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The Cariboo Sentinel Jun 28, 1873

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Qirculfirs/Pe^i^rsrtrici Pr^fframfrfe^ for  ."- '"BallB and, Theatrical JBnter^jnihentsYM  ^0&Exeented;Whh .neatnessanil dispatch.\ggg  ��������� -' ^- fi^'��������� ?r������*r -^trY;Y/:^r T<Y-fTv^"; -i- ���������  ft���������Himlle Race,  7���������Kunnj hg High Jump,.    ; , X \l 10 ^y:, 151  ;.n|>i/: :NBii^^jitiSEi������Eps./j^fy'  \T0p7ccE is Hereby give^ tha^t :i  *d\% "* Iiist'3>r i>J ������#*rs" ns \Vitm if' tli U" Bicl) flhVVttlgli ^ ���������  SALUTES A'ill be fired at NiKin;^i ;^������-C' ,sIi;  added.  ;' i.1* '. ft/! ���������?' ������?'-' 1 f r :.-������? ��������� ������;:f v.:* ^;> T; fj. j -^ r-,:- ���������;.......; j.. -'ri ,.���������;, j ^.V;, ��������� ,V .v; '���������',���������. ,Ti'. v V...  ^gito Inform, their fricndfi: and the pub Iir that tha=  have titiieiialieiwell--fcndwd:.'preihisesriin^B^rkcrvill^  jsoJoug'' favorabl������ patronised white.--in the ocoupatfun  Ui)I:beVmatt^^  itailiin jite>purity^ anrd*w-: yyyyy ;��������� d;;:- #1 Y'Y/iftSO������/!;;r.  ?^i^ii|u|llKGliSSi  constantly, kept on-hand,. - v     y.     f-   '^y'.fy''}^''  , : BpMINIO^/CU^^N^ j, I r.M. ,|; ^^VV'y^,'/.;,':?H  liim!.Yr  ant leW^haimV'U^^Enrance inoney.^to b& Wh^21^0^11^ Department  ���������������������������350 y:ar  ardsj /tieats/^^in C^J^^t^stancaJCf  carrying  ���������:fyyXfB������$i ��������� (^������$t,?^afij\V.j a(������J e. ^.^ /������? ,������?*% '&*& *v' 4  ���������������������������;������������������     ���������'      ^>..p>tCl^ST;^^AM'ESjLINOSAY;      ���������  my31        r\^?"!Coll^ctor;teaiterlR(iad .Ordinance-'-  tyy y^yyyyyyy't -Jy:y - .frv?.-> y&i-yy t-np.'-'s  will ��������� be .always carefully attended; to; andthebest;  n������yess than,9Q ,f>oun������is~En_tr,ut2ce money $10, added 'Betls hnd- ucConiinodationV piwided'f1Tor 'their - cu.i>  {Wiuner p'f ,B6miii4on Cup'DaiTedL5    . .,,-. ��������� . ��������� ;   joiners  ;...'. .   y,hr.y ^,^ ���������',..��������� f . a >    ,.-d<:16 '"  M-,i Ziwyii w<i������y���������:*'���������>..f*.^'>5? ��������� *v*>-.f*y?-   f(������v,,^..:^yV'*.r .  .������?������. f-y^^S'^ii   Aff{   (?(*; .ijjf l*i^j.;j:j,s<;,������j .,.1, z ��������� ^> i, ������������������  "vi-f-7 rt.Xyt������<^m U>m y^M^'2^X '  J;������������������ m'fii.fi ;uv, ���������t..v;rv|//i.���������������,.������rt������f*s ;���������?-'.0/ 4:ii'^K" WYi/>i   "'  }2^^lky^t :.h"l'^jyiwia..^feir'^HhV^:, y.  0   "r,i ;v-ffiifl������i-iT^^.{,ff /rt.fli) ��������������������������� ^|i;y''"*?fjj^jr^|:f;^ . *tjtj������-  ���������::.y������y;A;^;.f^ /|?kr-|?r^j '^^y^ ^.^^ JvvK:������y5\, ���������.'  'y^';^>;.      YiMVy:,- ���������*��������������������������� -  -*'fr^Hy  ., y^.f     ]y^ _  ���������^.���������+/ 1->r !'^."->;{ ,^*s'-?!&;yyiU/y^y,>mii^yn^^/y-  yyy y-[ &.'?$-. < y2y x nuyyr y::. \ ti yyyy\ ty y. yyyyyj- y*yy-:- ��������� ���������  ft^������i';>:  ^^  "v*?it:vrv:  i }y txxy XXy &t' ��������� xy :'ty x. yxx xxx 2 y; ; /: $$&: -:  yrj ^i* - yiXyByX: i \^^iO^HAN&y;|///y Y/|y; -:;  ������.wy-: .,,y   r-;--   /^Y:Y^Y/YYY^^-/Y;Yfe/^/^^^  ^t;ly-;y y^/Y;.: i^>? ///^'f>::/������.;;r|/|? [/;/���������> Y/:;!;Y:.  ������ iyyX2X^^- X- X^'X^yy l''Y. "i^;'il^i^r: ������������������  350 yards, single' dash--Ei^tranee,:$i/nbt^tdded.  ��������� I  ��������� SWASH/feAVBVSlO, Y '" t ^,  3$Q\yards/Cheats/ 2 itf$>55iy^ft/^isknSi<Cdtcli  weights."."; ���������, : yyy ;-Y :vs -''"i .^ Ji. '.. [  M:i?:y.  I',: -VfOTICE IS THEREBY-alveti that; a LIST  |; *-J3|wv^j'jijf3������erS6n^fwftlfihthfe 0istrict;ofC;iVibdorivho  I ������*ir'��������������� 'liable*' ttf^ p^^th^^bwe^tax/for the"year 1S7&  i -m:iy-$.<Mns������^ct^^  &-. ^nehnouth/or"tb"*"~"       ;      .,'���������������������������                          - ���������{  ir:' - -..:l:.Y Midct)       * *       ���������"'  ������������������***- ������������������-"--  ���������  i rCrtlie'ctor and Assessor of Mil dt i^n^ sTax[  ���������  Jusel2,1873: Barkerville.  y ��������� ..'"-Flv  : 0'.������������������' >4 iVt  : / y, THK- ESTATJE OP THE LATE / -V!  JaauBS  ? j> y.  !'>J:'ii'.S.  ^^S;      -T :ETTERS, OF' ADMINISTRATION:;have;  t^^B       Aj ?bec'n.fgrantodf,to<itji^funftep?ignpcl;fwjiot. will pay;  S'Y^H      ' ������������d^r.e<?je.tve'aAUI7:^E-B..Tai6wJfng Ifrbm/and Hoc thoI  8HK   ��������� JSstate.���������'"    .   A'..-.,-���������������������������   ..- .." -���������'.?,,���������:'���������:���������...;-,:.,-���������. ���������  :.; y:::, '������������������  ' '��������� ^y:y;.^r, -nYv^^MA-RVIN-^H RLMORBi-.;*,^-'-  ;  '.    ;       '   ;      SANIUKL HALL BOHAXON.   r  ;^^!i^t.m^^:;  5t  H  ���������i  2|/I8^3;j  ; QtJOIT TOURNAMENT.   " \  U :  Prize $20; I8/yardsl'"!Entriw to%made'ttotV/ater  than 10o]clock, July 1st, atU^irtz's. / Yy ;,t;   2 '  potat6,racb,'v' ������������������"1-'-.* "J,  ^?^^^^^es-   1st prize, $10; 2d"pr4go^$5;|  ,..;.,r,,...... ,       ^^       ACE^:"7rV;Tr  Handicap,   1st prize, $4 ��������� 2d������prize; >:$3; 3d, $2;  -���������?& ���������:THIS13E:LjEGGEE) RACB,Yf Yl  ' Entrance tfee^J',^ except,io;the Bpys'*raco.   /  \yy.yy ������������������:}-::. ���������.:"-,,;..������������������.������������������;y/-.'Ty^^.;;'.y;;':ty:\yyyy-y>:l.  (;(^������.:li,>,<i������i,l;>  /,://.'/;/://./ Y.ySYa-l.'.feK%'':  "v.? *> ���������<��������� ^:^ ?.  %���������:.������������������ - jet..r,������s y. ���������./?.yyy x ���������**.* ^r ^i ������>* a41;������  ^pHK? X)tD AND^IiIi-KNO\V^ E������5TABEISHJfENT  I ��������� ;is;.always supnlied with the/best of everything;  that can be procure din Cariboo, ,  ���������'��������� . :    ..-.������������������������������������:���������-. '.s^y.;k/.l.-^Ai^,^  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING '  :6rFEK    ' '^Xu'"'^ "-twfiy-^v* *!? 'yyy^yd:y  y yyiy ft.Yy: XyXyl y-Xy ^////^YjrY/XXX'iy ?:  S Having; a Planing fM.aoh.in$ in;operatJon, tbeyj^tl  ���������alsoTarnish       . ,     .'      ,     .  /    .' ':"   .  'j;(ODpESSEiiy; MJiiBERi:,;  ''jrt.&vp-' Vf'^i }������-,fV <?&>   "!jrt-������������������Wff ^Vs';^VfYiW-^:C .'-  .������������������A  '{?^^j:{j-^  ��������� ---" ��������� *2 ?l.\$H$ '2-2 ;������">  ������ncy  '{'4     '.If; j '.J ���������'���������     ' ,'���������'. i ;*.I i*1  '   '   ���������;|i;?l' "'-J' 'r*-'y  y  Xearryih^erm^sty'rukVa,}y *^*J  /'' ���������!^-V-VQQ:BENffl PUKSB-t$250;rs v-a   :  350.yards, best.^ out ot &, 25 yards distance--En.  ���������X i*ii*i  (his  'ing  ft**.  Ujo  :k  !������i-:it  iod'.  103  .oy  oi  iV*  ttti-,  ee  id  m  ay'  Hi  IShr  lips  Eve^BMday Miorhing.  Frt' igh tan d Passengers car ri ed th rou gh at' the  ���������towest posfilUle ra tes. .  ���������-., '������������������  ���������  F<ir rates of Freight and Passage, apply at tho  Express  OillcoJ Ba^l<('kiMe,Undittt 5, JkV.fLlND.  ai Aitir&/VA^MviftK r:rc /  JAS..A. (KE;VVLAN!D. Agent,  B.jrkcrviiae.,  LEAYKS BARKER^?ILLEDAILYIt*.AfM  LIGHTNING CREEK AT 3 P.M.  Pansasre, $2; for the ran'nd trip. $3,       y  -Pref^t't^u^ib^tat&^Y-l-^^^^rn^'i  ;,;.,'   -t CARIBOO:tPU-RSB^$126;  '���������  350 yards, heats, 2 in 3, 25 yards,dtelanc/; winners of  4>o|ijfuton Cup flinty ^uoeju^ Pui*se bari^ti-- eurry \n&  notTfcss than 69 pbunas; outraiieehioriey $W, added.  // . SCRUB-^ACB^^^''"0 -y'} ^  350,, ya rj!R,<,heats, 2- in iS/ 20?.ya rd s il is tance^' en trance  ;$5, notadded^ to be tlm'o entries or no raciij-wlu.  ui������������������ rs. of the four principaI. races. to bo, barred:' catch  weights-5, ���������'* **''���������?��������� -    :.'**'  ' ��������� ���������-   ���������  / ;���������*���������  "WASH r^ce^ sia, ;,  3|0 yanl^^heat^ 2 ;'ip^3; & yards *distaricbi;/catc^  weights, y    "���������*������������������ "''    "'  *������������������*������������������.*���������  '*  'vl.;J^/-'''^?H')rr|^^^WT^i^^^  ..-,.. /,-;������;".:-, -i^y-- ���������.,..u'-''.'-: '-;������������������-:- Barkerville;:.:  yy'-y;> y y%"<r- ">^y ryy ���������yy r-1;y. yy yy>-yy&.���������  ���������|4bY^"  ~   ~~ "   "   "  \ -%r'..    ���������;���������-/������������������'-'    -t\pi2 y ;,������������������;.'..; ���������/' 'Y ���������������������������": ������������������'  IMlWIRIPIUUfllMNI  ^V^'Y?j>^l^ilf-  ������������������ I"' i'"1. U .1.1    II        ���������    .^.     ... ;< '      V, A * ������,   ^,- .      ���������, '.     .        I 7T^'  ���������Entrances for Dominion 'Cup  to be made before  Ton y^loeic. n.m. -on : Juno 30i.ii, tp tlie Socretary,.^^  d/'kUUtz's:*:'- ������������������' -yyyy?y ��������� .���������;.; y;y-'y yy" y  \ Entrances for Queen's Purse to bo made before  'fen .y'clijck p.m., July 1st, to the Secretary. ,,-  Other/euinies;to bKMideJiirijfions to'eaclvraco; )'.}.  '��������� No Juckeying" allowed. All disputes to bo settled  by the Patrol Judges,, vy ;'���������-.; ���������;."{������' v ".if ���������'���������-"\ ';���������-:���������   y ������������������ ;'.V'';  ' ���������'-'    V GOD^SAFE THE; tOpEN^Y^/l  :..     ���������,..������������������..'    ��������� i... A?iM., Rp^iK,. Ch at rm an*  W-B-SrajiLiji, Ireafturec  IVEG TO ANXOUffQK THAT THfcYHAVE RBfadVffD  1>   t������ the spacious premises i'Ormerly known as tLc  rierly..  at.  George, ^:dooa, where' they. will, be at all times'  prepared tofurnisli/ ;  ;'    ,/;..',   Y "..  BO A Rp ; A N;D;  MEAL S^  :.. ::of.: tH'g 'BisTyM^itfyl  ���������'The? BAR    furnishedVwith!: thu finest  WINES  i; jq upBs and. piG a;ks. /. ;y~X^Tyyy~7}~:y::y;y:  ������17 6s������  the 9amo bcihereaftor changed i>y^Order in>Council:  '"���������'r.:y-X *y������p&im->miiGti^ :  Ki : New iWestriiinistor;��������� Wednesday f May 14.  ; ��������� -' I s:  :  ; -Yale,.Monday, JJury 19. Y���������';������������������"*������..;Y . ::. , Y  t l i;yttori, TJitirii.lay. May <*2. ���������', ' ���������!: ;i *'"!'',!'���������'"���������'Y';  /,v Kiitnldop^-'Wedn'osday,-.Mafyf-28;'. ;-;,Vy. 'i- '.".**'Y  ; \ Clinton, ;MondayvJune 2. %y ,  :"Quesnelnibuth ^ Friday, June li.':' ���������''    "    ���������! . V:v:..*  vi. Kicbti^ld; Tuesday, June 17'.y : ; ;;/.;,' y. - p. ...  !/' !������,���������;��������������� ���������.Y,Ni^FALLAqiRCCTIT^-v Yyr������/ ���������  : yiRtchficldvTuesday^eptemberrie;;;// -;. .,. ���������&,(& '���������' '.  '*" ' Quesneimoulh, to be fixed-hcreaiter, If any buai*.  .. :';���������'*'������-"'I'^ncgs.:;'-^-.^-''(y .^v"- ^f!-..-.���������'������������������-*'��������� yy-' *w  : , Clinton; ;rii tired ay,;.0ctobor.r2. |iV . .(���������������������������>���������..-,;',; i.;.t4 ;;^ * -,  -;    "Kainloops/ Tiiesdayj October 7.     -/ .-:" // ;        in'  I   :Lyttotii:AIcinday/October 13./aY^:: Y;^: '-^������������������*'?y:  ; v.V.lt'iale,.Thursday, October,16i;,,i���������-..   4- -��������� H^ ��������������������������������������������� *>tf*><z  : .' # Kew Westmipsterj'Tuesday,/October: 21; ' k.'  /Assizes at Kan iiimo an d elsewhicm Mil,' when netfw^. ���������J    ''  sary^'^e'hcri^lW/fixeV-'''^" ? YY*''* jj'//- ��������� ;vj?'f"Y.:^ .���������.,...���������.'  8 Dated Hto.d^yi^xAprll^W^;-^";!***''..*?/.'! ������fli&frm*vl ���������:.  ~T  ...'.      i        . '-    '2":;'i7,';r..T.;?*)������*.'������^'s~vi,*?b'.vW.i *������ga������  ���������w       ���������77- ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� = _____ _ _   TRECAUIBOO SENTINEL  ;/Y SATURDAY. JUNE 28, 18737  THEC^^RA^^  .,yOn>oia^  inbnbUant* of QaVihoo��������� vHl celebrate the Fifth  AooiyerB&ry2$ *H.,^Ion>f Britmh Colum-  oia,.: with the,-Dominion; of Canada; ; and  ���������Uhbiigh. ibis Province has not bo Tar reaped  anyv^*t.ifenffit8frpm*'tbe'- Union/ still it fo  flBtisfaetory tov&no;:w"--.that ithe Corifederat!on,  -'-a* a:wriple/&^ bpth.in.th4*  ���������������hjnatoH^.fj^#{ie|pr$tory' arid in iplid proe-  .; parfty.������ Px\nc,$ /S|l^^tA.y^Vi(n4r"t1io garden  "of i OStiadairrlm?'K recently, been >d mitted in to  '.'.' the Confeder at jori,.and jbe _pro another year  passes over; ������������ Newfound land, with ita'vas*  resonTo^S; &iltWeVV:tha ntimber of /United  ^ovTricrts :'whow'-nol)le-mission .it" Will be to  join in brtihlingnp on the American con-  tin** nt'ano! her great nation;which may be  |tistly styled lw the .'future the Great Dominion  of the North.. Our peofite.therefore. although  * buffer! ii j? iindef continued diaappointmentB,  ���������Cin celebrate the flfth anniversary of our  anion ^tli^^Ppriiinfen fprCawada with re-  ftltred hopes-of a more prosperous future/,-a*  wb can* pow< reat assured; that another ye^r  wili-   twt Velapse ...without    seeing .' the  fpnstfuctton��������� vof the preat bond  of union  ' "between^    British     Columbia,    and     the  YEasterriy.^rovih������es���������the; '-'^Canadian.  Pacific  "Railway���������nhder full weigh, and on the com  pfetton2of. which the prosperity of, this; Pro:  ��������� vince so iarJR'eVy;< depends;; The -'fetiildinc of  iliis railway must bf ing iw hot only weal tb.  but a lar^e atad:- pewaanent addition to our.  population.../���������        * -;.-;-. ���������  .>   I5nteven; without the aid of tbis.great.line  .of railway/we do not think the people of  JBrttisbiCoinmbiifc need feel any doubts as Io  . v. tbe nltitnate advancement In .prosperity of the  P-rovwiee::;-ttwi natural resbnrces* of. the eonn  tty. are liitmeft^e, but at the present time they  jffflj ���������&* f^J^oT ^ - ^7���������% a* W'A $n tirely dor!  niant. . Withowt tainng into consideration -.the  .   great wealth -of .the/lower 'country; with ItF  ticn fisheries its valuable mines; of coal,and  other mineral*; its vaat forests of unrivalled  ;  ^mber-~tfe^old mines of Cariboo are of I  :.., themselves sufficient-'.to build up the province/ If Cariboo had not beenrich in her,own  resources, would;she have stemmed the lide  yof mistrjist.and want of confidence which ha  . * Slowed in >ot her for tbe past few years  j:\thougb jnany of ,011c ^eo^le haye been  4otibfRii,:d3Ma:tf������fled/aiid disappointed, still |JuWL  -*it2i tlie moderate means and appliances at  command,yftie:, developtnent of., onr _ mine?  t* progfeasing e1 owly but shrely. "Fal I h ������ n d  confidence:;io the country, combined with  Industry-������nd; energy, must eventually be re  warded with success. ;///;���������:/'  . .Have we no1 room for enterprise in Cari  .  boo?   Large tracts of gold-bearing country  remain still imprnspeejedj nTatonched % and  although within the past few months a larg^  addition baa been made on one creek in par  : .tleutar���������Lightnimr���������to the.extent, of- irrpnhd  proved to be iricb in this immediate district,  still/from adverse circumstances, but chiefly  from the .lack of: means Mo successfully and  speedily .carry on operations, the _ resulta in  tbe shape of large diyidends may not, h{/realised so spoil as Anticipated. Io any other cou n������  iff In the,wprl,dt capital would step in and  .    remedy thisijtate of affaire, but the insecure  ti$e by .which mining, property has  been  Itaretpfore' held, together with our isointed  5>psit|on and   the expense of transporting  machinery pverva long stretch of wagon road,  liave operated as a bar io the inrestment of  Capital.  As for quarlt nilning, what has been  done?   A few spasmodic efforts have' been  made at difierent times to ytest some of the  numerous gold bearing ledges known to exist  1 ri Cariiiodi \iiit'.from the want of experience  Id tbis branch of mining and the lack of the  proper machinery, the result has been apparent failure;: Indeed, we might say that  no, quartz prpspepthig has yet been done in  Cariboo; for on hot one of the ledges prospected has sinking been carried on  to al  surface of the ground. An entire revolitfbn  in the system of fining in Cariboo must take  place before' *ay -great improvement in our  affairs can take ptace. Labor, almost entirely  unassisted, has -done wotvders. If\ undertaking  ex pensive, mining operations in the future onr  miners must bo longer rely eb^ely on their  own energy ; they must seek the aid of capital  to carry on work* which neitber alone can  accomplish/ Large companies * miist come  into the field, and a: system'ot combination  adopted.