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 yy  ,   JCTsaggaaatB^^  Ss*.  Vol 14.  Barkerville, Wima^/.Q^eefei jB.Cy Saturday, Hareli S&, 1873  Nn.  . *  =: '/ .published every Sahirday- by *,;������  ,.y:   .,',���������; 'yyyyy��������� .**; ' vy y < ������������������'vv ;(  Subscription,  -   -  50 Cents "per W'Oofe.  For o iie aqiiji.re (onc j ocli), fl.rst I nseri loa,; >.  "2}'\ v y" yy'\ ..,y;'^-^w.riumtj!,,,.*,'���������.?..  Fortwos^u.nres,tlirstih'sor.tion,.;v ��������� ��������� ������������������>���������*,"!  ty;:*-.- y:v 1*1 .������������������������!'< oho.mohth,'5;/'���������/ *,/*. :./'i:  :*8  ,6  up his cash accounts for:-the<riay they seized  and gapg^drhini'rand1 took (he contents of the  ������afe and his watch. Tbey then look hkn ;by  the bask of Ellis street into the woods, beat  bim over'the. head --'wi tli,. "clubs and left him  lyincr insensib I e.v Dieter nays he was shot, but  ;no,,bullet wound has yet been fo una. As.  .soon, as his ^senses; rettiinied 'be tried"to, g?i  back to town, and w as ion wl }"b y t w o men. try ���������  i n������ to, ;walk ,v?ith������two<���������, hl'ioks-,. t o.;��������� tow:ii:. y It; is  tho ugh t b is case will ;b^ I'al.h erk ������j r i o u s/ i f h 6 f  fatal, "Stremious efforis are being made for  tbo.ciiptnre. of (the roW>ers. '11 is genera!ly  believed the miscreants are some of the Browi  Majesty's permission, ho  was -prepared lo  ���������ca'*ry on Ibe Government.   .  In the jlouVe of Lords, Lord Granville aa  nou need-the decision of "tho Government in. a  s peech.differing Utile/from that of Gladstone..  ���������-��������� Noise, an alleged xjonfederate ofypartjeH;  who/committed forgeries-on tho Sank of Eng^  1 an d',' \vas ,ij p b e fo r"e... the Court for <exa thin���������  atioii, ' AViLoesses?for. the;.Bank;/girv������ testi-  mohy^nndJh^,;case,ailJbiirnetL::./...,,; X X;xy~''\ .A -  HOTELS* ItBSST-ATJRANTS; &e.  y  .NEW" :ADVERlTSEMESTS.  Agents for :tli& * ^/CariTwio. Sentinel;.'*  ���������Quesnelmouth,, y. ;  V^nita"Creek;,/   -:  : visntony'-' .'-������������������:  >  Vnlby ' '-'.'.������������������/���������'-  / N^\y |Westmi nftof,/,  ;rVjoioria,ii.-..,..;;  Vv  ���������,Ki,./?;,7^iier>>/.;:;,;:.;.  B'%'tn&Crt.,V  ''���������'-./'  ./...'���������;       . I,-,  -y /ft; ft McTnnes.  > i rR Ji rn sir' l ?*. Riprf bp  ,. Iiarn?rd> ^Express*  ;: lia riiiyf j I f a /Express  /���������     cl r>    .///   ' do   i   ,;.  ������.���������*��������� s Jolnv JTurrsiy!"  ;,v*J-n>friWcl>Hter/  v .v ,..;��������� i'vSan;Fraijcisco^  San Fnuicipco  &ainpl^gang^ho commuted so ma.^  tagesa^wmonths ago. .   iv'- ���������' ^Sv  -y-  r^ ���������-T-.--.'.--^:X'. v-w;./-/f*.  / British0 Columbia.   ������*:QRfeet'r' /-;.'-7' -^v ;���������-/r;;36 CornMnKyLondoi^S^C.  ;:iK?'y;:;;;-'.rti^'^^fBQp^'^  C;ir������tf'. Oircnlarf?. r������)P������ ers and Proeranirii^'s for  ��������� / :f ��������� M a 1 la a;nd Thea;tiica 1 En ter tai limen ta  X,}  t 'p&hEx ji.c it te d jvj.tli n ft a f nj*SP n n d d ispatch ^.^^:  v: Terinft inoderatelJytr  ages  > -, ��������� -New., Wesim ins ter, i Warch 2$ ���������J;. G. Die f er,  w ho w as ro b'b ed iand k no eked down n i&lvt/b e-  for(? iubtl. committed^8������rci(le :by^;cul|ingiliiH  throat wilh a rtiaofthm;''moyki.ng.\at;it;'d1cVd(&.  11 ap pears h is broth^v i n4 ii vy .a ii d' t wo 6th e r.  men were sitting up^foithfi kitchen, and th.4y  heard '&���������'$ franco -noise in: I he bedroom- VfheN  Dle"fvr was slee$Wia^.- aVo'n e������ and \y hen they  iW^nt^ih/^uudyM^ and ]a  razorj;iintler:vhiRyarray 'A. Corbuer:s inquest  .eat>>n ^th^%bfly^is;ai'c������^iing/. V /. yy Q \'���������  I ^3Sew We^mihsfer,ifarch '25^ThW jnry ^otJ  J th e\' ibt|n:es4; heM p nVfiie h od y !?o t\$';. G. Die ter,  ?;'��������� -���������v^^y-^QtJEBNJ^ ...;  ;y ftoeam'lmonlh' tf>>vrJliVZSf^Gjin^^f1^-4^:r^B,5p^!  ��������� tn ^ re yeM wtyy. a l'i er no < > n ��������� f r o m. .0 tn i nee a.  He.  r������������ ui ir is ��������� jieavy tray o ill ittr pn ithe u h jtiap, h a y-|  /iii'r-heiiiiltwenty days .making' it,- iThflre' is no/  ./npr-v? ofany kind from, that,.section. #0thing;'  fiad be.m heard tVom the prosijeaiiBK ip;irliepL!  11/O���������������ri?Iy and.IkeSteyona"Teft������n 1 ftiji,March  f o r S t ran tr*' r i v������r.,   Twei i ty -,i lifee 'ni en. ar ti'* ri rj  thrtiyway in- from Sicken a moduli. The streams  o ir t he trai I ������������ro' ill ' open.. OVtTdi n������*r... re ports  ithe death at Stuart's talw cl' the.Indian? guide  ' \who first took.'the] paQkertf:4iifnugh.ciOh/ the  present."traH ih 1871. and;;it appears th'it he  * ni li^ t hii v^ been biiriod > alive,, -as^ hia/friends  li aiih^ aiioisain the giwe, six., ho.nrs.<al ter  hi? intuMnent^ oii dfeffing thebndy iip"'fmiiKf  it be irinir evident slgiss.tVt a desperate sirug-;  p I o: fn r 1 i f> a nd still V/ af m. %   \  ��������� . Sylvesfter is: expected here next week 'with  .treasure. ���������..-.;.���������.���������������������������. ���������.      ;  A-Chinaman has gii't been brought into:  to \vp w i t h a b v oke n a ti k ie. The acci d eii t occurred abbul:five miles down the riven' ,Hi������:  comrades; left the poor wretch to crawl here  -by hims'elfon his hands and knees. He was'  tont all night* and only reached Baker's ranch'  this afternoon. /    ., ,i        7. ., ;..  '-'. CLINTON,  Cilnton, March 25��������� Tho weather for the  past two weeks has been very changeable,  from summer heat to very cold, and cloudy,  with light saow storms* From parties from  the Bonaparte, Thompson and Fraser nveraj  wo learn that at.all ihose points the farmers  are ploiiKhing aad sowing or.preparing to do  ������o at once. ���������>.  YALE.  New ' "Westminster,.. March 25���������Barnard's  Express, with Iho mails, left here at 1.0 o'clock  jesterday morning- There were six.passe.n-  ���������jrersI: only ohe of {whom, Mr Thpmas:Potter,  as going to Barkerville.  The wetitber here is very mild. The river  rose about two feet, bat k now falling and ia  nearly at level of lowest stage of water the  past winter.  NEW WESTMINSTER.  New Westminster, March 22���������There^ is  auito an excitement in town this morning:  caused.by the robbery of Dieters saloon. ^ It  appears that about 2 o'clock Ibis morning  two men came into Mr J. C. Dieter's sa 1 qon  and asked for a plate of oysters. They, were)  aerved. and in about 15 minutes afterwards  11iey came ia again with white c\oIh masks  ������.,a ,irliih> fiinhJi' h>wl  Ilia  .ssifrt   rtrifiji 'ttjakinn  ���������by  wi th; atrazur while labori n jr; und������v a fi t of  temporary in sanity, canted by a shot In ih'������������  head by bo in e p arty or pa r ties unknown. It  jia jreiierally ithunglit her������ that"!)ieter was not  r o h b ed at al I; blit i n a fi 6 o fi n san i I y to Ok' I lie  ;money b���������5n:tbawoods a*nd:subt hiin'self.��������� An  oyster can ������cohtaininjr his gold-: watch 'and $43  was -foundsat'the side ol n stumpc-vereil  with mnw atid bark'. ��������� A*ecordi111$'ii':* \\h:books  heahbiild have/had about $1000���������STOO of his  ownan<t $$^@: deposited* for -:>nfe ��������� U< epin^.���������  !Jtb&-lift;t������������������and pistol which he usually:kept be:  hinfll the bar are; missing ;arid Ii av������-i; not5 'y$l  bt*erilifouhd, \vlt*j^/wp'|ii^d':ih^y-^1^fli:i)0  f o 11 nd ?in- the mrbod s so mew h ere near whe re he  was fen n d t ry in g to m a ks ��������������� h i s w ay to ���������/��������� to w n.  'The: feu 1 let? talken .oiit of his head was,quite  flattened. The affair has caused, a great deal  of excitement.j    ���������������������������'. .y.y.y . y  '/The-Rteamer will not go to Yale till next  woekori acdbiaiit of the/low stage of water.iu  ttheriver. . :,..,;,,/..  ,��������� y- \  vy: /CANADA. ;  ,y';;/v^/.;.:GENERAL/OR^  Vr OTTCF?' Is hereby gi vcm, th lit the, Stfpretho Coatt  i\.. ���������Will Pit in Banc, for the hearing of;all motiou.^  argn m ������������.n t?,; o ppeals, and r,th or. ma Hap bom i ng before..  