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 f/tlie T24Ui'  'tlio N*..rth  ivAVejjt hy  :%yi&.,x .  mx:X  j^^orks/  W1U.  SAUCE  ce, ,.//:,.���������.  ���������< M Of tljfi '"  iciu .liavin*  inoun(JR/tlio  ���������way tojaV  -'SAUCE  he wraitw  - ��������� y i\  5en3u|)|>ijP(|Z  Ui tluMvrap.  and. Per rii; j;  <rT*/i fi������ i/ChVy  lll^p'tWfT "\  iiirtst WA>*r.;.yj  otbeiiiiiiiit.  5d;   /    '/      ''  ������ttle, &vA.  ethrf, \Kt.r, ���������  s.'..; -/���������������������������"  Xy'-   * "���������  ^���������mhrV'-T  ri^Rr-hvlr:  or: \A\, It-f-f  <y IWuj, ur  ���������IlVlM a.;  nWi'.w.TJf;'  P'TtFII hi  Ifi^'tvi/ii 1/  Its or jjruv  r-cr,. tfyp>.  f.������l cc^-i". ;t.  ffiljir. cj-.ss  ���������itnV-n- <4'i:  :������:X'jik������\ ';  an.-J-'i-'j cl-.:  i*P.: vi*.;.  linnet uf-  'd;tlu'r*ip,  ifctrivfyiii ���������'.  ''������'-<vij?rt fi.-f  nt- mil-if  ijj Si^i'W  l<������ 1-fJjaj  BH'Ip-- !s  lR:mt"iw-  if; thfi;jii>--.  tb*: *rnie -,y  'lii'yri'"'8    -  pffril- r\  v.iVon Ida  > ..er^ct i  h'p"fiiuaft.  !*;���������-:���������' ������������������  ssemWy  SH  PS  THAT  XT,  id over  So<il������n  ������A ,  oner.  ado  -i  H  I  1  i  -"'   y  p$g  harp  utnlef  Ml?  ACS,  OB,-  > ������������������  ���������~ .....SENTINEL  Published every Saturday by  R 0 B E RT     B.0 Lj L 6 ,%A Y .������  Subscription.,  -  -25 Cents por Week..  ��������� . .: . ... ;, RATS������. 0?..A??/'n;iV*Vy:,  .% X-  > -Tor ii nc squar��������� (b u?In c h), A rst; nbc>tion ?. .*- - f 3  NEW advertise:MKN'KS.  ������cn  Rtfwvr&Yfk-vfi 4  y ' /.'.;. , yyyM 1.6Ub UL A iVJbU Uc..':��������� '/,,.���������.,   : y "  ir*  !���������   ^'y'-Jf-iv's-Xfa^ !>  'rTrrTrHQTlSLS, REorAUlL^Tor&^~7'  '���������ly'/ yd rlVyXyyy . ]x$'A '!������������������ y .'���������X   ,  ono month,.  To  rt\roiQU*reat flrB.li;Qfeirt'1on,     -   ...   -  * oueindn'tb",  . ->   .   .   .   .  Agents for tho" Cariboo Sentinel."  V*n'.winVl.������'.     -      -      :   -���������'*,     ���������      -      Lihiisay..  . uuodneliaoutli..- .... - ;.:f   '  ! i n-rearilUKxprwa  B.������IV. OrooU,-v: -      ^   . *r '> ; ; Bernard'f.Kxpr^a  ������������������  c   .      Barnard'.* Express  do ���������. "do   ;  ,  ���������:���������;        -.- John Murray-.  /-':    ��������� ".'Mr Shakeapcare  . 80 CnrnbUl. London, R.'C.  Ctialoo.  Yttf������,    ��������� ���������    ";*  Kisw Westminster  VlCt'TiH,  U  StrsPt.'  J01 P^n^SQ  OFFICE.  LADIES^ CHILDREN'S W1KTKR BOOTS  GENTS. LADIES'& CHILDREN'S HUB-  -BER OVERSHOES.  ..  TWEED ; VaTBRPROOF   CLOTH .. FOR  LADIES' DRKSStJS. '..,/.-  CTllLnREN'S MITTS * GLOVES.-,;-.  LADH^   ROODS' &- CLOUOSi a-BLACE  VELVET HATS, HOSE, &c, fc.      .:  I wi ii "Wl n fi n gibe winter rcce! ve otbe r Go b<l *  selected frotu.tbebeat.Soueesin' Victoria.  p������*- All orders Irom ontljinir dUtrietfi  promptly etteuded ; to r/and-'thankfully- received. ';.'������������������/;"  AlTtlie aboye (roods.  1 for. casli/  / 10SE  Rark'ervllK I>*C: 6.'  ��������� -\ y '-''Xl' i!HAS;0N^HANp-i ' ; yxyyyrkyX yyy, .yy.  x .-���������---.--:....i/ - ..-. -2   ���������������������������.  ��������� ^;;w^ .^V./--":s" r :^rvP:^^:::: ....  "  :'.     I'-U^L'-l'-ll  ��������� --���������l    :   111' ll'>yyl ;";yv    PROPRIETO  .-;..'./..;���������: '-::���������:. .;������������������/ \yx:yPROPRIETOR.;i  '��������� [The Gelebr  ttlttoe' joinufoctttrca andioW by/Wholoaale an^Hr.  uUte.tts purity, and ;y i ;:;..;��������� ���������  :��������� Xyty;-*. v: f  .':...-/   ���������.    ���������-    v ��������� ���������'��������� ;.���������' ."yyyX- '.' : .' ''-'*'   --::..'  :i  'tti'ii-^p 'iiiii^i. ^;Cigar:5  ^: COMB ALONG WITH TOUR CASH/      ^onstaDtly kopt on band.  !. j������0* AND G.ST bARfeAINS. /^;;.:. '  '      ��������� ������!������������������ .     v-. '.���������;/; /. Tlxet/L.Qdgingj  fU' y  ir  Oiir<lH,01>-cuiarfl.?oprerHftndProfframmefifor:    .   f^ri*g  Balls anil Tb^atr^cM^fVtertaiiimerit?       ! ^, ���������  ^WxHcu^iwitii;^^  <������^^*--*^f^Cvr;'-^^^  4-.  =__i^���������^;-- ������������������ : ���������" - "'"^"i./.i   ������ ' ... -..'  ���������.���������.   I. and get as much corn fort for ,Uiq .inner, rp an aa  a ay otli������r man can provide for Iho same amount, of  cash in tlie shape of .yyr. **,;.-���������;  ���������-/';   -y  OF TflEBKST QUALltv.  Notice to.Claimants of  ���������"-y-,,iK:l^Al':' -   .  LILLOOET   DISTRICT.  TOWXSHiPfKO.   . VX  ^J OTIC8 U in-roby |?iven, *thei in nccord-  '" Ac*. .1874." iti*���������Mio.w-injf lanO^ tiitiiate In the  ;'!>mrici oil \A\o������e\, opp������:Kite lV\\f Dog Creek.  ri^tii bank nt  ^ras������������r  River,  b������v������ be������������n tub-  (Hvbjptf by Siuceyi*. arid* Mfip^ thei-nof have  vl-^n d������������ptf������ited  in tbe ORlco of C. E. Pope,  Knq. c'tinton :  $������et-inri? I. 2. 2.  l*jM������st ttttSf ot ;6uctibrj.:4.  ?������   ���������/ 9.  .       S������-'etlfiiH 10, ll.un'M-2.  FriictiufinS vSe'.;iiu.jK'i;i, M.  WM^BuJf of 5?-ot������in.l-ft.  North half of Swctiou 16. .'  :; .      KeflfioriH 20. 21/-2Z.;  Kraciibnat Section 2ft.  Keo.ti/.n������ 2t������. 27, 28, 29, 34.1    -  So;i*h JvalL.of 5;t*ptiou,/d5.  Fractional Seciiob- 3t$;"  A-irt that claimants of any portion of ibis  IttOd who h:ivo nnt obtained. Crown Qratifa  thereof sb on I ������i j^rnve up their claim 6 iti ac-  tsordance with Omuse 21. '��������� Land Act, 1874.."  Form? of pro^f arid declarations can bo  ������btain*������ri n\ the office or the Commissioner,  ; / ROBERT'JBISAVI^,   :  '/Ct'ief Comm*'iaioo9r L^nds and Works.  I,kn d������ and Works 0fti oe,  Victoria Dec. Ii), 1874. jn7   ]  i^- i$M^mm>% Wmiyl^m&m  .     . TAILORING, BUSlN.E^ yy ,:y: , ..... -,,,, v,v,:, , f ;^������y. y' -,.  And SEWIVG BACH1KK wifk of o������fy' d������rrlptl<m  0py   GOOdS' i Elld;'GlOtlUng,  '.-:  ;i7I!soi3,  f   t.   ; I      ...���������'.  ;:. [Successor's to d'. .Kurtz.& po.,3   ..    .1  ��������� IMPORTERS--AND: DEALERS IN /  1. .y. ..,..���������; ^.. ;_.. n yy yyyy i  ��������� wl l'l: l)b aVwavs caroftjily-������at'? ^nderi ��������� t^, an rt tli a b<������et  yillylio.ilon'j at tlie/shqricst notico.at reasonable  00*  trtment  Bevis.and.jvccommodatlon  provided, fyr ;tbeir ens-  icmcrs ;:.'.:    "; /' 4olS   .  " .;;..- y ..���������: . --yy,'-).  ���������: ,    '���������:    y     .'���������'���������n?v ������������������;;;;  ���������'; ���������'. y.A ���������;.. ;��������� yyyy;!: ;-.j|;: /ii-.-vu-:* 6-'   -f:':'  ���������/'.*:-;;��������������������������������� .A   .- rtf-iibfr XX r: y ;2)2y.;--<X-yy<   /  ...STANLEY, ...LIGnTNlNG; CREEK.  T'he febdre' Res'tftiiranii^/novr Opened at  ,-. tho npper..en?t of!town,>;lfe������o B:or.r������i on.b.c.h*������l  liv tliewock or elnple nical������j. A fljno. Saloon is ulm  V^a'clieii/siinpli'ii'i vtillt     V:���������;���������:! X'-'y. fr'yV   '<���������*%  TTi oh^Rt Tii n iiors & Ci&iar s.  V-:  FRANK, PERRETT.  Winter Arrangement.;  '.a:-rna-rd ���������.&';��������� o*'  (Carrviiig fier Majesty'* Mails.)  LEWES     VICTORIA     BY. . STEAMER  .EKTEHPRISB  ;.J&- All Goouaof tha Best:Quality; and at th������  Lowest Prices.. .��������� .;, .     y lV--.;.:X-;2'  -fe:rkgryUlcVM^->������; '  ' -  rcr^6m_;:  TEE^IK^:a;:;ST:ORE,:  Que'snelmoiitli, B,.0./; ���������  Whor-^ there are still plonty of the best brabdi o!  I ��������� Britiali CulumbUj  BP  wm  Administrator^ Hotic: >  FOR ;NEWJWESTMINSTSB;  RottctiingTivle in tlmQ to eosnoct wilh the  arrirln'K it Clinton on wodnebdays and Barker  viUo on Saturdays.  SMghs lpavo Barkwyillo on Sundays,  ftrrlvofa-  Ollntoii oii Thursdays and Mc oa Saturdays.  ������    Conuocts at Cftcbu Oreek with Vunce's Express for  In the matter of the Estate-and Effects of Okaoagsn.-       ' * ���������--*���������-������.. a       \��������� AiOHnwn with Forgason's Exprosa fhr Llllooat.:  /Atia Willi Galigliur'e Express for Dug Creek. -������������������������  ,   At qnc'sacltnouin with Syivoet������r'6vExpress  for  Ominoca, y   '       ���������  F.   J.  'BARNARD   &   CO.  IFLOUR,  ������s������ ���������  $*' . .   ; . . ......  LILLOOET BEANS of 1873, ,'./;',.'���������  r   And other F������rm rroduce/at VERY LOW RATES..';  ;-.;  Also/a-geabraloBSortmentoX ���������     -:.,-,  groceries;  dry goods,  ���������   boots  & shoes,-  HARDWARE and DRUGS-  - ��������� -������������������.'.-.. ���������   .i  03r.C.Q������mlMlon, Storage and For*fcrdiug buainefts  doiio at rcRSonable r.at*?������: y  Tlie best Liqinftrs^c.Cigars.,  16*  yyy. 7andyU^������s a^iy.;. y-  ;no26 3qV    -' ���������     - ���������' ��������� JOIIN MADER.  .2*  -artrr- ' ii'-'ii������ '-KTrr ^TTTT '_"..! "������ l ������  trAVlNC3->'ADDER A fiOOI) STAULE TO THB  ll ll������ur- W������y Houses is .no w, prepared to p,fii r? fciood  iiccomniodfition's to Tcainsicr*. A supply'or- Oats  and Hay- will- Always bo kept on hand and. sold av  reason*blc rates; ,-  ,,- ���������       ..  y   i ' >,i.,^������  The B*r is supplied.������!th tbo b������l Winds,; XJquora  itCiu! Oisara. ''     "  "  y-  myS 'tn  JAS,   RESD/  JAMlis O'BRIEN, deceftsed, intesUtd.  T.Tj Pe^oitSi who are/indebted to tho  {SiW W. V.������ Wm tha HUi day pr  Fvbi'Uftry, l&������, to cBAS  -. p0f)I^v>  .������   '-OtliciAl Administrator.  p&ioil Victoria, 1st December; 1������74.      -   . ������a.  'WOTICEv"'  Ti'OT'OK   13   HERiCUV   GIVKN. THAT  APPUOA.  Vi    tlot will bo nmrtu at tlw next tSuBtaa ol tho  litoKlw? iisambly of Uia Piwliwa of British^  I umbia bytlrt y      "      .   /      '    *;'   y.  'WILLIAMS  CRKSK   RED-ROOK; FLUME  AM) WTCH-COMPANY (Limiteii;,|  uLrrb 1S7G all and alngnlftr therii(bt^priyiltfgOH&ud  f^w w^������rt upon them by the <; WUtam* Creek  ������������������-������unM Or-dia������ace, ISftt" ,   _  OVtobor2( 18/4. ���������       ���������������  Freight and Paas������ngers carried, through at reRSon-  abls'rati'S. "������������������-;'   ;-  For rates of Froight and Fassa^ apply to '  QEO. BYRKES, Agent, ���������:  ������������������nml ��������� ..'������������������' yBarU'erviJle.  THE-FOLLO-ft'INa  I2TO1CI Fill 1 IITTSa  datod i5th May, 1872, from an old inhabitant of Uorningaham, near ^Warminster,  "SVilts:  m ....... . .     . .  for an Act .to renew ia favor or the. Raid Company for .1 UJ  ufunhtr period often y������*M from  Hie Aui flay-o    M  To the Proprietors of  Seep xxn '/hand everything  BEPPIIAM!  ri u&jsa.  NORTON'S GM0M1LE TILLS, Lonton>',-t^- By **��������������������� ������.*������������������*���������       ffi^  ���������"��������� i'riviite Secretary's"Ofilcfe,  ���������y    ��������� -���������,   '17tb December, IH74;  ' His Excellency . tbo Lieutenant-Governor  has been.pleased to appoint Albskt NoitTOM  ItiCHARDS, Esquire, a Barrister of British. Cu-  iumbU, fo. be a Notary.Public.  . "���������   Piirale Secrolary'a Office,'  .. lQlli December, 1,874.  His Excellency. tho Lieutenant-Governor  waa on'tlle 9tU June, 1873, pleased to'appoiafc  DBN*fir Classon Gourtnev, Esquire, AUor-  nev and Solicitor in^tbe Supremo Court of  British Columbia, to be a Notary Public.  Ilia Eiceliency Ibe LiouUnabt.Govern'or ia  Council liny bwu jiita^iU io appoint Ayux  (jRAtiiM.: of ;Kaiuion Greek, E3t{niro, to bd  Coroixer'id and for the District oi Omineoa.- ���������  Bis BxcoilGncy the Lieu tenant-Go ver nor '  in Council has tieeu pleased to place Allan  GkOum, of Maraon-Cr**,- F^r^ure, oiiHtm  rjonimlflrfori of tbe Peace io and for. the District of Omineca.   :    ...  Provincial Secretary's Offlso,  2<ilb December, 1874.  mx.    riA,ttAnftiit.Gprert>or'lo   Oouneil   baa   boc-a  r-oniiDSwion of Hie Peac*:. ..  Al^iani^" I������W*^ f Lightning Creek, Esquire,  ���������$������  . w    K������ouires, and JPrsokbiw WiwatAa^  ^nttAC^ttKbln, )*W^  b  m TO" I  *.-L  V  ry-v -.  XfiE'CARIBOO SENTINEL  ������x^:  SATURDAY, MARCII 0, 1875.  THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH.  Tbo speech of bis Honor tho Lieutenant-  Governor ia opening the last .session of tbe  present Legislative Assembly will be found  in another column. His Honor first refers to i Governor,  the Railway question, but gives us no further  information on the subject than we were in  possession of some weeks since���������namely, that  certain recommendations suggested by the  Secretary of State for the Colonies had been  agreed to and accepted by the Dominion  Government The dispatches containing these  recommendations have not been received by.  his Honor, but they will be laid before tbe  House immediately on their arrival, so that it  will probably be another week before ihe  public-will have fti 11 information ou this subject. We should judge from the reticence  of the Lieutenant-Governor in speaking of  the Railway question, that the Ministry, whoso  mouthpiece he is; have decided on leaving the  acceptance or rejection of.the relaxed -term's  nn open question, io be decided by the present  House, jf it should see fit to do so. or by a  dine without sending them to the superior  schools of England, Canada, or the United  States. The other subjects touched upon in  tho Speech are the providing of more fitting  accommodation for the Insane, the presen1,  building being unfit for. that purpose, and the  consolidation of the several English and Provincial Statutes relating to theConnty.CcurtP.  We hope, in the words of the Lieutenant-  that the .Legislature in considering': the various matters placed before them  will have the interests of the country at bear'f  and be guided by a sense of dut^r in their deliberations." The questions brought before  the Legislative Assembly are" entirely of a  Provincial or local nature, and there can be  no ground for political differences. Opposition to good and liberal measures in our  Local Legislature is unjustifiable, and can  only spring from a factious and envious  spirit. "Measures, not men,'? fcbonld be the  motto of qur; legislators. The members of  the Government have a sterling recoid of the  faithful performance cf their public duties to  place before the House and the country, and.  us heretofore, the House and the country will  give them a hearty support.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  direct vote of the people taken in the-same  manner as the vote on  the  Members'  In  tieranity question.   Of course, this is.mere  supposition on bur part, as iti consequence of  tbe wires being down we are unable lo obtain  Amputation.���������On .Monday last Dr Ghipp  amputated Peter Mactlonald's fingers, who it  will be remembered had his hand? badly  frozen on the day of the late fire in Barkerville. The three outer fingers ot each band  were taken off, and a portion of both  first  LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE  undersigned, by either Note or Book  Account, are requested to settle them forthwith. Accounts remaining unpaid after 1st  April wili be placed iu Court for collection.  P. NEUFELDKR.  Barkerville, Feb. 27. 1875. fe%>8  ~x'   FOR SALE,       "...  TUB  Daniels on   Ranch*  QUESNELMOUTH.  Apply to  MLSCILLAKZCXS.  SHE  Important Auction Sale  ~OF-  Goveramient  Lands  81TUATK ON  fe!3 3m  TUADDEUS HARPER,  Clinton.  any informatipnfrom the capital as to the i: ���������! fingers and: thumbs, the bone of/these mem-  r>nded   action of  tiie Government or  the jbers being quite soft.   The- palient is doing  Legislature./.If. it is deemed expedient, to  Mibihit the question to the people for decision,  n d i rec t vo te tvou 1 d iris u re. a j n s t verd ic t w i tl. -  /out the turmoil and strife and side issues that  ���������.Wiuild be brought to bear on it if decided by  the election of a new Legislature. A measure  will;be submitted to /authorise the construction of the E*quimalt Dry Dock, and the success  of Mr Walkem in obtaining increased  aid from the Imperial Government for this  object -is spoken of with pleasure by  his  Honor.   The'total amount now secured for  tbisimportant work is $500,000; .The policy  of opening up the interior by the construction  of roads, the speech sajs, has been productive  /of good results ;  a large extent of land, for-  . merly neglected from want of means of access/is now eagerly Sought after by intending  wettlers, and producers in a portion of the in  terior can now avail themselves of a market  hitherto closed to them.   Tbis is a very graii  lying result,' and his Honor asks Ihe consent  of the House to continue a policy so beneficial.  This is the true policy to follow in order fo  build up the country, and it must be gratifying to Mr DeCosmos, who inaugurated it, and  the present Government who are carrying it  intoeffect, _to_krmj^th^jm<>cess has atten(led.  their efforts.    The increase.in the production  of our mines is. next referred to, and tbe  Legislature recommended to give every encouragement to tbe further development of  tbis important branch ol our industries.   In  this connection, we hope tl e Government will  inaugurate the building of trunk trails through  tbe large extent of country at present known  to be auriferous, and which is now almost  sealed up from want of means of access. This  policy, if adopted, would be productive of  even greater results than tho opening up of  arable lands.    A  trunk trail   through   tbe  country lying between  Williams Creek and  th e  Eraser, in   a   Nor th w ester ly   d j rep ti o n.  .would, in the opinion of many people, be the  'means of opening up a good mining section,  and we hope, our representatives will lay this  in/liter before the Legislature, y  p. Next in importance to the policy of opening  up the country by means of roads, is.Educa  tion, and we are glad to see that Government  ���������will ask ; the Legislature tp add to the effici.  ency of  the present  liberal system.    