^^KT^^ ^' A Heacham,  wm^oIff^t^^  Barkerville June 29. 18W  W0LFF������ Secretary.  '   ow>   ��������� J������30 2t  0.    LEWIS  BEGS LEAVE to inform the Ladies and Gentlemen  of Barkerville and vicinity that he hus spared no  puins in fitting up a  BATHING    ROOM  for their accommodation, next  door to TAVLOR'S  Drug Storeyand hopes to merit a share of their patron*  j'-ioim  Dissolution of Copartnership.  ^7^^^y^^^ * ^hts and de-  ..   JEROME HARPER,  l-kcrvn.o, B.C., Jun, 25th JZARDT0KT������e  jc2Q  T  9  tny26  of ���������  At DeNGUVIQN & KURTZ.  BRITISE   COLUMBIA.  [Incorporated by Royal Charter, Z862]  CAPITAL,    -   -   -T~-  .       ^o^^  With power to toer^c*  ,5������0'00ov.  Drafts issued on the Bank's branch**  IN -VANCOUVER   ISLAND^vTcTORrA  In the United States :  CALIFOliNIA,   ,       -   SAN PEA\riQPA  OREGON/       I        -        rORTr 4VnISCa  NEWaYORK      - Wffii^  Agents Tor the Bank of Montreal '  ON CANADA���������The Bank of Montreal   ���������'.  ON-SCOTLAND-The British   LhST Com  ON IRELAND-^-The Bank of Ireland  ON MEXICO akd SOUTH AMERICA~Thfl  London  Bank   of   Mexico   and  South  America. uia  ON ENGL AND-The ..Bank of British ColuW  bia���������Head  Office���������East India Avenue  'Leadenhail street avenue,  ???.^f*9i*^J^^:?/. Advances mad eon them/  TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS  Granted.on Victoria,.San Francisco,  Portland and  ������������������--' New York. '  .  Every description of Banking Business transacted;  ������r/V.      X-"' w ������   '-': CHARLES "a.-. J05HS8, Agent.'  William Creek, Carihoo.   .  WILLI A WI    RENNTF,  BOOTMAKER, ���������  OFFERS FOR SALS THE-fiEST ASSORTMENT OF  BOOTS to be found on William Creek.  -//��������� '.";���������'������������������      /BOOTS MADE TO ORDER,  Warranted hot to bo surpassed by any made on'th  Pacific coftatl  GUM BOOTS CONSTANTLY ON HAND.  REPAIRING done in the best manner/ft I sbortesi  notice.  In connection with the above, he heps to notify his  Wends and the public, that he has on hand a chaice  assortment, of GROCERIES and  DRY   GOODS, ana  hopes, by keeping a well selected stock on hand, to:  mtrit a share of pnblic patronage,   v  ���������arOPPOSlTE BANK OF BRITL^H COLUMBIA"%l  Barkervtlle, May 6, I860. . ,  Newspapers & Periodicals  IF YOU  WANT CHEAP READING, pet CI.UTE6  CLARKSON, News <!cah*rs, N������'.w VVostmiaster, to  supply you with Papers aud Magazines.,  Their prices arc over 50 PER CENT. LOWER  than Express prices.  Papers from any part of tdo world can ho bad  through them.  jgy For particulars nf price?, send for a list, o?  apply to JOHN BOWRON, postmaster, B.irkerviUo.  jolOlrn ���������     CI.UTE k CLAKKSQX.  Selling  o ff at Cost!  M     WOLFF   IS  SELLING  OFF  HIS  FATIRS  - v     Vli-assoricd   eiock  of Clothing,   FurmslJiDj  Goods, Boots, Rats, Cipars, Tobacco, Matches, Iipcs,  ^^'J&iJ^Jnr**** before purchasin,  elsewhere. J���������������������������  DRUO STORE.  TAS. P. TAYLOR desiros to state^that.ho Btihjejg  J     on h������s business at the old stand, ^hore ho n  Patent Medicines of all kinds on ^': ^^g? ���������Sn������  GARDEN SEEDS.    PrP^Mjn^^I^Sfc  ed at reasonable rates.    NcXt door to Gustos *>i  er8Vrkeryinc, May 5.1809. . ?g   REMOVAL.  Tm AGENCY of the Banker Brtttah^orttf ig������J  1 .'��������� ica has been removed from the tempor *iy        u  the new building, on tho site formerly ������gggU *>  Agent.  May 12, 1869.  and  NOTICE.  ffiHE nndcrsipned begs to "WWce, ������������    Te,  I    after the First (1st) day of^J^kuo^  graph Line between Barkenrillo ana h^ .B(JlB.  will ho closed. *    my^OlnV  May 29, 1860.  REMOVAL.-  TAK. CHIPP has removed to Ids new ������BJ **&  D   STORE, next to: BX'SmSl whSe his busiacrf  site the Bank of British Columbia, w������  will be carried on as usual. jcW  Barkerville, Juno 1^>jf^< ���������- ��������� ������������������  ~lEiARB"TABLE FJjMfei"  y.        '     ���������"' t  ..     '...������������������: Ques������*'*  'HEj  WI  Tbe Si  nd corn  he }Vrat  ownie <  two y  lurae c<  eek. O  bed eve  ..- dayj  f a conti  f tbe s  ���������aard ovi  ���������ork-onl,  is com j  ���������wu.   Foi  as fouu^  fast  he  khFat  *  ie week.  )s. for tlie  jr sir mei  For $2501  javing, ta  JVith an a  lone muc  yorked oi  )z. for, tb  Saturday ���������  ^ pleut}  rood gn  cleaned u  lack co.;a  janyon,  Below i  Jp I?5 ������  " CO., 6  209.  did  uve got  land are  [shaft.   Nt  tli ave take  |ter co. arc  Ithese verj  Ionia co.  in gain  an  I week, an  |couple of  IKauy.co/;  Ifockcd ou  I���������where u  K������f tbe els  |ground at  ���������  The Pc  ;..]ook betU  ���������do well.  No twit!  picks in t  consequei  uaiount o  past weel-  :5.) oz. ;  Coombs c  oz. The  kins, and  ���������Jenkins c  on the ri$j  bottom sc  High-low  gronnd-sl  ina-fliim<  Very li  gulch t wl  ���������nncertaic  to-work 1  ���������disputed  lleid, hi  pecting.  