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 mssTSSsssj^J^^y^s^^ iim^a,  Jf   ':  il.t.  ���������y  ���������y  ft  I  ym  mm  W  J W-  ywm  Barkerville, William Greek, B.C., Saturday, Maich 13, 1875.  /No 14  THE CARIBOO SKK MEL  , Published <s very Saturday by  R 0 B B R T     HOL L O W. A t /  Subscription* '-, -  26 Cents-per Week.;  R\TE^ 07 AHVEU' BUT  {Tor -mo 8<juar*?tou������lncb.),nrit!n8������������rc!on,  ���������'.*'* *       f , one month,  ������������������'  fror two square* flr#*ioi������?Uoo,  * ���������       ooeinocth. ���������/���������'.���������������   *  ���������  15  J  Agentsfor the:*CaribooSentinel."  Vib WIoWK" ���������''"  tt'ioaoelmoutb.  RoHn Crook,     ������������������  run ton,    -���������-'-    -:   ���������  Tata,   '������������������-.     -  *Ti\r tV**tm<B8t������r  Victoria*   ���������'.!���������     .*'  <l  Streot,  ,���������   -V .   .    "Lln'JfMy.  BprnaTdUExprefl*  ,...���������,:. Barnard'*Rufff?**  ,/���������/-������..*'-. Barnaril*e Exprew  do do  :_...__: ��������� .::, John.Murray.._  ;'���������. ,' ��������� v J Mr.SbakfKposf"  20 Crtrnhti!. London. B.C.  . Til.w fH^BOO.SENTINEL  JOB > RATING OFF [CE:  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  o more  LADIES' & CHILDREN'S WINTER BOOT?  GENT'S, LADIES' & CHILDREN'S RCB  BER OVERSHOES.  TWEED. "WATERPROOF   CLOTH    FOR  ..    .LADIES' DRESSES.-  CHILDREN'S WITTS k GLOVES.   '  LADIES'   HOOIXS  A:   CLOUD?,   BLACK  VELVET 2ATS, BOSK, jkc, &e.]  ���������  I will during ib������ viuter receive .other Goofs  selected froin tbe beat Houses iu Victoria.  Al! order*  fromoutlying'd\*\rieu  promptly  attended   to  and thankfully re-  ceive?.��������� 'y .������������������ '��������� :\   y   Ml the above Goods Cheat I  ���������       for cash.  MISCELLANEOUS.  HAS ON HAND  ajHSLI, ASSORTED STOCK OF  GROCERES,  HARDWARE;  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS. &c.  Bark^rviSle 'Brewery  PfiOPRIETOR.  <������i  Barkerville. pvcyfr.  do8  fords, Circulars, !*o������itef Bfttid (9f ������mmme������f or j  Ball* jod Tbeatnc&l EntortttftTmeTH*  **M������x*cute>lwUQ ne&tneB*<an<*<!iRoaleb.  r-*~-������������ai������<������ r.-������������- ��������� ������fc-i>r*t%-  Latest by Telegraph  Th������ following dispatch Was  received at  -8 Sir JH-t niiijii-J: .;  Vintorii.!March 12 -In the Hoine, after n  (While of two tiiivs in presenting a vigorous  ���������������ii������posi:ion:io Hi* nas-jari* of tlie 4th clause b!  I ,p i*',ff>tv*'to t.li������ Jroveniors t'pereh. therein  i:\. p?ijtft'y ot'.. the It*������V4������rnment sin ue Inst ses-;  ���������6i'������n :stf!is':i;.ne'1. ii vote w'ub" in ken   hist  eVe-  iiii115 r^iillinff/in a ni.ijnriry  of five  For  ihe  M: issrv -(4 lnr,a������K| 9 airainsr..  OMemeiiibtuv  Mr fiViiVier. wrt������ Hb������������ni ou survey at Nunuitno.  Tliyvo*' 'wn*'taken -"��������� first, oh   ivjl  umearfna n\  ���������to ������hi������ clriust' m->vi'(l by Mr Mjirii. spcon*li-d by  Kuh r-on ot Vici'U'la district.   Mr linibrook  o ������wVH th'e  d������*bale:.. in'ropji^sition.    Th������ re  imundt**: of* f-ho it'ply   pas.s������*d  wirh some oh-  j.'i-ti'oi by \h ilolbrootv tii  the   Dock rtlause.  ���������h-CoiHtMi'!inff for iHirn'ird inl^t as llic proper  sin* for suoli Dry hock.  Victoria, M'-trc-h LH^Yestenliy Mr S/uniin  fu'^scniiMl tt.-p^Miion fri>ni'/J3eitiers on the  south &ld*8 of* the Thompson ri^er for M \o  cutsiruot a wagon road to connect with the  Carl hi mi road  ���������������������������Mr Uobsoh;;w:i8 granted l^nve to introduce  a bill io liDiend the Ooii.stitii|i'������n. Act:S������) as to  create Cas.fiih;��������� aii Kl.-ctoril DiMricf", with one  nioruber, and to give Nanairao an addilional  rcn^.seiiiutiviyiu the Local House..  Mr McCr^i|rhi wis gninied leave fo intro-  -d o;o a oif i ji nil) i biting persons holding ofiic s  r contracts under-ttio Douiir.ion (Jovernuumt  from siuintf in Li-gislative Ass>inb.lv.J  Mr linritsioo moved to suspend the Stand-,  {NE XT DOORto TIC-TIC OFFICE?  fNVITSS YOU tO CAUJAKD SEE BIM.  8. and get as much comfort for the lanL-r man at  iny otbrv mm can^pro?ido. fc>? ibe samo RmouniTof  t:ash jo ihe shape of  mn, wm mmm ^  ��������� ������������������'���������-���������      ��������� <^?;.taE BEST QgAUfYv  N.B���������To flU.up tbo time, I  will-attend totbi  j^AlE^IN^ BUSIKJESSS-  /.art SEWING MACHINE work of every :<lescrlpilot  yill bo dono &l iht gho������������������t >notico at roR/sonabl^  c'iar^f������.  no7      ���������..���������:���������'.-:.������������������   y. FRANK PERRETT.-  -.Winter. Arrangement.  a r ii a  ."."(Carrying Tier Majesty's Ms,?l*,)  GOME ALONG-WITH TOUB CASH  y&Sh AND 'GET BARGAINS.^  '2.���������.y;t ;,;' , wy������       ���������,. - ,:  Rogers ���������& Wilson,  -;.(Successors to B. Kurtz & Oo,,]  '^IMPORTERS AND ^DEALERS IN  LIQUORS,  - WPxy  The Celebrated XXX Ale  wll^umftnafactnred and sold by^Wholes*Je and Itr.  Ullfci itspurity4and :. -y  Tho best'Liquors \ic Cigar������  eoasUntiy feept.on liand  The Lodging ���������'Department  wilt be always carefully attended to. ������'n'������Uh*!><*!  Boua and accommodntlon provided for; Uielr cn������������  .omera     - ��������� ..... dgfcS  ;      TOBACCO,  yyyXi y gboceries,.^.:  Xyy2       PROVISIONS,  Dry Goods and CletMng.  GLJNTON   EXTRA   FLOUR.  .?S  AH Ooods of the Best Quality. *nd at tbe  Lowest Prices.-  Barkerville, Mar P. 2; ���������" y. . rav9 6m  ��������� /Cosmopolitan;:'..  RESTAIIRAKX!iBAKERYr  STANLEY;-  -   LIGHTNIKG CREEK.  . .   ;     ..... y^ -/./- y : -v   *"' ��������� , ..   ������������������  The above-Restaurant is no^v ODened at  the upper end of?lown, where Bijard'conho ha.<i.  by the week .or,single meale.   A fi^ie Saloon la ������J������������  attached, suopliod witfi'-    " y  ���������  *.'-���������'.       ���������-...      ��������� y-'  ��������� ��������� y *.'��������� ��������� ��������� '���������-.���������������-���������   ���������   ���������  The best Liquors & Cigars.  FRESH   BREAD,   PIES  /.;���������   and Cakes daily.   ���������  no2g 3m     : ���������.. JOHN MAHEK.  .i*-  LEAVES'  'VICTORIA      BY  ENTERPRISE  JultKii  ztlri;  STEAMER  I 8;  all  ���������������'/.  W-  4C  fERMINUS  STORE,  y Qnesnelmonth, B.C.,  Wliere there are ������tltt plenty of the best brancle ol  BritiBh Columbia^ ���������  fFOR NEWJWESTMINStBS.      -  Reaching Yale In time to eonnoct with the  STAGES IEAYIH5 YALE > HOflBATS'  lag Qrdm of the Hon** lu mubfa him Io in-1 %���������k^\SSSSa^������������������dnewUjB and Barker  l.v.dncu a bill  for incorporating  the Lighl-  mrigOm'k Fire* BrigAdo.   Carried.  Till������ on Saturdays.-  Zsti  BEEF   AND   MUTTON  FLOUR.  LILLOOET BEANS of 1873^     ���������  And other Farm Produce, at VERY 2,GW BATES'.'  Also, a genej^l asBortmon 1 of  GROCERIES,  DRY   GOODS,  BOOTS   &   SHOES.  HARDWARE  find DRUGS-  AYI-NCr ADI)E1> A O00D -STABI.R TO THB  ii Half-Wfly House, is now prepared to ofi'er good  accommodations- (o-TeanigieFB. A supply" of Quia  i\\nl Hay will always b'u kept on nunc" arid bg14 at  roaBon*ble rateH.  The flir U euppliad wish th* bc*t Winds,  U^uom  *nd Oigara. .  ointments.  Ok^nijxn.  Ai UltatfUi-wlth Fcrifus^c's Express fbr Lillooet.  Aq������1 wilu fi������*ligUer'a KxpHvii for t>og Cr.v-k,  At  Qu'-snelmouth  witu  Syivoster'a   Kxpnsn   for  Prom e.to 12* cents per lb <>������"-_ J; BARNAflD &  Oomm!s?JOD, Storage and Fcrwtrrtlng bu������!iQe������8  ^I'^ghi leare B.Arkorrtlle on  SundavR,   arriveJa- j doue at reasonable ratee.  C11 Dtouou Thursdays an a Yal������ on Saturdays!    I    my 3   in JAS.    RE5D  Coquoci-8 &t CA0i������e creek witb Vance's Expreaa for  FLOUR, -  SS ppr-100-lhs.  BO CfiUs per lb.]  F AND ALL KINDS OF  SAM.  <1p5..  B'lE B ���������  WALKER,  Barker vf!l<������.  ^o.  1^  u  r%l  2i������  LL  r^RSONy   INDEBTED   TO  TIIK  undersigned, hy either Note or Bo4k  Account,-are requested lo settle them forlh-  wHh, Accounts remitlning unpaid itfier 1st  April will be placed iu Court for collection.  F. NEUFELDER.  I  Bfirkerville, Feb. 27, 1873.   ' MS  Freight and Fasseugftrpcarried througn at reasonable rati'S.  For rates of Freight ami Pass^e, apply to  GEO. BVKXXS, Agent,  no7 ' .    ��������� Hiirkerrflle.  tilS FOLLOWING  :mcrrIoiA.iETT������a.  dated 15tb .May, 1872, from an old inhabi  tant of Humifigsimm, uear W^rraiuster,  Wilts:  s' I must also beg to say that your Pills *t*  an cxcyItcuv me������iiclr.