^.: Y  .What the country most requires ie capital  and'a more* permanent population, ' Tbe  legtsl&tion of the. las). sesfllbntpUhe Provincial  Parliament was most important in this respfect.  A liberal law,giving permanency to property  in mrniog ground, and consequent security  .and encouragement to the capitalist, has been  passed and will shortly come into operation ;  while.the liberal provisions of .Ihe (new Land  Law, with the advantages offered to labor by  the construction of an immense line of rail  way, cannot fail ��������� to attract^ to our shores  thousands of industrious people in search of  permanent homes,    <  In, celebrating on Tuesday next the Fifth  Anniversary of our.BdinisHion into the Union.  4onr:people1 cani therefore;:do so  with're  newed hopes of a bright and  prosperous  future.   The progress in wealth and pros  .'pentj, of. tbe^other ^reyinces js yinexarapled.  and it cannot be long before, the advantages  of our co n nection. with .pur ol der and more  prosperous  brethren  will! be  experienced  in   all  parts   of   British: Columbia,    The  guifl.ng/ of /the dest iniea of. the Do mi ni on  nf Ca'nadais in tbe hands of able and willing  workerB.   Death���������as in the cake oif the late  lamented Sir George Cartier���������may tjiin th'e  ranks of -the patriotic, men/ who jfiret inau-  {rnrated the idea of Confederation, but other  fqnally able men will be found ready to Oil  their places, i And we are, sni e th a t at the  celebrations held next Tuesday in all part?  of the Province, hundreds of willing hands and  hearts will be foundready to assist i,n' building up this "���������' True Doniiutoa of tbe North,?'  and their uhiversai try will/be^' Long live  the Dominion of Canada!"   '''';   :'  KEW ADVKRTISEMENTS;  NEW ADVERTISEMKNTS.  NOTICE.  nAYJNG- determined to CLOSE my "Res \  tauriait Basiness <m the 30th <lay ot Jvn������ oext, -  all pewoas p;u������lebted to i������c aro requested forth with to  pay the i>amo to George Byrnes, unto whom alii  accounts agatoat tae must l>o pr^nnte^."':��������� I  .  JOHN G. GOODSOU,  "    ���������-���������   WAge-up-JukcReEtrariflt.  BarkervUle, Jnue 20, 187^      ���������   .-   ��������� ���������   .... ju2l  Assessnieht.l^^e.. ;;  'V'OTICE is "hereby givan, that,unless all As-  ii 8e������?snn*Bt8 now flue and that may bewroo due  by Stephen 'liiattice on ncconnt of the QaWheatt  Ci>tnp:my Interesls in the* Drain O^mp^ny, be not  P'<M ob ������r ">cfor������;the Third doy . of July, lft'fa, the In-  tert-st of Strpor n.MaU&e iti the Balohead <>on\p������iiy  will be,������olti.,"/y Pa vile Auction; .or:as laucli thereot'.M  will pay the A^avesmeiit bhH ^pvngeg Incurred..  The s.������le will uke* pluco. at twelve o'clock, Noon,'  By order of tbe Boaird ^f Directors.   '  CHS, Wll^ON,  J a 21 - Secretary.  LOTHAIR CLAIM.  FOR, SALE, One and a balf Interests la  the Lothalr Owpany, AntUr Oreefe.   *     .  ������������������' Apply to ��������� ���������  ���������   ���������     '      A-'.  GEO. ISAAC,  toll On the claim.  THE AGENCY OF THIS BANK HAS been  i re.Qpi-niMl in -Barkerville,- for tbe transaction ol  all kinds of-Banking business. '  G-old Dust *ij<1 BaTs purchased on best  terms,   v ;. ������������������' ���������;- \i Yy ���������   " ���������:'������������������  Exchano'e floW en Victoria, San Francteco, Kcw  yofkr{CauaJat.������atl -London on rea8oaab>c terras..  Df posits received for transmission-: lo'the Tic  toria Branch. ^Interest allowed'at 6 percent,'per  G. M. MORRIS.  "��������� Ag<������nt.  jul4  KOTICE.  annum, 20 clays notice.  '������������������ :t ���������'������������������'' ��������� ;'������������������ V  Barkerville, ;.Tunc 9,1873,  QEALED.Tenders will be received by the  O undersigned at the Yost Oflice, B okorvillft, up to  the 20tli June, for the supply of the followlog articles,  to. be .delivered at Q.uesnelraoutti in - puch  qualities as may be rt>quirotl for the OnwnecaTr.iil,  Mud on the Wagon JtoaU froa Soil* Creek to Caxneron-  towm, vl?..-~ .../..,    ~*. ������������������;     i  Extra Flour, No. 1.  IJUooet Beans, No, 1;  S l.SufpiiyNo.l. "���������';-���������:..  Cnngou Tea, No. 1, io.bttlk������  Oh;na Rice. No. 1. ,  Fresh Butter. No. 1. .;;  Bacon, beat quality. " '  Laid, No, 1.  Potatoes No. I.  Yeast Powder*. 's  Dried Apples and Vinegar. Y  Ground Coffee. Ireah, beav quality,  Salt, fine. \\\ sack.  Pepper and Mustard. ���������     ,  Y������llow FtulisliSoap/ ��������� ���������  .Shovels and Ax������������s. ....   . ���������. -.���������'���������-'  Picks and Pick Handles.  TEOttASSPEKCE.  Quesoelraouth,-Jua'el4,-l������-.I.  ' "���������   . .' ������������������  NEW ApyEimSEMENtS.  ",  l^^^m t0 Wednesday next.   ^^^^^fZ^T^  n'snnireR   of Yale, to be Coroners for th  COALED TENDERS, etidorsed "Tender  .for mm USEES IBAIl,".  i will be r^cdveM \)y the undersigned up to Saturday,  1 tlw 29tb June, .1873,.for the, constructi������>n ��������� of a MiiU  Trr.il from u point on the: Mosquito Creek Wagon Roa<l  to a point on Nelson Creek.       y -  ,'   k    t ��������� ;  ��������� Plans and'SpeciflctLtlon^ca^ !a.t ^tbe. Post  Office, Barkerville^and atr the residence of John t'.  Mtur, Epq , J.P., yanWinkley -.  Tlie loiv^s't or any T<in<te'r not nccessririly accopteil .  With phcIi Tender must AjoltTicloiicd the nanii'8 of  two re?p'!nsil>le;ipersons willing;to give* security lor  tho due completion of the...wbrk..y;.  Y ROBERT BEAVBN,  Chief Commissioner of. J .am' b aud Works,  ,'By Thos. SpEyc������,' tfuperinitindent.)  THOMAS S?ENCS.  UPPER FRASER RIVER,  'G THE SUMHER^WILL  SODA CREEK ON THtTRSOAYS,  nTJRlNa THE SUMMERTW1LL, LEAVE  As won ws possible ttfUrjfcbe arrival of BABKARO  "& Co.'b Stages, and   '  QUESKEL ON SUNDAY AFTERNOONS,  yy-   =     Y    AX;A O'CLOCK.yy}  The undersigned��������� hope, by a strict attention to  business, to merit a continuance of the patronase  liliiiertb L'Xtended to Messrs. Marvin k Wright.  FrHgbi, per tony .  Passage,     - ..  -   ' . -  GRANT  J?oda.Creek; Aprtl^I. W^   }  4s Wright.  $20  -     :  $5  &  ARNDT.  my 10 6m  DUB7NG-MY ABSENCE FROM CARIBOO  JOHN BIBBY holds my Power of ..Attorney.  W1U.IAH 'BAV^ON. - -  -  "  ' '"-SnMw-"  Appointments.  ' "'*. Provincial Secre.tary*s Ofllcp,  ���������'   yy 15th April,. WJT3.y'(  [TIS Excolloncy ttie-Lieattnant.Gbyerm������r has ben  11   pliusttd to aj^������t>iai tho following grnttemen ttr  be Rccistrars of cor lu in Elector^ l>istr!cts. under and.  v> carry out thepro^'lsious ot ."The QualiQcalioai tind  Registration of .Voters'. Apt, 1871. !'���������-  . CARtUOO-^Joho Bowren, Esq. . :  . KOOTBNAV^Civnylius, Booth, Eflq. Y< :  \ Al .K���������Woi. Teajjuie, E*q.'..' -��������� -,'  MM.OOET -A. W.J?mtth;E^; "  .': r,KKW- WESTMlXSTfciR'ClTy .AND   D1STR1CT-  H. .V. Edm������nK.������, Esq,     .     . .   ��������� y-  By command,  JOHN ASH,  mylO a I'roviucial S<x;r������itar;  THE UNBERSlONEDBEaS TO INFORH  I   tbe public that ho has opened %  Bakery at 'Last Chaiice,  / LIGHTNING CREEK,    ;.  and Is prepared to deliver Bread at any part of the  Cfj������7" , . J0HS MAHMffl.  G-bod PropenjTfor Sale.  THiE  ELDORADO  SAf.OON,  BILLIARD  TABLES.   BAR  FIXTURICS,   PIANO,  . BEDS AND BEDDING, 4c. '  THE UNDERSKINED, WtflUNG TO RETIRE FROM  1 ���������  bu������in.-sR, otters for **lc that well-known Frop.  hold Pniperly th* BUoradb S������loon, togothtr wltli nil  the Fixture,".Billiard Tahl-s, Pt������n������>. .Bar Fixtures,  Stove*. Beds and Bedding, &c, y_, fc  lu?./;...:-..      y yyy -'W/W; DODIX^  xMiningClaimfor Sale.  ANE-OR MORE'INTERESTS IN THE  U Two Sisters Company, Jack of Clul������  rr^fk.  ,Forparticular?, apply tn   ,-.'������������������      :'    .'������������������  '  . v;���������.-;.}. Ll-.:.   ��������� ,':..��������� W. W. DOnn, Barkervlllo;  Or Ui'- ���������'   JOHN PINKBUTON, ��������� _     -  ^niygl'lm ;;;''' \ . '���������"'   " '   :'  Provincial Secretary'r Offlc^,      :  16th April, 1S73.  ir has boen  tmi'nts:-  Bt'Ujumln   Douglas-and   Rohi.-rt   11.   