the'.'Cpiift*in Banc, at the Sapreme'CoiVrt Roum in tjie  Oi ty of Ya or.nri a, lor tho, lorlowi ng ter uis, on the d^ys  hereinartcr iiientioiied, namelyiy ,Z\ V // -;| ,������������������;  For H i 1 a ry Ter in from the lto to 25 th/Fchraafy; 2 V-  ;For Kfi/ster Term Irofri tho l^th to:25thvApril; -;.'; .1:.,  Fur Michaelmas Term from:tlie 15th to ?������?th.-Noyemboti  Thereiwiil be no sitting in Banc in;.-Trtaity-Term.'j;.?  ./In'case, any of the days of the dates:aamed far: tho.  be^lnniiigor ending of the Terms/shouU fall :Onjti  Su n'������a y or Public H������J id ay, lb en thW/riffnv \yill begin'  or end oh. the next mllowing;day..<//;>:.���������-:. ; y/./X  .   ^^ :?y ( mait t; .BEGBTE. C.. 3: VyXy.:  Jl.s   [y 4REXKYP.PEMiEV;rCKEASll,^  t s^w >;/ :(Jv.HAMlLTON^GRAYi J.: y y jy  "Uatod i^otoiia, Januaryy2ithyl8Y3i./:-' / mr22 tf [;  Wa$&^^  CsaecEssbRs m -isi������������������^asiojxi  Bp^^o iafor.th, their frl en da^d'. th cpab If r thtyt>!ttn&  have taken tlie svell Uuo\vii premises in. Barkeryi'ftA  bo longE favorably ipatifoiidsell\wlillo^ta: the/ooijupSi-iiA  Of ^Ir;^.-Cuiiiu.: vy ���������;/; tii;- ���������^VyHy.XV^yyX-^X  Xlii  R&  fiis.]  JOSEPH W,yTJWTCIL ; / ;  .     ������:.  ,.'(y'    CANADA. J2,  PROVINCE X)F BRITS^CDIilrHSlA;  and while Dieter had hk safe opea 'making  '^''tlnlSiirWndlV.* t>^ 'March 19���������pasl; nipt.a  f im i I y" nam ed EHdeTw i th tio i ii a fr urn <i s, 1 i v t u g  ttt Port Bruce, Were attacked; as th*������y were  trotting1 out of a sleiph by fiVe nien armed  wilh clubs, and beaten ao badly that one of  jheui. uii;old man named Q^arge Edcpi/ died-  froai the injuries received Another ma a;  named "Warren is not expected to survive,!  and three others are seriously injured.  ; tiSTTED: STATES/ v  Snn FranciscoV "March "2i^Passengers per  steamer Prince Alfred/for Victoria :T~S, I).  Watson. John Brrice/Ii. Brodnck; Jos. Cfeari-  ime; E. Mohan, $. Fried, E. K. Booth. Miss L.  M. Booth, Miesil. Levi. Sttsa H. A/Fox.Thos,  School ey and wife. J. M. Christy and wife. A.  II. Briggs, Jos L; Brim** A. J. Briggsi Ohas.  Montgomery, W. G-, Williams, M. S. Phillips,  C. BTaunstriim,Thos.Broestj.and 27 inatcor-  Hftvana, March 20���������Bandits are ope\ntling  in the vicinity of Ballabano, and scveiai.per-  sons have been killed by them.       ,      !|  N*������wYork, March 20���������Advices from Rio  to Feb. 21, and from St. Thomas to Han It Uf  are to hand. Cholera has broken oat at Para,  a city of Brasil? and is very fatal.  EUROPE  London, March 20��������� The House o? Commons  VICTORIA, %y. the Brace of. God, of the  /Cai i ed"; Kin gdo'm of ��������� O-reat Bri tai n an d JreU  1 acd, (Jukkn\ Defen der of:.the FaiVh,:&c.i &C;  To j all, ,to... whvift. the.se. presents,shall coiare-4  '��������� ������������������ P'X.GsmsimX.X,." V '-���������-��������� y ��������� V.XXX ** ��������� : V  .1,11   y :A ^PRO^LA^TION. /;/ ly-X  f^l;gBMr^di;  : will h e.^antifictured iandlSQldJbyjWjhol esale ,/afed 1  iuil^a its purity, and' y' ' .-.,    y / ���������. , -'  lihe^bsi^ Liq^rs &Gigar9  constantly kept on ,hand. :>   , ���������   . :,    .���������   ... \ift;  -  rXyy������rr.yy-X'>������������������ &!*' ^s-;''''*^;/-r^"-''"''������* ���������'"  W.ill' be: ajways car;efu]l5t,>Jattended. to,;an(Jtthe besV  Beds ahd* ��������� iccfmiiribiiatiuii .prbyided for theif' 'oas������  iombra.; * & Mw yX i -��������� 'XXW' * xy;y-^ ��������� -r -i y ;^<iel6.  ��������������������������� '������������������;  ���������  ���������������������������;���������'  ��������� y  . x  yy  yXyy^t^f^/S.  ylt:it  r^ft4hrf������"  yyy  i*������,*u  Ii-.I^E-T-N"r^&  :stvfi7  ipresented an uuusnal spectacle to-day jn anticipation of an important commanicatiion  from Gladstone announcing the terminatiou  of the Ministerial crisis by his return. The  galleries 'were crowded wilh spectator*".���������  Among:..the distinguished persons presen  wore Prince Arthur, the Duke ot Cambridge  Prince Christian, and many members of the  House of Lords. As Gladstone and Disraeli  entered the House th'ey ware greeted by loud  cheers from their respective supporters.--  When Gladstone rose to make his statement  the cheering was repeated, this time from all  parts of the bouse.  Mr Gladstone said he was now able to ao-  ijtiaiat the House with the fact that, with her  ��������� < The Ciold Miiim^ Ordinance/;lS67v!^hall  ��������� bo and' isi'hereby /merged in lthe Conaty  *��������� Court} :and every Oontuy Court..rJuU|"e:.^'f;  ���������' British/ Columbia shall havei aiid bo/pos^  lt sessedof the same jurisdiction;' powers; -and  ���������' ivuthoritiosV as those, had and. exercised] by  ." the G ol d. :Oom rai ssip ne rs ap p oi h ted,' ac ti rig,  ������������������ and1 presiding as;Judges of the said/Minuip:  >' CourtV :aad-'ViP proceediaga thereunder  ': ftball be hkd'and, taken in accordance with  " th e pr 6 visi on s of -!'! The Gol d Mi n i n %' 0 rdi nj  " ance, 1S67.; and"* The Gold 'Mining Aiaendr  Jvment Act, 1871'",' ' % / ./:;'; '['Xy  And w h e reus a pro v i so is i h's.er I ed th a t the  A'it slroiiId'only have full force and.eiiec^; in  pucIi portions-of the Province as the!Li^ut;-  Go v e r n or'in Council nright, from ti me to ti mo,  by P ro c 1 am ati on order.        ; >/'/:....  And whereas it is expedient'-that tha'eaid"  Act should have full force and effect in, the  Electoral District of Cariboo> except thnt'por*  tinu thereof known as the Omineca Polling  Division, and in the Electoral. District of  Koo tenay.:  NOW KNOW YE that We do order and  proclaim that "The County Courts Extension  Act. 1873," shall, from and after the dale  hereof,, have full force and effect in tho Rlec  to rai District, of, Cariboo, except that portion  thereof known as. the Omineca Polling Di  vision. and hi the Electoral District of Koo tenay. , y* ���������  Ix TESnkoxY Whbbeo'p, We have caused  ..... these Qur Letters to be made Patent, and  the Great Seal of the Proviuce of British  C(ilu m 1 jia to be hefennto ������03xed'   Wrr-  >;wsaythe   Honorable  Joseph -William  T RiixC-i f. ��������� I jie u len an t-G o veni o r o f the s ai d  1'ronnce of British Columbia, in the City  of Victoria, ia the said Province, this  Fourth day of Marchy in tho year of Our  Lord One" thousand eight hundred and  seventy-tbree, and in tho thirty-sixth year  of Onr Rciga.  By .command. I  JQI1N ASH,  l^oviocial'Secrfitaryi  rj'AVXKa- :'PitechAs^d- athe ; %s6^^  11 - Ho It.']; irom M r������?... ,T... Bober tson y:h ftge to> in for ta.  tho:trarellihs. pub 1 ic.ami tho Miners.of Qari boo that  lie-will do liis utihost toCsii.'tiim/th'o ' wtULearacu/rei    ;  putatiou 0|fVthq-:hpusj ^.aflrsLcliissHotcL;   i,y y^ .  Will ns'itsuaibc furnished with the' '��������� host the Market  alluruV-;:.--'vy  ; .���������������������������/���������/. *";���������-.; a* i-.-r'-:"4'. '���������" < ���������!���������- :-  mr22  dni  Is weilj stocked "with' Spirits, Ales,/WikeS arid Ciga������<  Arn coi������.tortah!y furnisbcrf, and a large addition W  llio lumber of rooms is now being made.  ������������������������������������/-'���������T:ME-. STABLES'���������y:-;\'  Are tbabest in the Upper, Country, and will  always be well supplied with Hay and Grain*  ������������������    \     '; :   '        '11120 "   ''  \  j^i.  s  I  ) EG TO AKSOtiXCE THAT TBLY HAVE ttfci������0\ ?D  ")   to ihe i*i������i<&ws premises lunnorly known a a Ue  St.  Utforge d:il(-on,. Wheru ���������' thuy wiii bo at ttM.uai*i  nrepiiriiU to furuish   ; /  HOARD ; AND  OF   THE   BEST  The? -J1AU       fiiTttlaliii^HrHliitthc; fi  FIQUOliSandCIOAi^.  M E AL S  QUALITY.  Board,  ^  $13 per  tii &a ';ym  yy.  yyy  i I .1:  -~  *\^.T.'-  v'.,:.'!  -i i-.-i i y t; !p-?������.;  ���������'}.���������[ 'f'2';i 'i.Kffi-  I*a? ft iff  ���������"w'^&i������J!S'i58  ::*a K*fJ',-~ ������;������.������  ^ i 2yv'-': y' f- ���������?. cifJjl  y-p *iV;A  \xyyyy  ��������� I'ysyyi'y^'i  ���������yyyyy  yyyy.'.-is.  ;V"i rV'V  f' XiX  yyyy  yyXV  m 2  ^yVV  .yy y>: y,;  2 2 2  yXM\  - >'M  \ y  > yr2i  ny '���������:.:���������;y  ;?;p  :./:���������;//>;  ��������� V" V,,' i;  " ���������<'ij';.;/Hvi  *;:U  i vV y>  l| pjii  xmxm  - wsj-ife  v-111  nil  ���������&HW''  mi  ML  mm  ;&imvmi  -yy  yyy  y.:y  HUP  . / / -  the eiamoo se  SATURDAY, MARCS ������, *S?3.  ; ���������:: ./  THE 1^ PORTFOLIO.  V. ^ <tnr ^*pg-  lature will give more satisfactimi to ail true  adherents to tbo prfeicipk* of Responsible j  ^Government than ftiepassapja of the Consti-,  fottioay Amendment Act, providing for tb������:|  ./creiiiW  which is to be������tyl������d tb^ Minister of Finance  at*d Agrkjsdt^re; -md ^ duty of whose office  it vli be =fco ^rowide all requisite information J  j^arimsw E9CAP&���������An accid^t ocenrrM in  the Mini^a3ba<^.������olaiai, Harvey creek, on  the 11th  5������st, by twhich two������niners-John  Dura and W������el kaiataw���������woriang ������i the face  of the draw fca<S a narrow eecsfpe from death.  the ground ������cavfog 'behind them $&t two or  three eets, Hbas completely closing them in.  As soon/ m  tbe accident was ���������diseevered;  prompt foeaswres ^refe taken; for Ifeejir relief,  and ia"*-short tee the imprisoned raea were  released from their 'perilous position without  feivrag sustained my serious injury.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,  K������w Canamas Industry.���������A ootnpaay for  the manufacture of carpets has beeb organised in Elora, Ontario; ' y���������. >':  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  0. OF TICKETS AND NO. OF PRIZES  drawn a* Lottery at Brewery Saloon,  oo Saturday, March 22,1S73:  . Tas WBA.raBa has been very stomy for the  teit two d*ys, and yestec-daytbe tekgraph  md stafisCfes gating to agriculture and at-j wjreg wero prostrated by ther high winds.  4enH 'te-:jbe flii^iaVaffaire of the Province:  :: 'Why^onld it in the least be anticipated  that fire office so created will in any way tend  to interfere with the freedom of onr repre-  ������ent������iives in the execution oi their legislative  ^utifeor reduce in the least the full effect of  their votes either In favor of or against any  particular measure, we cannot see ; and' it  caiRK^be dfepiited that it will materially fo-  ycrease the stability and firmness in the action  ^f the present Ministry, in which the late Mm-  ?y1&tryv^aB/wV������^? deficient, and without  / ^icfrwef&gfc������yainly-!bQk forward io the  efficient/carrying; pat of the measures of any  Ministry: or feel any certainty in the proper  ioMu&Sngifebw public affairs.  Xy iradependerttof tn^ many advantages to the  Province from this Act, we cannot but contra Wlate oiirserv^/and the Mainland in the  /*ele^6n/^f/^ for the office,���������a  gentlemaniwbt^ whole interest i3 identified  r#ii^^3irt������^bt.the Mainland, and whose  tesi^mj^ If or/so many years amongst us has  .; nndo^tedly, given him the experience so  feQuisiteii) rehder him qualified efSciently to  ^ar^ouitfed������H������B of an office the great im-  ppfiance of ^whlob: to theprogress of the Pro-  Wiiice;;^ highly estimated.  %^-M������fe'w������s' flf^Mtrenchraent, sucn as those  : iwtiicKb^^TC^ from the action of the  ^pi^f^t/Minwtry^Wild not be attemp'nd to be  /cairried-jfi/aodSnA Tiieasure, however advai>  ; Uge-otfatbtheinn^ be safe if there  wa������ not;aMir balance of power in the hands  of the Ministry land they were always liable  toi a :defeail^^?the attack of a certain class  of politiciahs, who for the purposes of their  own.^ly^r personal interests are too prone  at times to combine to '* throw over the best  t������nd. most advantagreons measures.   /;, X.'...  -The present Administration, whatever may  be ������aii :to /the \ipii.traryj have fairly estabr  Iished their right to the confidence of the  whole Province by showing an invincible fortitude; in carrying out their measures however  djffienlt. and have therefore earned the best.  wishes of the country for their con tin uarice in  office for the term of... the present Parliament  nt least, and that there is every prospect that  this will be so the debate on the obnoxious  Bill of the member for Lillooet, and the defeat of-that measure by so great and overwhelming a majority on division, fully jus-  fities us in anticipating.  Our Legislative Institutions are yet in their  infancy, and it would be a great disaster to  our Province and much weaken our confidence, however strong it may be at present,  in the principles of Responsible Government,  if-there was to be a perpetual change of Ministry, which would necessarily be the result  if a fair balance of power in the Assembly  could not be established ; and however little  tho measure may be to the satisfaction of certain,   mischievous   agitators,  striving  most  probably for their own personal aggrandise,  ment, we, who have only the interest of the  Province at heart, cannot but look with the  fullest satisfaction  to  the passage of the  measure, and with confidence and certainty  to the future beneficial results to the agricultural and financial interests of the Province,  and to an increased and permanent success in  our Provincial Representative Institutions.  Appointoents.     ;  Provincial Skcr^ta it y's Office,  ;    y/4thAIarch,1873.  His Excellency /tbe /Lieutenant-Governor  has been pleasedto nialce; the: followihgap^  pointments under u The Sheriffs Act,1873n;  Richard Woods. EsQwfor Vancouver Island;  tittNRr:.-Y> Edmonds, EsQ^/for the;/Chy-;bf  New Westminster.1 ���������  CrfiOitGK Byrnes, Esq., for Cariboo.  By command,������������������.-������������������������������������. v  yyy . JOHN ASH,  -���������'; ���������/���������'   1 Provincial Secretary.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Proviwciai. Skobktart^s Office,  ��������� , 4thrMarch,1873.' :   m   ���������  Hie Excellency the Lieutenant Governor  has been pleased to: appoint H KNiit Sltk  Mason. Esq., to be Deputy /Registrar...of the  Su pr eme Co art op Bri Us h Coluho b ia.   ���������"'//''  ; 'By command,   v     '"A ���������'"������������������> "���������'���������'''���������.  JOHN ASH.  Provincial Secretary.,  [L.S.]   .   JOSEPH W. TRUTCH.  CANADA.  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God. of the  Un i ted Ki n gd <mi of G reat B ri tai n a mi Ire  land, Qukkn, Defender of the'Faith, &c,; &0  To all to wliaiTi these presepts shall come ���������"  ;-'::-',: ���������:;/-GiiKKTixa. ������������������//���������'���������:;/ }2X-y.r2 'f  A PROCLAMATION,  Ko. OF TlCfiKI, -  N������.4&FPBrac  226,'  29  830,  26  124,    :  7  '.'  -   ,     ^445,  12  251,  24  464,  9  512,  10  229,  13  114,  22  307,     .  5  .   -���������;   ������������������    ���������    ..     45.              .  ������������������������������������ - :3-  S84,  .4  ���������  98,  17  3^8,    .-  25  ���������> >;. 266, v   ���������  6-  lt>4,  ���������   23  62,  30.  2,  19  370,  27  88,  y.2.. /.;I5  154,  .  .  22* .  465,  ���������18  580,  ...  28  413,  ���������������������������''   %  570,   .  21  .    515,  -    ,16   ,    ���������  302,  20  ���������13,  1  127,  14  SO.  11  PROVINCIAI; SkCRKTARV*S OkFJCK,  4th March, 1873.  His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor  has been pleased to appoint W. C: Bkhkki;ky.  Esq., to be Audit Clerk for the Province ol  British Columbia. ;���������������������������������������������     >������������������     '���������'.     ' ��������� "������������������  By command,.��������� -��������� ���������  JOHN ASH, ���������    ���������  Provincial Secretary.  LIST OF LETTEES  Remaining in the Harkerville Post Office on  1st of March, 1873/ Parties calling for  letters in the following -list, will please ask  for Advertised Letters:     ; ;  ; /  Angove Wm  Allen b/>;/::  Bridges Thofl    /  Bray J T   /  Brodie Jiio        ���������  Clap pert on J  Cameron W S  Campbell AC  Davis John  Davis Rees J.  Davis Francis  DefisB  Emerson AM  Eaton Geo  Friedman Richd  Fred den Frank  Gartley Thus  GillA  Halfpenny WmM "  Johnston Peter  fel  , Johnson Arch     /  Jones CF 1  Jenkins John E  Johnson J G  -Lewis D  Llewellyn Wm  McDonald Donald  McKinnen Neil  McCormick WG /  O'Donnell John  Owen Wm (2)  Pritcbard Robt  Reilly W E  Sanders Wm  Sfandish W G  Sadeaux Charles  Stevenson John  SimiiisGW  Williams W P  Wyat C F  JOHN BOWRON,  Pn������lm nater.  