The  . Boarding School system  will be extended^  and a school for the instruction of our youth  in the higher branches of education established..  The  establishment  of a high school  or schools will supply a want hitherto greatly  feif.   At present none but the_ affluent can  afford to give their children more than a  common scbool education, as this cannot be  well since the operation. Gteat sympathy is  felt for Macdonald, who is aii old resident  and a steady, industrious man. The ciicnm.  stances attending his misfortune will also in  crease that sympathy. Mr Macdonald j wilh  other volunteers Irom Conklin Gulch, hastened down to the fire on tbey first alarm to  aid in extinguishing it, and it-was ou his return home after nobly exerting himself to  that end that he was fi ozen. Sy m p at hy t ak es  a very active form in. Cariboo, iti ^relieving the  distressed and afflicted, and the case of this  poor.fellow, who iu the prime of life has been  rendered.almost entirely helpless,'will commend i'self. to .the people of this district.    ���������  Untortuxatk.���������In consequence of tha illness, of the Batkerviile operator for the\past  three days, we were unable to get' any later  news from'Victona than that appearing under  our telegraph beading, which was forwarded  from VanWinkle on Thursday afternoon last-  The line went dowu on Friday night, and we  delayed publication until 8 o'clock this eve  ning in the hope that the break would be re"  paired, as the operator thought himself equaj  to taking report should one come along.  _ .Mining-There is/oothing of interest to  report this week. The Nason co. have bus  ponded operations until there is sufficient  water in Antler to run the machinery. We  have no news from Lightning, but it is reported the Eleven of England-co. have bottomed their shaft at SO feet.  CoRRBcnoy.-A m^print occurred in our  last issue in the fifth line of. the second paragraph of the extract from Sanford Flemings  import on Route Nn: 6/ Burrard having been  inserted for " Bute r Inlet.  4* \-*T  ���������4  Barkerville & Richlield,  Importer and Dealer in  lilQTTORS, dlG-ARS,  TOBACCO,  GROCERIES, and     '  PROVISIONS  wnrcn tie will.sell  Cheap for Cash.  Fraser River, 'Xy  Fort Moody, and  . *���������- \.  No rth Arm, II urrard  Inlet.  S1[J*!Uii ccami-5  BARKERVILLE.  CII "Eli- ly/B 0 All 1)!  The price of Board  aUfhis  Restaurant ha*?  been reduced to '  ���������'��������� '.   ���������     ���������   ��������� ��������� ���������     . . "  Eiglit Dollars Per Week  JINGLE MEALS,   ���������,  FIFTY CENTS.  BEDS.   ���������   FIFTY CENTS.  J. P. DA VIES .& CO.  Have r-r.ti vetl instruction j from  j IION.   HOHRRT   BEAVER, Chief C^muii^on-r of  Lniiil.fy������n-'l Work-, lo v?\\ Ijy Public Auction,  by orUerof tut 1'roviucUd Gov\*ruth������riu,  AT OUR SALESROOM, WHARF STREET  VICTORIA,   B.C.,  On Monday-j March 8, '75,  AT TWELVE O'CLOCK, NOON,  The uudermc li.������ncd Scions  Cheap, .Grub  i  From 6xo 12* cents per lb  FLOUR, ���������   -   ���������   ���������   S3 per 100 lbs.  BUTTER,    *   ���������   -   <iu cents perJb.  AND ALL KINDS. OF  EGETABLE  SAM.   WALKER,  Barkerville.  deo  Bkrkkt-ky, September, I8G9.���������Gentlemen.  [feel it a duty I owe to you to express my  gratitude for the great benefit I h������ve derived  by taking /* Norton's Camomile Pills.' lap-  plied to your agent, Mr Bell, Berkeley, frr  the above-named Pills, for wind in "the'slom-  ach, tVom which I snffered excruciating. pain  tor a length of time, having tried nearly  every remedy prescribed, but'without deriving any benefit at all. After taking-two  bottles of your valuable Pillft,:I was������quite  restored to my usual slate of health. Please  give this publicity for the benefit of those  who mav be thus- afflicted.���������I am. sir truly  yours. Hkn'rt Allt>ass���������To the Proprietors  by Noiiton's Camomtle .Pills."  Notick.���������Mr Lindsay, of ."Van Winkle, will  actasngentfor the SissTLVisr; on Lightning  Greek, and all orders,left with thatpenilemen  will be promptly attended lo. Parties at  the lower end of Lightning desirous of subscribing, will please leave their orders at Mc  Dermott's, Stanley. Sent by Mail to surj  scubers at. the rate of $1 per month, pay  able in advance : - * *  n  iltey's .'Ointment  FOR   PILES,  AND  WILLETS   MEDICAL  DISCOVERY  FOR ALL INTERx^AL COMPLAINTS,  Neuralgia, Rheumatism. Head' Ache, Tooth  Ache, Etc; '  the?o Irifallible Mcdfoin-'S can bo got from Wm.  ELLIS, at bis Burbr-r. Sliop, "Stanley," Lightning  Grou-ic. Ho c:m 31" re qui rod giyo numerous riMVrences  as to tho efficacy of li?o above. ja30 lm  arge supply of  s  ���������������  Bl^ck 3 X.  Ran^P 6 West.  8'Cllon,  Acr-'i  ... -���������  " ���������-.        ���������  1  lf,o  .,������  ���������i--  ��������� I^O  ���������������������  3  100  ���������i  4  160  ���������*  6  MO  . ���������������  0  m>  ���������i  i ,  1*10  *i  8  via  ,.  ..  9  M0  ��������� i  li)  MO  |i  11  10  ������1  12  .   l^i  ������i  13  -:&  ������������  14  ni  n  lit  15?  ti  16  1������0  ������������  17  159  ���������������  18  J 07.  M  20  M  1*  21  S3  ������������  *^2-   '  13  207  20S  209  210  211  21'i  214  215  21������  220  - 2'il  V23  22*  227  228  2U5  Acr**.  1������0  M0  Ma  sso  208  192  152  159  213  70  250  141  153  GROUP 11  *#  y.y y^^m^im^^^  Sections j  i  "   |AcrM.  121  ���������  ��������� v          360  122.  .  177  123.  '-.*  219  124  "���������;,.. 2on  125  ��������� ' -  280  120  .    -'  1S7  TERMS CASH-Ton (10) p-r cent, a* sortn as. sold  too balance roust be p-n,i within throo (3) days nt the  Minis and Works OlJJce, Victoria, where certiQoatca  of purchase will bo issued.  ���������  u������������HF?11, Particular.=, with Maps of the same, can  be liaU of tho Auctioneers at an early date.  fc������  '/. P. DA VIES & CO.,.  