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 '���������  ry-vM  Bairkervillfe; ^illi^m:;���������^)Bk: B.C., Saturday, March 22, 1873  ? '!{"'  y       Published every Saturday by-.     i>>!  ; R O B E R T 2d&VLXo:W AT'*  ,i.. .i!l    ,       j t ���������< ��������� .'    ������������������ -��������������������������� ��������� -'    ', M'.   ������������������ ���������������������������:���������   ������������������'. y  Subscription, > * 60 Cents per Weefc.:  ������;,,--.. -j-; ���������;.-. :*atesof advsehsjks; r '������.���������'  , ��������� Jror one square (one loch), tl rst insertion^ ,.'��������� $ 3   \  ''"'"'',Vii\. ,-v ���������1"':\i '.U *���������"'. ;,:��������� .01(0mouth,..-.���������.. .yyfrcji  ;. 'For tiroaqliftre������f fl'rbU-n'sertioriy. V "*}'",'..,'- -"*:.' ��������� 6,1  i,:���������';';*' 'yy'1 ***k* v#heniohthV ���������' ���������' V>}*;.-������' -yvfly-j  f &</o  Agents fo? the * ��������� Paribot> Seittmel.",  : ^ri WftiJci*. > ������������������:��������� A  jiQiicsnolmotttfiv >. -.���������  >-;$wla Creek;-.;<-i- v "*  Clinton,   r,/;:.������v ���������  ������'Tale^f'-h ������������������'"*/- :  ? "NftW Westminster,-,  ���������!Vletorift^y*;;ftfi������'  :;'!.. * P.-,.pij������berj- ,<>' -2X  }%*hnk'Ori*i *"������������������-;'    -  ^Street,   :-;���������; "��������� i;  :v'���������.���������<;   -^A D^McTnnos.  yy-    Bnmnr<Ts Express  y-:��������� y: Baruard<'B Express  .-;; * 2 '*: Barnard V Express  ��������� .: :��������� ; ������������������do.-'-y -';r.do,.;;.y  l2������'.'..-:; \ 2y;- Jolm Murray '  '���������:*���������:��������� :v; ���������iy, r Mr Webster. '  ,���������',.���������. ;..... San FranciPco  2������.2. - SunFrancisco  . 30 rJiirbhlH V ixmdpiiy E. C.  ���������fyu?  ; jfjgis i^IBboJSENtlNEX,  X5ard������; Olr<u !ars>:Pri*terf* and Frnfframmee for  y vyyBaH^and^Theatricai: Entertaintnents kM  $&rWx< 'cttted >vi t^neaf new aiid dispatch Xj&$>  > /        ������.','.  ,Tennfl moderate. , ,* .,;,;'-.  y;. Q"PsneVmon th;"; March^ "1 S~U^.������!a'ep I left  l������ere at; 8 ^oNjIocV-t$* ^ HainiUen  .d Hying,-and I); Oppenbelmer and Ja������yBoyce  *M'passengers.:   "i y        \\ ��������� \ ���������'��������� 2f ,     '* --,,  'I ^l^ylylll^^^ ihllllyll'-l i ���������"���������;  : Swibomigh; *March:15^-Erom tbe; Britlsb  Colonist we glean the following:    .vv  y H.M.S. Clwilenijer, wnichlins just left,En<r-  ���������Jan.fi: on a ^lrveyingVtrlp^wil) roacb E������qnl*  mmh mme time in tbe Spring of J 875. aad ar*  ���������riy������ back home In^ the sprinj? of 1876.'  ���������':" Captainj Lewls^''toif������ Victoria. ^isp6������erl of an  O mi tieca , nilg������e t! weighing; $249 to Wei la  FHrgo.iCo.lon last,Wednesday^   It was dug  outon Manaen: creek.   -���������.;. .>������������������:���������>,:.-     !  Two ' peraonsi from ; British Columbia���������  Messrs.i; F. Qiiin h and G. Mi tchell���������appeared'  ���������In ttiis matk^et'"'HWly;"tp 'piltcbaBe horses to  snpply.a, colony: with teams and breeding  stock who aro iabout to. arrive from i England  and settle on lands about 150 miles north of  Victoria. They purchased eight head at Ka-  lama and in the Cowlitz settlement, and when  last heard from were on Lewis riven  y^y ; -. ;���������   SAN-JUAN, -  ;  San Juan Island, March 15���������The President  has. issued a Proclamation relative to the  claims of settlers on San Juan and the other  islands lately acquired by virtue of the award  ofthe Emperor of Germany, in which he orders that all lands included in said award be  withheld from sale or disposal of any nature  under pre-emption, homestead or other laws  of the United States until after the claims of  the occupants shall have been adjusted. y  UNITED STATES,  San Francisco. March 14���������The jiiry which  tried Margaret Ryan for assault with a deadly  weapon ori Jeremiah King, found her guilty  of simple assault  It ia thought by many that Postmaster Stone  has not been removed as reported.        ' ;  The body of a man found in. the bay this  ssiorhing was identified as that of Herman  Beck, of St. Louis.  IllTha sentence d Mm Devine* for th������ mur  der of Knap p., was: postponed two weeks to  enable counsel to prepare a statement on motion ifor a nW trial.  a Joha Taylor, a^hiprcaulker, while at work  this nffcernoon, felLdown suddenly, bleeding  from tfce mouth.) His fellow workmen placed  bim on deck; and in a few minutes he expired  ��������� Kappu^lhejman'.ar^  for" sending obscene, matter .thrbugh the mails  to this eity^wos fined $500 in the police court  t0^ay:y:'Vy<r2ly..y Vy  fTew York*; March 14���������The Times publishes  a lettertrpni:.Fremont defending himself from  charges of-v.frsnd,or any eonqectiqafwlth the'  ;Mfmphf^ai^^^  ,The Health Board caused an examination  of the Toombs. Result ribt known, biit it is  undorstood. the building is'nhfit:for-habitation:  ���������: ,Sa11 Lake.: March i^jjfo farther danger, is  feared, of interruption of rail road travel from  show during the present season. . The track  is entirely Vc^r^pn'/Vjith the IT. P, and !C. P.  roads.', Tlio \ snow1 is melting yeryj rap id ly  Shipments! of ore arid,bullion from this point  o������������t;ftr?;:Ve>^ .  ! San Francisco,VMarch 1^-PaVtieai are here  ri^gotiatihg the purchase of thi:steamer New  World to run as,mall Bteamer,between'01yn>-  piaaridVictoda. t VyXyyVy- yyyy- ���������''  i:New^Y6rky March 16���������A' dispatch, from  ^^^ington ^ajrs. It v?'rumored���������> thai!i&overn-  ment is to take steps to establish a new State  ontlie^xlcariside'bf the Rio Grande. San  Liiisis to be its;eapitaL V '.':" .,,';,  .^ jValleyp, 5 March 13^-Thia af tern oon James  D^yPa^e.yWas y placed urider^ V bail 'J by the  ���������U. S.OonimiaBioners of San ^ranqisCQ. Page  ^ji'^iie^seiiAraterl^'tt ago.   Mrs  Page returnei from Sap Prancisop this after-  nooni! s Page went to;his former wife^ room,  oyer Postfs drag slore, ftpparently depressed  | ju spirits, and locked the door, after putting  out his two daughters who were present. The  children stood in the hall and heard their  father open conversation with his wife, making charges[against her.whicbshe indignantly  den (eS. "The next instant came the rep or t of  a pistoli f oliowedvby two other shots in immediate succession.:   "This children screamed,  when a;passer by at once rushed to the door  and burst it in.   The first object that caught  bis glapce wag Mrs Page falling and blood  comio^ frotn a .wound in her neck. Page lay  prostrate upon the ..carpet, having-shot his  wife through the,neck and himself through  the head,;the ball entering his right temple.  Mr Page died* at 6 o'clock.   Mrs Page is still  sensible, and there are slight hopes of her re  co very.. V,      ; ' ;.-.:l';  y  y ,;     y  EUROPE.        y  :,,������������������  TLoridon, March 12���������The House of Commons, after a protracted debate, rejected  Gladstone's University Bill. The result was  announced as follows:���������For the Billr284;  -against it, 287.  London, March 12���������Gladstone waited on  the Queen at noon to tender bis resignation.  It is probable that Disraeli will be summoned  to form a new Cabinet.  The scene in the House of Commons last  night when the defeat of the Ministry on the  Irish University Bill was announced was in*  describable. The excitement was intense,  while the opponents of therneasuro indulgfid  in turaultuoua cheers. .;  Among; those in; the gallery, which was  crowded, were the Prince of Wales, the Princess Louisa, and Prince Christian. The Scotch  and Welch riiembers supported the bill, and  the Roman Catholics were unanimous in opposition.  V  After the announcement of the result, Gladstone arose and said:���������The vote just given is  certain?? of a gray*  ueyer wishes to continue its deliberations  when the existence of the Government is in  doubt. I move an adjournment until Thursday.  