IC EAILaOAD  r  Proviso! a lySKCKKTA rt *s Offick.  4th March. LS73.J  His Jx   leacy the Lieutenaiit-Gnvernnr  as been rieascd .lu. appoint  the. following  s enllemen to he Assessor* and Collectors .nn-  er and to carrv out the provisions of ''Tin*  Land Tax Act. 1873":-- /'-..  . Richard Woods, Esq.. for Victoria District.  Rsquimalt ami Metcbosin District. Esquimalt  Town District, and Lake and Saanich Districts. ��������� - .y .; ���������' v '-  William Stkwart,/B&q., for Nanaimo District. ' .   c ' ���������  John Moulky, Esq.. for Cowichan and Sail  Spring Island i>istriciH.i i   y.   .   ���������������������������. o '" >���������   ���������;  Joskph RoDKLLO.^IfeQ.. for Com ox* District.  Hknry V. Edmonds, Esq.'. for New West  minster District.    ,���������������-���������/��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� .;���������/ ���������  R. A. Bkowk, Esq., for Port Essincton.  Bknjamin- P. Gkifkim, Usq., for Tale District.  Titos. R. Buir, Esq.. for Lytton District.  John* Boyd. Esq., lor Kamloops District. :  Ai.kxandkk Robh, Esq.. for Nic������la DiHtric.  Charles E. Poph, Esq.,: for Lillooet Dis  trict. .. ���������  Edward Tynony, Esq.. for Lillooet District,  Gkohu m By rn ks. Esq .for. Cariboo District,  Cornelius BooTtfi /E^q./ for kbotenaj'Dis.  trict;/-. y,H*i>y.r; -���������yy-y^y-yy ry  By command, *" ' ���������  --������������������'J01J.N;Asiiy-:  :���������  mr22 3m .... v?Pn>yincni I Secretary:  AT  ��������� ' ^  ������-  Tub Nkw Mining Law.���������Several, errors  baviner occurred in the copy of this Act as  printed in the Skntinkl of March 15th, we  again insert it on our 4th papre in a correct  form, in oroV that it may be used for reference by our readers.  Where you can get supplied with the best  article of  ENGLISH, DRUGS!  PATENT MEDICINES,  .PROPRIETARY ARTICLES,  'jy *��������� .. - ������������������������������������-. y.  Chevalier's Life for the Hair  COUGH LOZENGES. &c, &c.  j*������* Tee.th. carefully Extracted and Filled.  0F* Prescriptions and Family Recipes accurately prepared.  Rarkerville, Nov. 20. 1872. no23  GKO./A. ^alkkm/j WHEREAS bv Section  lAttoriiey'GeioM al, | 2 of 2 Tin* Road Ex-  tension Act: 1873,'. It is provided that lie  Li eute na n t Go verno r I n Cou n ci I m ay, hy Pro.  clamation. create; any portion or portions of  the/Mainland of British ..Columbia into n Rond  District or Districts, with such boundaries ub  he shall think ffi->*.  And whereus the Honorable Joskph Wit^  liam Trutoil as such Lieiiteuani-Govt'rnor in  Council as aforesaid, under and by virtue of  tbe powers and aiithorities conferred upon  him in CouriciI as aforesaid, and of al| other  powers and authorities bim in/that behalf  enabllnp;/ hath Ordere^l" I hat /the Road Districts, hereihafier mentioned, be created :  NOW KNOW YE. (hat We do hereby create the to II o wi ng Road Districts, on ;th������ Mainland of British Coil im hi a. that is to say:  1. TIIE.CAHfBOO/.R  which Mm! I Iii elude nil that tract/of land in.  cludeil ih the Cariboo District/as' set forth in  th-'Seliediiie: to vThe.C������ihstitiition,Act/187],"  2. tTUB LILLOOET JIOAT) J)1STRIC'I\  which shall iiiilnde all that iractol land iiicl ii d irclvffi t h e Li 116 o el' Di st ri c f. as ae t Tori h in  the Sir hiiibt le "to ^ The Co n������til u lion. A ct, 1871,"  3. THE YALKROAJ) DISTRICT, which  sh a 11 i n c I it d e ai J th a t t rit c t < if I aml i iicl it ded  in the TYaI>'/()iMir(ct. ns sei lorthin-the Schedule to V the* C*>i^titurtorv'Abt, '1871.^  , J, THE/KOOTENAy ;RpADvDTSTRI0T,  which shyiViiiclude'all that tract of/liuVl :rin.  cl ii d ed i n. t he Koo le h ay D isti jc t. as"; W t f������rrt h >.  in the Schedule  to  ";The/Constitution Act,  1871." .-rxxxyx y'yy2.y:yyXyy XyXyyAy '���������  /). THE NEW WESTMINSTER and COAST  UOAD DISTRICTS, which Mialitn.cliideyall  bai trHCt of land inclndeilin/thfvNew ��������� Wv-st-  miiiRter and Coast j M*sl ricts,:as set for'It in the"  Schedule to ���������yTheConsli^ ���������  In Testimony Whkrbof; we ;ha ye/cliii^eii  , th.'si* QuivLetleis lo>be uiade-pailiMjivsjnd  the-'Great Sea I Of: the Provinee oV iji/ii^h./  Colambia to be hereuritO ufllxed .��������� * Wrr-  N kss. : t h e.,: H < in o ra b 1 e J os k i w Wi fa. \ \ m  TnuTCir, Lien ten- mt'-Govvrn or.- of >he,Huid  Province of British Coin in id a."iii'.'the Ciiy  of Victoria, in the said Province..!his  Fourth day of Mai ch; in the year of (Mir  Lord One Thonsuud ei^jhl hundred and  sevetity-three;and in the thirty-sixth year  2;Xof Our Reii{h.  By command:  ;    JOHN ASFI, .   'yy ">".T.  : ��������� /      ;' Pro'v i ti cial. Secretary..     mr22 4ni   .  kfc  TJi ACCOUNTS DUE TOJTHE  Extra & Superfine Flour,  Lillooet Beans, 1872,  Chicago Bacon,  And a general assortment of Groceries at  prices that will defy competition.  JAS. RETD,  Commission [Agent  fe22 2m  if not p;ud mi or beforo the FIRST OF JUNE next,  will be sued for  JOHNX. GOODSON.  Barkorvilto, March 10, 1873. mr!5  The Registration of  Births, Deaths and Mar-  riages Act, 1872.V-  '    NOTICE',  I'Vl-  PUBlilO .NOTTCK if hfircby plvon, that from and  nrt������-r tho 1st (toy of .S*ptt������mlw n*'Xl, all Birth.",  I>(sith? and Murriapos within the Province of Rriii.-sh  Oolnmhinare U> In Re^htRred nnder tho provif-lonp of  "The1 Registration <>f Birtli^ Dr^nlliK find Wfirrlapes  Act. 1S72,"-.at thconinoof tho DislrictRoiriptrar of  iho Pislrict. \vhr*r"in the samo rt'spi'ctively phjill take  place, and within tho limes following, that is to say:  BIRTHS���������Within 00 dnvi? from the date thereof.  nKATFI.S���������Wiilnn 30 dnvs afLor In torment.  M AHRlAGKS���������Within 90 days from the duto thereof.  Rvcry Householder. Head of a Family. Clfrjrymnn,  Ph.vRlclsin, or other p"lrfon or ppr^onf, required iiy Iho  at id Act to n'p'Tt UirtliF, Peal lis and Marriage?, who  refuses, or wilfully iiej?lr������ets lo do so, within the times  Itfftav naino'l/willljo I In hie to n penally fr������r eacli and  every nf|V������n������<< of not less than Five I)oll������rsor moro  tij������n Twenty Poll-irs, to he ri'cover^d with fiosts ho*  D'lvnnyfJui-'tieeof ihe Peace having Jurisdiction within  the lociliiy whore any such oHeiice is coniiiiitted  against the said Ac*.  ������&$& By command,  If, B. W. ATKMAN,  Registrar General.  Land Ropi=trv OfUcc,       \  Aug. SI, 1872. J Bel4  ^  R. JAMES "WTOKHAM HOI^DS MT  Power of Attorney, and is fully authorized to  Collect all Debts <iuc to me. All 'those knowing  themselves to ho In my debt, hy cither Note or Account, will nlease make immediate payment to my  Agent.  P. MANETTA.  wmifo  MINING-  QLAIMS FOR SALE.  NE-TITIRP OF  THR MACPHETl?ON CMIM ON  WUJJASfS  CUEKK.     This   claim  is  pAying  steiulily.  ONE INTEREST and a-half in tho WEST OF ENGLAND CO. on MKhininpCreek. This claim adjoin*  the wrtl-known Eleven or England Claim.g  Clear Bills of Sale guaranteed.  The ahovo Claims aro ofTerod  far sale in conse*  queues of the had health of the owner, and aro well  known to bo first nlass mining property,  Apply lo'  jfc WMTRBLAISK,  MmrU lm ^ Willi a ma Creek  mm^^mm  |H������B  Mr THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY. MARCH 29.1873.  m&^  EUROPE.  Barcelona. March 16��������� Fresfden t Fignrl as,  accompanted toy the Governor of Province  ������n d Hen ry En jzcries, U. S. Consul to-day,  / vi si t ed the A merican _sq liadro.n i ri the liarii pr  of Barcelona, end were received witb fall  lienors on board the steawers Brooklyn ami  Shun a nd o ab. The captain of the BrOo k ly n  proposed the health/of the President/who re*  ������ponded My payittg a tribute to the memory  of Wiisbin^nn, and blanking Americans for  expressions of sympathy towards the Spanish  -.Republic. ' ',;.' y'V  Madrid y March Iti���������Government reeved ���������  dispatch announcing .that all the, CarlisfR coir'  (Centrated near Vera'-.fattt been muted- after a  nanaruinary battle whvcb lasted several biwirfc  Lo nd o ii , M a r c h i 9 ���������A f u rin w a ri o t b e tween  Eniilishirjen���������.anil/Irishmen /occurred, ut,Wol-  verhamplbn. near Birmingham, yesterday.