Aucti0Bf#r������'  m  $m  vvciS������y  I-..y V  Sale  rard  :o.  Kj.on*r of  siloft,       ��������� . : |  U>    -  TUKEt  75,:  ������n;  Arr-'t.  MO  MO  MO  160  1'iO  MO  MO  P;o  MO  MO  1!)  1������1  -;>-.'0'  123  35*  100  359  ior  ��������� io ���������'������������������'  32   ���������  15   *  i. sold  ���������it the  Ocatea  e> caa  TlIECAItIBOQSENT[lVEL  T "Si'fITBtD A Y, -M ARC H: 6; 1875.  /Victoria; March 1.  y0ilg0Emp^  Sfr Speaker a^i Genlleinenlof the &^)siativ'  Assembly.   ��������� ��������� :.,,,,//.  It"lj;iW':in������\|yri9iU5J0tisiiro-:'-ib meet you  v ia i n to d el ib er ate on tli e a (fa 1 rs of th is P ro -  'v ice."*"'"' :2,y y-2:";:- yy.:,.yyX.''���������'.. ;/���������  During the past year/the Railwayquestion'  ���������aquestion of the/ufinost impoiiance not  only to fhis.;Pipvince biit to tho,.whole of  Canada,has caused much.anxiety./in consequence of the Continued failure of tho Domin-  i o ir 6 o ve ni'me n fr to ��������� $o m ro e o ce the; wo ijfe o f  consirucJioiuI tl com edit advisable to dispatch  o n e of. i ny M1 r# i ste r$: to;' fcji i'g i a n d lop res e n t to  )i or M aj es i y a M em 6 rial sell in % \ or th tli e case  of ihe :.P.ro v in ce an d. reqi i.esti rig,her g rn ci ous  \ ti' r ve n t i o ri V :< I ft mi u fo r med by th at -M i nIsle i\  i ii at u ft er.. cured ������'I: co ri'si <l era t ion o f the M e-  nioi'ial.; the'Secreliiry of/Srale for the Colonies,  without proceed ius; to: ar biIraIion.��������� which he  had sii'sg estefl\. made:cer\a jri:recom mendalionb  t o 1 h e D t i in i h i o n Govern me n t re I aii ye: to'. I be  ���������construction, [.of,���������-; the ^Ruliway/which; recom���������  ni Mid 'alio lis; have been agreed .l^/and:qe^pic������d.  by the/ Do mi n ion /Govern men ty^Lhayejiol  received������the dispatches; cOnttuniogjythese  ;rf>G >mhiendafjnns^  anval they shall/wilh a report arid other  paiiers ori thev eit b.i**c.ti.--!s<* J a" ��������� fl :;b"'i*.ri>re y'oii /-//'iti' i  Von ove1 no d < ? n b t;. aw a re ;i li a t d 11 r i n g. 1 a si  se>������ioii j t;(* DiViiijit ion.. Pari 1 it men i'Xjftisse/d yan  ... ct a \\ I h oi isi ng j he. p ay men % to ��������� this P ro vi n ce*'  of a s i i in ivo I ex eeVf j i njt $ 2o 0.00 0 .to ai din ;t he  u ins'ii lie!ion >il tf!-Mj$jDock;at KsqiMirialt.y fit  j' gi atijy������ng/i6y jm//:f<>ybe:ab 1 e,io: staley��������� that  shice isist I hnd' tIie/pl?'Wsn i^.of iiieeti iig; you;  t;ie I m peria I Huthori tins ha ve agreed L'i'o : con/  Kilniit* tbeykim-of y������^  iMs work. :I^haJj ip consequence submit for  y<vu r a p pro vat; ?iyiii -'^'tlrtr fo; iuij.i5.rtnz?������ ?i he im-  in.Mliaie cousi;i:i������ciiMn;o'L:tms^imporiant work,;  Tiie correspondence^ putlie; subject, will *^e  J.iiiMiehd'e you-. -;'-: / /; '( -���������;*'- ; ������������������/���������'/.  Tbe ;|),i )l i cy c: o f. o pen in 7, up; the i ii te ri or of  the cooiiiiyih^theconHrdCtioh of I'osidshav  already ���������pro:dnt;ed,aood resulI. A huge ex  Hi I o f I an < i ���������/ f o rai e V*lv ti e ff fjiCied Arti mw^^jlf  nieans of 5icCe^������H������ iiovv eag^riy:soughlMarier  by ini eirding sell (ers./ The facilities of Oonr  . m't i ii i oa i iu ii ^no w p roVidart'" w il I ���������' en able/pro:  xlnceiw in a pnrtioa oi: ihe intei'ior;to ny*\l  i^m^etve^of;/^  hnve been :'hii heibv %u fVpli^d fyoni to reign;  gum ces. t pr<;purf. t hcrel ore. wilh your .con-;  sen I. locontinUo a: ooiicyySo^beiVefitnii;! to: the  co nil i ry;.; !*s e ye r y. off. > y jf- in' thi r di rec i ion fen #:  <o .'������ii.lvjVii-ce tbe bile rests oNour iaiihers> aud  Block raLsfrs. ,   '      X---: ".'������������������'.'/���������',  f  I'���������"' nx'tify ppy (I o; rbe^able- Xo ai al e) that our  njin^^dii/|i������g;vil)H past sensoiilvavepioyed not.  <������n Iy. <zi������aierat jy r>��������� iii iilif r������Ii.������ve b ii t:ni>i>re exfen-  wve iliHii was beioie.l������npwnj and I make no  doubt-yihatvyoir/wiil/gtyey^^  men 116 I lie in i-i ii^i41)^' I op nieu I of 's'  puirtanVh^aucli/pf ourjudt^iiies  (Japt. Howell reporfg that on the night of  the ,'IW broke shafi; and became disabled.  Tried to make saM, but the position of; lie  propeller made ft ^  set. Anchored in 8Q fathoms,^and at daylight  of :24th fon n d th em b el ves 15' mi les fro m bIj b re.  Liliamook Head iii^glH./JCa^  called for vo I u n teera to; accom p any li i in' i ii/a  s h i p 's bo a t ash o re, an d fo u r in en.; vo I ii ri lee red.  At/S o^cloeik left Ihe'steamet,:; ia'ndedlate^in  the afTernoon'; 12/ milea ibeiow, the seaside  hbuso./' Spent vail iiight, lolltwbiii^hill^^aiid  wahrlerjiig: tbroiigli; tho woods;: ���������'Reached  Gi al hop plains/a bou fc; uooii. t hence: S ken anon.,  whence mail barrier look- them.16 Astona, ar-  tlying; at V5 p:;m/ The; sleain tug Astoria/was  c ha lie red/ to' tow the Los An gei 6s to A'Storia^  ' La con aer, }\ arch 1 st^Tbe; p assengers a nd  rriaiIs of tbe 'steamer Los Ahge 16s ariiyed-at  8 -o'clock, this morning- per, sieahaer. North  Pacific yia Tucomi;'; ;'��������� ���������. -.-:; ���������"-;-" yrr ������������������������������������'��������� 2 yXyy ������������������  yi  y/./':/y;:>i;;v.^EUROPR,v'-U-. y2xXXfx:  '��������� L6ri(lon,,FebV 25���������Hal lion- inylhe Bank of  En gl ai i d h a s i n creased ������2.02-3. Th o' i) I'p p 6 r-  i io n of Oa n k rese i* v e to J lab i I it iea ��������� is '4 3 J.'. per  cent. .���������;   ''���������'���������      -      '.';��������� ���������   : Vy"y   -}.'..}��������� 2yX}!y.  Pa lis, 25 th���������The yspecie.. in the/Bank of  France increased 100 000 francs the.past week.  