������ for rae. an'ti I cert������*-i nSy  do enj >y good lu'alth, Bcmaii .shvp,. ������nd ������t  goo<I appeiite. This is owins-to taking your  Pill?.   I sra IS years oB,  (i Rpranlningi SsBtl.'TWfra,.: youra very re.  spectfafty, "'  '. '  "&*��������� *-S  To the Proprietors of  SOBTOS^S  QAMOMiLB  FILLS,  LouJoj,  needy &  ���������AT  THH���������'  OLD VANWINKLE STORE  I Nl  ������������V  G   CREEK,.;,  Keep on band everything  Private Secretary's Office.  17lh December, IHJ4.  Hi������ Excellency  the LieutenantGovernor  has been pleased to appoint Alb������AT- Koutom  Riohirds. Esquire, a Barrister of British Columbia, to.be a Notary Public.  Private.Secretary's Office.  lOtb December, 1874.  His Excellency tbe Lieutenant-Governor  wasou lb������ 9th June, 1873. pleaded to appoiuS  Kbnry Ci.as80n Courtney. Esquire. Attorney aud Solicitor in tbe Supreme Coiirt of  British Columbia, io he a Notary Public,  His Exoelloncy tbe Lieutenant-Governor in  Council Iihr bi'en pleased to. appoint Allay  Graham, of Maunon Creek, Eaqnire, to b������  Coroner in and for tbe District ot Umineca.  Bis Excellency tbe Lieutenant-Governor  in Council;bas Deen pleased to place.Alum'  Gkauam, ot Manson Creek. Esquire, on thA  CommisBion of tbe Peace in and for the Du-  trie* of OniinecH.      ���������  NOTICE.  *K62L  ;ctiBftft so lift erally oxtend^fl W tlie old Sna  .   fty &?,&������ &������qr.' '      s&yl4eto|  VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the reservation  J, i ot l)uud in tlie Kt: \v Wnn t ni i nsier f>isi riot-, dau- <i  18th July, 25th July, and 2d Dtcember, 1S71, so far-  as appliC'ible to kmd included with j a tUo boundaries  or Tov.-Qsbips Xo. 1, 2, 4, fl, 8, im:|u;ing AVvvsihaui,  Ti i b u ry, a u i D -. un la I anda, BI oc k 3 No rtti." Hi: ago d  West, and the. block or .Uinii *i.'uate butw..'������-u Lots  129, 132, 135 1*8, 141. 147, Or.!Up 1, umi now lviii������un  us Lots !2PS JiQ6, 207, 208, 209, SJO, 211 212 213 2ll  210, 216, 217, 218, (iroupi, h.ts bor,u reicin {Vd. ?  ROBERTBKAVKN  Chief CommisBiouer Lauds ana Worka.  L i n'*f and Work������ Dcpartroon t,  Yklorift, lQUi Fettruiry, 1875.  **'������������������ r*':  m  ix^fi/sytsstKePv^ss^^si  TriF/'CA.KIEGO,:SENT[NEL  V  X  *KZzr~r.  y;SATURI>AYy^lAROU :12,;)875y  ji ;  i .     THE MINING AMENDMENT 'ACT: y  Editor SKXTiKKV^the4 majority  o! the  - miners (of Ibis section jwjNJk, have -wad with  coivdderab 1 e sa i i ������faeti on the an no 11ricemen t in:  yonivlast issue that Government; intends to  ���������nJ-erthe Gold iHuingAnuuvdment^.ct. There'  has l>������en little doiiK  ... tf V,>Blo*itsultimate resulfs.   Tlii pornicioiis  3 n f hi eu ce js ,b eco m i ng mo re a n d - hi o re uppa r ������  ent.   Cne' or^--Uie..priinaryyfuuctton8:\o.t< Hie  Le^ialaIare' ofg any J country asvjo; pass Jaws  * which' shall foster audencoiirligelisludiis-  trie?; hut..the greait tendency of. this law is in  .the  opposite   dfriction. , Valuahle   m?u$\)g  ptt'ound: i Wield ^by'.ifiif.^et foWpurely spejcuij  ;} iii i ve pi ir p uses U y ' par I ies ;\v h o u re i u a p pyi;.  'tie n t o '��������� d'evel op it, w b ich 61 her wise wo ii 1 d j; h e  ;, :pW>lpebIedi; or' tbeowii ers corn pel led to assist  a/ijoining: jclaimbotders.: : Bnt   having corn  p j i ed w iit h: i ts req n i re m en Is I Iiey se I fi My p re  I i or "to. I ay! )ln?ir.'; cl airas:,oyer, U6ei>, tltfei vymp jiey  ' in their imci^i^'and;paiienj}y wait foj: devel-  opmcntsin neighboring claims. .'���������*'���������  ���������*JjensuaUja;^ea^e nn: point.   The Gladstone  an rt: K! e Ve ri of v Kriffla nd: c o'm jj>a n i e3v^6 n *��������� tli is  C KLKSvHifi^y Es^NTimK^r. -Chi rind dm. has  been greatly excited during the past few,days.  Twb CliinaWmaenv\vitli more beautiful names  than persons,,it was reportedly the Celes������  lials, were beldlu dumficc vile at yanWiukle^  nii"t^ithstanOirig the demands of their friends  fV>r :their Jrelea^ey;Ia formation was also laid  before a Barkerville Justice of theyEeace to  Ihe same effocf,;nnid the Chief Constable was  ordered tb: investigate'tlie matter. The Constable accordingly proceeded to Lightning; on  Tuesday, and thetresult Of bis inquiries may  lie Stilted .a% follows.: ; Some ^tiine last  siimmer'aiQliinejre IJrocriresk ,brought the  two Chinese wo ni en ���������: 5 ri question from San  Francisco under a written contract to be erri-;-  ployed > as -domestic :ser yah ts, in it;it^ts almost  needIess to say i \i at the poor >vretcbcs bel 6rig  t<> that binss of Women"boughtan^l: sold  by the Chinese ; li ke cattl e }to r ��������� the; v il est  purpose^ npHohly Jin ]theiry jawii country,  but i n G Krisl ia ii > A meri c a a ii d. C hi U j i a'n  Bt i IIshyCo 1 um bi a^ ��������� f Jattdfij,jiei r; ' botl ies yare  b -|'d   b y. i h ei r 26 w n o r. as seen ri t y f o r, 11 h e  NEW'������������������AUVBftTISEJTENTS.-.  SEE  'TICJC...,_. ,  LL PERSONS   I^REBTEI)   TO  THE  viindersignedy by yell her: Noitej. or 2Bo pl>  Aecounf; are reqm^sted to settle i.hein forihr  with. Acconnts remaining unpaid after. 1st  April wili be:.piaced in Oi������'urtfoiy;col.lectiouy  ��������� ::        F. NEUFELOI5II.  -.. Barkerville, Feb. 27. 18T5;    .y, \\te2S  repay m en t^r������f;:ilie'mq^ had^ex:.  ei^ek have b^eirp^p^ctjng (or The  years.   The former cpinpany, has expenit^V!  (wo \ womenyaivjiTrtltied by  their; owner ar  y^  y:Ooinoiinies:are sahffuine- ofypiiccess. rohd iivtivo:  : coo fi de hce v i n vtli e; rich ness \ of t h is pof tidtt: fo f'.:  T^ghttiing.:Their energy and^ perseverance  i.iiwler difficulties that coujd not be '.foreseen  : ngainst their-wishes aiid ihterestsyf he objec-  * i io n al) le^featu res o f y?hich> a Mow a n d e n c cm r-4  a gey the inter mediate tickimbolders, 'af ter a  ^Mere nominal outlHy, to lay their ground over  -/-f^ra^^eriQdyhey de"tmfit?: :, v *   -  y  The Gold Mir������.ing: A mendmeh\y Kp t of 1,873  -'-'-. iias^befeh^a sad^failu'rer Sofatyal; least, itlhas  2 o^^tjigre^bajrni ^tlian ,good^ yThe .benrfits  2 >|htch ^erejto accrue-to the IJroyi nee from it  "������������������- are nniortubatelyyet in:tKe distttnee.- p!he  3prom olej'^ Jin 31 Blip porters of 4he tri ll;clairned  tthat its liberal provisions would allure capital  |lo������Mhe Froyioce;    Our: iiumense   i^iouvces'  would be developed, allhongli aClhe sjune  2,1 i mW as is :Well known, the bill was ^passed at  ������������������%���������  xxre.was hurriedly parsed, the mining;'coiruim-  "' nily here: being��������� ab1 tlie time ighdrant^of its  provisiorisVy Can-it be a matter, of surprise  yiiliat itshonld^clash withthe Principal MiiUng'  v. Act-?V AVtliGURli it has been in force Xw$  y.:. years .yen pi tal :does: pe t^come," and for wari t o f  itUie Lane and Kurtz Company itsell has be^  ������. ctim&kUm eh table failure,'^     ':> - ^ .������.   .yy  ���������\-  : X ���������   ; '22'..  '   -���������'  *   l.St.A.Tmt-  , Tuglitning Creek^ March4, ISTo:      y I;  ' [ As oil r^ cor respond eht: say sV; one o( f-l tbe  y' pViiuary/fuhcUons of ^ Legislaturb^is to pass  vial's which shall foster and 'encourage) the  ^national industries^" an tl we > b ave no doub I  ^y.such.:w.as:,the: :ih(ended;oijject of: our Legisla-,  .   f u re i fi p assin g; t he M| ni ng A m end m ea t A c t#  " All such'laws:are fcentative or experimeutal,  and if the law in question lias proved or is  lively'to proye.^detriniental to our mining* iii:  i-ytereistsythe^aUenU the.Legislature should  y*ictonce he eal 1 ed tpvthermatter -by those cog.  ��������� ^tiizantef ihe^fai^lsiV-^hor^-eiith be hb question  [������������������:. but ilritt' the holding of hiihirtg lands for specu-  1 alien aliou)d be p reyented as far as po3sib Ie,  for iu a very few years the greater.portion of  ���������our inining 1 ands niight.he comp 1 etely 1 ocked  up. arid prospecting ebr'Uinsly interfered with.  Th i s evil, ca n,. vve think, be re iii p d ied by i in  posing a fax. oh mining, lauds held for such a  purpose;   When; u. short time since, we said  that we believed tho Miuing A men dine til Act  would be amended Ibis session   we did   so  simply on  the strength of a rumor to that.  ftlFexj t������.   