-^���������  Ah out 3000 persp ns were en gaged.; F j reavm s.  and k i������ i ves wh re ftee ly.used and much i btwid  eh ed, a 11 h oit gh no leases of; fatal iuj liry have  - been repotted.,/ y'X': ,. -5  *' \      :UNITEiy.STAT ,  Sj racuse ; N. T., March 17���������On Satnfday \  '"' night- a "man named Mill ley Avas stabbed ^ui J  killed:; by :two brothers .named Ahde ra/witbj  ���������wifOiiirhehad been ./disputing concerning ��������� o  ..-game of cards.   ' ' * =-    ��������� '"' y 2y -     *''-*.-  :  Ne w Yorky March 17.���������A number of orders j  : ere Jw  wooden vessels toi replace'-ihe iron tttwe lost  in last year's pi les., ��������� Home* brokers say they  fiiul it impossible^ toVffiftheir cuimniesibuH  f������>t en-mghy iyy ,''"������������������:���������./��������� Xyy ;:��������� X\  ylndi a'hiip 6lis,''-March'. 17���������-Cliarles Hnnt������. a  w* ��������� 11 k ii own; {< )haceon i s t,: commit ted v ii ieid������������  t li w morning at j lis sti ��������� re; -by eh < > b ti i|g . h itose 1 f.  fcluahcia!'difficulty is the a jigged, cause.      /  V,yX:ll,CANADA." ,'������������������'/ }  Toronto, M*rc!i;l^:-The Globe substantia  ....aiescjiars^es i������f fi������ruei:y:, agaifist  D<>dge.  tt*e  r  . ; BG11KS OltKESti  CpHi mbta������eo,���������Record ed in favor of fijeb  Mu rdocli, ThomnB Sne n ce and ladies Bnrdick.  100 feet eacfc. hi,!! cfeiiins, to be worked in  conjunction with and. form part of,Columbia  coy '.'���������'        .���������;. ;-y.     />;,/../ yX. .,./ .y,;y.  Columbia ������o;~-March 4--Recorded in favbrl  of G^org������ Murdoch, las. Will ianis, John D������u-  sten. Neil Me Arthur, 4 creek clairaa in the  Hf������per end of Golnmbia co., to lorm part of  same., ;. ���������' * X-'-'y ;-'yy*. v ' .':/���������  ' \   XX' WlLUAM CUERK. / ''}  Sim Flower co.^-March 17���������Recorded in  favor of A. Peodola aud Wm.GraUey, each 1  intfarest and a half ;re������records v  ..::." orousbuREKir... : 'Vy.  Portman������o.���������rMarch 16���������Recorded in favor  of William Heron, the whole of tb������ Portman  claim; re-record.  , / "'*>  ��������� . WII.SON CvLGH;  Wyatt co.  of Charles.";��������� Wyatt, Gomar Johiw. Jas. Mont-  joinery, Adam Clotworthy. 400 feet of ground  adjoining the upper line of the Discovery co.  und ruhuing ap stream.  neriod not exceeding three mojiths, or to a  fine not exceedihg $100, sweh fine, WHh all  proper cosis, ia default of payment to bfc  levied, by .distress.-.; ��������� -Xyyy  11/ Bach Asaessor. prior to iXie 1st $ay of  Jiit|������ ih each year sfcalI make; out a list wf ail  land liable to Land Tas within the/ IMstrict  or wllfch lie acts.    V       ��������� "  The remaining clattaes provide ther neces-,  sarjr machinery, jor cisseseittg^ constitnti ng a  Court of Appeal, a������d col Acting the tax/.  THE  CANADIAN/PAbl^iC "j RAILROAD.  VTho foliowitf interesHng articlo on the  Canadian Pacific Railroad is copied from the  Montreal Witnea/i, a h������wapaper at one tinr.e  strongly opposed to the .Undertaking :    ���������-  The Provisional Directors for the constmc-  March kl���������Recorded ra favor , , t .      y,       *^ *       ������������  ...  been appointed, an Important preliminary  LAND TAX ACT, 1873.  tiK'inber far. North:/Yt������rk, ��������� by publishinjr a  1 ei te r f r i ������r i���������- * % i i ti11 i/ R a itisiay deny! ii g hi s / ever  ^bavuig/wr^teii a letter signed by his name. /  :TH;5i)^ P.rii poses to es*  ���������*b|iHlVL'ijweeyiiewtNortMaf;Sciioola/iitty tliat  .-I'ptvince..:-        y ���������"���������<;��������� ?.-;.- ������������������''-  MINING \ NTKM.IGENCE.  Th^reis/iin mining ������������^w������������ of importance to  r������'iv������ri this .week. In consequence tvf the  stormy: weather tb re baa been no comntu*.  rtituu on lor the past two days wilh \ran  ^V;iik e, and the wires being down yesterday  we we re 11 nab 1 e I o p r< > c\\ re our us ual Light*  ning Creek report. '  " ..,/���������HAHVKV.Citl^K/-'/Vy.  -,.-. Perseverance co. taking out over expenpes.  r'tMiiinion and Manitoba co/s prospecting  The Cnminiu^B C(i. has suspended operations  ���������f������ir the present. The Minnehaha en. ih taking  out small pay. not workinir in' the deeo  ground. The Foster co. took oiitfioz. laat  week Irom one set���������heavy, coarse gold, one  piece weighing $15.  MINING RECORDS. \  LIGHTNING CRBBK.  Ophir Cn.-March 5���������H. S. Brown, .fofm  Cameron, Robt. McDermott, Morgan Lewis,  James Burdiek. O. Cromwell. A. Argent, A.  V. Emerson. Jos. Minion, Henry Goldslead.  Jas. Holy rod, D. Erode, R. J. Davis. John A.  WiUiuim, Sol. Cad man, Owen Crowley, John  Itobeitfion. P. Manet ta, James McMillan.. P.  OTIare,T. Gartley, G. Valletti, J. Ford, J.  Phillips, M. Bray, Join Holmes, Jas, Dodd*  J. H. Hill, II. P. Ortoii. John Boll Wm. Ilolli-  dnv, John Rees. John Williams. Jos. Johns,  R. Drew, Jas. ttoyce. A. D. Mclnnes. A. Wood,  A. Clotwortby, Jas. Montgomery, Robt. Stevenson, Thos. Burton, Fred. Mills, W. McCul-  loch, Adam Prentice, A. Barlow. W. Foster.  A. R. Johnston, William Tucker, W. Polmere;  "W. Houghton. I. Lipsett, Jos. Williams, A.  Pendolai N. F. Foster, Jas. McMillan, John  Pomeroy, R. Deighton. D. Rankin, J. Turley.  R. J. Skinner, C. O'Neil, M. Hilton, D. T.  Price, H. Ear ley, J. Muir, W. Ilosford, Jas,  Gerald, D. Smith, and Charles Wilson. 7000  feet of mining ground on Lightning Creek,  commencing at the lower line of the Murtle  Co. and running down stream, being in width  from base to base of the hills on side of  stream.  Point co.��������� March I���������Recorded in favor of  Ben. Healy, Wm. Williams, Morgan Lewis, J.  Elder, each I interest; John Powell, William  WcCnlloch, Wm. Beattie. J.J. Kobertson, EL  Sheppard. John Mii'r. Rndk. McLean, and R.  Roberts, each one-hall interest.   Re-record.  ���������' 1; From und after the passing' of this Act  an annual Tax of One per cent; upon the  Val lie per acre shall be assessed and levied  iipbn .all 1 and, saye as hiereiiinfter exempted.  that is, to .say; the said /tax tsfiftM /not;/ be as;  sesse'd ��������� or. levied in respect of the folio wing  Land.:       ' ' " ;,' f>   . -.,.  "Land now; or at any? time boreaftpr; Rested  in or heId in trust for hex Majesty or for  the public uses of the Prbvincei.      2}"y  yLand: ^iiiiiivtlt^ilJfnlt^-.**^ ^jn'y.J^^P-^P^.ir*^^  ' ���������'"  City, Township, or District,/;'   y'. Xy  Laiid held for the heneflt of any tribe Or  "; /hody br;Inuians> -.������������������/  Land lietd for the benefit of any Charity.  /;; i Piib I ic Hoap ital,: Se h o o 1 or Be he vol e. n i  ���������V8ociety.;V! ; yyyyy���������'-'������������������y.  Land pre empted under the Pre-emption  ��������� vLaw8, fit the Prbvince, and occupied in  y-vaccordaiice with xthe / require men is  of  ;^1V Land Ordinance, I87fl."  Lan d up on yw h i ch th e own er or his agehr  b o inv ftde resi d es j and- i i p on ��������������������������� w hi ch 0 ne  Do! la r / per acre, is a nn u al ly ex pen ded :  pr(iviiled such lands. .dii hot exceed. th������:���������'  viilne of/Twenty D<������ll:ii's per .acre.' ���������'���������'  .Land itpoivwhichpermatient;impif>���������}^^vements  /: '"/��������� to/the anion ii f in val iie of Tweu ty per  cent, of the a as ei^ed vail lie of  the/ 1 an (1  . have been made..-:. ". ^  Lah rl iipbh; whteh ftv������ head of horses o i  cattle/per ilJO acres, are depastured :  provided such exemption shall  not ex  V tend to land" of a value exceeding Five  I)������dlara per acre.  Land upon which fifteen head of shepp. p^r  KM) acres, are depastured; provided  such exemption,shall not extend to land?  of a value exceeding Five Dollars per  acre.  Laud upon which horses, cattle or sheep,  or any of them are depastured together,  the total number being in accordance  with the proportion established by the  two preceding sub-s^ciions; provided  such exemption shall not extend to lands  of a value, exceeding Five Dollars per  -~: :ncre.- ;r '.'"/.. v* -/  Land held iinder any lease or leases for  timber cutting purposes.  