Gladstone ia the House'of Commons, and  Granville in the Houbo of Lords, announced  &at the Ministry had tendered the Queen  their resignation, which her Majesty had accepted.  Both Houses adjourned.'  Granville stated that the Cabinet bad resigned becaiise of the adverse vote on the  Irish University Bill, and asked foran.ftdr  jonrnment, which; was agreed to. :;  'Disraeli to-day received a summons from  the Queen, and Immediately proceeded to  Buckingham Palace. .':.''.._  :. Disraeli, white riding through Westminster  to-day, was enthusiastically cheered.  Owing to disaffection among tlie Conservatives, 'Disraeli will probably\ refuse... tp take  office. (,-.-��������� v. ������������������'  }. v .. : .���������������������������'"���������' ''i:-  "��������� The Queen has sent for I Granville, who Is  now endeavoring to form a Cabinet. .  ���������Lptidpri; March 14th���������Midnight���������Disraeli  waited on the Queeii to day, andVwas re*  quested to form a new Government. He gave  no definite answer, anc*. begged time tooon-  suit with his friends, of whom" several were  abroad.. The Queen acceded,, and Disraeli  immediately forvvarded telegrams to Lord  Derby, Cairns, and Carnarvon. Until answers  arrive it;will be impossible to foretell result.  :, New.York, March 15���������A Loadon special  says :the facts with reference to Disraeli's  position are respectfully; ind icated to the  Qtieeis.and the difficulty ha:, would have to  confront if ,he assumed office consideriag the  Parliamentary opposition of his opponents.  He will therefore delay in order to consult  his friends,   Lord Derby arrived last night  from Paris, and had a. long consultation with  Disraeli. -No decision was arrived at, however, nor will there will be until to-morrow.  Possibly D>israeli may accept office.   If he  accepts, he will probably finish up the busi  ness;of the session by the end of June.   The  Conservatives all over the coiinlry Ore very  confident a% to the result of the .election.  . The Weekly Economist says a rumor was  current last night that the Earl of Derby has  yielded to the request of the Conservatives to  undertake to form a new Cabinet.;  The Spectator reports that^ Derby will take  the Premiership, but says he is determined to  appeal to the country.-  The Morning journals generally are of  opinion tbat the Conservatives will settle ell  questions relative to the Ministry, and state  that Disraeli has declined to accept office and  waited upon the Queen at Buckingham palace  this morning to-aonounce his decision. Earl  Derby coincide'| with Disraeli's conviction.  that the Conhervatives cannot assume the responsibility of forming a Government at this  time. .  London, March 16���������Gladstone had an interview witb tho Queen yesterday. It is  probable that a further adjournment of Parliament will be asked for on Monday. '  Madrid, March 13���������A train was thrown  from the track by Carlists near. Villa Franca.  and while thus disabled the insurgents opened  fire and killed the engineer, fireman, and two  brakesmen. The passengers and guards bar  rleaded themselves in a neighboring house,  from which they opened a brisk fire with pistols and muskets, The.Carliats finally took  to flight  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS;,&o.:  Vaillancoxir, Lavery & Co  [SUCCESSORS TO N. CUNIOJJ  Beg to Inform their friends 'and the pub Ifcthat thai  havo taken,tbe well-known premises io Barkerville  so long favorably patronised,while In the occupattoa  of.MrN. Cunio.       ��������� .   Afyv.        .;  will .b������ manufactured andJsoldjby|Wkolcsale aad R������  tail in iu purity, ami- .  The best Lictuors & Cigar?  i    "i - -x -   -.   .       ''-;;*'���������        . ���������   '   ���������    ���������'" ���������    *.    '.''���������-.''  constantly kept on hand.     . .;;y  The Lodging Department  will bo always carefully Jattended .to, > and the best  Beda and accommodation provided; for their customers. ��������������������������� *���������.'_ -.:       "('delft  8taktlet; Hotel,  HAVING PURCHASED   THE    ABOTB  ' Hon'l from Mr J. J. Robertson, begs to Inform  tbo"travelling public and the Miners of Cariboo that  he will do his utmost to. sustain- tho well-oarned reputation of ttio bouse as a first-class HoteL . ��������� :���������  Will as usual be furnished with the best the Market  aflforda.  Is well|stockea with Spirits, Ales, ^Vines andJCigars,.  Are coi^tortably furnished, and a large addition t*  tho number of rooms Is now being made.  Are tbe best in the Upper Country, and wih  always be well supplied with Hay and Grain.  ju20  PROCEEDS OF PERFORMANCE given on 1st March  for tho benefit of David Jones:  Total proceeds,  Expenses,   -  $352  41  Net proceeds,   .     ���������     .     $311  SS^- Any.ono wishing to see the expenses ia detail  can do so by applying to  .  .    WM. McCOLL,  Secretary aud Treasurer C. A, D, A.  Or F. r������BRKT,  mrI5 . Manager.  EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THB.Y HAVE REMOVBD  to tbo spacious premises formerly known aa tba  St.  George Saloon, where, frtiey will beatall.tinMS  prepared to furnish  BOAED  OF  MEALS  AND  BEST  Tho? BAR       furnishedriwitblgthej fiaeat WINES?  MQUORS and CIGARS.  J   -  eum ''2y,  r-y.-i'. <;'I  tyyy  yy^y  :;y  -;.- VV .��������� ������ ������'.  11  ~l)U  Sill'  Miff  111  Hi  lill  ���������i������,'v>vy>"  1' .,������ y'  1 <';���������  vyy  cu, {, y  ill  ".i^.-y'vyr:  <y.-yS-  ,}:sjy.yy,.  rat:  -<  I ''  IW I? 'if* il>TTr*AA QP������rri\rT?f 4to make the machinery work easily,, there  "*S?:���������-'���������" '     ���������- -   -- ��������� ^T^nV ^t' ' "���������--' h������������k fias-not^een usid without a sparing hand  S.VTORDAY, lK^Km^?vv|^fv%  ..-! wbere;Biere sinecures are in^^^pngand^^t  ijjie'.frmts <ff^tbe presen1������njea|jirea}towards  retrenchment^ ;^ll be fo^c'6'WDg.-jiri5^ue,  ���������fieaSjeTi'4:y.XiXXy .. V ���������'��������� -..  'v% vyltv''";'<:' .yy':- t��������� '���������'"���������  ���������yIt is wftlitbtisiclerable .������&������Tsfa'l6tion;'that we  review tbe- proceedings of the past session,  and: wei may rest free (^oratanxiety in the*  futtire in ���������respect of the forebbdl n p r so freely  spbj^tyatifl^  Represeritative Instifu libne.   -������������������-.;���������';.  ���������;    Vibe work of ^eeecond session of our Pro-  *'������������������ ^inclal Legislature^ which ^s lately been  ri:^fprog������ed^ baa: been trough t to a successful  Xyy "lermiHation, and we are ena^btedy to  look  : Ijacfc:Mpbn the proceedings of fbe House and  ���������:  :"^the Actspassed Simng'flie session with rib  ���������sfeali am session;  -���������- : tjomtnencihg as it did with the defeat and  resignation of the MoCreight Ministry; threat-  , h^eapdjp^^ litttthiiwgh not  % *^HncW  i tb fchie present Premier and Ms colleagues,1  . ��������� consideririgtbedifficulties tbey had in' forin-  : - .,Ini������a Ministry of, sufficient strength,& barty;  C*vihrdug:hy itS measures/ W gite; our mejed of  :   praise to them, and our thanks: for the many  ��������� valwable Acta and important measures ^bi<Sh  they hife passed ^ndj������n^eticany carried  : "���������'���������������*���������' :  - V-:"- ^ 2'-   } y }'���������:.'-Vyy : yy.    .y  y: The number of Acts passed are forty-fctire<������  '*> J4he;whole of which, with the; exception of one  ^   ������_tbe Legitimacy Bill���������have "received the  /yXi&itenant-Gov^  Acta passed -are of considerable importance  2 . to pur district, two of thes^e b^ing especially  a ^ppjica^te^h^re^ gr*^^y^Wife^bldMini ng;  Aiwendment Act and the William a Creel^ Fire  Brigade Act.  If the former of these naeasures  S itneetsiwithf b^t'S^moiety of the success^whicli'  :y   it has been the obji^ of^the1 Legislature^ to  attain, we may loo/C forward to tbe prospects  *, nof(^the ceoiinfts^Orii witn^eyeEy,confidence;J  ^ f^dMoan kifl^  ythat will very materially add ^ our:prosper^  Ity irt the future, ^fhe (tieiiefi^of>l the; Fire  Brigade Act to our town no one wilt -bet'dis?''  : "posed to caUJa;question after ,0,11 r experience  'iy^'062,ipmevk d Jsastrbijs: jfi reiaodSthe Rreati  losses which on that occasion m. Many oi our  merchants;sustained; ,    y: ��������� ' y '.'XyV  ^2 < ��������� ^tnopfestbther"Acts we may^metitioni the  ^Jiiirti^sJurisdictionAxjt^  "  ' of'the Peace to try cases where two or more  - were^previbttsly^required;t;Thi9:wili befbiitid  of great use in an outlying district like I bur  own, where Magistrates are few -and those  pipjffibly^esident ^tJSpl^ei������S(^^istabces  fi-sow each other. The^iirbrs? Allowance Act,  ^~p^ vvln g^iJ nrprs^he^  b, inal - casesjwbich tliey have hitherto be'eii al  flowed in civil;cases; will be^ fully appreciated:  v by inany "of our: Jurors^particularly those,  who haves ^en oarVieii-away"fromJtheir bus};,  pegs and occupation at the expense of fm:  : ploying ethers^ to Mipply^ th^ir ^-placea during'  v their % compulsory :absenk5e,"tor thbugli^the al- ]  , 4owance is > but?amal 1 it will be at l^ast of  partial assistance^ j'to?; them in defraying". the  y  expense to which tbey are uiiavoidably put.  :. Tbe^iij^)^ Judges  of the County Courte to' act as Judges of Ube  lltnittg: Courts, recommends itself^at jleasii ;in  : a pecnc|ary point of view, saving, as it does.;  "at libw muchliiconvenlence we will not say,  the proving^einecl������Bsity of providing -for  the pay merit of a Gold Commissioner's salary.  i..;:-(,:.'ii3,he?- two" takation Acts��������� namelyphe \Vild  Land Tax Act and the.Road Tax: Act���������are  m e^iii^s^hijctf^H i; at^ once: cbine in tp p p er-  ation in the district. ; The former we may  pass. wii h a) b r ief men tio n, m we are no t  ��������� aw������ire of lands of any extent held within this  district unimproved, and for the purposes of  mereispeciiiation. so that its operation wii|  be chiefly confined to the lower districts of  the Province. ?The latter Act���������the Road Tax  ���������hieingvat a fixed rate of $2 per head, seems  hardly proportionate to the amount of advantage derived by each: individual, or the  wse and benefit he may derive from the roads.  As it Is the intent of the Legislature to expend  tlie in 0������ eys derived from each' district with in  tuat district, however much any individual  may demur to the mariner of taxation, under  the circumstances we do not think any one  wllbcalvjl at so.smalt' ati amount when :they  consider the advantages which a district like  our own will derivb from increased facility  for traffic. - ,.  The gallantry of ������4Diir representatives has  b e:i U"u^tral������rl by the passage of tbe Af arried  Woinar^s Property Bill, the Wives'Assurance  Uill, and the, Homestead Amendment Act;  and we can now safely recommend unmarried  ladies to at once put themselves in a position^  tn take advantage of the privileges conferred  by tfioae Acts-  We cannot close our brief review of the  proceedings of the session without referring  to theretrenchmentpblicj of the Legislature.  Or**at have been the changes ; and however  ilifiicult it may seem in the first effort to  carry out measures of this nature to the  satisfaction of every one, still the measures  adopted by the present IVlinislry are of a kind,,  that though time ma^ be required in order  HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS!  yXyy.2X};yyxyQAJmPXi lll''l I !'l  ^yi?o Mvi. (MkJ^mWmo^ f^Si^r-On1 pent-  pal of y^ir ������*Td .in therSkntikel <rf .last week i  I fiiid whatj^xalian ^wer to my tetter of  tlie: 8th'��������� inst-;��������� antf!nave come toVttie^onclustori  that it is a^iripst remarkable^^rpductiori arid  well worthy.pfioyou^as the author,'containing,  as ifcdpes:aeerie^of yfalseliqods;;from begins  nin^Jto :en^ which I wjll prove;fif not to: your  satisfactibn; at-feKat to thib s^tisfectiori \bf the  pffl>life^ari^fbr further proof tb*8tibstantiate  what'' I^aay,^!*'; will* leave1 itf to fniir-fifths:of  tkmo' ,wbo^ iwero present a t \ the Yan Wi n kl e  .meeting^ of>the^l7th,of la^t mouth, and(abide  iby their deiisibri."',I _'. . j* r7   ]\ .   '2,    .���������}  In the firet;place^^vsay^tha^at that meetr  ing ybu-yidmot favbr>"XJpanIs or'Ij&ises;#  ;  2d. jTbat Ivdonot/iOwn oneifoo,t;of ground  on.'Lightning,Grelek..,, -���������:,... y -.,,������; n,,V.*������r ^   ,-���������' ���������,  ���������^a^:That;a|l I^warit.is.^bj.;^freeze^3he  ^110^8*011^"     ,v v"'    '*' v --"-,- ~y    '.m>  4tb. That I am a New York Democrat, -and  g0rfe,������jyjpolitieal? education:therfej &cJ   y Vi y  Now; asctp:yowr: first assertibpT I moat ������em-  jyhatically^-say ?that yypuw 3i^%Jayor  -both  ���������*'��������� giants ��������� and leases^J: under jjcertam restfic-  tiorisf-f# an d^A furt her,^yoVi f p w hi-Resol u tio n  beara that constructions ^But * what^ y<^u ^cHd  intend -to ���������-* say, Ji do, not knb Wi jand; cai^ less\  fbr ybjir argument, if: .itcpuld^e called mi^;  was1 'as 'clear^as mud i^nd^ith it and your-  subslqiieritWdirbriuls; what' fewJTrjepds. yott  had, saidvtbby -were ashamed:of ?ybu! 'X yVy  X&dyl sa^that I own~-and ihimy;bwnvri&me  ^a^^jmicb.' -,it-> n01: niore; ^ning^ground /bn  Ligh'thing^^Creek' than ypudo | and wherv yon  wrote5those lines yb^iwere}aware IhatiyoVi  ^rote a rlejiberate falsehood-r^arid wii II say  further,,,J tbft;ve/tluis,|arsajway^ paid i myVas-  lsebsments'in;tuli."yy yyl ,,<,,.. y< ' ;��������� X<> V 'V-'  L!JAs'foWybiir;list lissertiohH I-5tyw$y thisyto'  sfcy WT 'anf a^ ���������' Republican Democrat/'^itt  .notif^m^New STbrk i(i fjl- wasj I atill ��������� would bje  ptoxid qf,-it% -i Further^tem 1 acqiiainted '��������� with;  some^on this creek that hail Jfrom Jjfew York  who* are gentlemen, arid^ intellectually and  physicallyP:you- arb riot worthyHo^"black  their iiobtftP .^iln 'ithe:clty referred4rt I have  heard it said ai smalt part:is calledy'f Five  y lyy.:   JLp^^ g] ll:  ;��������� '��������� 'B'V: ym j :    PB������VINCUL SkCRBTAnY^OFFICE,  'y-yvy X ' ��������� ^Marcb, 1873.yXyy-'  ^!E5a Excellency the: .LienWna^^ye^bor  feas been^^ please^^=:to make the folfoWi hg appointments under '^ The Sheriffs Act, 1873":  ' RrcaAitn Woods, Esq:.for Vahconver Island;  -iHpxRTSV. EDMONpa;J&g5 mrjj^o^Ci^ nf  Nbw iiVestiriirister^: * ���������   ' :T' '���������'������������������ t*?yyyyyy^: *: ������������������>  ^jteorok Byrnes, Esq^j for Cariboo;;: ���������:  yyyy; 'H'By^'CbminandlSu^^'^ X' 2^ '...' %i  , 1^1.2 yXyyy-JOHN>fASrt,y,;:^, l'^1  )y'X' ,^ Erpviueial Secretary.  y yyy y   pRovisrjiAt; SaCRETAttr's OfWCB,  :&^-KpSk&y  }'���������: Hia Excel lenpy i' tha. Lieu tenari t.������Gbverno r  has - bee ny pleased to: appoint; Hkmut ;Si.tk| [L.S]  M a son*, Esq., to be: Deput-y 11 Registrar of the  Sufii^mevCpiirt of British,Col^        .  :;:;v''-X ���������f"'.;:!'By cbinm'������iidi;K''^ii:i:':r:>^ -:>: '������������������ -:  ;;  Provincial Secretary.  hereof, have full force arid effect ih tbe Elec '  loral District of CuribpbVfxbe^t% portion  thereof known as, the[\ Omineca Pollini? ]>i  vision, and-lri. the^Elecforal Disiricftof Koote  nay.        . VJ    7-   ������'<  '    . \- \    it  hi TKSTrtoNr^WHKnROP; We. have; caused  theae^Hir Ii^terS|tb W ftn^  the Great S������^i ofcttie P^qfincbof British  Collimbia to be hereunto affixed:   \VlT.  ...'., n.kss; ihe  Honorable.,. Josbph Wnxmn  ; Trdtcii ���������-Lieut en anV^i b vern or ofthe said  .^Province of British ColUmbia^inlhe Cily,  1 ���������" y o f Victo ri a. i n the M Id v Pro vi rice, this  Fourth;day of March; in the year of Onr  i   ; "^ an^  - * Seventy-tlifee[ arid in^he thirty-sixfch yuar  .y (if-Pur Reign. '2Vy VV' ~'y.  J&vonmKhft^-yy*''i%VV2y"y.y '���������:.���������:'!��������� .���������  /...y.JpHN.vASH.y 'VXyjy yWvX,  : Provincial Secretary;'L 'tnr22 4m  yX22y  '' :y tROVINCUL S^RRTAUY's OFFICE,  y-yy^ ��������� ���������-i^���������:-���������������������������^th������������������Mkrch;:i873:;,^...; ,.,  ^Hisl^eile  has been pleased to"a^ppbiri^ W. Ci;s BrinkifiLKY,  fejtf to Abe Audit Clerk' '* for |f thei Province ot  BritwhrColumbia.v;^>{- X -yy^.yy .,:, *2v . ;,;i  *' *���������������������������"/. v fVBy command,t *,. ..