McMi������.kinj;,  Esquires, of Yale, to be Coroners for the Electoral  DUuict of Yal^. n        y. Y. :  C. Booth, Ks-q., of K')otrn:iy, to be Coroner for tho  Electoral OU trie t ������.������f Kt io tcnty..  By-command.  J JOHN' ASH,  myl������       Provincial S'/cretary.  - Delivered to Winers on the following outlying Crf*k>:  Antler,-Ounmngham, Stevens, Beggs G-uleh,  "t^.^tbe Goods ?oW at this Store will, as usual, l������������  of tin"1 i������esl qu ihty and at the lowest market pnci'ii,  Grouse Creek, May 10 1873.      mylO 2m  DR.CHIPP'S  X ��������� ENGLIsTTdRUQS!  PAT ENT:Mra  PRbPRIETARV ARTICLES,,  Chevalier's Life for the Hair  COUGH LOZENGES, &c, &e.  traoted and Filled.  j^r* ProHcrlptloos and Family Reelpes accurately prnpareU.  LhirkHrvillH. Nov. 20.1872. no23  FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE A#dI  until turther nouce, 1  Treasure to any amount  Will be carried between Barkerville and Victoria at  ;On:th'>:Ci'lai;  S. A. ROGERS,  ROUSE    CREEK  fj^ff  ��������� ���������  &������5  OFFER FOR SALE,  Their entire aud wel I 'assorted stock of  ;/y&C./.&C.,.\4fe0y >yy  f=m Parties inlendinj^ to hny Goods of tny  .lescription will find it to 1 heir ad vantage to  give us a call beloie purchasing elsewhere  .'my!7 ^   /.'  DKibKIt IN  G-roceries3 Provisions aod  BOASTED DAILY AT TEE STORE.  DEPOT     FOR  PIONEER MILLS EXTRA FLOUR  0HE-HALF OF OK PES CEHT/    pioneer mills extra flou^  JAMES A, NBWLAND, Agent.     A freali supply of which has just N������B J*  B^������������vfl3������V Hay 1^ 1*76, ��������� ���������'������yi7.-;y ,.,k ���������     $m*&*     -. .*������������������ ���������*'���������'. ��������� - ���������  mmk-  mm  m  Jill  m  mi  SI  f������m-  Mm-  ?m  B  is Mm  He,  ffltim  ii  is  THE CAEIBGO SENTINEL  @fc  safe  ���������������B-  SAtURDAY, JUNE 28, 1675.  :Y TELEGRAPH  VICTORIA,  Victoria, June'21 -7-A- df^atehfrbm Fort  Garry of June 5th nays the Pacific Survey  fltaff wonid ������tart from Fort Garry/ar British  Columbia on the date of the dispateh. This  fs probablyMr.Mnberlcy's party. A previous  dispatGh says Mr JrivjsV Pacific Railway Survey party have received instructions: fron*  Ottawa to proceed fo British Columbia to  locate. They will start.io a day or two via  San-Francisco.; ;y;- ��������� yY.Y-; ./,, . '.���������.,* >>-'y- >���������:-'  Hon. Mr D������Cosmos ia a pasaenner on board  ������>f the. Prince Alfred, which sailed' from San  Franciaco lor th is port yesterday morning:  MrDupont. I nspec to r of. Inlan d ; Revenue  for ^this province left,Ottawa ou the 4th for  the scene-of his future IiiImh*.'  Iron ore has been discovered on the farm  of M r Seres, 'on Modal' To I inie crosr-roads."  . ACQcrrm op mr sclmvax:  ��������� In the Supreme Court, in the case.nfRegina  ta.Sullivan, for homicide, after a deliberation;  of 15 minutes, the jury returned a verdict of  Justifiable Homicide, and expressed their admiration of Mr Su Hi vau'a conduct; lie having  in their opinion discharged his duty manfully  and courageously; and they hoped tb*: Government would appreciate Mr Sutlivatfs, ser-'  vices. Mr ! Justice Crease' fully/ceWurred  with the Jury, and 'dismissed/ Mr Sullivan  without a stain upon his character.  Victoria. June 24���������rYesterday morning. G.  ���������Good, a bricklayer, was severely injured by  Hie crying of a vault, the centres of which  had been rei n o v ed too so on.  ;  The prisoners chafediwith being concerned  in the San Juan muider;,were b roughtbefore  ���������1 he Po I i ce; M n e i a tra te this - i n oem i ng: Jo**  made Oesh disclosures, and Cbiirley i������ deeper  implicated In the murder than at first huh-  pvoted; The whole, casew.ill Tiev thoroughly  vent������lht#������dS before hftnd ing the prison era over  to t he U; S. ������111 hori t te*. ���������; ��������� /..-, ';���������;/.;. /  Ja m'ea IJ, McG rat ii was fpn nd entity y est**-  d ay ������if man sI\U: i1 g hter, fo r ha Vi ng kil led aii In*  dian at. Alert Bay iu January last.'^he Jury.  hn>veveWv added:; a   rider '/to   their verdict  atronglvivc.Mumendteg the prisoner'.to mercy, fi**day ������������<> ������������? graduallyvdrfljning^l^e ;mln������Y  In *hfch Jtir:ifce Crease.cbncurredlY'&?'*.; J^:T&#^ngtnetwork** nteelyv and:T)tij^JM$$o$  the abaft, a distance of 22$ feet.   George was  killed, and bobbs can't'recover.  Marysville,Cai., June 23^Quaiilain's stage  from Downieville to this place, whs robbed  to-day by masked men 25 miles from Marys-  ville. Tbe men stepped Irom behind some  rocka, presented guns, and conitiianded the  driver to stop and unload the treasure. . The  robbers obtained gold valued at $2300 and  coin .to the amount of $500, and made good  their escape..      -..>       ,. y.  jffiwhyiileVl f������ae 2(t-~Twehty-four cases', of  cholera reported to-day.:,;It seems to prevail  In different portions of the city at different  times.' While prevalent in one. portion it is  scarce ly percep (lb le In another.;  New York, June 24��������� The trial of young'  Watrbrth,;for, shooting,, his,.:father, w*������ c<un'  meticed ,tO;da j.; Ttte-court ro<ora whs crowded.  The mother arid .tw</ypiing;^t,bro.tbere of the. I  prisoner' sat bear him, also Rev. Mr Broc.k[  house, husband of the sister of Mrs Walfortb,  and-severarotfaer friend'.   ' /  'X      '/       Eiraora  St; Petersburgh/ June 26���������Kirrair's news  paper publishes a dispatch from Tas(ikpnd  announcing that the Khan of Khiva had capit  uiaUVd to the Russian forces, arid'that the  capital of the Khivate is^now occupied by the  C������HrTs 'troops.- ��������� -. ��������� ���������:  ��������� ���������!- ���������  ' ' ���������' ��������� -:;/  ��������� FrttHeata, ��������� Turkiatan,' June 13 ���������It is reported here that the Khan of Khiva surrendered his city unconditionally. Gen. Kau'f  man was at first well'disponed towards him.  and not inclined to insist upon.hard terms,  hut twelve different proposals were .rtjectett  beca'use of ev id en I trickery. Kaufman was  compelled to refuse all hejrotiatuins. ���������;��������� (?."������������������ >-..���������  Berlin, Jane ^l���������A-dispatch from Dantzic  says 37. Pol ith raftsmen of the Estnlia were  attacked by cholera.. Twenty five died, and  of the remaining 12 four have recovered; -  ���������y/-;Baiira;REwmyY..: .���������:,:  WTEVKNfl CRKEK.  . April 5rr-Recocded in favor.of Afe I*ow, Ab  Wing, and.Ah Ming, 6'bctt claims; re-record.  April 5���������Beggs Co.-^^ecorded in favor ot  Wm. Lewis, Riclwrd J times/ Evas Evans, 30(j  feet of ground, being a portion .of the old Ufa  coveryveo."*"'y ���������   "���������' -"''���������'���������    '/Y/YYY"'-"���������" v2 '/  May 22���������Reeorded in favor of Uo Gee, Ah  Jail\r Aii Geen, .three-creek. claims';.at moatt  u^Wg^gw?cb/: /./������������������,::.";Y'.;..-.*':/  m  9   &  ���������������   ���������  MINING INTELLLGSNCE..  .���������/..���������'..';' X'y .VW'**���������**.-9VBBK��������������� ' yy,  Tbe Bedrock Flume co. cleaned np.l34cii.  last week. Some,ol:the other hydraulic commenced to clean up with patisfactory. results.  The water in the,creek i* getting- :lower,..and  the deep clai tins wii I re'Commence work aftei  the.holidays. yXX'y ,/;/r.-- 2yXXXrX-  ���������yy yy,//  TUB  LANS & KURTZ CO.       ^ /.    ;/  This company started their pumps on Wed  The c**n [ rac t for the co ust r uo ttoo of a  wapf' ������f������ rf>������td frp tn the ben d of O|camigtin Iitke  to Spin*machine river was awarded yesterday  *f������r StfoOY'YY'ZYyY^y/:,;-   : ;'���������.���������.'/���������/  Y ic t oi i a.   Ju tie/��������� 55_^-.The' -PH.npa  A1 fredV  which ar rived lie r������ yes terd ay af lernoc-n. mad h  '���������ty$iirjy Y^M^M1/ ^y^.W.?-'our boVirs.^.8he  brinpfjf ;20S:;tons freijrlii, 14 bagsi of. mail matte r, and tbe I oil owi rig; / : >    o / -: Y: ;��������� }  .   , 41       y PAsSKN<3,t?R������.' '        ���������  J. H. Turner, wiffei and child/A^Depos������nos|  WiP.rMarcusSmitb.CiP.RRSvD.^Millan  %)iE:t) FJ. GafescheV L^Bognowit^and wife.