Paris': Feb. 2-i-^In the Assembly yeslerday  the clause of the Senatorial Dill relating; to  the; a p npi h tin en t of: fi vo Se n a to rs hyy liie';As-J  sembly- wastnot; finajly adopted. y^eLepiit^  UonseryaI ivo^LiberalJ moved' an amendineut  ihat these, meinbrnvbe elected horn a double  list of names^ presented by the President of  Ihe Ilepublic. / The;^lanse/wit:hatnenrlmeht������  was refer red to a coin m i ttee: f o v no usUTe rat j o n.  tyke Bo ha pa'dists'thvo ugh outythe proeecdings  in l. rod need liberal a mend men is with the hope  of (listi-a ci ing'the Left irom t he yGeh I res and  d e le a (i n g t he b i I h b u t th e coalition si o o d fi ��������� m!  and their -mot ions  weft rejected b'^overr  w helming ra 'jorities.   T he Bo nap -ir lists afc  cuse: members of the Left of abanduniiig tlie*r  principles and Tors iking thelnational sbv������-r.  eignty/ "As a desperate effort to1 defeat the  bill Ihey moyed; an amendm#it that it should  n ������������������t become law until reified*by;i,niyeival  suffcage/  Th������y declared if the-bUrwas; tlitis  rati tied tbey/ won 1 d subm i tlK.11 was11 he d aty  of the "L^ftyt hey said, to votX3rfortliis amendment if ihey really wished a. conlrol of the'  offices of :Stare^  -Eight rhillions of v6les could  only the -votes of the Bonaparlisls. The As  <embly final iyrpassecf < he;bi 11 for>orgahizal Ion  ofthe Se n ate - by a" vote of .44 S to 2 o I. y y, 'y.- ���������s  i: Londrin, 261h���������Ta' e 1 \i������ence: has been re  cei ved.here that the steamer Hong'-Knng: from  this' place for Japan/toniidei^d iu/tbe Indiain  ()eeu n, Eigh I een per30ns are repor ted saved.  'aIjc are kuowh iO'/liayo Jbeeii- clrownedj and  eighteen are missing.     //y y  this im*  Amon^si':oilierymeames, I shall request  you io afford a'fair idtowanceTor tbainsu ue-  tiuirorV>ur yoinhin oilier bi'^richesofeduca:  lion. au.d;.':r s i ' o provide inenns Ibr the exien-  s Ion o I i h e j * i>*>e (11. Boa r d i u g Sell oo I sy ai em.  ; The biti\$oi������\i**d fur ;the/ A$ylnm /for' the  in suae being ^ i: <'^y iher nrisu i! abley for the;  "j>ropt*r tlifuime'u'l of:������is inmates. 1/shall,asu.  y i h r io >i niv i c I e in n re fi i t,j u g a c co rn mo d aii o n.  TheyPublie Accoiriiis wiii:shortly be laid  \.elme^uM. aiid.^he; EsiimaU;s for the current  j ear are being prepared for J our ponsider/  alion.     '       y -"������������������ - ....       y ;. ���������  An Act for the purpose of consolidating  the several/English and Provincial ������lu tii les  relating to oitrOpuuly Courts/will .be sub-'  milted to you. \  'V "  I now lerfve you wilh feelings of confidence  that you have ('lie inieve*i$ of the country;at.  heart, and that you will be guided by a sense  of duty in all your deiibeiadoua.  fACClDENT TO THE MAIL STEAMER.  Victoria;Feb.1'2C���������Great anxiety is felt for  the sa I el v b l' th e m a i 1 si eam er Los A nge 1 ns,  which left; San Francisco, for Ihis poVt on j he  20 l.h w i I ft a large nu mber o f passe fleers. The  (lassie Telfair, just arrived from Portland,  reports peeing nothing of her below the Columbia bur and Cape, Flatiery. The Myrmidon left at aoofl lo day in search of ihe missing steamer. The wind has been blowing a  gale the wbMe oi" this week.  Kalama,. 26lh���������News, has just reached this  pluce bfy steamer from Astoria that the Los  An get es wa s 1 y i u g at LU I a tuo ok Head inn  disabled condition, having lost her propelior  white on the way up frotii San Francisco to  Vic I o r ia. A lug went I o b e r a ssistan ce 1 as I.  night and she will be brought to Astoria t��������� +  day. . She has over 100 passengers on board.  P'orlland, 27th���������the following in regard to  the accident: to the steamer Los Angeles was  received last night: ���������     /  *���������- -������3S������������:-*-  ; :Rumor������.--A: gentleman *who, wasy^ block>  adedV 6a .Lightning Greek for some two or^  threo/ days/!tbiai/week ihforrasyus that several  ru ni ors we re a float on thate reck/ on e. of w h i ch  is perhaps worthy of contradictiom The first  is, tha Feu r: sen i o r -, m emb er,.. M r - \Val ke m,. is.  about, to desert the-:constituency which lias  so long delighted to lion Or him, and nm- for  an Island constituency at the next general  electiony ��������� Riimor second isio the,:effect that;  Mr Hunter, M.P.P., is on his; way:to the Black  river country, and has deserted his post for  the purpose of embarrassing the Miaistry^  to who rn, a few. '4 kno wirig ones" imagine, bis  vote in the House is indispensable./ The  tli i r d rum o r is to the effect th at Mr B all lias  resigned his County./Court judgeship, has  been " eal led to the Bar,'? and will in future  devote bis atten,tion tp law and politics.: As  tar as Mr Walkem is concerned, there is little  danger of; that gentleman deserting Cariboo  aiid running for an Island constituency at. the  next general election.. The rumor, is without  fo u n d at io n, an d w as fi rst ci rod 1 a teil b y a Vi 0*  tort a newspap^c oytW lovia fur its 1 iet ng pro"  pensities.1 Wlien Mr Walkem desires to sever  his 16ng:connection with this district, his con.  stituents will be informed through more reliable sources than street gossips and dishonest newspapers. We should be much disappointed if there is any truth in the rumor  regarding" Me Hunter, as that gentleman has  hitherto'-'.shown a high,sense of duty in performing his legislative duties.   Of Mr Bait's  movements we know nothing, but it is not  likely that that gentleman would of his own  free will and volition resign his Judgeship to  The Dominion Capital:���������A writer in the  . Boston American Canadian~a Canadian with  an A merle an e d ii catio ii~l bus grandiloquently  describes.;, they cap! tal of the "poraio ion :-f-:  "Tliib beautifill/' city 13 strikingly: emblamaC  iea 1,,in situatio6:apd geherat, characteristics,  io f ������������������}. that m i gh ty Ne w Dom i n io n o f wii ich i t is  .tbo qhosen capital and/ representative/tow6'  A ccjronalled Diana emerging from; lhffifpre.pt  her; cmeenly /form erect and glowing ��������� with  you tli and free dom p before (her y heralding  her magnificent future, .a vast panorama rf  the^ my riitbi; habitat io p s>; th e fer ti le -rtp w nali jp's>,  ihe stupendous works with which/,lliefirresip.  