If,  as our  correspond nn t s ta les. th e  rna]orify of the miuors on Lightning consider  ihe  Act pernicious, let them express  theii*  opinions either by public meeting or by pe.ti-  tinning the Legislature for its amendment or  jvpeal��������� Ev> SiBarnxKr*  According to the Cologne Qjzette the English arbitrators who '.traversed Beisbm", Asia  Mi no r, to set 11 e b o n n d a 1 ies, tra vei I ed t\ ays  without seeing a child, and estimated the mortality from starvation at 1^00,000-^iuore than  one-thinl of the population.  M a G r. ,v o^ro x k co nip I e led li is '651 h year on  Tuesday, the 29th December last, having boon  born on ihe 29th December. 18U0. Mr Dis.  neli competed .his C3tliyear on the ^ 1st of  Deocrnber,'!.^/1  S17 00.; yT h eBC w oi.m e n '���������;��������� }\ a ve be e rij p I y ing: th eir  ne'farious traISc on" Lightning creek until  jdtliinw few-Wfeks; perfrctl^ conteiited with  their lot; but unluckily; (or ilieir owner  Cii pid appeared on the p'ceney Two% amorous  Cbinajn^n, jvIio2,ane^lon the ���������marfy,v hecame  en am ored wi i li i ho, f iir crea t u resy. and .th.ei r  loves' -were Teciprocale'd.,: J^he procv<,ress  heari ng of the i h tended ma tri m o ni al\e n gage-  men ts^ was terriblyj pained vat: the iilea .of.  losing her human chattels��������� aud she raised an:  oii !cry I hat the two wonien wei-e.be j ng unfa t rl y deal t w it li a t Ligbtn ing, wirh t he objec1  of getting, them brought over to Barkerville'  where she;;res; desVc^  in getting up ^;.1he! excitement for tlie.purpose  of- severing ^he' boil de; 'j which bound their  affianced to their owner. The Ghief.Constable  went td'^tlie: houses' oif^Lightning where|the  two women were said to be confined^bnt:  found theyjwere under no resiraint: he then  told them .they had better' come to Barker  ���������where-their-case won Id be enquired in (oyand  liKanyboriy . had; interfered with their liberty  ;they^vould b^punished.: The women accord  ingiy came over to Barkerville, and after the  p ro p er; i ri o iii ri es:. they "were i n forni ed i h a t th ey  were at liberty to" chose their :nwn:; place of  abode. One of them elected to marry ; the  a tli er: 1 ad y"}.. had f w 6;s \ r i h gs ��������� to h e r ~:b u w. Un d  was u nab 1 e to .decide which o f her ad mi rer?  i. Il eyV^ou Vd acce p f/i a. tb e ni ea n't j mc ex p ressi ri g  a desire, toretiirn Jo Lightning,  , The matter, o f: Ch inese presti tut! on is o ne  which demands ; the serioris consideration of  ourTLeg?slatnre.. ;In:.Calj^  vvinke^t',byHhe!author)tvesyfof years, but  1 ately,ystern ..i-jecessityyyh;��������� 8^; .compelled ;the  sreneral Government- to: 1 nter!ere and ptit a  stop to the further.importation of proslikites  from: Chin a. I11 British Columbia: th0 evil  is' sraajl at. present, but therel is ��������� no thing like  nip ping a n evil in : the bud. We; have the[px  }>eriehce: of California; before us^we have  s ee ii t h e b an e f n I. effuc ts o f th e who) esal e.j, I ri -  (liaiipiosiiiuiioiricamedon iii many sec tie lis  of (.1 ii s I? ro vi n ce, The ., risi n % go n or at i q n ,* on  whom the future of .this country .so. largely  d ope rids, should be; go a r'd ed b y al I po*?s i b I e  metiria from- ah evil which has demoralised  the youth of California to. a fearful .extent.  GuTivT sh a res 1'ri r the : ec c 1 es iasi i eal ��������� d isju r-  b a i j ces n o w : so mar ke d ��������� all o v er th e w o rl rl.  Tbo Catlio 1 i c 0 h u rch h a s 1 j i th t������ rto bec n" I he  only one tolerated iii Chili, but opinion has  becbthe hosti 1 e to the priests, and! the party  in power have proposed to 'the people'to  separate Church and State, to compel civil  marriage���������allowing, of course, any subsequent religions ceremony���������to enforce civil  registration of. births andtdeaths, and to place  all cemeteries under civil officers. At the re  cent elections these proposals have been carried by a large majority, and tho ��������� next Con  gress will legislate in thi* sens������. Mexico is  about to adopt; the Disestablishment solution  o f th e qu os tip i i , which w ill p rob ab I y,b e a c*  ce p ted ������ vej'y w here in ��������� S p an i ^h A m erica, ex*  cept in Ecuador, where the Republican Gov-  erumen t is very UI tram t a tan e.  Parl^ryill^: &::^ip]ifleld?.  :���������:.''���������������������������.}��������� Importer and Dealer in   .   ;;   'y;  v--:TbBAGGOy.v,.;.v'v:  G-ROOEBIESv and y ?  y. }y PBGV'ISIG>NSy.>  Which uk::^ill:sell-'"':  yy y .^'BMy^T^i^yyy}  The5price of, B^afd ,at 'this Uestuurant haff  : been reducer to'       ��������� y       *'  ��������� Barnmrd &��������� Co.'rt .Kxt'iiwss, with the malls,  nrrived at 5.30 this afternoon. Tho dow:v:ox-  press will  leavo as'.usual early to-uiorruw  morciog.  Eighli kDM ars Per Week.  SINGLE SfEA'LSi ''- ���������;'i?li?,TY.1 CENTS. X  V r BEDS.;  ���������   FIFTY^CENTS-    [ ; Jl:  %Q TOANKOTTNCETHATTHLY:HAVERE1������0V?1>  ! yto tho spacious pren������,i8<is formerly known as ue  [Bin GporgO/; Saipoa, wfcorl^ifaey; wiii b> tii ftlhtifijti  prtiinred-tofurnlflh.-,,,y' :..y'yyy".  ' If'u'&yiy^iii >���������' "$$'-' *t- m9a l b- .  ;.A0F   THE  BEST   ^U^LlTY.  The   BAB t* fair a'a bod with the finesi WIKE8  lIQUOaS and CIGARS.  Board,  s  I  BEEF  &ND mUTT  Ef om-,0 xo; 1^ C���������?n^s per Ife  flour::.,.-  BUTTER, yX-.  $8 penlOOlbs.:  GO cents per lb.y  de5  :A:N:D;ALL';K!-iSpS^^^^        :  .U.SAM-",WAL!KEvRv/  : ������������������'���������''"'     .''���������'''X-'- ������������������'���������'"'. ]}"avkervill������?.  REA& I MERtit$?kEA3>  ?  V :.;;;;��������� v;:,FO'fl^:^  '^���������r':yt-kXyi2 :y'' ��������� il-*  WtLLEY?S "IEBIC AL  'DISCOVERY  :FOR ALL INTEllNAL Cb^PLAINtB,  Neuralgia;.Rheumatism.' Head "AcLe, Tooth  "v        Ache, Etc.   .���������'.:.....;;.������������������  Th ^se I ft tii Hi 1 Ms M'10 i ci n������8 en n 1) o ^ot from Wrn.  SLLIS* ������t bis iVriMT Shop, Stanley. liljrhtiiinK  Civck: lli-g-j'h If irquu'oJ ^iv^vmiuioivus retvrenees  as ta tl'KM'flicicy el* tliu. ahov?. ' jn'M) im  1  M *3  s  R12 prepfircil to furnish Lumber at their MiU������,  William Creol:, or Ueilvorji to ordei*.  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  H������vln:?a Pi%nlDg;.ilacMn9 tn operation tuey w*  ������Sj������p furnish  ���������  Je20v   y> y Alwftjra on baud;   -; ��������� -J  NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS ofLAND  X" '. "a . NEW WfiTMIN^TKK piS'rRHJT:  4\[<)TI(:K 1? JJ^REljy'niVF.Sf,-.Jnyn<>rory2ii^ ��������� \\ j :i  5Li.' ! the prHyifffotiP:.pr.<thfe'*-,,;fii*h l'Aiit'i iS*f4;V������.t':ft-. 'i'i!  ;(;Jlowin^ 1 ji ii t Is .���������������' l'u;U 6 in thr t District -oty ?s' \v AV������v!-  '; hi as ter." 'ha ye hy>m [ -pa 1������v i vi' e ' ��������� hy ��������� hi tii' y, ;��������� i) d j n  ��������� M:i\) Hlro'rritt.has i������^f-n jlf*p*������slt('t!i'iii;thv Ui;w:ct m\ ii.  V. Etlinwisl^^New.Wcsiiein^t^r:/ y  '���������-   -''    "���������'' TOWX&IIIP NO. 13 v ���������  Socli-ns i; 2��������� .11. 12, -IS, 3.4, 22,^3, 24. 25; 26. 2 , "i,  dbf aiUi.yO.y y ,.,    ���������   '.,y..vy  i-T0W.VJ5HIl' NO. 14.     : -. '  ^:cti-ui.s. 9.,16,.ITylS, 10. 2Q,:21.  2S, .29, 31 ^1  ���������.���������.y,j-yZi.y }}, 2y}::y} yy :,;���������''. 2y'.,'-.-:- ���������-'���������.  ���������.:;���������*���������':<. '."'*-���������-YOWJ������:HTP.NOf 1$. .- v.-\.  ���������;:  W ������t half'of. Fwiinn -1. ;��������� "  -,  ''���������" '������������������V.'et:li:tH'bf 'SW'ii-Vri-.2-.-' ,    '2'  ���������'���������������������������i-"Al*i;-sthHlfiir;Snvli-.ii-12 y'���������������������������..'y :/:..  . : ��������� :-K?isf hMlf..-of Svcii-n .11*   ?:...- 2'y: n."- yy;-  Fou t. h w#'st q u:iri>r ol" S<*r.l ion 13. ���������!  ���������y.Su'raJc.i.st-"ijiiarliT.������f. !������<;i;liiMri4."  '��������� :.%   /.'y'-.-' :' .'XCJRQP'P.JrLy-, ;,'; y-'  . -H  Lots d ;a n ^: 8 on Bnrt <: ii \s I'ra i rie,   in To w as Li p S*.  }   :-y   U.:      '-'.': ���������"���������.���������-;���������;-������������������yv ���������������������������':'   '.yv^ ���������  '       '���������',  ���������������������������    :--;'r ;":'    "GROUP������������������!;"'��������� y.  IMiim, ^raad2^-n<iHir4WMMuOirfV'     ^  , Aa/t'tliat.clninViiits of onv p*.rtKVn:.<>f'tht$ l'"'' whn  h'tivh: lint (i 1)1 n i h i ���������ih f rown 0r i n i.s tii��������������� n'of',' ?h������'ui I  pruvo op their cl ������ims" in accoraunco witli Ci'="������.^2l  b-uvi Act, 1874. ������������������?.; ������������������ \' '.  .. Tflnusi"������f Proof nnfl ncctinU-i.'m r/in >������ *������i>tujnad'. t  the"olllce of the (joinmi.