sraileon"  wages a i  Pine co.  Felix co.  Matter  ���������week pr  out. Tb  to dispet  . The II  for tbe v  small m  40 O'A, l0-  :?otgot-^  ing Wag,  ;Wince a  ������re get'ti  co. wash  .. The 13  i. e., gel  cashed  Noch  port���������fl  ���������t     H"f  J:  tmmumsmmmim  mismiJ^amnmsmmmiBmtsmt y;v  v  -va  ' yy  ' ^v  $���������  fe;y  ���������3 hi ���������-<  ^Mp������l^yy  m  >ofqoo.;  heg ���������-���������-'-���������  CISCO;  JPXDRT,  ������; ���������'������������������������������������*  i Com.  A-The  ��������� South  Coihm/  lyeiiue/  ly   [  lad, and:  msacted;  Agent.-  m  1ENTOF:  le oc'lh  D. v."-'.  shortesi  lotify his  ���������.a choice <  DDS, and-  hand, iu  iustcr, lo  ,OWER  i.b'o had  i. list.-or  jtvHIc.  KSONT.  MINING INTBI^UCrE^K ' .:���������,  WILLUSC CREEK, -'.y>.: '������������������'  fiThe San Juan co. stopped bydrauliciDg  [^commenced cleariing.up on Monday  fc ��������� SI co. are making wages.-The  ?0win^������ks Up to Monday morning, tbe  j iia ������ 'ted craned up W or. for the  IS' On Saturday Jbe;,Jilaon^^toa-  E everyone by :cleanmg up 225 oe .for  le day; and as there was,some probability  l^muance of the yi^WitHhiayratevone  1 tbe harehoKJers built; a.fire and *ej>t  laa (1 over tho diggings ; but tbe*ext day's  E only yielded over 90 os. Altogether,  fe company took out 415 oz. for five, day������  En For taree.day's of the^ previous w^ek  C������; cleaned up 41 i oz.. Most of the,gold  Vas'found only 18 inches iroin an ^d^dnve.  ttb Fat & Co. say they cleaned up My oz. for  Be week. The Cornish co..cleaned up 144  It for tlie week., A Chinese company of five  ir-six men. who bought a' piece of ground  L $250 last season, have ibeen; doing-'well,  tortus taken out altogether about $4,600;  frith ab abundance.of water they, could have  'lone much better, for their ground Is not;yet  worked-oat. TheTyack co. cleaned1 up 571  fa for the three days and! a-half 'ending  Saturday at noon. The! California co,,; hay-  |rarplenty.of water, continue siuicing over  eood ground. . Tbe / San: /Francisco "co.  Weaned up 34 oz. for the;week. -The Black  lack co. are. running an ihcline/ above/t^  canyon.��������� ;��������� ,    ....' .. .-.. /-.. y'u;;���������sXX:y  Below the canyon���������the Barker co. washed  ip 185 oz. for the! week jytbel^ster/Qamp-;  fbell"co.', G4 oz. ��������� the Canadian and/Baldhead  cos. did not get expenses.  The Di I jer. op.  mve got their flume and 5 dump^boxyfixed  (and are washing the dirt taken out of their  shaft Neither the New. Aurora:nor. Ryan po.  Jave taken out wages for the week ;;the lat-  ftcr co. a re' getti ng 0 nl y s mal l wages ;'-. Below  these very little work is/going oh, .', TheCale-  lonia co. have got their digging$ into shape  |agaiu and commenced; washing /early /last  [week, and at the close took out;85 oz./ A  Icouplc of "new chums" went to work on the;  fUaby.co.'s abandoned ground lastweek, and  Ibcked out 62 oz.r from tailingsf-so it is said  -whereupon; some of the iate shareholders  :>f tbe claim, and others, re-recorded-/tlie  |groundand took possession. ./ }! //:y:; ��������� ��������� ...  '-'/"���������:. .���������;.'������������������ : MINK GULCH. ";���������//      'r^yy/;/-  ___;     I a^sss   The Perse vera n ce co /s ground begins to  inoTc? -��������� '"BBS-took hetter, and the compauy expect soon' to  lcaAB'--lHi--dowell. ���������'���������    -';--' -���������"���������''"������������������' ���������������������������:'--:-,;'  ill  k������������| ���������    STOUT GULCH.  I Notwithstanding the discharge of several  I picks in the paying claims on this gutch,yin:  g'coaseqiience ol the scarcity of water, a large  I'-naiount of gold was taken out during the  1-past week. The Mucho Oro co. washed up  fc35 oz.; the Taffvate Co.,���������;,.2.6.2i oz. ; the  I'Ooombs co., 1G6������ oz.; and tbe Floyd co., 146  I oz. The Jim and Joe, the Keystone, the" Jen-'  I kins, and AUuras cos. are prospecting. The  j-Jenkins co. have run across a channel over  I oq the right jjide of the gulch, and expect to  I bottom soon. At the mouth of the gulch the  j High-low-Jack co. are making wages by  1 ground-sluicing. Clearihue & co. are .putting  I m a-flume and dump-box.  I CONK 1,1 JS GULCH.' "}' '  ^l   Very little gold is being taken out of this  ^^^ gulch, which maintains well its character ftr  ||g������.iiocertamty. ������������������ The Sawmill co. are ��������� preparing  y**m ������ work from a 8haft sunk close to the lately  ^g disputed ground.   The Ericson,   Gourbck,  item, kone Star and Eclipse cos. are prospecting.  The' Indian  Queen  continues to  sraUe on her courtiers, but only alio wed, them  wages and expenses last week. The White  Pme co. got S243 for the week;; and the  Felu co. about 214 oz. :  LOWUKE CREEK.  Matters remain about the same aain the,  2 *K rT~Very lttt1e gom bei11^ taken  out. ihe Calaveras co. are running a drain  to dispense with the pump at the wheel.  