All lands heretofore or. to be hereafter  leased by the Government, for pastoral or  other purposes, shall be exempted Irom  taxation under this Act.  2. For the purposes ������f this Act any building/fence, prospecting mining work, or.reclamation ot laud shall be considered permanent  improvement.  ���������  3. In estimating, the improvements on any  quantity of land belonging to one owner/the  surplus of improvement on one part may be  accredited to any other part of the same land.  provided the same bo immediately contiguous.  4. Road Districts are to he Land Tax Districts for the purposes of this Act.  7. A notice shall he posted up at each Post  Office by the Assessor.stating that Assessment  Papers have been deposited aud may be obtained there.  9. Every owner of land in any district shall,  at some time during ihe months of March or  April, in evern >ear. himself, or by his agent,  obtain from a Post Office, fill up, sign, and  deposit in a Post Office, prepaid, aud addressed to the Assessor of the District, a Land.  Tax Assessment Paper, containing a description of the land owned by him, his name m  full, his place of residence, the total quantity  of bis land, the quantity liable to the pay men t  of Land Tax, and the nature of tho improvements, the value thereof, and the value of the  land. Such Assessment Paper shall be verified by a Declaration made by the owner or  his agent.  10. Any person wilfully making a false declaration   shall,   on a summary conviction  p tep is tints achieved, and t heye is every cer-  tainty that ground wlH be broken and practical work commenced in a short time.   All  wlib desire the wel fare of the Dominion:w i tl  wish the en jerprise, God-speedy but ni^ch de-  pen da u pon h o w i t is go n e ab oil t.  .If; my the  eonat rucf ion of the Canadian ��������� Pacific Raiiroad  the Government and contractors hurry on the  complefion of the Wvstern sectipn. from Fort  Garry tbrongh the Fertile Belt to the Pacific  coast/they will be doing:the;Wuntry/an in-  calcnlable  amount of; good;   /It Is well  known that  Sir/ Hugh; Allan and some; other  Directors     are     determined   4 to < extend  the Canada Central Railway;".iip;- the, Ottawa  valley and across the country/to' Saw It Ste.  Marie, where it wi 11 cross,oit a bridge^ and  thence by means of alirie, running en the  Wiiith side of Lake- Superlorr in/the ronslriic-  tiori of'which ihe Northerai Pacific wii I; am *)������  form a junction/with that rbad/atDnluth. the  Head of 'navigation.;   Froitty Duluth/ to / Pern;  bina the /Northern Pacific is nearly ifinished,  and from Pembina to Fort Garry a railway is  proposed to be bni 11by tbepariadianCentral:  Paci fie. ;/form ing a jn action with the Cana-  dian Pacii%at Fort/Garry, the; road would,  then; run throi ugh o ne of the richest /and m ost  ferti lip valleys in the West to i ts term inns on  the Pa ci lie/'--. Th is ro h to woixl d co nstl tii fe the  'cheapestand. shortest highway kit/the /products of the great Northwest to the Atlantic  se a b oard thiwi g h a. Canad lan o u Met,: Ru n n in g  al in ost to the ex tremlt y ��������� of the set tl emen ts; i ri  the Non h w es te r n S tales, 11 ay bids I he bar re n  wilderness that lies beyond ; and no where in  its course does it. traverse any considerable  ter ri tory that is h o t susce p ti b 1 e of p rofitab 1 e'  seltlpmetit arid cu 1 ti vation.   We imagine th at  Jay Cook would, in prospect of the speedy  completion of the section of the Canadian  Pacific from Fort; Garry, west and also of a  jiinction with the Canada Central at, the SaulL  Ste. Marie,; possibly defer for an indefinite  time the construction of the remainder of the  Northern Pacific Railroad west of '-Minnesota;  whinb latter would Uietv be an important  middle section of a great commercial line.  having its eastern and western parts and termini in British territory.  Here, then, is^ati opportunity for Canadain  three or four years to open railroad  coin in n-  nication with her great Northwest, and at the  same time dr.iw lo her seaboard the important  trade of the region traversed by tlie Northern  Pacific.   In his paper read before the laic  Dominion Board of Trade meeting, the Horn  lohn Young ably summarized the advantages  ot this route, and showed its necessity both  lo Canada and the neighboring States,   The  Eastern section of the Canadian Pacific Railway irom Lake Nipissing to Fort Garry by  the North of Lake Superior may possibly be  built some day;   but many weighty authorities are extremely dubious as to its practicability, and at the.best its  construction/it is  averred, will be a work of years*   The conn-  try to be traversed by it is said to be in great  part a howling wilderness, with natural obstacles of an almost insuperable kind.   Of  course its chief value will be in giving a  whole Pacific railroad on   British  ground,  secure  against hostile   contingencies,  and  whereby troops, munitions of war, &c. may  be conveyed, which could not be done upon  a line partly traversing foreign territory, and  Bri tain's great o verla n d highway to her Bast*  era possessio ri s> Perhaps i n consi d era ti on of  th is Englan d shori I d- com e for ward and take ������  share in its construettonT , Neve*ilieless this  part of the road is not of such immediate  commercial valtie;as to #arrafit^ tlie negleci  pf seciitfog aliot her means o f; bomm>ihication  ppnding;U������i completion, '-ti'eiithe section froia  Fort Gfariy weBtward be built,With al! tho  speed possible.  BftrasH/ Ixpww���������it. tilay be interesting to  know*/tliat:., the most recent- estimates sbo^  tb at the pop it I at j on o f the pe ni n sn la of BEtn*-  dostan hm been greatly ur4.ereslimated. ft  contains 186,0^7,000 people paying reVemw  t o tWe Britisti Go vein ihe n t/ an d, ��������� 5 5,250 'jOffl  w ho pay re ve a ue to n a ti ve chl e fs eu bject to  the i^ngti Jf Grown. Wit of /this grand total  of 241,267,000���������at least one-sixth of the en*  tire human family���������Uf^at Britain finds itV������ry  difficult to squeeze $250,000)000 a year in  taxes* As a tax payer, the native of Ilindos*  tan has clearly a great deal to learn, and i%  ought to raise the French people in the estS*  mation of the world to find tbat> as a pro^  ducer of revenue, every French man Is equ al  to ;at least twelve ot the Qriental subjects of  Queep:Victoria. . V'.y}}.- Xy  Tax Bifct.���������For the infbtmatioa pt  agricui tii rists and o woers o f I and in th fe dis*  trict we pub lisb in^to-day^s issue the /"most im*  portan t sections Jof /the/ tiew; Laiid Tax BtUv  It: wii 1 be perceived on perusal that tlib 4Aei  does not affect the bona fide seltl^ but justly  taxes/ali lan^ei lieid- for; speculatibny; The  tax will fall heavily on the owners of land ia  the.:.iramecliate neighborhbod of Victoria aud  New .Wesimi!i8terf where large sections: of  Wild Landa have been locked up for /years*  TttK Mail may be expected to arrive oa  Thursday next. '   .        ^  Is it TwiB.-r-TIie federalist) of New ITork,  makes the Iblbwmg statemeiit ?^-*' Thiscoua*  ry/was.oOce highly inteiligent, and men: of  tab greatest attain in en Is governed .its - affairsi.  I tjn o w posaessea h ni. the rod i men ts of k no wK  ���������?dge, while the most ignorant ;adventurers  control it.; It was once religious.and moral^  l gi a now ; r i fa, W i th c ri me and d eb auc li ery o f  very /kiniL   it was fm-iinu'ly  the home of  p ros pe ri ty and the ab ode of peace j i t; is no #  a tread^tn ;ll of ytoleht overwork and a theatre  of factiou and anarchy.   There is, but one  cause t h at can be assigned for t bis d i*ead iu I  gondii ion of affairs.   We are too much gov-.  erned.    We are fond of calling ourselves free,  but there is no civilized people on earth so  tn U c h enst a ved.   The  ta xes exa c ted fro m us  iire so heavy as to drive us to the Verge of  despair j the laws that restrict lift, so eudlead  and discordant that no man can learni them \  ihe officials:placed over us so numerous that  I n ey inter! ere with th e co m mon est m a iters o t  life;  ihe tribunals of justice so multiplied  and conflicting/that, unless am an baa a fortune to expend in appeals, he is glad to accept a ruinous composition.  