*J  Enjrlehard and wife^G. Prolhii. C;H.G*ii^y/J  F;VE.:.Grateh; John BiwellYCuM,^.iBJwell^Jtfrs:  ElWell, Stisen P/^we  Elweili Josephine Guiteil, Mrs:;E/Morgtfn ahdj  S n fan t; /Gv ;ftooje/i Mn rdbcb * Cain p bell,: John;  Foster^Wm. Boyd. M ?������Dr .Doug)as and three  children/Mr Shepbard. MissM. Shepherd. C.  Cpnnlly; W: Flint,;Wmr Lewis, wife and tbTee  children; H.R.Beelow; I& poncaster,Dr^iIar/  vi������; John Par ham/ Sirs Wheeler; Wm; Walter  ttnd wife, Miss A^lint/A|iss H. Jackspn|Jj  ty. Pinkney/AVel^YFargq & Cp.?s * messenger,  ������nd 65 in the steerage y       *.  >- Messrs. Marcus-ymitb/ Gansby, McMillan,  nnd Dr Harris, CP;RiR;S^Amved yesterdays  Tbe.Jjirvis party, from Ma'ni.toba^ did not get  -through?XtiYtirag/to take the'feihierY It is  understeoti llnit a Jiart^  tree/at 55 i^yo In lions per minute; /By con  mtant pumping -no��������� doubt is ehterlained.biii  that the water will beovercpme anid ihe;?������ui^  drained shbVtly. ��������� The/ work; o^;sinking VIhe  iie w sh h 11 an d' en t ti rig 4he d it cb is p rogressf ng  rapidly. y" ';,';.���������' 'Y''^:/Y;YY/;/Y/  ���������iu-yiy.y-;;jACK:<)r.cr^jBsoitEEK;yyy'-yy, "yy  /;The T^ro Sistbra col cieaned up. 55;:os.\ lasr  :week;':/:?i::'' :���������'"       '���������"''.      / Y ;���������'��������� ] ��������� -.'..' y..y "������������������ /:=//������ \  LOWHKB CRBKK,  w ill proceed to Ho ws S<>tihd andyma^a; aa%K %  pemneii tal survey/- anc^ tbat/aiibjber part^  .wiU inalceasurvey/fro^  2iaimo. :   ��������� i *������������������''. ���������(���������" ���������"       ���������': '*. 2 u- -1 X'^',h -. ;������������������  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.  JySnm^^i   ������) rgan ^6r tTO in  fovmed oa good authority' that a��������� mipetirig /of  iHe Directors of the Canadian Pacific Railroad  has been called for the 30th JulyJu-.Montreat  to confirm the agreement entered into with  parties in England.  UNITED STATES,  New York, June 22���������Stokes* new trmV*fiH  ������ot occur dnring the present session of Oyer  aad Terminer. It is said the defence at the  tiext trial will rely on the medical testimony,  which was so efficient at first trial/and will  raise a plea of self defence.  The Polaris search vessel Juanita will leave  on Tuesday. Capt. Budding ton will go as  pilot.  Eureka, June 23���������At 5 ia*c!oek this morning two men working in ihe Eureka Consolidated mine, named John George and 'Qeorge  Dobbs, got in the car at the first stationi whfie  discorsneoted from the engine. The braK^s  ifftvd ������ray @od4li&^i^f������ll' 4o the hoifam' -M- f������������f.  -co)/ clean edYii^ep^of  week/,:A Ca^re/Jn ^tlie H\ac'k ��������� Bn 1 !;idraiifci  yehta theyictorla^c6i^irora working;  Y|/;^;yY:/|/|f  The Spruce co. are still btj3y/on their-flijme;  The: rTolrit co.' waubed, up Il&W last week  an^2/uz   oh/ Wednesday:   TbevYaiiwinkle'  co; have been repairing their pa trips ;   then,  shaf^Yis"full. -The Victoria cp".?a dam gave  way oil Thursday night and the;; water raised  26 feet in their shift ;/tbey aria a^^r^ again  and taking the  water down  fHst., The Yan  cduve^Jcleanedup 35 oz. last week, andYZl,  oi/ oil ^Wednesday;/ The Gladstone ep. sun ������  a blind shaft in their drive- and sjruck/^ifae  bed t* rock' 'pitchitig ;  they are now sinking  6bnKi{irh this/^nld; will ruft a drive out:to:try  for the deep channel.     ,  y . Y     ^  ; y & y ��������� ..fa i.  ������������������) -. ���������; $ BOOAR. CttBBt, ��������� ������������������ - ������������������ y >   , y ,;' ^  #ThW Discovery co. has run ^uT a larg^tiah:  tliy of dirt thwaprlngyand have,commenced  f^sbovel imYThe groim^  icrjarsegold: is obtain������d%)iie piece weigh  $13 -^and the indications g<|(io show that,4lu������  'channel rtttS tiii^n^h/the/p^  ;* rp^oy ttrejigging up anJiydfauUo. .' ;  $$Lk ^.^ISysfeS^jj^^ . ��������� \, ;/'-" '���������' * /.  ; Felix Damist &"C6vliave:started a tunnel  ijbmme icing abonf 900 feet/below tbe Mo. ���������  quito trail, on the Willow river side. U W  intended to riin for the old'sbaft of the Tom  and -J^rry co., where they expect to strike  the continuation of the rich channel of the  Minnehaha claim. The tunnel will be about  900 feet long,and will drain ground struckii'  1868. and which yielded 10 oz to the set. but  abandoned oh account of the difficulty ol con  tending against the water.  Barnard's  repulnr   Ex  i6^Kureka co.���������.Recorded in favor  of the, Eureka co./che old Rocky Point en's  'waterditch./:^yy;/: ��������� ; .    :" -    . ��������� y.  June 23-^Ganftdian co.-^-Recorded in favor  i������t ^������rii^iii#^*Ifei^ 100 feet vol ground a<J-  -j������>ining lower Iiiie of Canadian co., to be held  Jin';:triist;fbr.-MM .       ���������" -��������� y ' ���������-     ������������������ ���������-  '" ������'     /   ���������-.        ..'��������� ' '���������-���������������������������������������������:  l.1-','  , Pabsknuisrs.���������By  press:���������Rev. Mr Hall and wife. Rev. Mr Poi  lnrd, Mr J. S. Thompson, M.P., John McKayf  and H. Crocker, for Barkerville; Mrs Funk  and Miss Nightingale, for Vanwinkl������. By,  Barnard's Extra :-rMr J, H. Todd, Mr R. B.  MoMickiog, Franfe Barnard^ Wm.Miasoa/and  :ii./:.....       GROCSK CREfCK;,.   :;��������� .:-  ���������  y Apri^-25r^Sh6rt! Beh'd co.���������Recorded  favor oV/Eii win Hollo way; one creek claim,  adjomiug the upper 'line of the Canadian Co..  to <form p"art of the:Short Betid?obi' -"y/  r fApti\,{26���������L6ne! Jack-j co.-^Recor'ded in  favor of-rWtn';' Heron, 100 feet of ground, coni-  inencingi at a point above tbe old . Discoveiy  co/s tuhnet'and viinning up. stream.  April '29���������Baker-co.���������Recorded in favor of  Ah Moy, 500 feet of ground, being the whole  of the Baker, co.yy ��������� ���������  r :    .<  May lo���������Union co.-rR������oorded (n favor of  John.A. Brown,. 700 feet of ground ; a re-  record .   .,     yV; X-    ' >  May 1?���������Fonntain Headyco.���������Recorded in  fovor'of Stewart Smith, John Shaw, Norman'  Mclntyre, 300 feet, of ground, conimenciuK  100 teet j) elo w= the mou t h of tbe Foit n tail j  Head tunnel and ruiiuing up stream,*bill  claims.' y Y ;..;���������/. ��������� -, ���������������������������- <������������������'���������:  . May f20-~Fouhtafn Hend eo.--Recorded Id  'avor of B. M. Conway. 1 Ot) feet of grou in!, ti> ���������  he worked with.and form part ol. Fountain  e������,d co... ���������      ��������� ��������� --,������.- ������������������ ������������������ ���������   ��������� -;������������������'���������'  May 22���������Ontario co;^���������Recorded in favor  of A. D. Mclnnes and O. Uare, each 14 inter-  ests; re-record.   -������������������ YY.-VY:;  May 22���������Hardup co.���������Recorded in favbi  of J. ������. Thompson. G. L. Shepherd,, A. Mc  Alindea/J. Vanviv.t, D. Robertson, J. A. Lord,  1100 teet of ground-;. re-re cord:     .. Y .*  May 23���������Canadian co.-^-Recorded in favor  of J.<?<Bastedo, 200 feet ;>Antoioe Balesli.  100 reet;;H.B;Early, 100 feet.       Y ;     .  May 23���������J2clipse co;���������Recorded in favor of  Tbps^Belt/orie half of: the whole claim; N.  Meltityre and J. D. Trelevan. one-quarter each  of the; whole claim ;(re-, record;  May'\i$-~Short Bend and Full Rigg co.���������  iiecoi'ded in fa yo r of Ed w i n li oil o way an d  tiki. Bow^deu. the whole of tbe Short Ben (I mil  jju t] vRigg?t cb/e grou rid ,^togetli������rrw iilbLlOO ..ft;  jocajed. tb he. wurkeq:.ia-|cpa������ieciion'whh said  '(i6^-^fec(������tdy'XyX:y^':y}-:   '! yy-'-'X. Y':  .Miy^S^EHcsort of  / EriCsbn j 100 feet ofygro u nd/ co ni meric inp  .ttjthev;iipper^  runningViip stream, bill claim.  / ,    ���������  : .��������� \i J ti tie: ;6r-^G riiise Cre^k co.^-Recorded i ti  IavoT;.6i^fiorrisSfansfie|d; 0 P. O'Netl. Owen  Cro lley, Pet er McDoiiaid; each. o a e t u 11 i a ter-  esV;^-4^ord;;:yv:;/:.; y.r. .;-��������� '. ��������������� '������������������:���������'���������  /June ?--^ After (clap tso.���������Recorded in favor  of Ah Chaq|f: 35JI,feet otgrotutd 'f re-record. /  June 30���������^ureka co.