MOSQUITO CREEK.  -f Jn* HocVng co' de^^ed a small dividend  RED GULCH.  -������Pni9rsor^irndJorryco-  WHIPSAW GULCH.  1      .** Dwcavwy co. doing very iHUe/and  )Stl  EKTIBB  jrnisbinj  ss, Pipes,  irctasiBf-'  c221to  3.  fill keeps  > FRESH  >mpound������  ������'s Brew*  tm :  ���������tli Atncf'  Y odlCC tO  led ty it-  f'on'NHl  tlie Tc!e������  nolinoal*  y'19 ll"  IE  the Hittor^MiM cb. getting $5 a day to the  band." ���������'. yyy-- ���������������������������...��������� ....  ;. ./'  /      ;   COULTER CREEK. ���������',','  Apartybavegona out on this creek' to  prospect, On yy :yy} /. /;/: -yy  "yX\ y    MARTIN GULCH* :"���������  A company are sinking a shfiffc;  ���������///��������� ",-  . LIOHTNIN<J CREEK.  f/Oa thisereek and its tributaties times/begin ; to/brigbtennpya little.: The yield of  gold is increasing.y About $1,400 were taken  out during the, last week, as far as .we could  learn, and More.^aiaw::ai������,-;c^ected;'.to get  advancedinto a'paying condition at an early  dayf Among the best of the claims taking  out pay are the Dunbar, the Lightning, the  Wisconsin and Montgomery claims; Yesterday, tbe Ross co/ were;driven out ofVtheir  shaft by. water. ^ Machinery wills be erected  assbbnaB posBibie.    > XrX2���������-..  '/��������� CANADIAN. CREEK;  ; YThe Ciear-Grit co/are pumping out"; their  digg ings to work a bench In; wh ic h .pay was  found two yea^ ago.- The Casket co/are  sinkl ng, expecting io strike a, cpntinuation of  the same bench ; and the Mi iter co: are sinking ;-.' below: the tunnel. None of the other  companies are working.  - CAXTON RAVINE.  'Some cariosity exists about the doings of  the company v/ho are running a tunnel here,  # covert visits are made to the -works, but  Ihe; company-say they are getting nothing of  any:consequence, and--will have to pound  away a hundred feet further; before /they get  to b ed-rp ck j ah d as the grou nd is d iffic tilt tp  work, it will be near the close of the: season  before they get through.  .      : u OROUSE CREEK.        . \ ' "'"-  yy Scarcely any Change-has occurred onythis  creek -since��������� ottr last report.; All the/hydraulic -: companies are eit a standstill; for/1 a ck  of^water. The Idaho, Salt Spring ��������� an<l Dis^  c 0 very; 003. c on ti nue pros p ecti ng. / The Gar i-  baidi: and Ne'er-do-well cos. are doing well.  Good pay has been found in the ground of  the: latter cbmpany, and: they' say they got  abou t $800 last week. T his is p re tty go od  for aclaiin which was sold out as being cb,n-  sidered next 'to. worthless. The Flume co.  did hot wash up/ having /got into another  hole.//:///XyyyXX:/'���������������������������-'; :'���������"��������� '������������������������������������.'- ��������� 2-y  SEITHLET CREEK.   ' -    ���������  ��������� ���������} Tb e Grotto ' co. are m aki ng: ab on t wages.  Two Chinese com panics, between the Grotto  and Howickcosy haye^got -their ; flumes in  and have commenced to work. The Howkk  co. are taking out about wages. The French-  cp.-.: are making about $2 to $3 a day ; an(i  the Cascade co. have got up to their old shaft  with their tunnel, and about three feet from  the bed-rock. The Stonewall-Jackson co. are  making small wages; The Hard-up co. have  got in with their incline.   :  HARVET CREEK.  The, Minnehaha co. have got down with  their shaft 35 feet in the deep channel, and  found a little line gold.,: They are now drifting across. The Brad ley co. are putting in a  flume ��������� ih the old Harvey groundi Below  them, the Cornish co. are running a tunnel,  and have got in about 60 ot'70 feet and find  favorable indications. 0. Bailey is prospecting in his old ground. Tire Chinese co. have  got their flume in and their,wheel at work,  and are reported to be doing well.?  yy:..      :. goose creek. ������������������������������������"'  Last Monday, the St. Ninian co., having  reached the hard, ground, commenced work,  and expect to get good pay.  CUXMSGUAM CREEK.  It is believed that some Chinamen bave  struck good diggings here, in consequence ot  the large supply of provisions which have  lately been, taken to the creek.  BEAVER LAKE. ;  It is said that in the vicinity of this lakelet  good diggings have been struck.   On   .  BEAVER LAKE CflEEK,  Jim May and others are reported to be doing  well.  ., _���������,��������������������������� ~~������  White PiNE.-Recent arrivals from: Wliite  line .district do not give an encouraging-account orits condition.' It is said that smallpox has found its way there, taken up claims  upon the inhabitants,' and is levying -heavy  assessments. It appears that two days' -work  upon a claim:gives the worker a title to the  ground for a year, andMr J. Adair, lately  ??Sli��������� anboo������ b,as taken up a few claims after  tumuing; this condition. He inteiids to make  use of his "feet,"- thoiigh not to leave the  country, for he purposes staying some months  at least. It is no country for a poor man--he  says, though it may be by-and-bye.; .He never  savsr as little money anywhere as in that camp.  