thereof, before any ������Iu8t.ice of the Peace, be I* .  aenteuced therefor to imprieoument for any' ia this coniieoUun it may come to beuB������d u  Sixuoxar brFPKRK.vcK.���������The Sacramettlo  Union n o tes a si n g u I a r di ffe re n ce . be twee A  English and American commerciallaw. A  set of exchange was made in California on  London.���������> The first was stolen from the mail  hajr, the payee's name forged/and the money-  collected, The second was; forwarded M  collection and payment refused, under tho  law here quoted:  ���������'Provided always, that any draft or order  drawn upon a banker  for a sum of money  payable to order on  demand which sliajij"  when presented for payment, purport to tie  indorsed by  th6 person to whom the Batne"  shall be drawn payable, shall be a sufficient  authority for such hanker to pay the amount  of such draft or order to the hearer"thereof}  and it shall not be incumbent on such banker  to prove that suca indorsement* or any sub*  sequent indorsement, was made by or imder  tbe direction or authority of the person tb  whom the said draft or order was oris made  payable either by the drawer or any indorser  thereof*   [16 and li   Victoria, cap. 59, sec.  19.]?J  The  American  law   isd in substance as  loliows:  *������ Where the first of a set of exchange is lost  by the payee, and the payee's name forged  upon it, payment by the drawee to a stranger  will be no defense to an action on tlie second  of the set, by the payee against the drawer,  thi  hi  ie proper steps having been taken to charge  im upon it.-;   [Bayley on Bills, p. 326*/]  The question is, who stands the lo 9 la subil  cases ?���������tSau Fraueiaoo K&amirm'i .-��������� *  T'*t?*^;>y,y ���������'vyafT'  '   li S^'tidrfs -100; 101, IO2^���������03^iO^'llO5,  'and  117 of  "The- Go id Mining Ordiuante,  VfXlsppi. ^;h^ebyropetfied/:at& m lieu thereof?  l*be it enacted: ���������   , jf(, _,_       ;., A  , ���������,, .y r? -��������� '���������  ;y VV 2. When anjr joint stock company,company  of ft^e miliarsIWr^  1 ������dMre >.fb ^ acqirire1, - by - p ft red asei tracts^ - * ��������� J  Mining ground ^���������eater In extent/than claims  ,   now alio^^lb^iaw >to//ho, jn^emp^l,; the  1^;as;^csm^e^tne.siia;p:  -^ ";'��������� H<; <t,6Cfu������rd,' maited otujby/pfi'efV'of the  ^ :*/i*,!, lepra!., sizo. cin$*pr.opfirly vmrcjfeyed .by, a1  y ;: y  T. Su r jreyor ap poiin;te#^by .tiw >G$!&$ om*  mi&uone?  yxy ,^a /v. "wnt^h^yiftij'cS^of * the* amplication^  0 ' ;���������/: , signed by I fofyppiictin t'yMiWtfcbe post yd  y,   v y on the<doo^;0fsfM  iawfiiUyreatitledvto^riy,  be entitled to tbe cerliiicate-mtlie Fo'nn^O;i������  the Scli^ le here to y it pn ifceiSbibli^hi ng. ta t h e;  eatiBfaOtion otVihftGold^edmnnffeftttior'.lVy-la.ffiti  davits Otherwise, tba$th^uni4of *: $250/ lias  been expended upon such claim by bim' \ot  some  person  \\ rider  or ^liron^v; wh^m ;he  felaints, ..-fcitdfii po^tb^'prfid^ioii^vt' siich ;cer-:  tifiqate hi the riiahner a^rpaidiyefesili/be gii-;  titled 'io aUrowii ^ri%tut M/the" Hsaid claipi,  ^teh/may^  hereto,;.:y 2jy, ,/.....v,fl:v..4/ ^<Ky'gX)X\lyX V'"^"-.  ?: :i0i Any wmncorpor  niintww^  r Ac t^o.iv.W.|.i6i hereafter Js\hty X bey la vv fit II y /eju.-,  titled .to. a ^et/og/ininin^hfiltti?*ss,;filuil 1 bo\;en j.  titled to-the certificate in the Form E iu the  Sciieiliile/^er^b^Vupon,>(5i*tiijsliing. to /iiuf  ;&[^isffictib.tv:^^.tb o /Xvolii' ^Oo&m^sidner,;: by;  anldiivifcmr otherwise* that tlfe kiim ot: ������250  for;every and eachyof such;set ot claims," has  been,eifcended; -no ^such-pet; ok. claims,' and  ���������w  DKALEU'IN-  ���������.ifr���������s''^  71QB, * JK370������IS1O21S y  ���������^���������^'H.ivv?:-^rrM^J'^- ������������������������������������-���������}\ - ���������-     ;:  KiC!^  y 'i.i  < si . ?���������- v siic h * ii o ti ce siia I lj *co'n law a YTe'sc H pf H n ���������  ���������   sol the land nought to-belliedHiredi'fllnd  : specify ���������the time and -place when and  /sp'aperjji if- /a&y). '. i>  yVV x- -'district.itt'iwh-icflj the lands'lie: ������������������'  / *.'*(4i) JEN iland,, p r.opbsedrto qbe;i; a6qiured-  X-,y- \i shall ?tiot be, greater in .extent.tbaiiTn  '/     '- ,J " 7For bar,'or 'bench diggings,]mxt  -  r'       5      ^   bun died1" ani forty acres'south''  *������    ;   - ������*,-'   ^f Quesnel mon tb." and norih^Qf  y>;y v S^ftl    '-QnosiielmOuLhi ;S;fl^|/!lliiiJldr^'  i-i, ������"   ������    - -   acres. ,.   -   ������,    ,-   ,-���������  '���������"   ' Tbr.c!;eek elaims: 8is���������fcundred'an3.  ?'      -������ '   7 - forty acres. '   , \ y  ; 3.  The/ Gold Commissioneryshall rrecor'i3  ^flu^h'ground Iri fuvor "of tb'e'rpafty ���������"ap?plyurg>  '4.N the same,;afte> the foyegbwi^rule^shaHJb  ,>cam plied with,anii on.: pay men t-of the gum ;qfj  <me, dollar per acre, buL nonsuch .record  '-fffim l/lJe&adeMf^iiiidlwliicli "^v^ii^h^ "fXi-aiJy  m  shall be coi'Sid-  ....  FfinUbe^h^ui&IiWri^to^h  y 11. /Any 4 suqlr. Cvpwn * Gran^/as/ aforesaid.  sbal l^; iii"b$$ \ t io n tot ccujity^rj n^i Si tho. gran tee*  pr graiit^s therehnde ^ea ta te: in  :fee-simple of'and'ili We'^lanrds-descri'lied' in  sttctt OrowniGraht^tfl soeo n ffer'Oby pu clV; gran  tee or grimt^es*? Uie^n*?h tr to.estate iand/prop-  erty^in,a^^recipiw fmHtalst^poii/;orf .^underi'  neatfi 'the/-surlace of (such 1 ands ;, but .suclr  Crown'&rants "shklI* be sii^ect-������������������to.ai 1;riglits-  sivbifeh ;'a.tHhertimfi?df tlie iSsriirig thereof, were  I no su cb: Crow fi^Gra^t,shall be ^weti of ������any"  e^arty:  ji|to3^Tf^B.: ip^^^^*:j->^^rs^i^  oh-hund.- ' / '*:jHy2\y \ffi>)\nh<'t  -^tOha^eUh  i *>.���������  ^rMord^b'^ll/ba^e-and/  e fdii^fog'-iFtKat-^i:" vr'V \'H' ���������'  f ^-Tt%iiall!eo^imue in force for'; tbe' /period }of  H- kW Vear&^^;^b^longei'y.P^ Y\n% ^uclrperiod  I $ le; lan<5^u^ ^������^^%Clf^|o rd 11 as b $eii; made  v������ ialL riot bo'opei^ti^location orpre^i^io^i  ���������%# shall*an y party; excep t tlie'p art7 ih 'w.h ose  "'sf' ivbv the recbVd w,as Mffie) hb ve any; rightXXp  i������y ter-rtherlfopfif /^Suc'li/i^cord slialV iibi^flecty  '���������S>i;ejudlce, bv take 'away, 'any. rights-nor I n-:  *������4ideTarty Claims'"/vlrb;iJj.h:%t* the: ftiiii6 :-p^^siicb*  ������������������c-joo tU were -actually/ veste'd'i li uriy :free W-V^  *by-'hVcbni. lease or gyatft;' \J '���������' y]'* '"'*'! r  *? 5;-IIV^en^o/the^e^f5iratibn Jbl ;dic;Said;!:woj  ^ears ���������fiii^;Wfiicli/Ufti^:.:^'fc*nr:T^  /foeen iu1'iforce;' tbe party 'id'.w hose fa for Jt was  ^faade shall /eho w' to Jtbe? satisfaction:'of, ibe  vG >ld (^ ta mission orV by ^affidavit or ���������other wise,  tiiatibe^im^^SKKfcireye  ias been expendsd^nlfe land" so recorded,  such:'party shairbe enlitled^o; andJJlie'; Gold  ���������Commissi6tier shall- :-gi'7es:^iicK?*p"Sriy.'a^bei^  ands wben(such lands arelawfullyvheld (4>y  attyt?pwsHtffpr/-^ the party  applying *fbr ^iiWOrdwn^'a^:  ,; :& 1^/jThejelaitrl oniclaims bftaayiifi'e^ mirier  x> '���������. free, m in ers jy ho shall di^over/new; amines-  as-mentioned insSection o^ of ������������������ The,Gold  ^ihin&;Ordina^  ffeet^h e|itib sidVofttbe^cenbe^f {he^fereefc^ j  X$3S(}}Ahyr fi>*^ vtniiter^ cclcomriany of |freie  ^ingir^. sha 11 vb;e?/^n)it)ed Jo run a,draihv or  . tuii ael'i: ,for.} d rai n ago p iir poses ,,th ro u ji h.. any  l&bupie^ mihbig 1 atidyi\poncomp^osatirJigfthe  o'wiifers^ jof ^ stich -land?- ^fcfrV* an y ^ <lamnge ��������� tli ey  >ma^sustain- by the construction'of suclv ttiiv-  lneij, or//draiaj^ y suchy/eoinpe)isatinn, *ifv:; not  agt eed/ bn. to, be:se 11led,by^ the: GoW Upmml^-  si oner w itt ^or/without  eiftierliaftyv arid! to^be Jaid^yiWre such ft rain  C^r turfhel?be confjfructed f^irtfl th������ Gold-Gora-  lunissioner :may makfe such o rdetv and /impose^  such, terms puy.eiiher ^rjarly^as^ to;! im>mayi  se em r jn$ and; equ liable: ;an<| such iii n nelf jyr  drain^ wlien; so 'coiiatrncled. shall be deemed:  to -bea part of the 'claim of *fhe-persbir or per -  sonsby whom:ithe:same! shall have' been!' rii h  PE.,conFi;ruc'tedy.;f 22-2yXy yy.yf. y  yyy  X-y  t U ^RR ^fipnivd} to i furntf-ti 3 iu ni hen1;: at; ���������lve i r^i31 i I Is,*  jit; WiU\arafCreckvorjU^ / '|/''  y$4;Y$^'io'.'