-rr Re corded in favoi y  of H. H. WbblcQCk, S;vPearoe; A. Mc A linden; |  A. Porter, S. Sniith; and IX Robertson^eoil ft  of Aground, commencing^a* t^e lower I ines o.j  tbe?Hard^upcb|and rnnningdpwn stream.  June, 16-Y:fet5rek6 rigp.���������Recorded;in favor  fif' Edwin\Hol^wayYJame^ Allen^ Henry  Bawden, and^fenry Golds!adt, 400 feet ol  ground on  the west side of Grouse creek/  eommencing������^^ old On  tarib' cbi^slo Sfeeri ines; ru n nin g ti p s trea ra, and  running to t^e suinmit of /tlie mou utaiu, hill  ������������������$ Distilatj'isaeo ARBrvAW.���������Quite a o utaber  of distinguished persoua arrived fey Barnard^  stages yesterday. First in tbe order of  precedence comes our spiritual teacher. Rev.  Jo3epfe.Hall and Ws *ffliabler[ady. who return  Trom a three weeks'Viiirtb^Vancouver IsU  and, aad/; are accorapsiuied by Mrs Hall'*  lather-Rev. Mr Poliard--pa������mr of :tb������  Wesleyan Methodiat; church.; ��������� Victoria {  next * osir. po ptjlai" representative ; fa th������  dominion Legislature,' Uljjl ,82 Thompson*  fresh irom the scene of his labors: at th������  capital; next, oiir old/townsman, MrjJ,, Hi  fodd, the solid and\'-pfoi|ietoa9''imercbatit^  who, we believe, comes up with the iotentida  of /closiag out his business in Cariboo aii4  .taking, up bis^ermaneht"fesid������ti^ on V������a������  couver Islaud 5 and Mr R. B; Mc Mick log, th������  active Superintendent bt the Britiah Column  hia Telegiipb Line/who' Woir a'tour: of lap  ^peotion. yy.' :v: ���������. y' .'���������'' yyx'yxx- y y  ��������� i''���������' i ������������������'    .-'���������'���������  '    i     i���������'-i .1 ���������,_   i   i   ii ��������� ������������������ M������ ������������������ - y . .  Racing Stock ���������McKays weUJsnbwn pbrsetfe  Cariboo Charlie and Oregon Dick, arrived on  \l ohday, and Mauife, wi th Dexter, an d two  .>ther fast bbrses; will arrive to:day. Byrneg*  famous racer. Mowitcb, has been in training foe  some ti tne past, is in exce I lap t cond itio n, and  competent judges of. hbrse-flesh are prepared  io back bim against the field. %Theraceg oa  .Tuesd a y a nd Wed nesd ay can not fai 1 ,tb: be tba  most exciting ever witnessedv^ Cariboo, and  iri conjiVnetion with the spoils -raitst afford  tuuusement to the large numb^bOpeopla  Who will visit Barkerville on those ;day������.:; .  J \The Rkv W.; Porx.Anpi\,Chairman of  British Columbia District/^f Ihe Weeiejaa  Methpdist Conference of Canada, will preach  in the Wesley an Church', Barkerville, to-mor*  , ow���������m the morning at XI, and in; the evening  iii 7'6'clbck- Y .  "���������'������������������  &-..  C������AX0R op Timr:���������the Warner Victoria  a tit further notice, leavejQUesaelmoutll  on Sunday at^nobns^'i o^ciock,//y  Walt       %%  ; Turks'CuKfiK tBA������L.-^-Tbe time for,the re*  ception of tenders has been extended until  Wednesday, 2d July.  ������������������&?  ;;*.'  HpXOBAlBLB :ACQWTTAI; -OF Mft SU 1JJVAN.���������  ;The Juvyviii:ihe case of Regina-vs. Sullivan  imve ootjoiily honorably acquitted Mr' Sulli^  jvaii of the a^ hira,,bit"t  oom plitpMltiy^i: on the courageous discharge  of bis dutj/ T$e presiding Jtiipjg* obrifcun> d  -wfih'th<r finding of the Jury/The result of  this trial* ought to be wholesale": lesson for  the conductors of the Colonist newspaper,  and will probably induce them to have a  Utile con>Hderation in future for. the prin  ciples of truth and justice, which should be  the guide of all public journalists.  '���������- ���������. a I--'. ��������� i .��������� '  Barlow's stage, with a load of passengers  to attend the races, including seyeral ladies  from Quesnel mou th and Soda creek, 'left  Quesnelmouth for Barker?iHe yesterday:after  noon. .  .    2: : ��������� -'-' ���������'    ': ,-       " '  .-  Barn-ard's Exprkss, with the mails and pas  sengers, arrived: at 2 o'clock yesterday after,.  upon.   An "Bxtr'a, with a full IpM of * j^aBao*  Ewrroa Skntinkl :-���������! deem it my dnty,-tffi  justice to myself and other representatives of  this Province at Ottawa; to correct some mis*  Tejpresentetiena which have appeared, inad-  ver ten t ly rio do iib t, id" y biir usues of the 7th  ,md 21st June;1 In theformer, you refer tb  Mr DeCosmoa as ������������������ the acknowledged leader  :of the British Columbia delegation." In re-  jjard to. this I beg to state that the British  Columbia; members,: while actingyharmon?  tously on tbe generality of questicins, acknowledged among themselves no leader whatever.  In the Uiter, in act article oh *������ Federal Patronage, 'you assert that it now appears to be the  fettled policy, of the ���������federal:, Ad mipiatra tioa  to send all Us^. officials/from -pttaw^.-^-TbiiB;1!  am s t posi tive ly deny. '.The * o ill ly. apuoljt\i tme n't  from 0i'ttoWlintf5e\biByaar:',waa: th������it'"'of /Mt  Du pon t a s Col lee tor 6t In land :Rrevenfle. an^d  ih At ttppoin tmeri t- Waa * mad e oo^ib^reciom*  juendatfonrorall the B^^a^  "hers save one, ..y-;'/,/.hfX ^ '-���������^'^/"Y../ '���������/. :'  ::Tiie Miufeter of TnlaM Revenue 'staied^tbal  it waa ttiHolitteiy' riecessai'jj1 in; qrgiblsing a>  new division of the departmenit/thatW^  man of experience,'.: possessing practical  knowledge of the intricate^Working.details of  ��������� he service,should be appointed, and I believe*  that no better or more popular/'appointment.  cniild have been mad������ *t than that' of Mr  Dupoht.       '.'��������� '2yy  I te ms in Victoria p ap ers. I may say,; are n ot  always reliable, and i should advise you to  be cat*tioua as to p Iacing too im p 1 icit reliapca  on'any political news/you may" glean from,  them, so long as personal spite andvitupera^  ilun are allowed to rage to sucb a disgraceful  extent as has been the case for a long time  past, J. Spwxokr Thompson.  Barkerville, June 27.  TTbe expianatibu made by Mr Thompson  fully exooerates the Oomiuion Govern meat  from any unfair cbndhct ih th^;matter of ap^  ' :pomttafias-'* w .8  Passknoers by Pearson's stage/which af*  ri ved at 6 p.m. yeste r'd ay .^Robert pacey, A.  McAlinden/ Miss; Sally ^tickeep, Mary-Bent,  ind; another passenger whose' name we ^id  .not.learn. ..yy. y.^:.^-?. ::^~..>:. ��������� y ^<^-'-y.>4-.'^���������rg> '=  ���������';-,THfi :WEATfiKR*'��������� Tor'.;'thejpast;ffiew'cayshas  been deligbtfu I,- anil wi 11 be dutyappreciated  after the unseasonajjila.apbil we .have foeeft  visited with i ate ly., : , ���������/ /'yYY>' ���������/- '  >&&  ml*  Myi  .( .  ^.^M.^*.>~hr~~  ,'���������',./,������,iv- ������������������.���������'W,^VJi>U������w������rt*i������*iR?W*.������������������*������''*,^>w>tl'|r-'  . ������^;.i>.s.-a;<.vwtt������>M^.rh:<-f-ir^i������ia ���������\. -.  ��������� t. ��������� ���������r���������"^y. , ��������� / notio.bs:t:"y^" ���������*���������;;:��������� /  .       :i  yyy   .?>  ������������������-*Vti?'  WW  ^  ��������� . ���������.*. io4.^7--i������:; ^yraai.^i   ~y   .-fy^yr y-^ryy,  ��������� ly ^OOTCB-GE^IUTISH^COLlJMBMr/.  . - VlGTbRli; *by- the! Grace of *G6'd\ bf i.theJ  j,y ^United?Kingdom of<-'Great3Britainlandifre  t    .innd, QuKtflN, Defender of the Faiths&c./&c  , To.alL'tb,.wh0m.:feese.presents;sball cotaei-^  : ,;'iG-REiiTi^G."y"-/ ; y.-,.    ������yy  ��������� yyyiy*yyxt-myr yyyyyy-y>*-*?-��������� Y ;>>?- r :';������>��������� t  y>:y .��������� <ii yU :~A> PROCLAMATION.     '  2C.WXLCES.::,  sJSJtf'flGr*  -,ytehsibn iAcir;#873j' vitifa^provided/thafcthe  cl am ation;create/ any pbiiionibri!' portions of  , DistHcfcpvyDistricts,;with;such boundaries ks  . * he shalVibint fit j ; ,\ _ , , ,y ., . .���������. / ;  ��������� -��������� ^pd^wiifflKRiLa the sHohbrab!e ^ Joseph 'Wii/  5* ������ r.r amsTrutgk^Ss; si ich Lien ten an t^Go vknbr i n  y Cbuncn-as^^aids under; and by^virtae of  ,,. ^be/pjper^ ^pd/i ^aj^bbr^s^c^nfe  */ him in Council asi,afpregiia; J^hjd^f/jaU;$th|#  . >,:^owerrsinff :���������. a^ttiorlile^Iitin y ia>7WaV ^oe b*l������l ll  J enab'lingj^tfatfr^dwiere1*l'th,aV(ttiel���������RbadfDilBr-,  ^i.trjctsVhereinafter^mentionedifbe'/cVeated * X.  