-siiai:t, Xo\v W, t'mi :i���������-1<r..  .: '   ;      ���������       KOUMKT UKiA*!"'X.  .'. .���������lU'jf ComTiifSftioiKT Uiiais   u-l \Vor!ffj'  Lnntfs nii.l Works 0|������r<?;���������. > '���������-���������:*'������������������'���������.'. v  ������������������''Victor!.i;:.li-;c.'..������4j 1874.'.   .  NOTICE.  1  kmm  m  try  I  I  m  Y071 OK IS FTKRKDY GIVgN lint tho r������4Hwins Hn'l  Pi in Xow W.-������tjiihi������U'r District ������u litivhy n*-rv������������  uutiLfarther notice:  TOWiNVUIP XO: 1.-  Block Xo. 1 Nor ih, Kiingo 1 ffest, Sod inns 25, 20, M  ������������f S *oi ion 1.  Block 1 North, Ittn^n 1 W;-st, Section 27 of $<m. 2..  N'orlhOiist iruotionul qusirtor of Soction 28, kJiouii as  hot 17.  TOWXyini' XO. 4.  ��������� Southeast qo'srurof S<,e'if������n ,C.  Bi/iuhwvat qiiiiru r of Sect inn 6.  TOWXcIIIP XO. 5.  Groan 2, Lot 169.  ,  ��������� R.  RKAVfCX.  gChi^f Comnii4'ionor Lundj and IV * i-**  r.airUnnrtjWorkrt D.p.u-JniLnl, ���������  Vioturi i /Kcb.. 1 "i, 1875.   ' _^  NOTICE.  VTOTICE. IS HERRBV CSIVRN. that the re&wib'J  li of fMnd in tho Xevv* Westminster OisiriC, tl������w������  18th July, 25th Jrily ������nU 2-: I> cemhrr. 1871, .<" wf  as nppiic:iijh; to laud inoliKlijti will j in the Uniin:!'*"-*  of Towusltips Xo. 1. 2, 4. S, S, iivcliMinK Wean1"1"!-  nihury, iin. D.an'hfiamls, Block ii Nnrtli. ^,Ilf������  Wr^t, im! tlie hi-*!* or LaiHtffUnale hetwoon w*  12f>, 132, 13o, 138, HI, 147, Gr-wp I, an-1 now kna������������  .irt Lots sag  iibtf. 207, 20S, '209, 210, 211, 212. 213  215, 210, 217, ill's, Group 1. 1ms Ix-en r.^ein'!e<t.  Chirf Coiniuisfih i  Lnn-ls an i" Works Dcp,'iiauK uI,  V|<j! ori.i ,10th Fubi*u;j ry, 1873.  ROhKKT lihMVKN,     , ,  Chief Comiaissii jit I.jiikIS and i*****  I rJOV'W  ! as ti s  Iklifiiti  FINES-  Co  n  AND  ;rtwi !|.  !'iir He  1MJ 'I   U  i'.?������U U.  2 ���������;''%;  ���������  I  ���������  III  ji  i  ip *������. '������������  :���������'  Witt  ���������bail I  iiwfc 21  BftdVl  :r..  H  1  I  Iff  ������  i  2 1-avt  20, 30  mil AS  I  * 1  I  dated    p  50 Mr   p  i;i<iri^    I  .iitig1*������   ������������  ���������n i'",s    P  kpiwn   m  ���������^rkA  .fflaasrasasBEaB  agBJ������wvsae!^gs3gasaBmHUUBa������8aa^^  tiij:gai^  '.-.'��������� -  .., .;j/.;;y:-(:;nii2^  A^Barkcrv11.ie;::w^  3 Orh Insifc"JnitN$lA'^ soil.: of  Jj r A udrewKelly ^aged^  :���������.. /passengers::y\:;-.;-,;  Sim Frit nel ?c"6. 5th���������Pa s,*eri srers per s 1 e a mt*r  Mohonjjn; Tor r: Vic tori a :���������M tesfjfr TRedferriV  JI rs A." M em\\km; J. J. Past.'n n d wife' tl. Woqd ���������'  ruf. Mr Neu folder rind; 1 ndv. Mr;McCoalef,  (fopt,' Bafemnti nn<].wife* $.��������� Pointer; G. W.  Syms and SO in stooragiv2y- ���������'-.'.������������������ .   !��������� '*���������  yy"'���������'.-''..'; ..PANAD^\^  Mont rips], 0 * li -.Se v e ra r b������ j i I d j n gs a t; Pn in t  St. Charles belonging/to^tlm'Grand Trunk  Railway,; cminnsuijr a targe fivimti fafifticiii>������  6*00 by 1 00/ f������fit, fivij/liV and- ��������� car. ferialring  s ��������� e 11 s. ���������.������ n d ���������rB; ��������� b rick* .'h u i I d j ni $ " ad j pi ri Ing, ^ the  ������.nper p%I---:of *w'h^  ^Mee^ werelimrrie^  i n a tod   at.: $1011.000 ���������Y-,!nj?'t������,ed'i;.for->i $60,000,  m6������������fty--;I*>.-A'riij?rIpan ��������� oBfbit^aS*-^';^*-��������� -��������� 'f '/^ Xy 2  J1 a Ji fa x. 91U X: A \ St. * Job m sifof) at c h\$ny s \ the  hh()ies o f oyer .0 person&wii o.ti iodvt li ere t li is  \\ iMtet;.ha ve. been^empOrarilVyirM erred in :th������*;  ���������m������o\y..." w hi ok' I i es.: in' si ich'o}mn ti ties' W; to^proj  vent the digging, of KravtW y"y v    ������ ..���������''.-  ��������� i    " .EHROPB. '.    :; ".;   ���������   '/.,  London,: M^rch ^d^Thti Crogsoh ;Miirclr  . Stiii*jjl������* Ch iho b<:%yn;U������,dkv.' ���������'"'TlTi*-gV'iiud In^  frh ���������}'������������������ nrii .1(11 rlli?; r-\ee:.������&$w}tio2h'y''-Diit^lriy  ens;   B.irt?r,' i?.A";J< ^������rmris   3fl ?,: H^ngrhton  ',fHrM tho f������pnrito.!ii;:4yt(V t; bii; fiiilod,to g������st  ;a plucft'.. Niii'���������ifrtfto.>iitrtedvi' //':;'?/.;.:::>yy "j."  Lo n <i.n"rji. 3' 1 -rT"^ ^y 11 i^..Q /vvKhdr^nfrom  4h;'ifia:jk uf:Kngliind:,toV^  OtlO:  J   ;'���������"���������"���������"' -1/  '-.-'   '   y y    -"    ��������� ; '  lh������rHn/ fJVV - R|5rh^rok l'i ���������&Sv^a;;r1ln.nc*r^y*������s'i:  <^kr !ny---4tV;-ytn������!':^ ������������f th^,  Ji'ii;������ ol:Loidjvo������sdt-^^.'^^^^ppptUi^a.^  " M.\d������������������ u\, y>(}y-- The ,Carli*rs   juvder' Morrel  h tV'Vb"������fi<tef ri���������fe I hy-"tire AiplioHS^t^.  s"'  Paris*. 4th -Sp'-cit* in the Banic'of Franco  1iicr������fis"d o ]SS.01) iii-tirtc<ditring.tlie Week. - '  ' Luntlim A\h -Httllinii.-in the>BntiIc.of: Enor-  I -ii? ^l^���������v;4'������'c^*"^<;rti>������������������^^ftuf)rt ^^liVnifig ;-.%tli3fe ;pUsi  v/i'ok. "--'r-h������ proportion uf rosorve.to'liabili'  i \ i*<.��������� ��������� w. h ion I 'i������t Avi;efeswas, -43J por con t., is n o.w  y-isii   :\X y-.X ; '   ' :;-;.;��������� '.  -.f'"-;; ��������� _'/' . .���������  L nidnn    4th ��������� A������)vic^s frnrn;Bii������fn'ns Ayre?  Fty rot UM tit*'* .';Val/rte* ��������� ������f;::th*V "OiithidioV'A rely  i������is!i������p ia that :city iWa^ftMCk^diKiidthe^hou'sert  .-������f ih������������������������-.Ji*8Uit������:-8ei"-iVri-firfti" y;,;"'--:"': ���������"������������������?������������������������������������ ;\*   f. ���������;���������''  Pa ri *.{ .lOt h���������ft n ni o rs o f : fi; pori tern p 1 ate d  up d 'e tat by Bo n it p art is Is cans s, so me u n*  ���������;'/P'ari^  coup  easiness;  y Madrid. 0th4-AJ|>libn������o gave:,andience,, to  Serrano yc^tei^ay.::.',  '.:'y}y.y y.:': 'J}.:-;, '}.y{  . : * ���������.:������������������-; INDIA. /"'������������������*"������������������' ��������������������������� I-  ������������������^tyficoltn.y5)h^-Tho EntHfthinari snys it-is:  ri i m on ��������� d I h|i t orders 'have been received: by-  :thH;IiidianvGpyerniiienl froni>EriffiiinU:to hold  t he regimeiits i a iin mediate: Teadinf ������ss; \roiVac������.  .ti 't^X^ly-ij^i.^h^-^nKl ishmaii .supposes Huch;  orders point-tp the powsihiliiy of a war on a  larigp. scitto, nptriiVIndi f ,.  NO ���������.���������NEWS?.1  L ���������ndon. 5th���������A 1i#ipiitch from Berlin says?  i- 'a r.-poried that; they G>������rhianvljr^ierpnient  fi h d ���������oiahdod: the; ;dis initial y ijy.i Ci������. j Papal.  Ni^icTji; at Mil .ioii afid{^-y^salIn.rK-froj--r������]ii*  lions bofW'*en the Vatican npd' IhivMriiY.-  ;, r  The Oxford and X3aml\rV(ig?i\cy.|:>V>..who aro  i i\ X* ���������b^X'' t he: a? Vp "oa.ctiin gf>' boat'.' r-i $*> t A ke  111eI "r q ��������� j a r ters on. t hn Th a nres hex t M u n day ���������.,  BeUing -tin tlie. r a co is* even.- ^v-y-K ;>.. y ��������� .* y .���������  .:; Pii rls. 5i h-i��������� Ni1^. i t i * li o n s: for/, tlie o ��������� gariiza;  liaiofit new Oa lit net: w o. re y broken .off last-  : h - i h t i n ct > i ts^.q i.ttjn be xj f .*. a -di fferenc*? bet wee h:,  i > u ITe is a !>��������� 11 D ii f������a i f y b a t I hey ? we re ��������� resumed  tu day.   No re?nit unnpiiiicod.; ;:: ;   :'   } ���������}  lj-M?do;i:v/Uih----The Post'sy Berlia corr^s  pmi t\H i i<'teleir ni phti th at th ������ ad p p ti * in}, by tlie  Prn^iiin Parllajtiehtorihe new Eccie^iiislicaj  1 ^ it I vy i; ti <l\;a iy i^ eg. B t.u t e.;. en do w in e 111 from Ihe  O i r h n 11 c c i ersr. v/is seen r������Ml.. - A11L p art i <*������. e x -  c - n t i li t��������������� U11 ranio11 ta hes and ex irei ue. Co user *  v;������ti v es. h a ve a j> t'e^ d 16' s i ip p o r tl he fri eas ii re.  'I'Ihth is every' reason' to hie.lieye Gov^rntnent  i* prepnrinp a ineasn re'requiring a lest ojitli  from Caiholies in the Civil service, .who num..  h^r several' thousand, and dikniissiiig��������� fri* ni  eaipI\>yment of tho QovernmenI tliose .who  f.������il to give saiisfactory assurance of their loy-  altyv y :" '���������'��������� .  