-   , ������������������,., . ���������-*, .  ���������y2yy'2''X'y* -' :JQttx:Amyyy y'   -.  y :* ' ���������"��������� '���������'���������iX'f"';''''.v'-'^ProyiijtiiatSecretary;  JOSEPH W. TRUTCII;  -2-y2^\y^^iyyV2-\ :r; .  PROVINCE OF -BRITISH OfLUMBIA.  VKTORl^Vby the''Cfraca? b? God.; of the  Un i teci Ki 11 ������d nirii pX, Great, ,B ri tai n a n d Irs  'l':".*_ J%"   f\o������.-��������������� y������.'' TN'"'i."y:Ji '.'l.'',:#.'���������'������ li'.'.*'*T������ '"sVi*   ������ ���������      ���������  Jand, Qpkkx, Defender ofvthe Faith", <fec. &o  To all to whem these presents siialt come,^  ^GRKKTiNa^ v yy ������������������ yv' "��������� y x-' ��������� "��������� \ ���������  #:$^:'^:#:pS^iiA^f iGWAl I"  Points;^ and judging from your ^X3ard"iyou  won 1 d bven'disgyace that n h 1 nribus 10eal i ty  either)aa; a^** mari"; ory11 pol^^icTariv, ��������� I Will  not fiirther:notice ypiir^Catd^ibuUwilt te;j  rypn my perapnalppiniori}; of; you. y/You are  n^ a great man.; nor can y you ever ybeyorib.  frbni; the1 apparent fact that .you ,lackV;pne of  the mostf i ������ri pprtahItr req nisi tea���������fe rai ris ; an d  ypii need ntn ask- to be^: written;; down; an  ^ aRfi/?;;for^ by :ypnr yown worda^ you have  written yourself do wii aspne.: f; : . Vy ; y  yYon hay a tried^ in a siriall v?ayr pbiitics:  anid becanae a person^ differed with you. with  all the !*^Bi^linffflgate,, *at*ybnr cbmmarid you  have tried to traduce his private character.  In that yon proved a failure. VyV  In con c lusion,.: I. h ope 'a generpn a pu blTc  will throw arbun d y 011 r 1 aat p rod ii ct io ri the  " mantle of charity," knowing as it dhea that  it was tbe last "brny*?: from a 'rdefunct''  editor. I will persorially wash my hands of  you and this dirty subjeek. promising' riever  ajjairi to give it even" u gassing thought. In  future, if yon have any business with me, you  can always find me at riiy place of my irasi-  dence���������in a village called Yorkville.B.C.  Jas. Burdick.  Lightning Creek. March 18,1873. '  :..;-.! ,y y PROVIXCrAIiiSKCRKTARlT'^OFFlCK  ,;f-ii." it; Vr,;;,)��������� "<,';j tV:4th March, lbj'5. -.   ;:' -/'���������  ��������� His. Excellency^ the/,Lieulenant-.(jf0yernor  hasfbeen pleased,to 'appoint������the followinj������  Cferitletrien to be"Assesaoi*a arid Cbllbctoi-s under and tocarrv out the provisions' of^v Thi-  fI^nd^^Act:l^3;y^.y^r;^    6sy VV  ;'. firoiiARpr\yoons,;EsQ:, foytt Yictpria.Distilet.  Jjsgliim alt; ai^ Xl^libsjnDistrj cfc] j^qui ma It  ^Tbwuv^jstrib^ ?aud^ Lakpyland Saaiiich Dis.  .tricts.-     :-}y2   y'_  y .1. ;M 2 2 U -y 1iq ��������� yy n  1 Wiluam ^Stewart, ^Q.^fprNanaimb Dis  SwP;''.:'"^^ y.y XV-lyi ~yllVX':- ���������  -' John -jiSniirf. K?q ^ ft rCbwichan tnd? Sal;  Spring Isi arid Districts; & %���������$ y ���������'*>������ *f /t* ift y  Josbpk Ronk!iT������o.rEsQ.. foiCptri'ox Districfc.-  Senry- V, Edmonds, J^4 ���������; j<>5 V$$?t \ vWest  minster District. ��������� " .;' '*' '\ " y~ 2 :- '"l' ; :|j  ? R: ^r^iowK^^EsbJ.; fbr1 Port Easmjrtori. "^y  yJSuisjmis :P; Griff^Esq^^fb^Yale rDis  trict. y . ��������� '   .X, ��������� .   .-' -n-.' -'yyyy-2^ ,>T ;  Taop. R. 3u 1 ������ Esq, , for Lyjttp n pi strict!;,; ;*  yiokk bi>ynr Esq:, tor Kar/ifoops District;5* :^  ? Ai.EXANi)BK Robb; EsQ.V fbr Nicola^Distnct.  ' Charlks iE/)Pof*3> EsQi^fori Lillooet' Dis  trict; ..: yy^-Xy yf}Xi^m yXih 2 yVy\. y-y yV  Epflr^iV.T^^^  GKoubW Byrnks, Esq; for;Ciiriboi)j I)fstrie 1  Cornislius;Booth, Es^,i for Kbbteiiay I)is?  tricU-y -.;'.-v, ,\}:.':./'���������_y.-r-s)'yy yyyy���������'-���������������������������"W.?::V���������  -   .     i By command, fy,  , .-* ..**  ,;;....,.: y2yy^yrrXJ0m-^^yy'y:yl^  mr22 3m ,/   Proylnctal Secretary  WAiSri WHEREASbv Section  uteral.-j y Zoty The Road. Ex-  Gf.o. /A,  ^AUorpey Gei  teiisiori^Act, 1873,' it is: providedy that the  Lieutenant-Govern or in Council mayi by, Pfo-  c la matt b n, create any lipi-iiji ii;,r>r ;>poiM igns of  the Main hind 'hf 'British'=: Coin iriblV^n tri;: avRoitil'  District or Districts, with such ���������b.bniiiiaries aa  he shall tlunk fit: * : - ,yy}. \'f 2  '.''"��������� And wliereas tlie Honornb 1������..^Toskph Wil-  -hiam TRUToir^as: snch Lieii teriai 1 ?-Go vern0r in  Gpuneji. ;a������-afy* by viriue of  the'poWers ffnd .yuthbrilies ^conferred upoti  J>himJn^C|Uincjl asja^ii'^ai^ and pf^\iy^t\m,  ^Kovieri and iuiffi'olrities! lilnf; in Ittfat ^bohalf  enabling,; ha tli ordered that the .'.Ub'ad.'. Dis-  ������ric ts, lierei n a f l er iiieiitioned.be: crea t ed ; ���������  ^ )N0^'KNOW YE^tl^  htejtbe^f ot I bwi Wg Rfiad; !0Sst4ct^bnii h m ,U-uj n-  land of Brit i^h Cu'himbiai tha I is u > my;:  piiHTHE^CARrB^  which shall'incliide alt that tract of * hind Iii-  tfljld^in;'llra?Crt iti -,:  proclamations;  In tlie Supreme Court of  . British Columbia.  v  GENERAL ORDER. ,, .  "V'OTTCR Is hereby given, that tho Supreme Court  i\ will sit in Banc, for the hearing or all motions,  argument?*, ftppeais, and other matters coming; before  the Court in Bunc, at tbe Supreme Court Room In the  City of. Victoria, for tbo following terms, oa the days  heitcihalter mentioned, namely:   '  For Hilary Terra from the 15tb to 25th February;  For Easter Term from the 16th to 25th April;  For Michaelmas Term from-the 15th to25th November.  [LSI       JOSEPH W.TRUTCH;  :dlV^-}'-yy:V^^^L^Ixl^y^i X  TOVpE0^TISH COLUMBIA.  7I0TORIA; by: tbe Grace ,of God, of the  United Kingdom of Great Britain and Irer  j land,. Qubkn, Defender of the Faitb,- &c, &c  To all to whiim these presents shall corner  yy -y GUKBJIXO.    'V'y. X*i  \. A PROCLAMATION..  Gko. A. Walkem, ) WHEREAS it ia pro-  .Attorney-General* j yided, by Section 1 of  ������������������The County Courts Extension Act, 1873,'"  that "The Mining Court constituted under  *���������' The Gold Mining Ordinance,18G7,? shall  , be and is hereby merged in the County  ** Court; and every Connly Court Judge of  ���������' British Columbia shall have and be pos  " ses'sed of the same jurisdiction, powers, and  ** authorities, as those had and exercised by  " the Gold:Commissioners appointed, acting,  "and presiding as Judges of the said Mining  i* Court; and all proceedings thereunder  "shall be had and taken in accordance with  u the provisions of l The Gold Mining Ordin  eluded in 1 he Lillooet;District, as f'et; f<������rr11 in  vh e Si - h ed i tie to >\T h eCon������tif u' ion. A ��������� t 1 ^ 7! H  ..,& TH E T ALE RO A Q^Tfil ^T- wbic 1  ha,) I jj ti c11 ud X a 11 t It atV t r������ c t ;'bf 111rid iticluVt*������"11  'iv theiT Ya(e!'District;'as:^et:n>rth in th^ Schedule to^������< The1 C������)it?tii tit ion^Act, 187 ii-^  4.  THE KOOTE.NAY RO A Oil (1ST RIOT,  which shall include all that tract of IWnd; in-  'diided in the Kbbienay District, as set forth  iii the' Schedule to-5 "'Tlie Cbnstilution Act,  1871." ->*���������'-��������� '2y-;yi yXyyXr ^rjyy   -  ,3, THE NEW WFSTMlNSTER-and COAST  ROAt) DISTRICTS; which sliali iiicjudo ail  that true V of la rid j ii c 111 d ed i tii he N e iv; We * t-  miuster and Ct)ast'Dislr!cls,r as set forth in tlie  Schedule to X The Constitution.Act, 1871,"  y In Tkstimont Wnkkkof, we;;have caused  J h ese Our Le ttera 1 o h e mad c Paten t, 11nd  the Great Seal of the Provineeot British  Co 1 ii mbia 10" be here ii hto a ffi xbd : Witness,  the  Honorab Ie ;'Joskph' AV11 jliah  :. T hutch; Lieu ten ant Governor of the said  r: Pr 0 v j n ce of Bri ti sh Col urn b 1 a, in I he City  'of Victoria, in the said; Province,:this  c    Fonrth day of March, in tlie yenr of Our  Lni-d 0 he Th 0 iisan dv eight1 h u nd red and  seventy-three, and in the thirty-Bixth year  of Our Reign;  By command. :.  JOHN ASH,    .  Provincial Secretary,      mr22 4m  VALUABLE MINING!