Crushing ore is very expensive, for the-price  per/ton has not yet come down/tc..$25; and-  un til the process of crusbiri^ can" be accbih-  plished' at that figure/ mbhey/^which:. iTvery  scarce indeed, will remain scarce/ We should  have thought that r.$25 per tou -would IxaVe  been an insignificant price compared with  the rich ness My the ore. It is evident, then,  that; all the! 0re does nofc yield thbiisands of  dollars to the ion/ i Very many meny says Mr  Adair, have quit working ^their claims for  want of cash; BothBahks are very hard run,  and: ,nb.t; lending . money "on any thing���������not  even buying bu 1 lion, y The;, cliiiiate is very  severe and a-good deal of sickness prevails,  j What < Yale Intends Doixa���������-The ^inhabit an ts bf ��������� the. to wji '���������: p f. Yale are; m aki ng grea t  preparations for celebrating ��������� the; second anniversary bf Dominion Day.-: " We understand,^  says the .Examiner, 'A the amusements of the  day wilt be horse, foot, arid canoe racing;! in  the eyeningi';ball00n ascensions. Salutes wi 111  he/fired at -sunrise, noon: and: sunsiet,- after  w.hicli the day> entertainments will \yind up  wi th a grand dinner." It was intended to5  wind up the^^day *s p^pceedingsih Barkerville  ia/the^^ame. festive, sty lei but as our fell 6w-  countrymen, the\We]ish Glee Club; selected  the -evening of Dominion Day for a concert  for the benefit of the Cambrian Hall, the committee^ of, arrangements: very: judiciously, we  think,, decided' on making the musical entertain men t the;finale of the celebration, and we  trust that the Dominion boys will do their  best to secure for theWelBhmen a bumper  house,' " ��������� ���������-" - 2y'y'''  &sm  -C. ;McCaliunl wishes ���������%  has; just received a large  .Just RE05rvTsi>:-  announee1 that he  assertment of ready-rriade-'Clothing,  will be sold for cash at creArsR rates than  b ave ever bee nk no wn in Barliervil le. Thank-  fu I for past favors, and re^peetf till y.soli citing  a cbniiniiarice .of cns torn, Mr McC. would in-  tiiriate that an inspection of these goods atxd  enq'uiry'astb the price will convince all as  to their ft n precedented cheap ness. All parties wish in g to have their cl 0 th i ng made b y  A; Gil mo re, Victoria, may have their measure  taken by O. McCdlum/so as to ensure a good  fit. /'   ' yXX,y-\? :,  CoKFiRMift)���������Our brief telegram respecting  the appointment of Mr Afnsgrave to the Governorship of British -Columbia, turned out to  foe correct, and our surmises as to his appointment being significant 'Wt imminent Confederation are also substantiated by private  tetters received tae're to the etfect that Mr M.  brings immediate Confederation instructions  along with him. A letter from Sir John A.  Macdonald to a friend here about two weeks  ago, also indirectly intimates that the speedy  absorption of British Columbia by the Dominion is one of the government measures  under consideration.  Additional���������The Dominion Day committee  have decided to increase tho number of sports  and prizes beyond what are published in the  programme for tlie day.  I Knew It���������Since the Wilson company  have taken out their 415 ounces from their  claim, quite a number of individuals now remember that the ground was rich in 1862.63.  and that it was never thoroughly worked,  owing to the want of the draiQage ^bich is  now afforded by the Flume Co. None of  these clear-memoried persons, however, took  any notice of the ground until the gold was  picked up on Saturday by the shovelful,  prior to which an interest migM have been  obtained.at an easy price.  Twexty-five Acres op Human Bokes.���������On  the northwest side ot the fort at Malvern Hill,  thousands of Confederate soldiers were buried  where ; they fell, and twenty acres or more  havo been ploughed up by the owner of the  field. Over, the whole tract the bones are  strewed in profusion, and grinning skulls  stare the visitor in the face on everyhand.  When the farmer was questioned, he said \he  ^and was now the richest he had, and in justi-  fica'do h of th e sii eri legious a c t. st ated th at ,h e  didn't H put 7em there, nohow."���������[Richmond  Despatch.  Ready���������Mr Hitchcock announces that tbe  Assay Office will be ready for work on or  about Monday next. The charge for assays of  mineral ores is fixed at $20 each. This seems  a high figure, but, we understand, is necessary  to make the office self-supporting���������that being  a condition required by the government,  prior  to  consenting  ..asiy.  : Miss: EMiLt's Benefit^--A performance at  the Theatre/for the benefit of this estimabio  young  lady  amateur "Thespian,  will take  place on theevening of July 5th,: in compliance with a.reciuestmade by a large number \  of f gentlemen,; ^who ; wished  to y show; - their/ ?  "grateful recognition of;the efibrta". which:  the accomplished; beneficiary.������ as one of the  Amateur; Dramatic Association," had made  for their amusement... We. are sure that we  may, pnl>ehalf of the public generally,-add  our voice to,that of the gentlemen alluded to, /  and at the same time assure/ the -young lady ���������  that 'She will receive what she deserves���������a  subs tan tia] to ken o f .the general appreciatioa  of her talents and most commendable character;, in the shape of a erb.wded; attendance  on the occasion;of her benefit  /   /-,/;..yyy  A Special ATTRACTiox-rrln the programme  for:the Welch Glee Club!s Concert,.tb:morrbw  CTening,  there 'te'-.?,af 'special; rattractVon for  which we are indebted to the poetical '>and  musical talents of Messrs. Talieson Evans and  Walkin Price. It consists of a song���������'.'. Welcome Spring'-���������written by Mr Evans^ and the  musipby Mr Price. We term it a special attraction, and deservedly: so we /believe,./ because in this part of the world, where .hard  fact governs all the;springs of*action and industry, it should be a gratification to notice  they germs and growth of the finer colors of  civilization. As Springs is ever welcome here,  so Should we welcome the Muses.  ; /Road Tiumc^rBIa^kStrain, from Yale,  arrived on> Sunday.J '���������: Dora inique A11 guste?s  train, with goods for Manetta, arrived on  Monday. Bias Leon's train, with goods for  p. Strouss, arrived pni: Monday. Alex. Burnett'b train arrived on Tuesday, and Henry  Bowman's; train, from lillooet, with goods  for C. Strouss,: alsbyarrived on Tuesday.  Johnsdnls express.wagon/and Kwong Lee  and Chapperon?s teams arrived yesterday,  ExpRESS.^Barnard's; Express arrived early  on Saturday and left :;oh Monday morning.  Mr. Nason, 'of Meach.ara./ &'-, Naso 11, and Mrs.  Bacon arrived'; and T. Jordan*, H. A. Church  and;L. Mouttet departedV Owing to the Victoria-New AVestminster steamer now running  only once a week, the announcement that the  trip -to Victoria wouldvbemade in seven days  during the summer, lias been withdrawn.  .Eresh Butter..��������� Messrs.. DeNouyion &  K^irtz are receiving by every fast express  qu antities of the finesVfresh butter, p ut up in  rolls, to suit.the demand. The colonial butter,: at this season of the-year, ia acknowledged to be superidr to; any imported  but*  XerXyX 2y ���������}.'������������������    ��������� -��������� '''yy.-y:;/'.:;        ^ *  JFLORrcuLTURE���������Mr J. H.Todd brought a  cutting from a geranium^to Cariboo this  spring, and it was planted in the Rev. Mr.  Derrick's garden, where it has thriven well.  Yesterday.it commenced to bloom, and has  nine flower pods just about bursting. This  is probably the first plant of the kind introduced into Cariboo with success.  to establish it -here.  Chemicals and fuel are expensive in Cariboo.  Meantime free assays will be made at New  Westminster as usual.  Notice.���������Mr. C. MoOallnm "has reopened  business in the store next above the Bank of  British Columbia, where he has a large assortment of Dry Goods, comprising Pants,  Shirts. Drawers. Neck-Ties aud other apparel.' Also, a lot yof best French and  English Tweeds. Mr. McC. continues his  tailoring business, and makes Pants to order,  and of the best material. He sells his goods  cheap and for. cash.  Osoar J.  Dunn,   Heatenant-governor  of  Louisiana, was expelled recently from an  omnibus in Louisville.    Dunn isacdowdj  man.  No Speechifttng.���������Owing to the length of  time required for the development of the  programme, on Dominion Day, to say nothing, of the distaste for hifalutin, it has been  decided to dispense with the efforts of embryo orators. ..;������������������  A Shower of red rain recently fell in  Naples.   On examination it was found that'  the rain had been so colored.by a fine dust  supposed to have, been taken up into the  clouds by wind. .>  Nuggets���������During the past ten days the  finding of nuggets of three oz. weight, .more  or less, has been of frequent occurrence in  the Wilson and Flume Co.?s ground above  Richfield. /       .  v   !//;  Rain���������We understand that the showers of  raiu of Saturday and Sunday last were much  heavier aud-pr.Q.!p.nge  they were in Barkerville,  Doing Well���������The Discovery or Dunbar  co. on Lightning creek have now got fairly  to work. They wash up every day, and so  far have averaged 25 oz. per day.  The Saa Francisco Debating Club have  discussed the question ��������������� Is George Francift  Train a Humbug V7 and it was decided inttho  aQirmative by an almost unanimous vote.  Flagstaff���������Tbe Dominion boys have culled  from tho forest a Dole about 115 feet long,  which they intend erectiug for Dominion  Day.  Committee���������J. D. Ritchie, George Arm-  strong and Joseph Denny are committee-men  for the 4th of July, and were inadvertently  omitted from the list in our last paper.  