'erfj &QW;K3Sq\)T^i^i,tbatJivVdoUiereby;cre-"  Pi vision, and ;i������T the /filec toral District j of  Kootep ay/:..,.:. ;.- / yyy  ��������� ,     :, ���������;;  ���������p ro'cl aim* that ^ Thbfebh n tyJOourfcs Bxterisi on  Act, 1873;'Y, shall, torn .and after tb^date  ^eofi4ia^^f^|force:ja^e^ Elec;  tojal; J9j^%^ portiop  .tHereof known as, .the. Omineca.Polline: M  vision^ and in tfie EfeStowl District of Kpote-  uay.jy:^'^ yyyy^ yyyy-. <y ->��������� :.:>,vvi';-'.: ' -  flsl ;.TBsjipfQxv ] -WtHBBEo^^aJbfljVe caused  Ty tfieseHOuf Mfesfc^amade^atenka^d  /the Great Seai of the Prbvin#Sf Britfsh  ; yy CbhimbiS t^be'hereuiito affixed-.:-  JVifc  f  ^Ki^������th;e;/E  y tr. ^RUTCH.-jLieutenant-Goverricjrof the said  . ������.j^^oyinceof^iitishGolumhiaiimtheGily:  : .:!���������;��������� bff^ictpriav/ ih?fithe/said iPrbvince. this  fYi/^irthday of March,tin the year, of Our  ,y������ j/Lord. Ohejtbonsand eight hcndred and  * ^^seyejityTthreeitandinSthethirty?sixthyear  ' '���������>of :,pji&Beign^t i itt*>������t:' t i . .' : *.''���������*'.  By comroand^#'f -/^'^ % *&* ;���������-' y '������������������' f?.-J "i *  .t '* JOBNvASH^ ������iji 'Jc,.*" /// -. f '  /Provincial Secretary.  *f*-trir22 4m1  ':^.*rj  lents;^  l/i^ii  yy^Lyy ;. : ��������� ���������-- ^"-yyy ���������:���������   ���������-'��������� -���������  . r3.4 THE STALE ROAD PISTIMCT, w,bicb  -.���������.^PnMlMifelifteall that trivc'fof land iacliuleh1  in the .Yale -District, as set forth i'ri'the ScLe  (������������������  At  ;l^#/^YcY).  t#,WWii^#iy|iy  ������������������������������������'������������������'. ?',.yv'^vyiy [y ]'-.'��������� y.-^y'\r y. ,>f .^i: yeyn"' ,  ^XHERSASvhy.^Pr.pclama^  *V?Y^ 187^ tire MairtfoiK^  -   *   -   : ��������� "> y y ������U0TOCrArJ?SKGRKtART?S OFffe,  -<y--ti r* i. r^jf^ttiMarch, 1873.- *rt |  ^ His Excellency.*thai ������ientehant-Gbwaajp  lias been?pteaied*t^malte<4he^foilo'ifrih^ip-.  pdmtMfehls'ifaider^f heiSli^������i#Afe^l873,f t  >r S; Rtch ard1 Wodis^so^j^an con ver*Is|tin dv  ';��������� "HbnjbxYt Eb\tONDSil5so^;foBft1ie- Qity ibf  i.vew"Wefltminfiter. . w.H / -;...; y���������.^y..fy. p*r  *: :Gesrgk Bjrkbs;'-"E^H'for! Cariboo.'Y:*!*  tf- X .W^mi^i^  tr i.t c*m������|-v-/./- SUSfftWiBBr;��������� ^? -.m  "/fr": PrbvmciaiSecrefary^  ���������r 1 t   ;y, r.,.,,y >���������:::.:t ^ ^,*.v , ,,*i r������j . ^'"y��������� :   .;��������� f  =  ���������. i    ..     -.' "'. .:��������� :,.". .^���������.>; .'-..,������������������'.*. '/f ���������'    .  ������������������v;yv��������������������������� vyy- pROviNcrAL Skcretart^s Office;  '"'':f/:M:MarJb;l:873/uln;:-; :  Iayr|..:K;f HcMnfai^-find:"PV/Lenovue;::of v\X^n  Esquiresii ^2^A^K,y^hn<yiy*rflX^^  ^-���������Jfir<Hai>h;Rogcrs.^^  rardlniet-; Enquires. t^ am.  of���������'���������'Kodtenay, Esquires. .:: y;yy ; ;"y ;  W7"    fwi  James Robb :;uiiit"Gr;P" Dcabbte, of ComoT  ii  quires.' :,:.:     JtfjfoTUl'/ ���������;.,'  / ;;-,,.^...^v  /��������� JaniesMnckie^f hangfeEsqiiir<5,>;  ; ;y ,  % Cbarteg B;������V^rsl/of'-ifntsqulj fequir^f: 8 >  ���������S.4WJ'  lias" bJeen/pleased^tb';appbiii^/HKxitt;[$}*?&  ':SfA&8,^i/,to-6a  Supreme Court ofvj^ijtisji'Columpiai; :-.y} / j ?;f  By.ciimmaiixil j';  ,',,.^;yr YyY 4QHNiABft*!^t'-.*?: : i/;  /. ������������������ y ��������� Y ��������� -, .= /-.;, Provincial .Secretary.  s , t: ('tv,;-' ' y :: yy'X- "* Y \>Y; vj vi -fit' J ���������  ���������'YY\ rv, Pabvi^ui/SiKjnK^Aiw^OFPiCB,  ���������^ <-m ' ���������',,'������, i������������������������..-;������ t ith'MarchvdS^jri! >' ^  Htl Excellency tlie Liente^ant?Goyer'npr  has been'pleasbd:to;japphintlW/C;BKitKEtK^..  Esq.; to }be^tidit;'Ci^������fbc /the/iProivince/bh  BrHish Columbia,! (i ������������������ -I'u, > *. vui' ,v . | ;.  1 j By command^ ?'-t-i ^ *���������#'* uhtf X  y yyr * /; JpBNlASH, j tm ^ 14 X  ��������� v '-Y ������-.: ������������tj /ProviiicialiSeeretary.  ,y . yy yyy I'rrr-yyyy i������ ^YiY  yi-(*s  4 .v?, ? iPJIOVINCtAh 8.K0RBTAKV'S 0PPICK,  ���������/-    y  j-; 4thiI\Iarc|ivUS73.v<0    !'/  riwavot  y>KoU^^Burnle McMlckiiw. 'oNYsile/iiisquVfe;'  Jam(������:.Cuii nmgbfiui, and AV; ClarHson^ofiNmriW^t.'-  .mlnBtiJr^E������qiiirySiV;^/^ yr'vnHA^^YY^' -VY^' ;:-:-  ;l^W::n^F^i^vH;^fe^  ;>(W. iH^; 'Jjaajiei7:.oi'*-:tE^iitH .yt'rn^-^Piraseiv-lii verj^Esi;  : ^ r)i' :f>m )*'m By cohimnttfj-iif ,*;:";;. ,v--1 '2i'';  ��������� ap2fl Jra  M\ AKTHUR^.,!G.yPfN������E^  j/4 'y,. Y ,-ft: r ^riPle ^ccttary.  vt */i s Cy. f?Y''���������**' PrdviaCSb-l Secrotarv's bfllco,  tiMyWms ^fnYY^r':?rY^-f^ -f^"saili^rii^siS.:  ; His Ex^ellenpytlJ^iLioati^^nt Governor:has -b<M������i  o  the  mt"  (MeilJiDjl Bepi8try'?Amen(lment'JActyI873,"' ami to  in'"'  ^1870;  ;an:<lfntbe /<Cattl&'KxwrilitrOff'Act^tBTljV WahVi *jor  ,the Electoral J>tstrictsv Qr^HlBg^Diyisinns of<Elcc.  ^ral^Ols/rictlj set ^pposito.JLhclr .rcspvctiy.9 liaines:  ','.;^ H;i:iizgerulU,;)is<5^ Po) j Ipg^ly i?lbn of Oniiiieca.  !:*Mi. ?B(Vvvr0Dy Esq., i'bllidg Oivisibna Of Kicii'Uutil/aDd  0;, Hare; Esq-; Foiling -jbtVisions *' of^ Keithley Creek  jthe8e"GtH"^bettersrto^he-made Paten t, and  "Provinceof������ritishi6orurnbiayp ihe^Cit^  .  *i-i.^^Vjsfi������klig-fi;JnytRe^i#%bvi&c^1 thif^  U}S'.^ *0^tfe;day3Ot| Matbh^^  . Loid<^ne ThohsanoVeightIbundredf>ahfi  seventy-three, and inYlie thirty-sixth year  ������������������  '' of Cur Rei^nr ?���������-xy~   ...   ���������   y    .y;.  ��������� ������y^coMraan;dI'YY//KlyY:>^/T *;  : ��������� .-v������a^M^As^Y>'y>.^yx^m * <y:xy  ���������; rj nd- Pro via bial5Secre(ary.^ v , jmr22 \tk ���������  '...;���������, yiy yv^yyr-^/.-,:; ;;;'/4 ������������������/ -r.-M.:. Zv^y.y -(^|y? j  .   ;.���������������.  hf-i'M'  y^  : .JGSIfilJH. V/.-iTRDTGH.:. '���������"- ' ���������  >  \yiy,: ^ ?Y <"c^NAbilY\; /;   y "r\  WlGT01skk\ byy"the;/Gmce'^of^^Xfod^"of/the  . JJ^Uea/^mgdpm  . y^landf (j^B^ftef^ri^  '^0: all - to/wh vmthesej ppesen ts^shai l^onieii:  .- ,:; ,   Gto&&XliiQi> 'V- X H.$|y " ��������� > A iv \ :i:- ��������� I   '-  ������������������   -;(;;' 1,a proclaWatiok *J;"', l  G������OeJA.. ;^alkbmJ ^ffBREAS 'jt,; is pro-  . jA tt<n^4^^neral^,,ji; ^ided$&Section.} 101  4\ ThiCftiin ty; Ooui'ts ^tensipnyAct.:' 1373/'  tSbatt/:;?':Tiie/lttitiiug-?&)iir-t/cbustitti ted under  -���������*''". Tfeyfe&Ii'-'-Vfen'Jjn^ ^r^inance.fifiiS^^&aJl'h  ,; tag and Js ^reh^^mergfid ib; theCaunty  -:.Corirt;fyandeyeryCbuiily Court,:Jtidge,of  *:. BritmhYtJol iimbia :.shttlj v j) aye;; and ;beypos *  ���������*;^e^e$ of tj^s^  *r<ititliwt*ie8/ as tlm^ejhad;and exercjwd t by  ^^thf S^d^niin^  **/ and:: presi$j ng as .^ 11 d'gea of the sai d ���������; Mi 11 i ng:  tig6^'iiJaM .all pro^^etlings  thereunder-  ���������*' sfiaS 1/ h e" n ad; and 1 a ke ������ i ii accord an ce; w! th ���������-  "..th%pp,yi^onsM ;VThe;Qold Mining OrdirV  u anbe/lM?,?!and ' :i;he;Grbld, Mining Atnend-  ':me^2^^^^>yXyyy^y,i X-y^y. . Z  \ Anfi:$Jier������������f$. prjiyisojsinserted that/the;  A^t shoiild'bnly have Jall -fonce, and efiectrin(  pitch jipriibjiis; of:. tbe^Er<wincq as the Lieut..?  <Jbvernbr.;i n, Conb$ii;<iBJgb^ IrQtn time to time,  >by Proclamation order;.:/ ���������  A nd wheireas/i t������ expedient it bat T tfee,- said;  A ct should,: bay a fu 1 lf- forceand. efteqt in the'  &l������ctp ral; ;pistncCrjo������.^ari hoo/ex cep t'thai; porr  Siom' ib&ijrt; i^w$. W /fcta':Q^ba<&' foiling:  r Wild Horst-, Perry Crc^k, and French.Oreek-polling  Dlnyons-rC/Bobtly Esq:;: ^^'Y^'^Y y; :'::-v,y.;i  i^.Mvf-  ".������������������/ V) y;i y-y. jyi:   .m.-.^^^j^y^'v.   v--y- ���������-  ider ajid.tOiOarKy.o.ft|4he;previsions of, '��������� The  Land TaxrA,ct. ,1873'?:7^ rty ivp/ ?.  /RiOfl&n'ft^bSi1 feo5:*for 'Victoria Dish let.���������  Bsquimalt and;Aletcbosi^ District. E������quiraa|t  Town District; Itnd^idate'ajid SaanichvDis-  WG\kyXy'XXX-}A zyyyyny y   r  - YWn^LiAMf Si^RTi^sb^'for Nanaimb^Dis  W<& yyy^y-yyy <7* ?'^.t;'//y,, 'Y ":",:.^."yy .  1 lJonjj MoRT.tyr/EsQ;/for 'Cdwfcbsiri andSalt  SpringJlsland-DtsMctV.'^1'' '-���������' {   r  l    ' r  JoskPh RoD^r.o;EsQt;forGdmo  Hkniiy ^ ifeiioxDS, ?E3o^,*for. New /West-;  <mui3.tor^Disjijict. V ?