J -'  London. Mar eh S���������A Berlin dispatch says  y We ���������again pro : t o, press witlinn t .tclegrapiiiC;  hews^froin: liio:lower?conntrv., :A: batch of:  i I ems fi* o m E n rope i o n s, I a te a. dale as M a rch  -10111 aji pear u n d e r o \\ r te I e g rap h h ead i n g; but  ne ws of th e p r o cped i n sjs " o f the L egisl a t ti re  now Aiv session ht. Victoria, and Which , is  looked for with great interest, the-person":who  m akes u py o n u ne ws rep ort does ri o t think |i  w,o.r t h Ids w hi I e: t o sen d.; As ;Uie Iin e h as b een;  world ng: 1 h r 6 iigh to'. ^I c \ jiriii . f oi r t h r ee:-. d ay s:  Ihi.s Vweek, ���������;:tho . omissibii;��������� :/;is ;inekcusali 1 e  and we won'td respectf1111 y ar.k the Snperln  tenderiioftliejline lo inquire into the niaUer;  NEWS': ra  .������������������'"': l -' > -PAUTY, v ;. -  ���������';���������',"The.. !7>llo^in^; is an .��������� ex)roct froiiv a; letler  i v.e,������i y e d,. at: Q i i esrtel mo \ I Ui; o n : T hi j rs 0 ay -j fro nt!  M" r E ���������;���������': W.J ar v rs. w ho is' a t p resent ex p tori n g  *v paKS throng the Rocky Mountains,:between  !he?mpky River and the. Leather Passes : "���������" ���������  Rocky: Mountain Camp. Feb. 10-r-We aro  :!ieur;ihe.FU"nmit������. hot not. across, yot. Ah.ont  a-motVi}i;S?prov.ibicns:|eft:y All-in sood:h^aftli  'and'g pii;i 1 s^y'.}y; Xyyyy X2 ���������;'��������� - E. '\V-[:Jinvls::': *���������'  THE;BUU������tNGf OJ^'TllE OJSPATRICK  -... Ml KING IXTELtG EXClv  ;J       :'      T JGUTXISO 'ORKKK.*  " V.in^iakie co'.' washed up. 13D oz. la5?'  ^veelf and ^0 oz.-.oiifWednesday". yVictoria co  454. oz 1 ast':w.fe>k..,VnnGmvef.po.170 pz, 1 ast  yveek,and ftthbzyon Wednesday, ^ulcan co,  %ff oZ. last week,-end 27- or:, on Wednesday;  Onsieilo co * 29 oz.last week., Glads' one co;  ;slill rinable tp work on accorijit:of shorinVs*  of water. It .is ro ported .that'-ihe.Eleven oM  Eiigland>co. have brukelhrottgli.the rock in-  their sh^fi into gravel;   y' ' ���������'-".-'.'���������"  . DoMrxibx PauiXv m knt.���������^The fo 1 lb wing's terns  appear iii ji Vi.cipvia.Starid^rd 0\ th\ysi gpeci.y\  daUui yFeb.: Irib :y-The-IJndget:speech���������; w^s  niadcylast rii^ht. yThe fi nances are ln> a favor.  h b I e cv i h d i i ion;; . O il e ���������'-. b u n ��������� I red  a rid: t we n ty ���������  liye ���������ufiriions- of doiiary? willliavc to; berlior-  ro wed vw \ th i i j te n d ay s [ f < >r rai1 w ay an d *o tii er'  !-pib jic- work .s..:::'-.T lie- Imperial gnu rari tee waa  u 11C as ko d :o nth e,,l o a it,las t- sum m e r :b e ca use a j  d is pn t e e x is ted wi th B riti s i i; Co I ii m b i a. ;; Ho ri.  D r; Tup} >er hi ad.e tin a b I e s pe'e'eh iii   defen c������-.  o f the fimi������ n c i d; po J i cy o f the Iast A dm i n is tra';  (ion. : ��������� Tenders tw ill. be eal led > for a t. o n ce" f pr  the .:m <ii j ser vice; bet. ween ��������� Yi c to i i a and Sari  :Frarici^co���������first,lor setui:monthly  trips; ;��������� 2d,  iv>rsemimonthly trips trom October to April,]  y ��������� Q\\e p t th e most; f rigJi tlitl cai as t ro plies exer.  record ed at; w a 6 cc \ i r red on t he: IS th. No v em  :ber 1 ast. . The O.osp a trick,-'. (>a p t. El riisiie. was  on; iTtlrNpy ember in lat, 37 15; S. and long.  12 25 E., 6 r ab ou t 250 m i les wes t o f tho C apo  .Of y^qo'fc.II^ sou is on .board  mairily:; ���������emigrant "families -of .1 he ylaboring;  cl as!*, bound fr onl En gland ..to ��������� Nevt -?"ealan3  S oiur after rii id ti i gh tJ s mo ke: w as see n^ c oin in g!  vout: of y the fore-hatcli,/ and in a lew mi not ep  "the fl a tries b ������ rst: o u tori d ebk.": {The p asseri gers  gre w. vv i Id, and y- w he't her fro in '��������� "4h v i r.'." rush i ii g  aboiit !br:Irorii 1 oss'; .of riefye,';the steer?tri; n  lost control;of the rnddcr,ythe. ship ; turned  li ead t o ' win d', a h d un oke an d fl atri e were  b Io,wn orer the whole vessel.;  Etgh ty pass ���������'n-.  gers, most ly... w omen. go t in I q Ihe, si ar li'oard  , b o;a t, \v h i ch fi I led; an d ��������� ca pi- ized,; a 11 d d ro w n g d  all on board of it.   This .boat wns afterwards  righted j arid got * away  with!; 27 p avengers  yThe/m-iMs. of the burning; ship fellj killing  many,;and by :degrees ajf 1 Ihe pat-sengers; ex  :cept some sixty:must have throvni/tbritriselyes  into the sea, as by fotvV-ih'lheiafternoti^  T9th tlie .B.hj}>' had beeri biirrieddowri-Id!the,  copper..���������-:Jiist/befqre .the^raaiuma?i.t;fell, early'  p it;!ta"e nio[rni n,g:o f.;the 18th, lb c second offlocr,  ���������Mr Mac36nald.: j\imped into the;';porty bosty"  thenTull'of passengers���������and gnt aw������yy He  picked up2.0.} few^more^; nielllife. starboard  : bpaty hnd:.wirt:lwp sai tors';traris'ierrecl hiinseIf  tdyihal. ^Thirst killed ail but himself and  f on r st ran ge rs b e fore'th tiy w e re pick ed up on  th e 271 hyb y tMvr^h ip, B ri t ish Seep ire. nn d������ t w o  more > of Ihe: suvviyQrs. died madi on board tha:;  ship.5'/,   ':..-':-:   "-; .������������������'.;���������',���������..: ':    ��������� ���������"'��������� ���������.  -The port boat, has nptbeen heard of since:  Mr Macdonaid quiUed, her, arid is lielievedUo  have sunk on tho 21st., when the wind rose to  a :ga I e: vd?erh a ps Ibis Is; t he' b a p pi e r, v ie w, for  it:;was :;rio��������� /belter"provisione^;than the- starboard 'bqiitvan(l the * sufieririgs .in that ^vere  terrible, y Four days from: the wreck '(Novem  ber 2.2d)Vin en; began to; die it ad, from -Ihirst  and <]:rinkingFsal^vviitef^id pb 1 he;^:23d^j.he'���������  ^urvivors^bt?gan living on the dead bodies^  eating tlie livers and: drink ing; t|ie blood. ^By  * th e 27 th;. al I e xc e p t M sv- Mac do n aid ���������- \ and:7 f o n r,  m ore h ad di ed I th ad,. a n d; ih r ee b f t: h e s u'r V i vo rs  were nearly tsenseless arid two- riiad.^ These  I wb:.died on board: the &J'} ush ^Scepirc Veto re  she reached .St.,:ilele!;a,:where the three sur  vivbrs landed/ If .tlie first male and the port  boatv areyrestfried;: it'. must'be', between' Hie  wreck arid As$cesisit������n, as the piirrept^etslhio  way,'��������� and after;h"orrors among the passengers  equ alto th pse end n red i n. t be s tarb oar d b bat;  The power^ of thirst|;������nUke that of biingeri is-  jrresistibje,���������^riien  under its  influence  will  d rink ��������� the .sea ��������� water, ��������� th oi igh they know; i t*  efrect, and then. comes;.: in ad n ess and ��������� su icide.  Tli e p e r so ris on w bo se b od i es ' th e su r v i vors  }: A Tk ya k DY of '. Tii b Ska.--The BV-i tisli'slup  Enxinev bound-fr^in'Nprth^hleld^  was;dljstrbyed hy' fiVe^in^'the South: Allanllo .  in.. August last.   The crew tpoW to lbe boals,*  which sonii^sep^ra tod from .each; o(hor,   The  * ������c"cu pan ts of ,o ne' b oat lost a 11 their.-pro visions  and w a ter, u u d af t er, e nd 11 ri u g., t|ie pan^a o f  hnnger for some timej.drew \\6tavt6rtfe^U������)  ivh.icli of J tli mn should^ he^kille^ to^)regen,o  the;lives of his.coiri|)anibris;yfTKl lbt fellSpoa  air Italian sailor, who Vas: killed 4nd| ciit ^iip.  Only, a few^ hours afte^rwardslhe^othersvwerft  picked up>by a^'passin^ fchip.^I^fc^sevfl/^l  days f h ey h ad e a to ri "rib t' li i n g, abu;J liaii .Ten ilea- ,  vo red to q i ie nch t hirst by sea ��������� w at er;- -so��������������������������� r tha t  one of thom.:,wholly exhaus^ted,'atrove:16 sIiib'  h'msejf in] despairy.' Jlle! wasy>however, re-  a rai n'ed j*y his co m radca,; wiio. pitop osed 1 hit, :  0()n Midori rig: tbe :,ci fcunis lancet. It: sho aid \>e  decided by lot which, of the six:should: be the  fi rs t.- t i ������ t i tri *? to save, li is c bin rad es for aw hi l������  fr p'ra d ea th by h i\ n ge r.   In c o iif or m \iy with  this; p 1 an/ six; pieces of wppd b f. vary ing length  were cut;;  the -inate held tlieni iulifehdnd,  and eaclKof tlie: irif5n*drew. out on a jyhe'Whc>  drew the* lo rige^t wits to fa 11.. yFriri .c.i3;Shuftis,  a n I tali a n, was the un for lu ri ate wh b in.: tl)e I o t  ajs;ghod'lbr;iii ;Meekly and-wiUioiit^afriiiir-  mur he submitted^ apd soon he. gave:^iip the  % host; u n der th e ' kn i fe o f; li is liu n gry follows.  'Some hoitti af ter wardf3f jirid when they:liftd  just cammenced;llieir horrid meal, a sail was  ;sigutedv;:;on ythe hbrizbtv;Vwhither:'coiiriefwas  lm rii ed iaite ly sh a p ed*.' ��������� 0 ti "th c e vet i trig���������. -of the  same day~rAuzwt,'- 31--the five-^refcued^r--'  sons,;-c uuptetely exhausted preached -t he diick  b ty ih e yJa v a ;��������� Packe t, -:- wii en :e very thing.. w im  d one-tovm lice; the; fir e tin fori -ri tfaies ���������>���������forget;; ad  miicti as possible the mise 17 suffered.1 ''v  .