Drill.���������Tbe regular weekly drill of the  Fire Brigade will take place on Ihursday  morning? at six o'clock.  ArrP'Eo.���������The pyrotechnic material for  the grand display on the 4th July arrived  yesterday.  jag** Felt/s Coffee has now stood the tefjfc  of the last eight years, has superseded entirely thei mported Chartres Coffee, and is  now kept and sold by all respectable.dealer*  y  ���������i  wTOfliransswBWsysiSftlSS^w. [vy   ; A ,: ^f^rv^zz^^y^y " '^y- -':"'  ' ORIGINAL RHYMES.  ,.       . ��������� ��������� ��������� t  r    , Lightning Creek/* June 23, 1869.  Editor Sektinbl :���������As yoii objectto vefse3  of a personal tendency talve these, wbicb, applying to about every other "honest miner"  in Cariboo; are surely'-free from that stigma.  ��������� ���������:���������-   . H    '   ��������� ���������    ���������:'������������������  ���������< R;Gf. .  APPLICABLE  TO'RIANT OASES/IN GENERAL, ANT)  NONE    IS    PARTrotTiiAU t* CONSQLATORY    TO  WHOM IT MAY'CONCERN,       '/'/./, "/.  Yet a riother ii ri fo r tlinate,      t  y Weary of debt, '-'  !- ;  Has'With *'leg' bail" importunate  : / ���������   Creditors met;'',;      / '        '.'������������������"���������  Take your books;tenderly,;  /: y Ope! fbem. -v?vt\i .caxo1,. / ��������� - - ��������� ...".'���������  " "Nib apen' slenderly,    :'-/, /������������������    ...  ; : Write "done brown" tliere.     /  .- ��������� , Each item scan well-/  . ���������}���������  ���������}>S:Vm sure that you can \rell.  ��������� Komember the story..  ���������yHe told' quite a ja^v full';  iAnd after to-glory   '     -'v   "'.'���������'  ��������� - In siopin<ry--it?s awful I  :;thinkof him. mourn fully,   :-;������������������;/���������;'<���������  If you like scornfu I ly y' ��������� ���������y  Tear out the scrap ;-:....'   -;'   ���������'������������������ '������������������'���������  Beyond past, gains of Mm,      ;--. /  /All t&at remains of bim     . . /  ['''' AYon'fc .fetch a1 rap. , / :.    ��������� .  "Ne!exeat regno,??y (.  ���������^Tis too late-to beg now, ;' /  V-Or bluster or bully ;    //���������  Past every "capias,"������������������*  .    ���������  -By his escajpe he has   '���������'  ��������� ~ Diddled; y ou fully;: * ; ������������������ -  Still for all slip's of his    .        :. ._'  .   /���������   You prized him highly,;     .  Think of those lips of his .'/   ���������  .'/-/SmHmg-.so slyly,I: -  -(-        . .-y  - -What's bis conveyance���������Xr  "'������������������ i: Horseback or afoot ���������? .: * ' /  ���������Perchance the express is, ; '���������'//  ���������;.Whilst wonderment guesses  Why did he put? v '  Was:his claim paying?   ���������  [       /;     And how much about % .'  ���������'.' If so, there's no saying, ::  . ���������:/'������������������xHe's gone beyond doubt.  "WastaiSTeasoxTarioter on������  Still, and a clearer one,  /" That he'd sold out ?������  Why chafe at the rarity  '���������Of- trader's charity  -.; ��������������������������� To anyone? -      v  Oh, it was*pitiful.  Owing a city full.  He had paid none !  . Butcher and baker,  And candlestick-maker,  Some of each trade j  ., Bankvbills expiring,    ,  /-No thoughts of retiring;/  . ," / /;.  E'en washing and,firing ; ���������  ���������-.   Leaving unpaid ! y  Whence the lamps quiver  .....  With tremulous shiver, .        y yyyy ���������  And matiy a light ''-y    >    :  ; ���������   ^v  On waltz and" cotillon ������    /  >  ,. And girls ������ en tourbillon ������   -  vHe started to flee on -.'*���������'���������:  .yy   That pitch dark night./    / y/     y"  The hiirpast the'^cdtirt"       ';  Made him "wheezy" and "gruel'd,"  BiUhescarce gave a thought  To the victims he'd fool'd-1    :  Mad from extravagance,     ��������� '  Glad but to have a chance  ,,   Safety to seek, ; ["Beak"  Anywhere, anywhere, clear of the  O'er this bridge seeking    -:  (In metaphor speaking)   ���������  A way to discover  All claims whatsoever  - And cares to toss.  The "bridge" he supplying,  The "sighs" you, by sighing ���������  Over his loss.  Owning in weakness j  Temptation beset him,  And leaving with meekness ^  Revenge���������till you get him.  ADVERTISEMENTS.  . R. G.  STEAMERS, EXPRESS, FORWARDING, &c.  SSTSSffiKBSi  Of  OU  THIS steamer is now making regular trips between  Soda Creek and  Qucsnelmouth,  connecting with  Barnard's Express.  ������$T The steamer is not responsible for leakage  lis, or other liquids shipped in tins.  Danielson's Bridge, Quesnel  River..  R. CHARLES DANIELSON desires 'to. inform  iti Traders. Packers, Travellers and others that the  Road: from Dog. Prairie to - tho 16-Mile Post beyond  Quesnelraoath is now open and in good condition for  Pack Trains and Stock, and that there is.abundance  of good:;feed throughout. * There is a house of entei>  talnraerit at tho bridge. ���������' jol2  BATLEY'S Hotel,   Laiyqley Street,   Victoria, is still  open lor the accommodation of trewellcrs, ;aiid.  the Tabic and lieds are kept in tho usual satisfactory  stylo. v   ' .         