-  CLAIMS FOR SALE.  There will bo no *itlins?1n Banc in Trinity Termi  In case any of .the days of the <lates named for the  beginning or flwlimr of the Terms should fall on a  Sunday or Public Holiday, then tho Terra will begin  or end oa the next folloving flay.  ^a^;- ,      : fMATT T. BEGBIE. C. J.  ft;a. \ Jhenryp.pru.rwobbase.-j.  1^1 I J. HAMILTON GRAY,.J.  Dated Victoria; January 24tb, 1873.        mrS3 tf  " ance, 1867,7.and> The Gold Mining Amend-  ������^^ment Actj 1872.';.'.'  And whereas a proviso is inserted that the  Ait should only have full force and effect in-  such portions of tbe Province as the'LieuV  Governor in Council might, from time to time,  by Proclamation order. ��������� ���������:  And whereas it is expedient tbat the said  Act should have full force and effect in tbe  Electoral District of Cariboo, except that portion thereof kUown as the Omineca Polling  Division, and in the Electoral District of  Kootenay:  NOW KNOW YE that We do order and  proclaim that '* The County Courts Extension  Act, 1873," shall, from and after the date  NR-THIRO OF TIIR MACPTTKRPOX CLAIM ON  WILLIAMS   CREiSK.     Tiiia   claim  is  paying  Btwidily,. '-���������, ��������������������������� ; ��������� ���������;  ONE INTEREST anrt a-half in tbo WEST OP ENGLAND CO. ou LifihiningCr������Gk This claim adjoiaa  the well-known Eleven of EnfflamlClaim. ��������� -.  Clear Bills ot Sale (ruarauioed,. ���������-..:,.  The above Claims are offered for salo in con������o*  quenco of the had health of the owner, and arc well  known to bo flrst^^lass mining property.  Apply to  WM.TRRLAISE.  rarlS lm. ':   . Willii;n-* tjro^lc  R. JAMES WICKHAM H0LPS ..:MT  tower of Attorney, and is fully authorized to  Collect all Debts duo' to me. All those knowing  themselves to be in my debt, by cither Note or. Account, will iilease make immediate payment to my  Ageuti "y :  P.MANETTA.  Bas?smrt3H 2M 0������iobor,pm. ������H5261m  **mm  mm {jI-BMSKNOTEI  SAT������$DAYS M^CH22, 1873;  *Ji  tt^RRlEDf  We saw two clouds at morn  Tingeofwitbythe rising Sun,  At flie eye, they ffoatediOQ,  VAnd mingled iptyone.  ���������%*?.$_%&  In Bnrfeervli l^iv^JiWirada^ evening. March  20th,.lS7fca^He #8%$$������of Andrew Kelly:,;  ^���������XJ^^by.ShelRe^V'JoW^Hall, Mr John  i'ituNR()K^bf^Atholi Canada, to Miss Mary;  WLxmkfrl Ayrshire^Scotlanli  ���������ff.-i  ���������V ^-^ W^^M^S^?^ ' Jill  ?*$ew%f& efeamer  1 lHh po 'Wilkes5 Her thi 1 ii p' u p'ti Ve? o n 2 It t.' -;: ���������;  *   Hon. iW.i if*. Annstrong, M in!ster *i>f Fi riarice  and Agriculture, $ra������ returned by acclanialibn  ���������last Saturday.'  5'.: '' V'.yyvyy ......     [I'XiiL  The Colqiiistof tbeylpthMys(tlie cable,will  'MMiSid'yforTre-layin^loo "Fffftay next.! No  d U patches were carried Co ve r Vthe b reakj y es-  -4erday, '���������' XfyXX'iVrX?Xl':-     V 2 ''���������������������������  :tm loss oe the Reamer wrighth  Vic to ria^j^Pch^iJ^Slie ? te������mo r Ri r Jam es  IDotiglas arrivt������<f here oiirSaturday, bringi ng  BENETOL'ENCS.  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  MISCELLANEOUS.  ;;^i8:,Cpmpany are hauling wood for fuel  and ^rearing material formasonry... Aa soon;  'fts-,^he\;%e^ber',iiriirperinit' they will Tesume  ftof& .?:*?:"$���������'*-_'   ''"���������'���������"   ��������� ;'��������� ���������*������'?..���������'.������������������ ���������  &ofy ?-;y \Vy,: X0WHEE OR/SEC. - ���������   ';jV' ' ���������'-'" "^  y:.)The Calaveras ce. have tappedHheir lower  sfeaft^and expect to have the diggings drained  to&3ey<$$$&. ,,.:! y-yyy; '.��������� \ ���������22..  ryyyX y,yy y LI0HTMN6 <CRKKK. ���������'.    . S " ;X \ .'-"'"'���������'~  ,'f yThe:Spruce ������co. woahedup 109 oz. last wepfc  '.tim^P^QZ. on,Thursday ..Lightning and South  'WA ftiS; taM in g'0n t ab oil t-exp enses. Van Wink le  draintyroceeding at the rate of 80 feet per  weefeoj Victoria and Vancouver companies  have:the water under eavsy control, and are  tlie -Sad news ConhViMtfg^  with regard to the loss ufrihe^learner :&?3A22 BarkCTVille^/Wa  Wiizht^nd^ery one on boiiiy.^CThe Lhur.   .,,.yyy^2yy-~.-2  ta le of siitfering ��������� and warm; w i th b etieyolen c&]  towards!��������� tUose 'wlio���������. wnmepcifuI''-dwaateT*1raa|  -foil owed .i ihwkh an d fo I lo wed. faster, unti l| I i te I  is a htirdenyjrrievons ^  gloriojis fjeel ihj; o f dnty wei I *p ������rformeii those  ladK^; a^ gentlemen inust -enjoy when; they  jayydo wn ������at ������igh t i n the still ness- of 'darkness,  an d: tIte o mni present Spi rit, oiir FatHer in  heaveji^ seems,'��������� toi#.be "neairet;   and as':ithey  mtfdjf$e3*lJ(*b"'ft ^ p������od deeds perform*d;j o(\  wants relieved, of,- the;;'tmn|$^ pass J  a "fitil'f \ila^5,ityupon ^'e.fading senses, 1 ike;J  8weetmu8>c:;yLe^tiis?^iv;e honor to' whbm"'  honoris dne.  EstO PEfiPETOA;  ������aroh:l������^87S:  , nJ5...,..... ,..,_.,  5W)/reiurn to j that.  ;n e w I" w h I c h wb u 1 d I  " 'rl  fegaearofe bee������wmpeH  ^y^sei^maa^n^ at^est.\i ',;;y)'j  \;--*yrtim "t|he} I inv'��������� tacfs -1) rou gilt*:' to , 1 ighVwre:  ^athei^btt^el un(ortu^te?steamer isi kiVowil|  to hav^ Cftlled ai Port;.,Ttm^  t he). &i&i tfitiinat*y as"; shelwhVfritiki ng hejr������ p-s  1 rlfV, whei'e.i'Jie toolt on:b oa rd the ustiii I irtiiils;!  Xii-Uiejreigjit.;;a:,ifr^chinan j!)Joinv Otnineca,i  *������;rii ifr Xti'iii������J\Vijlhijiis,%lu") ,wasy po^aei*sed at;  At fe is m*^vf eiuUai:tpi t|i# of>4 $15,&#' in gold;>  ^luFtyyStUl 'connnuirigh^  W ri ji litis k ti o w a, t������> liaw - reached Si tk a 4 ti  ^aU*iy% and,sit the latteri#ace Charles Kic������ai(lj  ^icl^haihjs \Va!idroii.ns ifell ns^Lieuft; l)ud^������. j  tJ.S/A., and a serva������t, were added to the jliv^j  iui������ fi:ei^hlj;:;whjch^  *ttdd. Mr WltldfoifAvT&s*..iiwner''-'of- a fiMhiug;i  *| a lionet a small b������y^ called Kiutuk, whiter'  1 \t*iM*J������S??5^IHP^t'fe4 fop^htf -purpose :Atf\  taking: ffeignt. con^i^ tin g of sal in on, skms.,  is  ,- , v: v., VpSITUATION. -,,'   -.:��������� /, -  "���������  < v , r    .,��������������������������������� Xitknin Crick, March 10.1873.  iy M R; fiorabn: +~I^ve: bin reed in'in your^piK  per^llabont wptl; the Legist I u>'fellers} hav  bin dnin talkln about interdiwin  into Caririibu< to golmlup, all -tbe^^minesi wtith^l  lieveni-rtorlftw������������������ ab<������111:-feehin������ iir>->maslreehry  aiul-Hich like^ 1h> work: uwi; :Je������t;-ia8].'if' we ��������� was  nqh oily Jab (1,-TOs dqin^pthirfl ^; : r��������� Xf  \ ivA'itlvwe4hort we liadvseiteled tbebizzines  when we sot xp oiirsraantes% leaned est: feller,  si tterxeriy by er bear (a' jiria n. <fe tir; wo t. is op-  Edttor S^WN^g^-Letjis pt^ homage;to  those who take promi.rence> in^deedsof henev-  ole.iice and cljarity .So 011^ midst.2Let a^  pxaiseiarid -tidhorv^e Jgiwriyttf -the Cariboo  Amateur:.T>ra*natic)^sociatipn,, the Caribpo.  Band.* an^ tfiose now? ladies kfid gentlemen  who kindly,asMstWemin their endeavo?;s to  aid those in ^need.-y Their: efforts: |pr  the .relief <$,tlie wa-nns of > poor lititl������:.y ch ildre ri  and:; to! assist' r the; npbor ttnd^ distressed J  have 'sTvajrsipiet'^vith^ncciefiSf' ;sli\5wing that  Chari^iastUi Queeii -$Uti$ fGracfg and xnjes  the hearts Jbfe all. .v-l^efllacUes and gentlemen  who iiiaugirrate; these'aid^ieHtertainmeiits5 areil  truly puWic - bene^factors,::nh# eritii led to tbey  plaudits of all- whor]\We mercyi:ah^whos^i  acts are governed,?;byV.tb^ great ;lmmanieing| M���������.. w _.��������� .  _ ^      law of kindness aiid whose hearts thrHl aUbe; making favorable progress.   The Clark co. is  . -1   i������ :..*..-: :t ���������:.;.; a ^^i ��������� c*i������ fc^a* ii������������i^n ok run ni ng a hew drive,. Th e Gl adsto-rte co. is  cbh tihuirig the ball 60n dViye. Bleyen of Eng  land Ctf. maferig expenses^  X-\ 'Xyyy'} "!f-'f ��������� AXTLER������CREEK.  ���������y. The Eweka cp.