������������������;.':  :   . r  '���������' '  ami ] weekly ' trips irom : April lo: October, (were maintained ^nuist ..have commiUed sui.  Uabin.pass-ge to be fixed.at S20, steerage at' cide, as^ We:^believe, excepl'in sudden deaths-  |510.   Mr DeOosinosmoved for the purchase  ,X u}^nX^^Uh" ton no>M-i^ in ^r^.  0 f 1 h a t p or t i on 01 AI as k a to -; ,t he, east 0 f Mo uq i  S t. EliaSi Mr Rbscoe mo ved tor the su r v e y  of both boundaries ohAlaska. Both motions  were withdrawn at the sugges tion oftheGov-  e r n m e n t, Mr D i-Cosm os ha seal l e d. -. f0 r. l h 0  Chief Engineer's-ReporL in respect of- the  Railway via E-qui malt arid tii e Seymour Nnr-  ro wa: Tn rep Iy to Mr Tb0mpson. ;Hon. Mr.  Mackenz:e soil the Government would not  imp ro ve the F rase r \ 1 p w a rd s fro m LU 10 0 et, as  it was useless in connection wtlh the overland railway.  Biutisii Tiuok.���������In the first year of thi a  the Pope lias permitted the Austrian Bishop?,  to comply with the law which requires, that  century the total value of the  imports.and  he aothoritio������ be notiftod  of the names ot  exports of the United Kingdom was 53i.mil-  t  priests appointed to livings. This is. oonsid-  eiod as evidence Unit the Itope is actuated by  political motives, as the resistance -of the  Prus������ian> Bishops, which lie ��������� recognized, was  the piincipal cause of the recent trouble with  the Catholic Church in Germany.  The Convention between Spain and the  United States f(\r the settlemem of the Vir  ginlusntTalrlias been signed.  Lo nd 0 n; St h ���������The A l p t: 0 n zo is ts a h d Ca rt is ts  are exchanging prisoneis.      "  The ouiount of hirtlion withdrawn from the  Bank of England to day was ������15,000���������alitor  the United States.    .  Paris, 8th ���������An order forbidding the sale of  ih* Nineteenth Century-itewspnper has been  issued.  London, 8th���������Many women and children  were '"'��������� twitod by the wreck of the steamship  < * u t��������� t-i������.. 1 m i rg i n I h e st ra 11 s b e I w ue u A u d tr a 1 i(������  ani V 411 Diem ins Lind.  poi  lions; in the eleven m-uiths. of 1871 they  amounted to 501 millions, exclusive of foreign  'produce exported, of which the total value is  not yet given, but may be fairly reckoned at  50 million*. -. The tonnage employed in carrying to and from the snores of the United  Kingdom', the vast stores of merchandise  gleaned from every corner of the globe has  exceeded that of tlie two previous years, and  a grat.ifying feat 11 re in c0nnec110n therewith  I ies in th e fact. th a t th is ex cess 0 f to nt wg e s 0  employed was nearly all British.  Scaulkt Fkvkr.���������A mild form of scarlet  tover has been prevalent amongst the children  in the Cariboo district for the past two  months, and several adults have also suffered  Uxm the same disease.  f yfena.VXT;^ Officii^  Berlin showv that Prussia in December, IS? 1,  contained 15.936,682 members gof. the Eyiin-  gelical Churchy 4j642^Lutheran Sepiratisls,  1,691 ^Moravian yBre0ren;ul,71Q[ ^Irving! tus/.  8,818 Ba^ltsls,i3;950'Memnonites, 1,800 Gee    *  m%Md{0hnyian  Catholics, J,387 -Greeks,.and;24-,830 persons  belonging "to' other sects���������making a total of  24,313;5/>0, with   325.o4o-; Jews, y Of these,  118^C3 mile3,and 153,709 females cbjiId!rcad ���������  audi write imperfectly.-arid 8S3;St3,malesynnd  I 306,431 females were! literate. ;The:l-atter  jclassiwas:compos������d of. 1.0 83,5171 Evangelicals.  ' L150r29&'Kbrii airCaihoi  2,840-Dissent^ts.vFvThe Wiesba'den,^Berlin,  ^igma'ringen^aud  Merseb(?rg districts liad  from  110 to .S3-lueticand $'\i;t^4-52 per     '.  aont. w briie ri i H i te r a tes, wh il e Pose ri'. p arils i c,  Bromberg> :;ariid ^^i^^ei^e^yh^l;30-31; to  'Si' G 2.: rii en a* id 37 -(Jti tp" *1101 wornen i ri ilia t  category. , 'i'lie .Gei^nan Oilmpire rcotitaiood at  the same date '25,579 71J9,.:or 63' per cent., :  Evangelicals. X yT&MTA63; or ^36 jiHrWent..  Roiriari; Catholic $ ^Si; 155 Disseri tbts-) 512-.158  Jews;;  and 17,156.pe 1 so ts of;other perst 1 a-  si 0 ns- or w h 6 disci ai meii an y; C reedy, in akin^ a  total "of:il}05B,6-ll. : yyy l. y^Xy > ���������.:'������������������.:��������� y :-i ^  ;..  ���������yy  ''. '-'-'.'���������>  ; y  : - y  2Xl  - X  *���������������  Ma Samdkl Scott ha? spiel 'out. qf^thc !:Vic������  fcovia co., Ligbtniog^cVeek, for- $9,p0p^-li interest. ���������'       . 'vy-.-." r.'*������������������-���������-. ''���������:"-i;. :-"���������:-' '.. y  the: blood. ;coagu la tes too quickly to quench  thirst.���������'; .,yy-y-yy ��������� '���������.,.���������:��������� yy yy-} '��������� ;  Deatir.���������Mr and Mrs Andrew Ke 11 y have  *b e en v isit ed with a se ve r e. afflj c ti on 1 n'l he  loss of their eldest son, a fine child of.nearly  six y e a rs, w ho (i\ ed on We d n esd ay m or n in j  last from the effects*of a severe cold received  after having partially recovered from the  sc a rl e t fe ver. The resi d en l s of this, d is t ri c t.-  to whom poor I i it le' '4 J be k '���������' was so we 11  known���������having been born and brought up  amongst tb cm���������will sympathise with the bereaved parents.  yfim UoAD.-Qui'e a difference of opinion-  exists- aa.to .the possibility of keeping the  road between Richfield and VanWinkle open  for double teams for the "remainder of the  season. Some people say this desirable end  can be accomplished.at a enst'of;������25. other*  that. it.would cost $000 simply to keep the  road over the Richfield hill open. We would  not cure to be in the position of ihe Government Agent, who has lo decide the matter.  It is reported, on good authority, that Mr  Marcus Smith, Chief of (he Canadian Pacific  Railroad Survey, lias lately purchased the  ranch and stock of Mr Alex Robb. situate in  the Nicola valley. The purchase was, made  for the Chief's son at S1000 cash. This looks  ua if the railway route had been fixed.  Bkukiclev. ; Sep tem.be ry lS69.r~ Gentleman,  I fee 1 it a..duty(i qyv.e to y0iir,,tp) express my  g rat i 111 d e f0 r* t h e greii t be n efi fc; ly ha ve d er i ved  by taking *N6r?t6.n.V(^.nio.^ite;pitil^*-f:I ap- '  pi i ed to y p u r ageii t, Mr y Be 11, i3er kel ey, (or  the a b 0 v e- ii a m ed P i 11 s y? f 0 i w i nd in;. t.h e s torn ���������  ach, fro ra w h i,cii j- su ffered ;ex c rue ia ti ng.. pi Tu  tor a lerigth of;;lirrie,:.:havjng���������, tried neatly  every remedy prescribed, but witlmut deriving .any benefit at alt,;".::.' A fie rvt aki tig; jlwo  bottles of - your valuable Pil Is,, I .was qui tw  restored to. niy .1.1 ?ua 1st ate .of ben ith. PI ease  give th is p ub I icily! fo.r/, t h e; b e ii e fiji p f th ose  who m ay b e th ns a fil i c|ed, r-I am .sir, truly  vorirs, Hmnhy Aij.pass.���������To tlie Proprietors  by Nouton's Ca mom ilk Piixs."   . X  Notiok:���������Mr Lindsay, of Van Winkle, will  act as agent for the Sicxtixel on Lightning  O v eek, an d all o r de rs 1 e ft w j th th a t g e n 11 e me n  will b e p r 0 m p t ly alt en d ed , to. Par t ies. a t  the lower end of Lightning desirous of subscribing, wilt please leave their orders at Me  D e r m 01 Vs, Stanley. Sent by M ai I to . sn b  scribers at the rate-of $1 per month, pay  able in advance. .   , .  FOR SALE,  Tins  ^  QUESNELMOUTH  Apply to  il3 3m  TIIADDEUS HARPER,  Ciiatoa,  mm wmma  NE8  2  BARKSaviLLS, :  Auctioneer,Commissiozi  and Mining: Affent,  WQoodsreceived and stored In FIRE-PROOF  CKL.LAR. *ai liberal advances made on same, at  reasonable rates:; my 0  SAMUEL- SMITH,  STANLY,  LIGHTNING CREEK,  H&a on hand a choice stock of     ...  .......      i ...���������..'-.���������  Provisions, Groceries..  UQUOaS, CItJAlS, CL9TEHC, IC.  * ', '     >     ��������� -   .��������� ��������� ��������� - .    ���������...'-������������������.  .iff bleb be will soil,  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AS CHEAP  ;  ��������� v'. AS THE CHEAPEST.  ;��������������������������� "��������� . ftUl l .������������������������  ..  Jfttfstmas  y Mechanical. Toys,  i-a r i e s, Ill tt's t ra te &  GOLD    PENS,    FANCY    STATIONERY.  '    TBSFUMERY/iuid other f&taa.-  :v A large etock of  yyyy ������������������:' ."'at tab ..'���������.���������'  BARKERVILLE DRUG STORE.  pARTIES     INTENDING     TO y AVAIL  *��������� themselves of the now Mining Law and to put  chase their ground, ean.hsre tbe Survey of the saine  ami Maj* made by addressing  .    