r>m  t. PKicE,;.:: ���������*'������������������ :*y  TAILOR,   GOVERNMENT   STREET,   VICTORIA.'  Orders from up-country, punctually attend'ed^to.  . : 'LOTVE ^BROS;.//'::/,-;  Importers   and   Commission    Merchants,   Insurance  Agents," etc.,    ���������    ���������-;   / "'      ,' '  Wlmrf Street,  .      -���������-..-'      -'. .'/ Victoria:, 'V.;I.  R.   RGBERTS,  Tailor, (Successor to E. Read,) G-overnment  "    ���������   Street, Victo?:ia'. ' '���������'���������  *���������     ��������� ������������������ ���������:>���������':  Orders attended to with care and despatch.  T.   SHOTBOLT.  Dispensing: Chemist;and Drugffist.    fmporter of.Enff  lish Drugs, ChcmlcuIs/Patent Medicines and:  Perfumery, A'ictoria, V. L '     '���������' ')���������  Orders from the up-country punctually attended to.  May 1, 1S69.,      ..    y_ :   t, ���������..;     , ,        -6m  D.   SPENCER,  Fancy Foreign  /^!^1^vertS^  &.cs-ilmore7  ERCHAr^T   TAILOR  y :..,.::.;,1;    YA'TES STREET, :i:y '""���������*  KAS on hand, and is cmTsuntlv rJ^'"V"      -  assortment of CLOTHS;  0 4^il?52vin������- a wfl  INGS, which-hois pwSS^^K^?88*11*���������?  most approved stvies. - auko to;Order.ittSa  :: Allordcrfifrom Caribooptomnfivnt/^/,  May. 1, 1868. . . :'.:���������::   up,omPlIy attended to.    '  /;//';:/jp<?rt street, Victoria, v!t/  Spare no. effort in selecting and i-o^;^  ment of the .choicest  ar"1010^1,^ Sr81! asso^-  To large cphsuihcrs th oy brfer^cverv far Sit' ������bl^ln^'  prioes-n^nnality y laciIlty as regard  nj.vl6ni  ;   E XPRE S S__NOT IC E.  /\N THE FIRST DAY OF JUNE AND ON,THE FIRST  \J   and 15th day of each month thereafter   .  .;;; Barnard's   Express  .���������   Will despatch' L  A,FAST FREIGHT TEAM  FROM YALE,  Making the trip to Barkerville in about li daj's.  Until further notice,  RATES   OF    FREIGHT.  By these teams, on all parcels of 50 lb3. and upwards  will bo  25  Cents per lb., \  exclusive of-Road Tolls.,   ....  Importer of Bookij,  Stationery,, and  ;,."'.   Manufactures,  ��������� -..-��������� FORT STREET.  VICTORIA, B:  ilay 2, 186a. '������������������ "    -;}yy  C.  ���������ROBERT   BURNABY-  ���������y : '   './"v.. lAND AGENT, Etc.,      'l'  . '      ��������� GOVHtt;\ill5.\T Strkkt, victoria ��������� V., I,  '   ' '   ' .    -y .:...-��������� n  y YALE;' A D VERT ISEM l^NTS.  XI  Packing, Bag Making-^!-etO;:  THE undersigned J?nh6unces that he packs GoqcIs in  .. Victoria Tor tho Upper Country, and manufactures  Bags for Mills, Merchants, and Farmers. ��������� Ailvklnds  of Machiue Sewing done. Orders promptly attended  to:   '��������� . D.: KAUFMAN,  April 24,' I860}       . '3m ;Yatcs St.   Victoria.  Henry ITatlian, Jr., & CoM  Importers and General Commission Merchants.  A large assortment ot Drj' Goods,  Liquors, aud Groceries constantly oh hand.  Wharf Street, ���������     - - Victoria, V. I.  May 2,1S60. "��������� 3m  Wildly exploring     *  The/f bon vivanfc,'f chawing*  Cold "luek?' a$ be ran,  . At your case glancing,  Think, where you're advancing,  Non-paying man!  ; -Take a night's dancing  Then���������if you can I   -.//.'���������  Take your boolcs tenderly,  /Ope them with care,  ATib a pen slenderly,  -Write *'doiie browxi77 there.  Kre too tuucb excited,     ,  Thus being rec/uited,  In index seek kindly.  The page and expose it,  His account, close it,  Staring so blindly!  Dreadfully cheating  By plausible talking,  . >���������  When falsely entreating  ' i ��������� yMoro time and repeating  He'd no thought of<( walking.  Parties shipping by'these teams must orrter #oods  to be marked u Per Barnard's Express, SLOW"���������  otherwise they will be sent by rceular Express and  charged accordingly.  Shippers may depend .on the reguluritv of those  teams, for whether with full freight or not Uicv will  come throujrh. *y  _May 14,1809. F. J. BAK.VARD.  Important   to   Traders ! !  A LL   FREIGHT   CONSIGNED   TO J.   C. BEEDY,  ^^Yalc,B.C.,- will he forwarded to any part of  the Colony, on the most reasonable terms/free of commission..    .;    vyy AGENTS: f ^  Millard^ Beedy/yV V  Denonvion & Kurtz ������    V  ,   Victoria.      y  ./              Barkerville      '     r  Barkerville/Aprill7thi1869.c               4li  ���������*     y /    <  DUGK   &   SANDOVER,  Wagon and Carriage Makers,  Blacksmiths, etc., Government St., Victoria, between  Johnson and'Cormor.mt Streets, west side.  Orders from the upper country solicited and attended  '    o                      to with dispatch.  MayV, 1SG9. '  Cm  Pacific   Telegraph   Hotel,  STORE Street, between Herald and Fteganl, Victoria, ifoals at all Lours. Board and Led gin g per  week, So 50 (Sx $6 50 . Per day, St. Single meals,  37 1-2 cents.    Beds. 50 cents.  ANDREW ASTBICO, Proprietor.  May 1,1800. 6 in  .   