^bave.struelc a new. channel  between tlbe''(rid dinve and the creek, and  expept ;to be able to prospect it in ai few  weeks.f ;:The Napon co. are down: with their  bedrock*baft 45 feet, and will commence the  erection of first-cluss machinery immediately.  'File libthair co. struck a good prospect last  week getting G oz. $"9 from a piece of the  draitahey-feottomediip: Tbey can get from  $1 to $8, to the pan. . The ground looks ver^  well.  .���������; ���������.:';;���������" y"V '������������������. X'  nauvey creek.  The .perseverance co. is paying pver ex  '.p^p^^''Fh.e B������bminion ^cb. .find % Httte goldv  "Tne yMinriebaha are still running Iheir dram  ahead.yThe Foster co. find fair prospectsjn  tlie gravel, but are going to put in a new'set  I'bftpuaipSi '���������   '" '' :: ' ' ���������������������������'���������*v -'^'-VSy,    Vy'vi  -���������The Hon. Gko. A. Wai.kbm has been appointed acting I^Tewriec aud President of the  ^Ex^ti^ejfeouncliy v v y   ::��������� C X'i,     -. ': :"  .The Hon. Mr A rmstrong. our ne w. Fi nan ce  Minister.1 has been: returned^lof 'New West*  mliister'by accl am atio h.  ;-���������'���������'"��������� .'������������������������������������ X DEADER IN  Liquors. \1.  yy ������j  "��������� 1*  co is t. a ra 0 ng^the iii Kiu v ak.y. The. \Vr ight  ,iliji^j,ij^fiaye beerrkflBelialBe4ia,>.;anfj\ Mr 1  (loodhue purclia^d a barret ei oil wtiicb In*'  d i an s. h ad picked u p.. ,0 it sh ore.������. ,d.isiati ce .01  ^il0 ih;il������s; *boye-: Hhe -}d ace' wlivre ��������� tiie'w ceck  wuft fits* riiiwov fe red1, Cap eCautiott    It i������ also;  tf at;t thai otlier p^rts.of Jherriggi������g were found  i^iltii^eaich^ l������ag:^dislaii':eEu^ thei tiofast,  aiid that sigsts of a ro������&h  habitation  having  y been erected by - wli.i tepeople aresti II: v isi b le.  1 nn in con tra diction of the latter tii el Indians  ,; ahirm^bat they- have g^eii nothing of Ithe  wreck or its crewv; CaplfcvStimley;;of H.M.S.  Petrel, describes the cpasi as   tbe  roughest  a nd Wi Ides t; lie h as seen - in the w h^te ^coii rse  } of liie^xperi^noe. .In the neighborhood: of  * 'Cape Caution is a perfect pyramid of'' seas  and brea kerii *nd������ *to effec t a f m ding th ere,  unless with very fcyprabie weather, would be I  ."��������� *: tbidgimppssibleS 'yy _ ��������� U \^-?|;f\;.} ./��������� -. ?  The cluster of rocks known as the Devil's  Reef is doubtless the.location of, the catastro-  pho.   Among those lost is John .Williams, a j  well known resident of Victoria, who leaves  ft wife and family, to mourn their loss*  The passengers known to have been on j  board the Wright are as,-follows:^-Major;  Walker, tl^.A.', and wife'; Lieut. Henry O.  Dodge, Battery 0., 2d Artillery, and formerly  Quartermaster ai Sitka ; Ji>hri Williams, of  Victoria; Mr 8incheim������r, a soldier formerly  Quartermaster's Clerk at Sitka; Charles WaU  dron, Charles Kinsaid, and a mansupposed  to be named Hoban, and son, from Sitka ; a  cooper, who was at Work jifc "Kluvak, -name  unkaowu X ";��������� y  . EITROPB.  ������. London, March 17���������Gladstone will prob  ab ly resu ine the Premiership of, the House of  Commons.   This afternoon he stated that he  bad received a communication from the Queen  announcing there was no prospect of the Opposition forming a new Government.   He replied, placing his services at her Majesty's  disposal, stating he bad undertaken to consiiltl  his coll#agiies,.and they were now engaged  in considering what steps should be taken,'  .��������� and he proposed meanwhile that the House  adjourn till Thursday.  posed to^irnnca^tle^nd^^m  tsashaii*a:nd fiirrimennything,/and ennybpddy  wots got more' muhoey^thrin;^  a miic^iir. *wot knot;bebnirt,^.c!;e^p:!): ., \V^������  ;we sotliimi ir^tiiid be felled;all about wot we  thort^.iiv i:i't^w^'tltti n k'^ima;ttei^^s':Settel^,  'SUrrtlrt eleHtehs^f'hiriifwa^  youfcwr^hi^i;aiiid we;"w������^orful proud;wen  we^sfiird;hisspeacbapr|iited\in yure, palmer,  nowm  the Ps iiv^he hidrwurld wus ou uz  xpeciinuE; to dii the rite: tbing--and wo djd^  dii it.. Hut sum.:tieepel, ii: born fules, and  wuTitlet a feljarconvince ^m'-';��������� and it makes  me������������������Ariiil mad,ramVmy-hliid bile, to^^ see fellers  tbat.ert to no e? better git up" and' argie : tb������  other, way.- .y} }yyyyyy ���������" X-y 1 \-i  .: And -yen: is as bad as enny uv urn; for yu  .wns ^yce bear anAvlieered\f()r^ynrselfy and yu  ort tri node better^and y������ Wteht to prihiered  wot.tiiey sed. -:      ���������..-.-; -.���������>-? ^--yf y-yi t'V  After listnen fovouroreter,! maid upjmy  m'lhii we wuSsetit a goin tobave no fnrrin  kapi������e fellers corain up hear to gpbbuU] up  theWi\ mifitry tod maik"ub work for emlftir  whatever pay tlu'.v,fwas a mine to ,gjV; us.  Heati weeve bi n a tai 11 gar oil n d; wai tin, su m  on us; 8,10, and 12 years, and havnnt made  nuttiftt yet, arid wen we ciiddent maik nutlnn  befpre.wot kind of a show will we have wen  ���������them fellers git hear?: y ;   2'  I ansers, nun! And to sho our oppersltion  to monopperiyi a lot of tlie.most iuteli^entes.t.  enterprisingest miners aniung. us hav con-  kluded lo get abed u.v .nm, and we have  formed a knmpany to talk up all tbe rest of  Karibti, wot aint alreddv tnk up. . We got  some fellars stakin ground on Litenin Crick.  another lot on Slue Crick, witb orders to keap,  on stakin. We want to staik on Peters Crick.  on Birns Crick, and manny otbur cricks lu  numerns to mensbin,     ������������������'���������-'.        .        ,  It there is any Canada cbapsas is good  with ihe hax. and opposed to monopolism  anny whares roiin, let urn cum over hear, and  we will give urn thirty dollars a nuinth, bedrock, and pet urn to etakin..-.  Ustweak our orretnr sent a lettur toyour  flf > not: oild:' on. or'belbro .the FIRST Of JUNE next,  will be sued for.   : '" ;        j.-. JOHN L. GOODSON: .  7: '���������'.'- ' *' mrl5.  A Sack op Flour was abstracted by an unknown thief from the *��������� Antelope" a^rehouee  patper, what we considur a sock dollaggur.  and.aanser in fiile to all the lettirs fchet has  bin rit, or will be rit on the subjec*; and you  talk a fule's advice, wot noes wotTs wot, and  doa'tyou print no more of em.  Beens and Bakein.  Barnard &y Co.?s Express; with the mails  and two passengers���������Messrs. D. Oppenheimer  and Jas. Boice^���������arrived on Wednesday at  noon. The down Express left early this  morning, jvitb thie mails, an express, and the  following passengers: I). Oppenhotmer, for  Soda Greek : and Miss Kalejuicc, for Ttale.  The Next Mail is expected to arrive about  tbe 4th of April.  Trk First Steamer.���������The Hope lert New  WesiotfinBter lot YsUe op tto SisWtosti   *���������  .1 'r-iJ~  v y.������'-  yMISCELL^NEOCS.  KOTICE,  'iX^^^WEt^THE.,  yB^ervJlle^Marcli.'15, 1873.-  1  TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED CP TO   <-  SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1873,:.' V  fof the SinkinK of a SH AFT "ih" the Opblf Com pany's  ground. Size ofi sjban 11 by 7 in tho clea������*, ;������ml* to  he when complated 9 by 6 in th% clear; Shaft planks  4 iiKJhes thick; tho Shaft to.havo a turtitioo iu Hi  planktn the samn 3 inches thick: the Shaft to he  p,u<ldl)d.to tbo surface.   Contractors to furnish every-  Terms-'-Two thiHs cash on .theriompl^Uon'.of each  and every 10 foot, an-l tli������ balance when it is on  bed-rock, or when the contractors have over 60 gallons  0;' water to bull per hour  Tenders to bo addressed to Wm. Bilslaud, at P.  Mancfiu's Store. Lightning Creok.  ��������� y, WM. BILSLAND,  mrl5        -��������� -���������-  ' . ��������� s-     ������������������};;$. Foremen.'  PACIFIC  AT  Where you can .get supplied with the best  articl* of        '  Extra &fSuperfine Flour,  Lillooet Beans, 1872,  Chicago Bacon,  And a general assortment of Groceries at  prices that will defy competition.  JAS.BEID,  fe22 2ra Commission Agent  COMMISSION, STORAGE,  axi������  Gr������neral Agency.  .  