y  " ���������  otice to Claimants of  A  ������������������:���������-���������rt '���������  ULLGOET   DISTRICT.  TOWNSIlirfNQ. ..  OTIOE Is hereby given, ?tbat in accordance with the provisions of the "Land  Act, I874/? the following lands aituate in the  District of LUlooet, opposite Big Dog Greek,  rijjht back of Frneef River, have been subdivided \iy;SurveyB; and Maps thereof ^ba^e  been deposited in ttho OQce of ���������5. E. Pope,  l&q^Cliaton:   ���������: :  \.y   Sections 1; 2;2.-  /'    East half of Section 4. :^  }'y . ������    y i  - ������ ;   9; ;y y - y > ��������� -  Sections lMi, and 12.'  Fractional Sections113i 1*.  '?���������  West half q! Section lo.v ���������  North half of Section 16.    ���������       :   -y  Sections 20^21; 22.    :  yy Fractional Section 2*5. 2 -   ''        y  ���������2    Sections 20, 27; 28, 29, 34J *"'   :''  -South half of Section 35.    ���������'������������������>':���������������������������  l^ &>:  !      ;  :AM that clalroaute of any portion of thi#  land ivuo have not obtained Crown Qr&n^  thereof should prove up their claims in ae-  cordance with ^Clause.21, '���������** Laud Act, 1874."  Forms of proof and. declarations csn he  obtained at the office of the Commissioner,  Clinton.  ROBERT BSAVEN,  Chief Commissioner I*a.nd������ and Works*  Stands and Works Office,  Victoria. Deo. 19, 1874.    ' ja7  Public- Motice  IVTOTICE IS HEREBY GlYENTHAT THE  *yl'   following  aro  tbe Boundarien  of the  Land Recording Jpistricit'in the Froviucdof  British Columbia:; '  NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.  The Land Recording District of New Westminster shall be.abounded' en the South by  the Southern Boundary of the Province (the  49th Parallel of North Latitude) to a point  about 65 miles East from the shore of .the  Gfulf of Georgia%SHid point hejog tho South-  Eastern corner.of,Now��������� Westminster District,  aud the Sou th; Western, corner of the Yale  District j   on the East.by ft lino (being also  the Western boundary of the Yale1 District)  running North from  the ������aid South-Eastern  corner, crowing, Fraser. River about. 8 m\iea  above tbe month of Harrison River, to a die-  lance of about 45 niilea, aiid thence North-  West by North about 50 mil���������, at an'average  distance of about 10 miles East from the gen-  i'ra( course of the-.Douglas - Porta ge. to the  North^Enstern corner, oI isaid District, which  le also the North-Western corner of Yale Dis-  Iriol; on* the North By-a line (being- also the  Sou t h erii bo n ������ d a ry, in p ar t y o f I h a ��������� Li JI o oe������  District), thence running West; from said tail  named oomer, crossing Lillooet Lake at V  point about equidistant from either end, anO  touching the .extreme' Northern, point ���������of Jer-  vis Inlet (which isihe-South We^t corner of  LUlooet District) thence to ���������Forbes' Bay on  the shore of Desolation: Sound:'; and on rh������*  West, by a line running through* the middle  of Horn (ray. Channel to Sara ti Point;  an<l  thebce in a straight line Southerly to the.'nips'i  Westerly point of Savary island'^ thenop to  mid channel of Gulf of Georgia ;  thence to  the eenfre,of Sabine channel to tho boundary  of Nahaimo Land Recording piftricf, foJjow*-  iog through the centre of said channel to a  point opposite Point Upwood. TexadaJaUnd:  tbence following the mid-channel of tbe Strait  of Georgia to the. North-Eastern corner oi  Cowicban District;  thence Weat.on the 49th  Riifjtllol to point of commencem^ot, and shall  include   the   following    Islands'���������:������������������ Roffy,'  4Mary/ i Melville/;4 Morgan,7��������� Otter/'Mink,'  ��������� Rugged/ ' Savary/ * Karwood/ '.Texada.r  1 Hardy/   * Nelson,'   * Obtain/*  ���������Pearson/  ? Tbormandy/2 Trail/ ������ White/. VAnvii/ -De  fence/  * Woolbridge/   ' Gambior/   ' Keats.'  1 Bo wen/ * Pasley/ .v Pop bam/ '-Woolcombe/  end * Passage/and all other sinall Islands not  enumerated within said boundaries..  NOTICES;  : on the East hy li'ej**  Longitude.;  onthelC  toral Dielrict. being also tbe North-East cor-.j of .North Latitude  ner of New Westminfeter Dlslriot; thence fol- Meridian of Wfe������t lionguuoe; on the No i  lowing the Northern and Ewstorn boundaries by: tbe 60th Parallel; aud iin the West h  of tho Yale Laud Recording Division to the j Alaska, a Territory of tho United Stain i  America. ?r  ROBERT BEAVE%  Chief Comraiasiouor Ltnds A-WonV  point of coromeacement  DISTRICT  OF   YALE   (OSOOY003  :     DIVISION).  The   Osooyoos  Land Recording DistrictJ  shall be boundedyoo the South by the 49th]  Parallel, commencing at a point (being also!  the Sonth-East corner of the 1 ale Land Rt������r  cording Division); thence running West, to J  the Weotern boundary of Kootenay District  thence ruuniag Northward along ..the said  Western boundary to the So������tth-fiwt corner  ���������of the Kamloopa Land Recording Division ;  thence foliowiog the Southern and Eastern  boundaries of said Land Recording Division,  to the Soufb-Western corner of the said Kara-  Land* and Works Office*  ... Victoria. July iStb. 1874.  f*S  DISTRICT OF YALE (YALE DIVISION)  ��������� The Yale Land Recording Division shall  bo bounded on the West by a line commencing on the 49;b Parallel of North Latitude.  65 mile6 East from tbe Gulf of Georgia, twin?  also tlie South-Eastern corner of New West  minster Land Recording .Dialriot ; thence  j North aboh t 45 mi 1 es ; ��������� then ce North' abo u (  * ������5 mil es | . th ence Nor tb:AV>81 ab piifr 50 m i leV  to a point,being the North-Easterly corner of  New Westmi h ate'r Dis t r i c t:;' t he uce Eas t ab on t  '3Trm i 1 es^ t Oytiv poi n t -riear (the :j i ise t io ti'. cvf. th e  Thoinpson and :Nicola Rivers ; thence in a  S o u t h - ^a sterly dir ee Uo n,; run ni ng paral 1 el to  IhW''genw^V:i^urM^f: the IS.ieoIa.: River, ;and  d is tan I a bo tit 7 m i! es ihefef rom ��������� for a d isi an be  of about35 Sll^fo'Gblawfi-^r River;;thence  in a Southerly direction along the trail to s  point 2.miles West ef Princeton ; thence due  South, to the 49th F-vraUely about 36 .miles ;  thence along the said *>>rallei to the point-of  Commencement/ '���������  loops Land Recording Division; thence due  South along the boundary of the Yale Land  Recording Division to point of coaimeneo-  ment :  LILLOOET DISTRICT..   2.  The Laod Recording District of Lillooet  yhall be bounded on the East by aline (belog  ilao the Western boundary. In part, of the  Kootenay  District)  comme'ioiag  from ;thp  North-East em corner ol Yule- Electoral District; thence following a course parallel to  the general course of the Columbia River and  ���������ibout ten miles distant Ihehjfrom. 50 miles"  io. a point on tbe 5 2d Parallel of No rib Lati  fnde, which is the .'Noith-Eastern corner o'  ���������otid LiUooet District, and the Sontb-E*at^i������  corner of Ca r lb o o Dis trio t;  o n t he Nor th b.  he said 52d Pttralk-l (being ,abo ^rje Southeri  bouodarf of Cariboo  Distrfet) cr<'8������fng tb  t 'ari Yibo RoHid a i'i he 1 ;*>U h mi I o pest,* for h  Hmtance of about 220 miles, to a point on tb������-  124th Meridian, which -w the North:Westen  corner of said Lillooet District, and the Soutl  Westei'n cornar of Cariboo District;  on th'  West by the said 324>b Meridian, ft distanc<  ���������>f about 125 miles, to the point whore th  ���������������aid  Meridian intersects the Northern bou-  hary of  New Westminster District, at tb������  Northern extremity of.Jervis inlet;,.en thi  Smith by the Northern boundary of Nev  Westminster District, to  tho Norih Eftsten.  corner of said District (whicli ie Also th  .*Jorth-Wo8t������rn' corner of Yale Electoral Di^-  trict) and thence.by the Nor;hern boundar>  before described, of said Vale Electoral Di������  'riot, io the South-Ess tern corner of said Li I  iooet District, which, is ai������6 the Nprth-Ensten  corner of Yale Electoral DUiribt.-  - LEA & PEERIISrS' :  , ..Celebrated" =.  VV OR C E S T E RSHIR E    SAUCE  DooIftredbyCounoissi'urnoljc ���������  THE ONLY GOOD SAUCE.  Caution against Fraud.���������Tn* oucctts <ni(.L  roost deliolous and iinrlrslletl- Condiment fef,  cAusod oertRlD dealertto tpply tht Bunu of "Wo ,2  fershlM' S*uc������' '-toth^fr own Inferior c<������mi������ m&tSl  public ts-bereby informed tbaith% only wrvlq'J  curothtgenuine. Uto J    "-.'