������y v, ^ vcr i^ >/  ^jR/A;B���������'', ���������' :- -���������-������������������' "'- -'���������'-"  % W.;Tvague, Ksq-Electorjil r)lstrkt.<>f ValiYpy;  Hi V.; Eiijijmste, ,Ksq?, ,Eli;ciurul tP^tricts.irofj Now  1 Westminsier'Qity firid District/   ^' '- >   ,  /     yy- ^.y'By.commaiicr; ;/, -'' JQHK/VSH,  ny:y      y2y    } pfu .^^^HrovincUrScTOfary;  r+  . .'<y )/.  ;,., 0,. t-.-r-H?1 * ,f';/,Y'- -.-. *fS '  <������,; , <Y*     .'t  , ..Provincial Secretary's Office,1 J "  f ,THOs.iRi Bujb, Es.Q...for Lytton.DLstriqt.: * -  John Boxu.-Esq., tor.^amloopsDistrictij}/  NewWe'stmin'st  Inlet  inici^ils   ^bw.,Wbstmi.\;stkr; Gmp.. Oistriciv  K)H;$V;?EdmuRds,Esq;y  '* *ri . '<  ^    ' I '    , *-     ���������  "i-^fliifl'l.-^ YBy_command.    .'. .*^',f     1-*-,,l  K my^ . inHtioS M inXimu^^yy, jyi  }       y M       (������������������. <* .... ��������� w-!. .. Provincial Secretary.?  ^.gcforia,^-ml^th, 1873'.  y    y' ^ ^"ap2$>rii "}  : fiKORbb Bykxks;.Esqy for;Camhoo.district  '/Cornelius. Booth/EsUf Jfor JiCbotenay District.';-/   'Y:'v;;; ...Yf,rY;r ���������y Xyy^y  ��������������������������� By command/ ','' ,   : ^  l"mr22 3m j   ������.���������*!.'���������   ' 'Pro'vincial Secretary,  ;;T His Excellency Uio;;tieutPtiantrGOveranr| liaa>: ttwn  pleased M> npppint the iuiiowing ge'attoiiieh'io by !)]*������.  iirjct-B^strdnT^^  rjugesiict-f 1873V��������� / ���������-"' yXA ^y>^^yysy..  ���������^���������y-0tl ���������" ^9^0; Boalli; Bsq.1'-1!  . i'v .^YByxomawttiil   ' ';    '    JpHNASHl   .  ���������5;;niy24v-yY'.v-y 1-  ; .     ���������    Provincial & crot'ryy  ''���������V'iM^������->:Tt-;{,^j'CT r,?w���������-'yy'iiy yy^'���������'y'x 'y " -'IK.  General' qrder. y  !>-r.  riiX^^'ii  if''-' "J':  Cityof yjcitir(a;.fpr^thc^tojlq,w(hg-twms, 60 the;days  hereinWter mentioned' aameiy;-,/"^    <<;/, ^ ,   .->  Foe, Hilary Term from the,*5fch tb 25 feebrtiary;V :  ;P!or ���������gaster T<;rm from the T5th -\ to-26th; April:.;.' \\L  Far, Mfchafeliii'as Term fronV. the l5th to 25 tlj No ve mber ���������  There.will be ro sitting in Bancia,Trinity Term: S4  2a case any of; the days "of tl ie dates ha m ed for 'the  .beginningwor ;entft������g'"rtf tW f eriiis" shouM' dill: ������n a  SiiBi'ay or; iPuWiks Holijla^Vthr?n:tlfe Term1 will begin  or4GOj]j on^be.Bext);f6iloMing <?a>% ',���������..;-.��������� 'i/;; J/4;f,' .-^j;  :'/^/in/'/:': "y/MATT''K'BKOBrR;C. ^V" Y.'  jtL1 B.'ip*>��������� V^-^^HENliY^PKliLWCaE^SE, ^v  ;'h^m?;^Y^^o-'\^4/'H^W^^A^^-'Y> ?:>:-v  \'j^^':^et(������la^i'an#iry. 24tli.:i873..       ;wi"22tr  ,  -p������r  WOTICB IS 'HEREBY GIVEN, THAT BY  ���������*n y atProclamation dated .the; 4Ah; Marcfc"  1,873, ^i������ Roafl.. Dial riots-11 ierei n i*nani e������l w ere  braahed under .the-provisions of ."the Road  Extension;A'cfc"i873.". 'Y ':' ���������.  r.'AiidMbat hy;Sectibh 4 of f������ The Land Tax:  Act, 1873,". it Js>providedithat"th������:Road Dis-'  Irictsestahlished-iinder" The-Road Extension"  Act^l873^ sbatlfbe;Land-Tax Diste-icts/for  t|j>ajgnrp,osesjiQf flie Act.., r, ;-./. ,/���������';.;; ���������-���������,.���������;,  ; Tf]ie "Road, Pjstricts .��������� hi th erto est.ab 1 ished . ou.  Van c eu vei* Islrth d tre ti nd 0 r I he fame sec tion  made Land- Tax{ Districts for "tlie-"bumoses of  the Act. ���������       .y������y  : Dated'titeyM day-^Marc&i^iT, /:. .  ; l'; /"''' 'By Cpmi������tthi :. ���������' v"''  "V1 -'JOHN- ASH/ '^"''  ��������� I'ravitKiial^e^'etaiy.j  Y'F"^:Y-:>tY*mV  .Pro vino ia J Secretary's Office, i; ?   .,.,..,.  ��������� v -f': /V..:;-': istii.Aprii, i87;3. ::  HIS Exce>lenc'y* tbe Listen ant Oovernor lias feon  Jypleased-.lorttppolri^ tlie^ WUbwin!* goritlciuen to  l>e<Returnirig Officers! tor 'tbe Wer?U; Electoral "rm'  tTicM>P'; ij^Jg Province,' un^ler>ant to curry ;oijt tljf  pro^sjetns ot: ,lXhe;^Iembers5 JncjemnityiAct, 1873ilJ  s,v CARlBPOr- himes Lindsay: Escf^ y^H   . v. ,*  ;..,..JilLLOOEl'���������A: ���������^.SmitBJlte.a-.^, |."Yy".,., '-.  ;KOOTENAY;4-C6rnoliuv Bootli, Esq;  ���������;?��������� ���������;���������.���������!'AliE-^WrhvATeA^ii/y-Esq /'^^ -^.' y- '���������������?*?������ ^-^  IS, K^.W^STAiWSTERv^tTyi. ANDiiDISTRIGT^  ���������:i -, y^ '^ ... viJ-.-. V. ^Edinondsi/ Esq.. iy~ ,t ��������� -'������������������"/' ?;'.., ,y. '  -j* ^'- ."-.." :- j By command/: ;:f'!.y;k. .;./��������� -t  ..'������������������    y-'  :      JOHN.A?Hjf ,/  ; .���������..,'/:; .:../���������? /; /^^^a/^ret&yi  '. ���������.'���������'���������"���������' ''���������"', .'������������������"' ,."'-       y ,.; -.'*"*'".  Provincial Secretary'^d'filciS,1 :.;  . X> te.\ Y A::'::-..:/ii9til April, 1873.  B|5f^cellency.to.e/Lieiitjtnant G.ovcnior.b:is been  ,. ��������� pi wised to1 appoiii i tlie roltowi iig gentlemen to  ^bcflOiHstrars of'certiitnvElectordTOikHcts^^uniliirami'  ;tplcjtrry;������ttt.the.proiri;Sipnsroff;^^T!!ie QuaUfication'ttn^  Jwgistra^gii^^^ y ^y. r...,v-;. ���������  i Y CArIBOO���������JoIi������ Bowma, Epa;,   \ //' .   ' \  /Y^PXENAY^Comelm^^ ���������,.  j ;-y VALEi-Win; Ttei^ue,: I^tf- . ���������'��������� *-' ^'���������"'T ' ���������- ^  .y. LILLOOET-A.' W; Smith; ���������&&���������?���������.OW-; Y- '���������". >:j  v    NEW WESTMINSTER cq'Y. ������ANB  DISTRICT-  yH. V. E<lmorn1s,;Esq;   '.      -y  ;   '':'���������'/���������.'.   "'���������','  By command,'.'   '    ": .' ���������-'��������� '���������'   \  '���������*"     JOHN if?Hv"'!  '.      Provlnctu) Secretary,  -myl.O-  /UPPER FRASERJRIVER,, , (,. ���������  nTJRING THE> SUMMER WILI^LEAVE  ^t'|0H^REEK^  As soon as possible afiicrithe arrival- or BERNARD  &:c?p,/sjstagi's, ��������� and,yy?,..   y ;iy^ ?.. yj y yiy-;.-.\���������  'ftUESNEL!ON"; MONI%* ^0RNIN6k J  i /Tho undesigned/hope'; byta strict attention to.  ���������nusiness,'Id'hnVrlfc!a; ciin'tliVli'i*ii������fe'."��������� Hi*tfie pulroniigo  liuherto exieniieu- to Jlussrs.Mti'rvin & WrJgtii"  ���������; ,    ;Freight;4>ur]ton/r ' -���������   -'-; y? -y ��������� $'>o' y  ;-;, y-yPussage, , ?J-^ . f������ . y- ^f ^ ��������������� ���������:;_ ������s? <&$$��������� \}y  ^Y, ;,.-     y^/ ,y -.GRANT1 &  ARNDT.  .  .���������������������fiavCro������kf April 1,^1873. y iunyl0.6m,'  9  9  m  ���������mm  WM  :i }Up,ciare.<J by ppnnolwo)iri.t^h*ii *ri ">������������������*  the" only" good sauce.yd'  m  ll  MS  m  'RBI  my 10  Provincial Secwtwry'a Ofllee.  i������th April, 1873/  . -C.'-'Bobtlj Esq., of jfeaotonny, to'be Coroner for tbe1  Electoral District of ICootenay. -' '��������� ��������� y"'.'" ,-  B.y comma nd...  , ",; ���������//:. .    -, >. '     JOH^ASH,,,.,.-  Prov fecial'Secretary.  mylO  -fi-yt ; Private. SecbetahVs Onzca-  'Y        Y ,/ 'itti April,'1873.' /   ."  n'K- Excellrocy the Lieu tenan t/Governor lias imen  ; jplensed. to place tlie lollo wiui; G en Women on the  Commission of the Peace lor the Province of Brhk-h  ipoluiaJjia:.���������.':'. , y- ������������������}   .* y .i ; y ��������� :���������.-.-'y.i   '"���������!/'  JhiSi A-'T11^^^ .Carfi^^d, B.P;Rithet, R;  ^Uaoe, J. ^..Turner, Aiexaader.Mc/ieaEL G i FinV.  Caution againstFraud.-Tlie successor this  mm delicious and unrivfllled. Conditmnt liiiVfng  caused certain dealuri. to apply lIi v nanie ot *��������� Wonrs-  tars nru Sauco" to their own imenor.conmoiuidh, the  btibiic is Uoreby inlonned tliiiUht'oiiiy way tomtt-  (Suro the genuine, isto r,       ���������;       ., J  ASIC rFOR^LEA, & PERBINSY. SAUCE  and Io-sup that tliolr names are upon the-wumft  UBKLs.stcippKR, and iiumis.  bOiiiifOl the foreign markets lib Ing been supplied:  5'! S U fPUtPlVua Worc<>st<^l*i w $li uceUiiJOir tli c u'mp-v  Mm.  0ns hy whichthcirrighi may liejnfnnged.  ^f������r^E4# MRBINB' Sa^ceahdsee,  ��������� g^JpLp11 ^rappor, ^abalV-BbttloY;^  ������JTi-r]^^,e ant* T������>r export by the Proprietors^ Wof. '-  , a'.iji y  .li-.-j  ''.'   f    t'   ���������  Si'  '^TO^ew*.**"1:^*'^^--'���������������������������';'' ytf . fyy/i'y,; yh'; ���������--'-'���������'f*  ;?''V������^';;;--^"'-!.;:,y':...'Ai-A:^'^i|''"';" ��������� ���������"���������'

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