tible onset 6fr civilisation 'is. trahbfiguring 'the  wilderness ; yon; /her /either hand /the/ cfedp tic;  e v ide nices of man's Cy cl o peaii struggte ,/w i th,  Nati j re 'a form id a b 1 e 6 b s ta cl es "���������; V behi n CU her  the illimitable,; mysterious woo'ds^-sombre;  and sighing;guardians alike of the lombvahdj  C ra d I e of nations; h ei* fo re most; sa n d al ki ssefr  by the' hurling wave 'of commerce/ her hind J  most hidden in the tu x u ri ant; ��������� foliage ; o f the.  wild i  whilst' blends in:'her earslhe; roar at  once of: enginery and water fall; , Such: is  Canada; Virgin Empire of^the North! such is  Ottawa, Sylvan City of her pride! V i\  The  writer of this does not coniplairr: that it was  iiis fortune-to first behold the future American  S UyPeters b ii rg h;���������the ��������� if o n n t Z \ on/p f h ii. co ud -  trihicri���������under the/lowering sky of snowy  December. i$6r, lie re, in i he. on lildHa. of', the.  p ri m e yal fo rest \ atno n jg J ill Is arid/val 1 ey s; tee rr -:  iner wiih inealcufabley wealths of limber^ oil  an d m i n aral .on th e b anks o fa rii j iihjcb re am  far gnincler 'th^n the^ Hudson or Potouiae.  p ou tin <? i Isi m meiise vo.' u me of .waters at t his  very sppi, in a cataract which, re echoed th  thunder of Niagara, at ihe heart of one of tue  most important of modern: artificial.; rivers, is  rapidly rising.a city destined; to be one/of the  most lamOtiS and  maghificeiit oh /this/ con  . ti n en fr���������a great 'centre of commerce an d lave  o f i n d ustry ~.th e p fo it d and' po wer f u I capital  of an iitip U; worthy ab have sprung ;ironi the  loins pf' Britain/  Hence,y6rain'eiifr as it is: in  features nojw and ever int r sting /as a mohu/  ine ntof' liii.ma 5' art;/or su b lime as^p h armm ena:  'Of"'ii4!tJJji""-''^^'"^'���������������������������'^���������'"^v''^"?'"'"���������������������������"'"���������*'.���������' -1...    ...  I -....     , ,:.r>.:.  rii tii re/ w i i h" wh ich i ts p as t and p r esea t a.b.o'i i n d,  lend fro Ottawa, in .-theteyes of the thoughtfulv<  it ai greatest attractipn.: //Naturally^ a/conVpari  sorf:with,;:vVashinfelcm:f the-riyal Angl6y^meri-  can capital, isoneof the first process6s/iu tha  iniuyJ :of.the traveller.   No:resident of ' the  IJiji^eil Sta les need fbe ash^med of the citadel  of his nation,'ah & it; possesses ah accumniatcjl  weal lh.i)0 th infel 1^5 ma I andy mater fair which  time-alon'i can bring.   But/the: youthful Ot  tawa of youthful Canada must, claim great  superiority ihygrandeur of/ siluatitm- andySiir;:  foundings, com^  possibilities. /Let him/ who 'has been charmed  by the. i m p osing C������rpi to I an d the b eauty ^o fi ts.  environSj stand for a^&ment on Suspension  Bridge, utider the awfuI curtain 6f Chaudiere  FallSyand mark, on the dne hand, that headlong tumble of mighty waters over the precipice, sending up with;fundus roar.a:drenchv  ing cloud-.of spriiyiyandyon/the/ptbe^  heaven-cleaving tune s and apir 8 of. the Dominion buildings, whose massive walls to wer  above the lofty bliuTi as i;t .ere juts out and.  overhangs the dark and' rushing river, impetuously surging on ward frotn|its giddy: leap,,  aiid then ask* tnirlself whether /Washington, ofc  any city of America can show so grand a  coup-d?03il? Or Ie t hi in wend his way amorig  the streets and a\ leys- of the- vast en camp me/nt  of lumber,-whose' interminable piles,?like. the  con ti h nous walls of warehouses and d wel I i ngsy  line ,'huniberless passage?.w;ays miles. in ester, t  and spread < ve';* thousands of a^res;/let:him  observe the myriad mills, rafts and,tugs/ the  millions of horse-power utilized,: or the biir  san ^iLANt)iscO'Liii;rTEa/  ���������yyyy..;'//' - sav :i?ai>^isco,,.MiNT./ 2. X}  :   This ibqiidingis:6no of tho'/orhanietits of  tho. city, and was opened 6a the 6th of November last/beingJtho.:cel6brat$d y jGriihpowder  Plot'' day of England/ It covers an area of'  217 leefrby IGOfeet & iocbes, ar^d costi? 1.500,.  000/ iess $30,000, surplus/pa'bancijlor socio.  i n te real fixi ngs sti 11 wauling.   Tko baisie men t-  walls arc bail t of gran ite/and/rp in that to''ijie;  roof being fine free stpiie frpm^Bntlsh Colum*  biaj ,;of'a 1 i^h t/ grjiijf:;color 'arid prettyv /ft:  would occupy too much of your, space *tO:  yjnterliiLp particujara  plans. Suffice it 16 say that-itis a credit to  the/coiinfry^i^fin indication'ipfc-tW mineral  wealth;bf tbe, various:states; which supply iti  gold and'silvQK . ~*u4 V ��������� " '' ��������� .L' '������'  V Our,:i ejgbbora claiin^tip/'havOj-frhelargest;  b u i I d i ngs, the most i m po'si n g \ in pu h tai ns, I h e  greatest rl ve rs;> and m ci st, ex le ns i ve.-, b rp ad -  Iaricls oti thefac^of tlie globedXThey could"  nation, as it is generally supposed that he is  absentfrom bis post without ieave.    .  lions running to waste,;''��������� let him think-of the.  gre'at resoiircefif of the undoveloped or fast  devel oping regions of which this is the centre,  aiid the conclusion is at once forced upon him.:  (hat Ottawa is to become %/nifetropolis: of  business as well as of politicsrEomething that  Waishingtpii ne.x'er;mm norXo&��������� w'vj������mu h,.y  The Road between Richfield and Van  Winkle has been badly blocked, this week,  although Wilmot succeeded in getting a  double sleigh through oa Thursday and Friday. The high wind pa Firlay night has  again filled up the road /With snow, and Wilmot left for VanWinkle this morning with a  single sleigb, thinking it impossible to get a  double one through at present.    /  Our- old' towiisc/ian, Mr Sanderson Pearcy,  has gone into the wholesale oil and color  business at, Toronto. The name of the firm is  Pearcy..