.p������H.-y;  ���������xwjyx,. ;���������>-������������������*.   ���������-��������� -j- ,- .,-��������� >���������������������������- -   ���������,  -yHay5|i2;ti Planing)i^aclif he[fln^q)erati<ml^l������ey wll  aisolfurnisli '������������������//������������������'  ���������yy  hi  V'WiU-i  ::y.'v-"'. yy.2i\h.}i:X;:'&y-  ;&W.ilN&HAliD.  !^ari>W;Mikle^une^Ifcp2/r yx-y^t Uyy  at safcl?sfactory rates.  y.0h-Vh22hyX -/ ^ k  4/ v/-kn>- "*>.f*hy iuf  :^j{y;y'tM'/yMv<;.  ^txmv  vy  aARKERVmiiE,  ���������^?f  i^eimct^d':  ���������;Phat qaartz/claims:sha 11-be jl/^OO feet in lengi1 ^  ; m :)a6nred^ ��������� a j o n jr;, ih e ��������� /I ^de ./or:, y pi n^/a rid; n o i  innr^ytbair 200-'feet /oa/^cli' sicie.iii/,wicl h|",  witii ^pb wei r t of fed I o wfjb. ih: 1 ;<;d e/o rV ��������� v ei a', aii ({  i t^spurs ^ d i ps;/ and I Wig les/1. a hy where ���������; On 'for  l)elowt the..8Ui^ceiinc.in ittmiitwo:  extreme/ends of.-siich^ 150(^.tet and jn^ mbr^r^  tificate in the Form A:in/tlie/Schedule bereto. [ company of;/tree;".niiner^, or.joint;stock^cciii-  vi ^./Upon^produclioiv.of /the/said; ;c;^Vtificate pa iiy; shall be; fen titled; io;; any nioi-O'tlia V tire  to ;^e:j.Gbief-;���������feihmiB^fl"ev^���������of':ij^^ds:>an8  Works, ot 6lher'ofiicei\^vvhos<3!: dii tyf it /is to  issuejGrowu Grants;': the-said.'Qhi^f^Gobimis-  sj.oner<br other person sbuUtissue'to the;party  i a f a vo r' 0 f ; vdio m su c h ccr.ti fi cate - ha S b eeo  IC1J F IE IL ED!  *'tiJiv'-,'.i  : ���������:���������''  yy:miA&m!BMm������yy  Ooiobratctt        .     "'-  r';/  WORGEST/^^  ���������   ��������� /    ;.y Declared by ^0iUhoUscarU\*Ji)^   /  / THE '' ONI^l^OC^'SAUO^*: y X  wi-  Aysuwmmy  '���������'���������'V?'?:  gi ve n,; ono p ^j ay men t Hit INr fa r th e r s n m -of $ 4  . aad $ 1 pe r ac re. ���������. a Cro w n ��������� Gran fc o f / th e 1 ai i d  ' s j recorded,-and such Crown Grant may be  a a the Fo rm Bint he Sc h ed ul e h ere to.-. 2y ������������������  :; 7. If, .a t th e ex p.i rati oii of .the, said = p er io d  f>r v/hich sue!i record shall remain lu^force,,  t'ie party in whose, fay or the same was; made  '& 'a all. not h ave es ta b I is h ed th e fae Is ni en l io ned  iii, Section 6 of this Act-to the satisfaction of  the .Gold Goniniiasioiver, the land so reoorded  sh all, as far as lli'e said record shallyha ve af-  ie.ite.i i the same, be waste; I ands. o \ the/C ro wo  a ud ope n to. 1 o cati oa ati id pr e-eio p ti on: i a the;  ns i me pi an n er. as o I h e r J an d s, an d tb e p a r ty, in  >y | ibse fay or su ch rec o rd w as mad o sh all' n o t,  directly ��������� or ��������� indirect!y\ agaia record tiic same.  , 8. Any joint stock company; which,, at the,  ti in������ 6F the passing o f tli is Act. un d er any i.ilw  ex [> \ red lease i ro m the C ro w.n. h o 1 d s a n y" I a n d  f'U' mining purposes,,on showing to the s&lis-  i lie ti oil o f tli e Go 1 d Co m m issi b n e r o f t. he . disr  triH. *in which such lands .1 ie, ti)at the sum oI  S10 per acre of (.he: laiid ,de'tiiised lias been  expended on such land, Fhaii; be entitled to  < i i o s a id cert] fi eat e, In th e Fo rih A in tb e  tiche d i 11 e 1 ic re to, and n uon p r od u c I i o u o f the  certificate as berebefo're 'men turned shall be  entitled to a Crown Grant of (lie laiid so  leased, v;liich may be in the- Form Bin the  Kchedule hereto, and upou the issuing of such  ^ ai d >'l '5 00 fee t 'in leng th ���������by- 200; fee ton ���������eac li  side in width. : .'���������-../       '   *: :: :::r/-.  . ^5: Infection.TOS.ofVthe,Gold /MinioffQr-  d:nance;'" 1867, the words ���������' 125" shall be.  struck ;ou'V and the words u 25'f shall bo -"sub-  stijutod in lien thenof, -1  16. Upon a: petition .signed :by fcwo-thirdaof  th e. reg i ste red yo i ers. o f jiiiy, 151 ec to ra 1 T) i*������ f r 11  of th is Prey in ce, a tl i\ r ���������* ss ed to the Lie at en y.n t. ���������  Gov er a or, an d roq ii es ti n g hi m to bo p.l 6. i ml  to wilh draw the:r district from the operation  ofytiiis Act. it shall be lawful for the Lient.-  Governor in Council.yby; prq^Iamatian pub-  H>hed in; the British Col inbia VQnz ;lt.v..to  withdraw the said district from the >operation  of this Act, and from and after the date of  such Proclamation "the^'provision's of iibis Act  bball' no t apply to su cli. distri c t.      ... , /  17,; -.Th is Ac t si i al 1 n o t c o me i n to f o r c c u n ti I.  the 21st day of July. i$J%   . / /  1S. Th is: Act m a y f j e ci ted f o r al 1 pur n o'ri> s  as " the Gold Mlhing Amendment AUt, 187.1.''  ALWAYS pJJ/HAKI),, y  S--;.t:'  Hi  .?:���������.*  ���������STOMGE.  AND  cG-eneral Agency.  'njifiif.  JAMES  WICKHAM,  ... , ,,..������...,,. .Darkepvtile,  i;ii3;;.Bii.E.Ri  rpHTfi '6l3i ANT)"WELL-KNOWN. E^TAtlLtSpMKNT.  1 v i s a IW9 ys so i>] i I io il with th ty b yst: ol' every th 1 n^  that.<;un be procured lb Cariboo. ���������; ���������/��������� (- *?*: '' ��������� "' --'^  Board,;: -:; /-/ $ 12/per Week/  Slns:le'; Meals''-/- "-JV.  ;?.: Gaii tibri; a g aiii s t; Fr anV?.���������Ti re ;p tfct^sSo r ilils  mt������? t ������l cl i ni o n s j/ ji rt u n ri y;ii le a ��������� (VriVl I hii Vi Is fin viria  oait'si'i������i cort;������in \\^nleiw to ujiply thr nnn>e.wj"*.* W'������n,,,s;  t.or-il>iri' Stuice*' t������j.'i.J������eir owif. iiiT<vrior c'rmp- nn<% 'lm-  p ii Wi������ ,i������- i 11* i;cl > y ? I n for nvetl' 11 j a t th t onl y \v������ y *.bv pn >-  ;uir6 tl^^auln_c^|s tf|Tiy/yj;y/ ". ^ yyiu'X i.cy- ':  ASK^OE'riltKE Ap &, >:i?SrtB-lirST,i: SAUCE:  an.) tp^sna,11m,t\.tlieIn n'������iinesare/upen'live vbaptkb  LAimi9.,STOl?]^.R.nn(I.Hpri'TKy/:' /v/j:^ -.; f|i:;','i>. . \vy  -/' Seme .ft i i\i e foi/bi'^n in ftrk^l hj) a vi n'js -Ji eon supplnvl  iv i 111 asp ti ri ous \Tnfi; e ? trvsli 1 V< Sn n c e :'ii jioiiUii e wrap ���������  per ?mi U laliMS'of Kvlii.clf tlihp.Hinos ol'Ti^iinii'l Pei^fas  hi *i e b ee n forg c 'i, L / an 11 V. .'g I v o; lie tiftejlia t tfiey  I lav e i u rn! s h o *l/111 e ir. c or r oppeii 'I p n I s \v i I li pmvor rtl  attorney to tnko instant, procen din ������&; against maxc*  act a r i:k s a mi v k,n dor s (\l\ r u eli, o ' apy o t h'.or i niita-  niifs.by whichfc-Iieirri^flvt'triay bcinlring ctl.  Askfor LEA ,5c PEB;RIN'S,. Sauce and see  Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  ; j,S^QpiDe r.,;��������� /;.%:> ;������������������ ���������������������������?-. ;;y.i..M.X .;Oy-yy::\>  ' :)Vholcea 1 e a n <l f o r export by: t h cPraprletots, Wor1*  cOVte^rl; Crosse an '1 B.tn ok wo.l J. i ,mul oil j &e., &o. j: ��������� ��������� > -  by Grocers a u il Oil ni p u un i v c rsal 1 y     ,...       .,: v  /:;B$AI^ : :.-���������:  im ���������^(j^.MfipifrcssEK.:  rrHOMAS:.FLETOHER;wishes'to inrnrm Ui������  1   peupl������ of CariUqo  that lie, Is.prepared,to . y  CAST   ALL  KINDS  WORK  OrT BRASS  '������������������>���������>������������������ I-  ABIiDEFSOI TEE BEST FLOUR  i������l?  J.lG.vGOpDSON  /' i    /'..���������.(.'.��������� /At thc, shortest! nolido. - n ���������. i.; |- ���������.; -.- > ���������' ;  .^S.BOXES..Uepjt on hand; or cast to order.  The Store is? "alRo rii ppl ip/J. w! t?i<n ^enerfiljnPFprUnCut:  of Goo (is," whie It he i n ten its Vo su 1 f l'i t a sui'all pruli t.  v  I-IEATIN.G-'APP.  '' FIctcjif^s Hoa Usi jj 'Aj^a m tus. wi th Ho t Ai r  Saves the expense of Stoves,. Fuel and labpor,  and lessens^tiie dnri^eror fire, li is. as wefUdnptml  for Sh n f Ul io uW' ji s brUi n ary Initio i ligv, is clien p, all p  is: warranto (I to ^Ive .cnliro 'saMsfnotloh. ���������"'':'"'  LiastOhftnoe, I^htiiiu^Cl'cek, T.   ,-.���������/��������� ��������� :.   " :  " '.   NoveuiberS, 1872.:        Jy, .. e ��������� ..yf10-4--  |ta  1  IF'"'"  I  1  I  Ii  I

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