E. "WATSON,  qv^TTATGHMAKER,     JEWELLER     AXJ)    EK-  ^TtJ uraver.   Government  street, mrxt to the  jKt^S St. Nicliolas'Hoiel-  Victoria,V. f.     Ghronom-  eters and Watches cleaned, xvpaired, and warranted.  Every description of Jewellery made to order.     Plain  and O r nam en tal E n gra vi n g n ea 11 v eafecn ted,  -Mayl, I860. , . " 6m  A MS &  PEARGY  Have on hand a choice selection of  CAST IRON COOKiNG STOVES  SHEET COPPER, ZINC  T^���������P^ATE   AND   SHEET  IRON  ^v-wous other articles in theirline of trade.  *^ All JooblUff in tho Tin   ch<-.r.i t    *  Loctr.aeattende^to:rd,UhA^  noo*  KTever out   of tlie Field  a.C/GERGW;;;:/  CARBIAG-E   AHD    WAaOl^. BTJILDER,  Corner Government and Pandora Streets, :  "East side. Victoria, V\ I., .   ,  Executes orders for every description of vehicle.    A  ���������}y general assortment of, Wagons always on hand,  May 1,1869. Cheap for CAsrr. .   - 6 m  /   A. : GASAMATGIJ, : ;  ���������Wholesale Dealer iii���������  G-roceries,   P r ovis i o ii s,  Havana Cigars, and French Preserves,   y  .���������"  Yates Street,    .   -      -       -    > Victoria, V;,I./B. C.  qofie>e.!::;Goflee !! CoMe!!!  ' \'y BARLOW desires to inform the people of the  A������ lutcitor and. upper"country, that Imving ob.  .tamed tho.1 necessary., machinery and tinware, lie 13  uqwprepared to furnish a first class quality of Coffee  roasted, prepared and put up in tins, according to tho'  latest approved scientific principles, and witrraEisjt  to be superior to any other.       - ���������! ���������?.:;.'y- ���������.-'.���������-:.  Groceries,: Dry,Goods, Tinware, Clothing -Garden  Field and other Seeds, English and Colouial,   '..  Yale, May 1, 3S69.,        .yy:.-"::-  FORT    YALE    HOTEL^  Front Street, Yale, British Columbia.  THIS bouso has excellent accommodation for Tra.  vcllurs.y Good beds, superior tare 'and the imsl  of Liquors nt- the Bar. Stahliug for animals -t Hay  and Oats at the lo\\;est rates.  May '1;.1869.:' u     KILLIV & LAXE, Proprietor?.  NEW W.ESTMINSTKR ADVERTISEMENTS  :;/| -   Ho W, SIVHT^  Dispensing Chemist and Dru^ist.    Importer, ofKn'g-.  .   Ush PruijJ?, Chemicals, Patent- Jfedicinr^ and  ' ' Perfu mcry, Nc w Westmi ns t er, B, C. yy  FRESH GARDEN SEEDS CONSTANTLY OK H.VXP.  Orders from up-country carefully attended to.  May 1,1369.   ��������� ....   Gm.  THOMAS WALSH, Tailor, New Wo<tminsU'r, B.C.  Clothing ma������le to order at mortem? rauv, ^1-  S on hand,- Eng\ish  and  Oregon Cl<������j[>s.    0fMjs  ways  from  the  dispatch.  up .country  attended   to    with  cure and  .  jnO  ������  Miners' ��������� Provision   Store,  y   BARKERYILLK;  /Next Door;; to: Sentlnel, Offfce.  : V T this .EstftbI ish rnen t wi 11 a 1 ways h c fon tid a well  JTJL  ".'���������'���������}*��������� selected and varied assortment of the  FRESHEST  GROCERIES & PROVISIONS  AlSO���������A good selection of Clot hi ng.' Hard ware, Glass  v , and Crockery.    Best b ra n ds ,b f Tobacco,  :ery.  Medicines, etc.,^Jtc.  DAILY.  T  S222t5'5HCa.B* ^ Stoves  TE  LL JOBBING  AHj JOBBING   WORK  IN  TIN,   COPPER, Sheet  Iron, Zinc and Lead Piping, attended to with  promptness,   ond  warranted   to  give  entire   satis  faction.  THOS/  WILSON   &  Importers of English Merchandise,  WHOLESALE   AND    RETAIL  Cotton Ginghams,  EhukoL������, Quilts  and a genera]' assortment Of       '  staple Goods.  ��������� Best Jay a CoSfcQ Roasted and G round  ALL GOODS SOLdTt tdWE^T. RATES.  ;Tbc BAR is fully supplied with the choicest  , .   Havana Cigars, Wines and Liqnors.  1 trosi bystriotattentfoiTto business, an^Tair and  square dealing,- to merit a continuance oi tae tiocrai  patronage heretofore extended to me.  A largolot oVhBYWOOD'S celebrated BACON!  for sale, at a very low figure. %  ,:Feb. 20, 1869.  An invoice of good  pCt.i just jur;������  Masonic Building, Govcrnraeiit  June 1, 1809.  style three-ply and Tapestry Car  ?ts just received.    Street, Victoria, B.C  2m  B^  jp.  we-  ^ J  Fob.; 6, I860.:  ���������BaiikbrviiIlb.  T-^  'Hardware^ Iron & Steel.  E. PEARSON & BROS.,  Barkerville.  HARNESS FOR SALE.  L  j;  ON.DO'KT   ROUS  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA.  WHOLESALE*"  J. H. TUR  ��������� rui'OXtTBKg   OF   ���������  \my26  At DaN0U7I0J{ & KURTZ,  AND      RETAIL  ER & CO.,  -^     .. _ -���������w������*.;na of ���������  s !SdSio2lTci,ka> Shaw,s>Drcsse6  uauorc ounng, Gloves, and every  description of Drapery Goody 7  ^TABLISIiED,  1858.  &   06.  AND  Van ;ITolUenhurg  RETAIL    BUTCHERS,  BARKERVILL"B,   RICHFIELD,  ,        MOSQUITO CHEEK.  A supply of frcshgrrioat^fall descriptions constantly  LETTERS  ESr  on hand.  Y M  SAWNEY'S  ���������   'ANO  C A RIBOO     R H  'BV  JAMBS  AKPKK90xV.  ���������on* i-y  PRICE,'       -  1 For-fiitta lit -tho'SBNTiNEL OJBcc;' ant r*r*M  IposK free of charge.  m  mm  i^sas  !^wrwni*n^w  ;w^r

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