*.:  A9K   FOR  LXA  6c  PERRIKS'    SAUCE  indtosee that their namouAre upon tb*w*am-������-  r.ABKL8,S?0l������?KR,anrt bovtib. ;.:       "  Some ot theforolpn miri'n* h������vluR bc^Vuiihiw  vitba8purlouj.Wnrco6terFhirr{Sftucfl:Hpontbfi\ui,y  per and labels of which th������������ nnmcF or Lvm nnd ?m\n  we been .forged, L. and r. Klre dglicetftmitfer  mve furn|������heii th������trftorre>pr.ftdentp with n^M  Attorney to take instant proceeding-aRainsi W  ���������Acvohgneand vB.vr>ORi.oi auch, or any otliciiajitt-  'lone by whtcbth������!rr!jrhtroj������ Tl������<i a fringed, y,  ���������I  DISTRICT OF KOOTKNAY.  The Land Recording DiBtriot of Kootena.  shall be bounded on the Wcvt by the befor  described Eastern bonndsri������������fi of   Vule Elei  'oral and Lillooet Difitt'tola up to  the Nortl  Eastern corner of Lillooet District, which i  ilso tbe South-Eastern corner of Cariboo Di-  riot, and thence by a line (being also th-  SouJh-EjiPiern boundary of .Cariboo- Di������tric������*  roiiowing the general course of the Columbi  River, and distant:from :it about 10 miJes, fos  a fa r ther dia tan ce:. o f about 60 m i 1 es, to >;  nointori the 118ih Meridian, about 15 inilei  North-Bast of the Boat Encampment; > anc  ihence by tho 11 Sth[Meridian (beinsr also th&  Eastiffin" boundary,, I n- pa rt, o f Oar i b oo; Dis-  trict) to the summit of the Rocky Mountains.  ihe; Essterri bou ������&ary of the 'Provinoe;  pi  the East.by the said Eastern boundary of thi  Pro v in ce ;  and ���������. on the Son th ftp the A H\  Parallel, the Southern boundary of. the I'ro  yince*''; ���������':       '"-y y  Vskfor LEA <fc���������-FSRHIKS? Saii^ Xmim  . .Name on  Wrapper, Label, -Bottlo.^wd-  Stopper. ���������    ry-. \ ��������� ���������  WlioJ.-#ale and for export by tbe proprietor W'":  c-?Btir; Crosse k Bb������ckw ll; London, &c.'. Ac -! ������w  ���������y.-Grocers and Oilmen uu'iYorft&liv-. '���������'..���������       "'   ������������������������������������-;  NOTICE-  ."Vr'OTICB IS HEREBY.GIVKV that tho followliiij ImA  j 1' in NTew Westminster Districi jiro hereby rwierwul  until lurther notice:.  ':    TOWNSHIP NO. 1.  Block No. I North, R-jngo 1 West, Sections 25, 26, 30  (*f Srction 1.  Block 1 Xorth, .Kangfll Wast, Section 27 of Seo. 3.  Korthiiii.st friction si quarter of S. 'Ction 28, known as  XotJ.7.  TOW.^IIIl1 S0 4i  Boutboast quarter of .SeetK>n 6.  Houiii wi*st $ihii er of Socti on 5.  . TOWNSHIP:lif). .������/  Group 2, Lot 169.,  R. BEAVfiN',   :-  Ob i i-'f Com m it - i ou er 'L::n .1������ an J VV ork:',  I..i.nli an i,Works D pi irlincut,- ������ ���������  .  DISTRICT  OP   TALE (KAMLOOPS  DIVISION).  The Kamloopa &*nd Recording Division  shall be bounded ofitho South by a line commencing at a point 2 miles We������tof Princeton,  runnin^due East to,the South point of Okun-  agan. Lake;   thence .on the Boat bv a lice'  running Northward, and following the E^at-  em shore of OKanaf an Lake to it������ bond ;  thence due North to Hound Lake ; thence on  ihe South by a line running due Ea*t to the  Eastern boundary of,Yale {21 ectoral Dtetrict,  befsg atait the wegtern -boundary of .Kcnta.  nay  District; thence following the Western  boundary of Kootenay District, to the North-  l*3nat. corner of r*l������ Electoral District ��������� thence  on the North by the Southern boundarv, in  part of lillooet DiHriCt, running West from  the said ]mi-nanMd corner, and paapio^ about  three miles. North of .^vmour, to a dbtance  of about 20 mile? ;   tbenoo in a direct [In*  about. OS- miles, to a  point on the North  rhomp������on River (Meridian Bend)  about 15  miles North of Ka������i}oop8 ; thence in a direct  hue about  15 miles North ai- Kamltiot>s������  thence, in a direct line about 50 lines m tfj  \ M mile post on th<* wagon road from Yale to  bunion; thence In "a direct lb; o HO mil** to  ���������������*,S������rt& Wm cofttfs of. 'te.-iO] %% g^.  ;   ^     DISTRICT OF CARIBOO. ;  The .'.'Land Recording DiHtriot of Caribo<  ihail.be bounded on the We&t.by the 124t)  'Meridian., which iti .also tht Eastern boundary  of the Coaefc District;  on the South by th*  52d Parallel, which is also the Northern bonn.  dary of Lillooet Dislriet; on the Sonth-Easf  by the before described boundary, in part, ot  Kootenay District; on the East'by the 118lh  Meridian of West Lo'ngtitude (heingaleo the  .WeaLern boundary. in. oart, of Kootenay Die:  trict) to tlie summit of the Rocky Mountain*,  and thence Northward by.the Rumnilt of tbe  1 Rocky Mountains., and by the 120th Meridiatj  'of West Longti ttide, the Eastern boon dary (of.  the Province ;  and on the North by the 60th  PurulSel of North Latitude, 4the. Norlfeera  boundary of the Province.1  DISTRICT OF OMINECA. .  The Land Hecordi.ig Dretrict of Ominec������  shall be bounded on the Goutb hy the 54i-  Paralbd of North Latitude ; on'the East h}  the   12ith  Meridian of East Longitude;  or  the North hy the 56th Parallel; and on thf  West hy the 127tb Meridian Jof East Longi.  2  Putic^IsTotice.    Xy:  P a I   VAfE   Bl L L i  All *pp������catlrhs for Prlvstc Blus^ro^^fTTk'I  V J^^.^IaiIod by the UTttateuV'. A^nAjh  <;;itiBb;CoJomhiaf--.withih tttr purview of ��������������� Thriaiurd :  t >rin America Act. 1867,,������ whether tor the iT.-ritn-tf."  yjn^^^the miikinft.of n Jtatlroi.l, Tbrnpik.-iUAii.-J"::  r lugrapn I Jus-, the co.nstrocil������n or Impr-v^netn *i  j.irb������r, Canal,:Lock. Dam ol ^IKi������..or ������������iiic-rlik*-wirt���������':  - ��������������������������������������������������� grunting of a ri^rht ot Ferry; th������ incorpMr.tin,,!  ^ny particular tra.ic orcalliuV, ..r x,T miy ,f..jni.it rU  ���������ompany; orotht-pwlw-fer Rr:nMnp to aov lorivi W  rin:iVMlual8any^xcl������miveorp.ciili..,rrir.t������orpr17.  loges whatever, or Tor ;-ioiDK *ny.'fa'tnur **&>'  ��������� litcii-iu itsoperstitiu wonlo njfec'i tho rivUtni&t}.  rtv.,rother parties, or relate (.. ������hv parUciHar cl-a"  ������ftU  c^mmunitr; nr for nuking any sm-'iMmrirftfi  .ko \ntur������������ to any former Act. shall r.-qulrs r* JLsfr������ ,  .. nr.;������n������l 'HPtinctly Fp-cifrjnfr the nature mi 5 obj -A-  f tnv:application; to ������������<��������� put*limned a< follow������, viz ���������  A NoUr... ipgcrieU !d the Brstl������lj.C' UtmhU Ihixxy  *o<l in ������������ne cew*tp������p-*r noMishet! in tbe-iliMthrtH'*.  ectoi); or if there bo no n wspaper psiMishefl tfif-rnti.  nen In u nowypi.p-r in too n^A  a-\ir-������t .Jt-trict in  ���������;hlcb a newspaper t������-i*ob!isljeri.  Such imj ice flhall in con Unwed In each es������1Stf.  ... porlo<! of at least sis 'weeks, uurlnc: the lut������7v*l of  irae between the close of-'tho nejrt proce'Hng SesEhn  nJ;tbe con8i������tor.itl������su of the piMitjon;  Before as y Petit Ion pra y\ n y for I ������&?������ to brim  a a Private Bill r������.������r. t he erection of a Toll Britige  ���������resented-to tbe House, th*������ person or p������r*on������ tnt-'u-l ,"  .ng to pell tion for finch Bill slut It, iipou giving lite' n������  ico proserined intheprecatUng Rulf, a lab ni tltesarai  line, and i n: I he awns manner, give notice of the ratfi  vhich they lutenti to ask, the extent of the orivfl'f!',  ���������uo height of the arches, th������- interval l^twecn thi  ! .hutments or pierf for tbe passage of -rafts or r^nfH?,  n<l tnoBtiohiog also whetlier,they;Intend to owd������ .  :.rawbriag* or.notj and,tbei.timenM������nKof tho Borne.  }.'.  .MXy J., ROWLAND BKTT,  1*   X '   Clerkgof the Legislative Agficmbl/  oiBoiis.siiio-' ���������  er9s  ���������\fOT.:OE IS HEREBY" GIVSN THAT  1.1.  o i and after the  JFIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER NEXT,  allClama In the Cariboo O|������trlot may he laid or?r  until no 20th May,, 1875, subject to tho 0th Section  of tbe Gold Mining Amendment Act, 1872.  II. M. BALL,  ��������� . : Gold Commissioner.  Rich.lei J, Ttk October. 1874. oclO  i  ce  m "z DISTRICT of cassiar;  w   The Oas^iar Land Recording District Rhal������^  'be b^roded on tho)feg4j^tb<y the3fffo PaAllel  DRHM THIS DATS THE ASSAY Charge  *     for tots of Quid Dust'of Fifteen Ounces or umi������  is  KED0CKD TO TWO DOLLARS,  ftQd Ur  MINERAL'ASSAYS TO FIVE DOLLARS,  tho latter payable In ftdvAnce.  nr. HircRcncic-  Angu*tlfl������*h;iiY4 *~ g*SffiW  wm  m  ���������m  the  WaiJ  h tvi*  Piou  EOlit.-)  wafcrrtd  li


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