ROASTED. DAILY AT THE STORE,  :      -: DBPO T    F O R      -  ROfceft. mTills extra tLOua  ^^ LILLOOET ONIONS. ������nd BEAK*  on hand. -^   " ' : " "���������*���������'<   i,,;;--'    wo^  J>K-UG 8TOH  ENGLISH DRUGS! -  eXtENT. MESICINES,,;  PROPRIETARY ARTICliES,  Chevalier's Life for the Hair  :'-'": COUGH LO^EN0ES/&c., ^  ... ':     ���������'���������, ���������' ��������� .-.���������        < ������������������ '���������'"��������������������������� yy  '22$������* Teeth, carefully Extracted aiid Filled;/; ;;;^y  r ^���������Prescriptions and Family Recipes as*  ctirateiy prepaid... y       'X      .>  Barkerville, Nov. 20,1872.  nb^S  Lumber  n  ARK prepar^tlito fumlsh Lumber at thelrpKiK  William Crcekvor deliver It to order.  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK. V ..... ,-��������������������������� ��������� : ,  HaviriK a Planing Machine 'in operatidnphey ������ft  alsoftlrnifcAi   .  ���������' , :  DRESSED LTTMBEB  at s^tttsftrofcory rat������s.  RESTAURANT  DBA  THTS OLD AND WRLL-KKOWN KsTABLtSflMfiNt  is always suppliod with tho best of overytlilnrf  that can be procured in Cariboo. . ,  Board, - -! $12 "per Week.  Single Meals  - ���������  '6S  {The Celebrated.  FRESH   GROUND   COF^E^  a ctnprtnr article to any wbich can be bad from lie*  best selected beni^, ;ana warranted tree Troth adttl  er^tlon.  ������ .  t *5ff^5W^5S?RiS8 vy  "'���������':;.  VICTORIA.  Yietoria, XIareh 7���������Tn C. P. RAtutGAD.��������� Asiatic cholera at Panama.  A sum considerably above the amount of  Stock allotted bas been subscribed In this  ������Uy, but as the stock has still to lie allotted  In pro rata-amounts, parties subscribroj? to;  day will have an equal chance of obtaining a  -proportion of shares with those who have  ''"* Already eniscrn)������d. The bookejwfll be closed  at 2 p.m. today.  Under ihe Dominion Tegnlatlena steamers  plying between New Westminster and; Yale  ������annot: carry more than 100 pounds steam  * pressure/ In order to ������omp1y with this regulation, steamers must be provided with larger]  cylinders, which will Involve considerable  expense and consume four weeks. This Is  rather i awkward, and will delay the commencement of the spring trade. % _  'y TlieWtock fa the Beet Sugar Co. fo'befag  /., liberally subscribed for.    .  VyV-i Advices from Fort Garry state that the In \  telligence of the. formation.of the Paciflo  Kail way Co. and the probable speedy commencement,������! the road causes great rejoicing  tbere. -   '"������������������ "'���������?-���������"���������:-���������' ������������������, yy -  >      Victoria, March 8���������The C:P. "Railroad stock  - Allotted: forythls1 Provirice^-viz., $789;300���������  baa been bid for to the amount of $120,000,  the balance has been applied for by Eastern  bmyers. v: ���������'' "'-* 2 2'<' ..-y 2'...a  A BHg_htsbock,p? eaTtbquako was felt'at  Peri Madison on Wednesday last. ! ;;  ���������y ySiiTT.^yfl for the Marine Hospital have been  made.   The site of the present Lunatic Aay-  . lum wlllCbe taken for the new building. ���������  Vlctor1a,'March ll^Sir Francis Hincks has  resigned hia office as Minister of Finance for  v the Donirnion, and la.succeeded by Mr Tilley.  Dr. Tupper.taking the position of Minister of  Customs.  -���������'The Prince Alfred was five, days making  the last down trip ;,-. had. head winds all the  Smallpox was still raging In Peru, a������d tho  EUROPEAN.       .  New York, March 7���������A Smyrna dispatch  gives particularsof a frightful accident which  occurred at Smyrna. A Cafe, which was  built upon piles over the sea, fell down suddenly during a performance by a company  Tw hundred persons were present at the  time. A load crack was heard, and within  five minutes after the Cafe had disappeared  nnder the water. The total number of bodies  found up to the present time Is eight, and It  is supposed there are 50 more in the water.  Madrid, March 7���������The Governor of Malaga]  has  resigned, his   authority not being re  spected. The populace are pillaging the city j  Edinburgh, March 7���������The Scotchman has a  report of a marriage having been arranged  between the Duke of Edinburgh and a foreign  Princess.  'London, March 7���������Little credit Is attached  to the rumor of the separation of tbeMarquis  of Lome and the Princess Louise.  Rome, March 8���������The Pope; in replying to  an address presented to him to-day, said reconciliation with Italians is impossible.  LEGAL NOTICES, &e.  u  The Re^  MISCELLANEOUS.  MISCELLANEOUS.'  Tlie defective telegraph cable has been  brought to Victoria for repairs. .It is inuch  ^oorri)ded; andAeaten; arid a week's time must  elapse before through messages can be sent. f  Victoria, Mareh 12���������Stockholders In; the  i C;P* Railroad Co. met at Ottawa on 1st March,  end confirmed by vote the Directors who  were appointed provisionally when the char  ;ter was issued.;  The Directors will' retire in  .,   ..   ..     ,    . .. . ���������- - .���������   ���������.    . .> ,  the following order, vizi: Four at the end of  the firet and second years respectively, knd  five at the end of the'third year, and so on in  similar proportions during succeeding yearr.  Mr Musgrave, last Crown Governor of Brit.  ish Columbia,.and who went out last year as  Lieut-Governor of Natal, has just been appointed Governor of South Australia. The  salary is about ������6000;per annum,-with a residence."   Halifax advicea of 25th ult represent the  Hon. Wm. Aunand, Premier of Nova Scotia,  ai dangerously ill of congestion ofthe lungs.  It is said that among the appropriations for  British Columbia will be $80,000 for a Lighthouse at the entrance of Victoria harbor.  The Standard publishes a report tbat Burrard Inlet baa been fixed on as the Terminus  of the C, P. Railroad.  The steamer Lillooet was brought down  from winter quarters on the 13th. She may  mako a trip to Yale next week, but it is not  yet decided.  During the past two weeks the country between Matsqui and Portland has been visited  by unusually severe weather and very high  winds, causing great damage to tho telegraph  line*; especially to that portion between -tar  connor and Portland, and delaying the forwarding of foreign reports. Until the last  two days it has-been almost Impossible to repair the lines, but now the weather is more  settled, and we hope in a few days to have  communication again restored.  '���������'':';" -0 CANADA.  Ottawa, March 5���������The Dominion Parliament assembled to-day, and unanimously  elected James Cockbura Speaker. The Governor General will deliver the speech from  the Throne to-morrow.  Vianwinkle Store,  LiGHtiming creek  Hks just been re?  plenished with a new  and complete assortment Sof eyerytMng  the trade requires,  and offers to Miners  "pUBTJC NOTICE^ Is hereby' given, that from and  ' [ i ��������� after the 1st .day of. tSeptemh er next,; all Births,  Deaths and .Marriages; with I ty the Province <jf Brilisb  Columhia arc; to be Registered under the provisions of  "The Reirfstratibn ��������� df���������Births^ Deaths and' Marriages  Act; r;187V' at ttie Offlco of the District Registrar ol  the District ^herein.; the same respectively'shall.take  place,- aud;withln the timcs follow]ng, that is, to ^ay:.  BIRTH^WHhtn,60 tfays from the date thereof, X.V..  DSATOVrVVithin SO dayB after Interment,   y .; ���������'?. %  MARRIAGES���������Within 90 days from the date thereof.  .. .Every Householder^ Head of a Family.. Clergyman,  Physician, or other person or persons; required by the  said Act to report 'Births;-Deaths arid, Marriages, who  renises,:or-wilfnlly^noyiects tb do; so, -within the: times  before named, will be liable to a penalty for;each and  every ofTonco of not less than Five Dollars or more  than Twenty Dollars, to bo. recovered with comrbefore anyfJustice of tho Peacehaving jurisdiction within  the locality where any such offence Is committed j  against:the said Act.   .        ..   . -,-yy.;     ... ������  ''yyy' " Bycoijniian<l,     .������������������';.  ''2yy-. '���������      :":;'.    ' H. Bl W. AIRMAN,    '  yyyryii   v 2':'y'.'������������������'' ' ' "     :   Registrar General.  .Land Registry Office,  -   1       ���������       yy:  ',;���������;���������; Aug..31,1872. j  .   se!4  XXXytioTicE. y ���������  vantages of a splen  assort  VVVVy >  .yHOUSB OF A8SWMB1.V, 2d Aufrust, 1872.  Kxtradt from Rules relative to Private Bills.  60.-All applications for Privnt* Bills, properly ihe  Rujiject of legislation by the Legislative A������Ki?nnbivof  British Columhia;" within tlie puniew of "TheBriilfsh  North America Act;l?67,.,' whether for the erection of  a Bridge, the. making of. a Railroad, Turnpike Road, or  Telegraph Lino, the construoti������n or improvement of ������  Harbor, Canal, LbcU, Dam "r Slide, or other like work:  the granting; ofa rijfhtof F������Try; thelnc������rpi>r������tfn'n of  any. particular tnido; or calling, or of any ijnint Siock  Coropan y; or otherwise for gmn * in v t o ;i v y In* livl������l ual  or?ihdividnals'''aiiy.Exclusive or p^ciliar rights ������>r prlv  ileges -whatever>';oir; for doing any matter or thlnp  whichvin its operation would affect the riirht i r prop  crtypf other parties, or.n'lato to jmy particular clpej-  of the; community; or for making any am-'n-tment of i.  like>nature to any formor Act, sba'l require a Notice,  clearly arid 'distinctly specifying the nuiure and nhjeci  of the application j to bo published as follows, viz. :'���������..  A ."is o tica inserted} In th c. B ri 11 sh Colli m b in Gazette,  and-In php-^newspaper published In the district af  fectcd ��������� or if'tfiere be no nevvspuper'published therein,  theiiMna newspaper in; tho i next .nearest district in  wiiich.a.ne^ ��������� "��������� ...  ���������Jl^/Sttch-notice shall be. continued in each case for  a period^if at jeiist^six whe,ks. diirin������ tho Interval V  t ime 'between the close of; the no'xt preceding Session  and tbe.xoasideration of the'petition.   ���������';;  l51.:,Before/any.:Petltl(>n, praying for lenve to hrin:*.  in a Prlvate'Bili for'ttie ereciifai of a Toll Bridge i^  preserited:to theHou'so, the person or persons ������it<*hd  ing topotitibn for such Bill shall, "npon giving the no  tice,prescribe<l in the preceding Rule, alsi������ at ihe snrn  time,, apd ia thes^mc.manner, give nniice of the ratef  wlilch,they intend to ask, the extent ol the privilege,  the height :of 'th& aircties,' - the interval between the  abutments ot piers for Uio jiassage of rafts or v'ssi-ls.  and meiitloaing alsCr whether, they,, in tend to er������'Ct ii  drawbridge or not, and! the dim.CPsl(������ns ��������� nf, the.sanie:  yy}": -^���������'";,>��������� '-\���������*; ���������'������������������<-.ry- charlr*'fioop,;:���������"  se21 m Clerk of the Legislative Assembly.'  Thfl FLORENCE k the best Sewing  Machine fir /Family irto^becausa It  ibsoidom geta out of ordprfy If th,������f���������  te.ona not working wo!i In  CALIFORNIA,  OREGON,    ...  ���������WASHINGTON JERRITORt  ��������� NEVADA,      ������������������   -  IDAHO,  ���������; -ALASKA, -Tr '"X  .BRITISH COLUMBIA,   ���������  ���������':     MEXICO,   v '  JAPAN,:  Or CHINA, If Informed of It, I will  vx It without any expensa to th*  owner.'  y^  ��������� 19 Montgomery Street, South,  mm������ mm mammt  pAH f nANC!&CQ;  ClL,...;  Send for Circulars and samples of  the work , Active Agents wanted in  everyplace.  BAMARD'S EXPRESS  \V;:''-" :STAG-ES'.':      .  J. W. LINDHARD.  Van Winkle. June 5,1872.  LEA&PERRINS'  * ..''������������������;" ;    Celebrated  Wt3RCES t Eft SHIR E    SAUCE  Declared by Connotsseur^to be  THE  ONLY   GOOD SAUCE.  I HAVE been requcsied hy several respectablr par'  . ties,, who cab testify tn:tbo efficacy ot my system.'  to again make pablic iho fac,t,,fchat    :A2   ;���������;.;.   ",., r  ...  Caution against yraud.���������The success or this  most delicious and, unrivalled Condiment, having  caused certain dealers to apply the name of * ^ Worcestershire Sa1lco', to.their own inferior cOropopnds, the  public is hcrchy informed tb at tht only way to procure the genuine, is to  WILT/PREVENT BALDNESS,.'  '?  RESTORE HATR THAT IS BECOMTW THIN v  , OR FAUilNG OFF, and effectunlly   .... ....,,,  v   ,   .CURESqi^FpBjDANpI^JFF..,;.   ���������  This Is riot a mere' as^erilon on hiy part, as I bavi'  in my possession numerous testimonialscertifying to  the success of my remedy;;" .'*: .,..������������������     '��������� ,. y.  I do not of course preterdthat lean make the hair  grow on heads which have been hAld for yeaj.^ j but.  I will'guarantee tostop the hair from faWn'rcaVta'  Increase its growth, and ������Tec unlly remove Scurf or  Dandruff. W..D. MOSESy  : .     ,-..".,.-..  Barkerville,B.C.  CERTIFICATE.  This iff lo certify that during last spring my bar  Wiis rapid Iv falling out and my head was fast hocom  Ing bald, when I applied to Mr W. D MOSES, Barhor  Burkorville, who in u few, weeks restored my bnir| .  it* former hoiilthy stato DAVID GIBBONS   ���������  I$7irkvrvl)1e Pec. 2fl:i86fl o������5fi v  Uuder tern porn ry arrangement for convey-  .    ance o! the Mails from  Cache Greek to Okanagah.  f he underiignerl baa ��������� placed a liner of Passea-  .-V:rV: .- g^ Stages on,the. V  Rii nn i njr. in i. cl d������e; co rtnec tion with the SI ages  irom Yale;tfAiBHrker^iMe.y; ,'  ; Persons;y: isi ti n j? t.h&0 k a n ap:an I) is trict: will  find ?this by;far the most convenient mode of  . j&?,^Stages leaveCache Cretin VVedn es-  day morni rigs at 10 o ��������� c!pek, and will: return  the following week'. in time: to connect with  the Stages going North and Sou th:   \  A fire in Lis towel, Ontario, ihis morning  datna^Rd a block of stores to ih������ ������xteot of  ������4O,G0O. a  ASK  FOB XEiA.  &   PEBBINS* . SAUCE  and to see that their names are upon the wrapper  LABELS,STOPPER, and BOTTLE.  Some of the foreign markets having been supplied  with a spurious WorcestershireSauce.hpon the wrap.  per and labels of which the names of Lea and Perrlns  have been .forged, I/.'and P. give not ice that they  havo furnished their.correspondents with power oi  attorney to take instant proceedings against suiftf-  ACTpRKRsand vEsx>oBsof such, or any other Imita-  onsby whicbtheirrightmaybeinrricged.  Ask for LEA & PEBBINSV Sauce and see  Name, on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  Stopper;  Wholesale, and for export by tbe Proprietors, W������P������  cester; Crosse and Black welt; Load on, &cf, &c.������  byGrooersaiiidOilmcn univorsally   '  i ���������'  HE BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA at VIC7TOKIA will until further notice pay  on money specially lodged Interest at the rate of  Four per cent, per annum  on 'deposits subject to     teen Days not co of with  drawal, and  Five per cent, per annnm  on Depcsitsjsubject to. TbirtyJjDays ?notiee of with.  drawal.  1 HENRY A. TUZO,  ��������� Manager Victoria Branch.  Ootoberl8,1872.  ������"/i oc20^m  Will be transacted over tbe route. Freight  carried. Parcels delivered. Commissions  executed.  Collections made  au24 2m F. J. BARNARD & CO.  1 .-  THOMAS FLETCHER wishes to Inrorm tho  .peopio of Cariboo that ho Is prepared to,  CAST   ALL KINDS OF BRASS  1SURVUYS AND PLANS EXECUTED .  Onjreasonable terms.   .  .  ^^;Orders left as Mr Kelly % BarJcervilte,  At the shortest notice., ,, .   , y  '.^ar BOXES kept on hand of cast to order  The Store is also supplied witb a gent?PB)"������ssorttnent  of Goods, which ho intends to sell at a small profit.  Fletcher's Heal ing Apparatus with Hot Air  Saves the expense of Stoves, Fuel arid labor,  and lossensStho danger of fire. . It is as well ndnpt^  for Shaft-houses as ordinary buildings, is cheap, an?  is warranted to give entire: satisfaction.  Iml Chanoo, Lightning Creek, *  KoveBt'iHff&WS.  H  Qjgg


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