& Stewart, and their biiBiness circular  states that their stock is not excelled and  rarely equalled by any such establishment in  aae Dominion^  iidd^ alsSS the; most-?' .effecti yeXy gas^pi pesy: in  iliitwprid;r;In ��������� tliis relation they boast"of:tbtf'  Mint beiiig'*��������� -ihe:' ���������finest bui I di ngiii tbo i wp.rld  nfed; for the; pat pose/.6f, Coinage; got up td,���������  {ar r:ss ofc >st:an'(lfQuiah/wilbfn X :   -Vr ' ��������� ;  / ^iUioutendorsihglh^ correctness: of thii-  slafceinent;! mu3t say:it is���������saying a great deti  hi}}a,:.c^nntry^yyh^Ve;' the; grealest/aim:.. of il-t  public,menisio dig their hands intioihe pu^y  licireasbry and vie with; each other;.who cau  ma ke: tlie b est fi jin 1; f������.' r/ pri y at e /iise./���������; I: feas > \  thi2 latter remark^6hf ihe^leslunony: of "IBeir*  o wn. 1 eadi og pnb I ic j o u r hals.���������: r ; ���������������������������  AH ,the roo ms iu;t he ,b.ui 1 di ng: are lof ty and.  well ventilated,and the yariouSvoQices baiid^  som������lyfjiinishe(l.' It-is well worth,-'tlie.while/  of any one gbjng down/to' San Francisco ;tb  sp e n d h al f an hour^f or tha t* is ab ou t tli e ti rhe  ;a I low;ed to general V isi tors--to see. the various i  p r o c esses o I mel l i n gi refi n i n g; rdl I i n g, c oi n i ng *:  &c.   The "pro po rtion" o f.-goId iu the c >i n: is ��������� at  the rate,pf���������nine parts gold: to. one of copper.  Th e i ngb Is,;. wh en ready/are pressed b eUveen  rollers and .brought do wii to a: s tri pyof. silver,  p"gold in theshape 6[a pieceyOfvthick^ hoop  iro ii. and/so ni cejyfr ol led to Hhe /p r' ope r; thick-  ness> that when' they are ��������� sent to the cutter.  puncli gun /wadding ft'opipaste bo ard, they ara;  found almost the exaclj.:weight yrp^w^Gcfcy InT/  theintetval iretweenyIhe various processes,^  ���������such..as/rolling-.an^.ciittih^; the ;metat hasjtoi  be, sent to the annealing furnafce for/the purpose, ybf softening; pxherwwe it would breaSy  into pieces.by,the/pressur6. Afiov tMe cutti'ag,y  both the gold and silver pieces have  to be-  sent to the ladies/ department to be ype/iglied^  each piece separately- and all found'snorfrof  weigli are return/ed/to be mmelted,fa^il !any  foundtoo heavy are filed on the ed^e^otho ,  proper w ei ������f h t,   I n this d ep ar. jm en fr thffo ar fr  some forty or fift f>males,T6: ne ^oringToffiera  of qne*i.iy ������ab i o age",   Special nertnis&ion; inusfr -  be obtained to view this departcienr^and,  by the j way, our frioudy W; NordbergTwho  accompaniedv me, was so transfixed that I  could scarcely get him away.   Vi i ors. ard  only allowed to stanl like sentries .at/the  door and feast theireyes on/the female beauty  and tern p thig. p i 1 ea 6 f gol d and ��������� si 1 ver with in.  S o me, o f you r b ach el or reltd e rs h ad .be t te r go  with' a well filled bagof gold in their bands  when they^visit this departraenfeaodv inducoy  one apiece of them to enter into aiif<e contra ct and fo.Hpw them to Cariboo.   Each lath -:  will adjust about five hundred pieceaof oither /  trade dollars or golden twenties per day.  This .process finished; they are sent to they  mil ling, raachiner which raises the^ed ges; only, a  a nd: tbey come out otherwise perfectly smooth < -  and. plain f, .then: they/ are,delivered to .the  {piner, and With one stroke of the press both  shiesv ore stamped aty once, ai well as they ".  rough edge.  T'be coin is (hen. complete, the  machine turning them out at the Val'6 of ^ty-  five trade dollars par minute with a pressure  Of vI/60 ionsy / anu .sixty pieces: of / go idea  twen ties per ��������� mi nu le,1 'w i tli. a 'p ressn re o f. 1 SO  .T> ;  ste; m engine of 120 horse' p^owsr, which  moves all- the machinery. I have no recoltec-  tion of ever- seeing ii sleam engine thatsur-  passed H ia excellence and beauty; there  was net the least perceptible vibration ia tho  room where it was working, sc perfect waro  Is motions. .Tue builders were 14. >o.th & Co.,  Saa-:Francisco.*- IU desiguer, IvLkS-ld, com-  milted suicide ahotU tho time the Mint was  opened *Iam told it h������s some principle ap-  niied to it that was 'epplied to tho Erst'steam  ������������100, but abandoned of late-years.  John  Evaks.  San Francieco. Feb. 4.  Barnard & Ca's ExraESS arrived at Ques.  nelmouth about 22 o'clock- last nigh*/ t> ���������������  left TauWlakls at 7 o'olocls. this CYcnio^  L. yy. ��������� y;,AS,mE^CH^A?EST.XX-Vy    i  &Tii^^  / foifo'mag: are the Bpundaries^of tbfe  Iiifid tt^obrilitig'DistricU lo tbe Trovloce��������� of  Driti������h:c6lu^bia:Jy/y^^  ���������T;fa^Land Re.cprdlog District of New jWest-  x  ^q^al^Bg^^^^^S^^^:  '.   ' .      . ���������'  kv'^^/t-^P^1^.^. ^.'-^  'ii^L-r  the SbuUiM^B ^bVPrbviiice, (the  *9tb:$arfttelof :^drth :^������tUude);to apbiut  ib oil 165 ndlia .-Eietij from tb* shore; of ?4 the  'Gulfpf <3eorgia> saio point be)Dg the South-.  Eastern corner pf Now Westmiaster Diatrictf  #rYd tbo Soiith-W&terh Mother of the/Tale  #ftrictf^^^  ^n^Weatjertf boundary fef/thes: Yale District)  fuabihg'North from the paid ^onthrpastoru  cqriiery^crp^^ug^^aiery Ri v*r; aboutvS miles  ^Oye the mojUhfof H  tJtvojtte'; of --atb^tit;-45. miles, and thence North-  "Wesfiiy Northtstfout 60 mi les; at an'rive rage  di������tarjoe^)f aboutW miIe8?I3ai8t/from the general vCoiirae/;pL the: Douglas Pprtage;. tp .the^  North-Eastern coi-ceryof said] Distridt, .which:  i^aisb/ib&N^^ Dis  trict ;<rOtf tfife North by aiino'(boing also the;  Sou tberh , boxi ndary \- \ h Cpart, , of /tbe LHl pftet  MRS 'prepared ;to furnish Lumber^:  their MIU  ./William Creek, or/del Ivor it to order./ '  -,/,,.   '    y-v.,1' -     l,".-   '   y     '      '     j.      ;���������'.--'   ~. ,,    ty     V ,���������������������������V        :   .  i'y->  : V/LUMBHR DELIYEtiED ON LIGHTNING  ^f'P  :   HavKKR i 'anlngglAacblco In operation'tbey w  '^jtltfO/rtrr^ish-;///��������� .^/���������ii^^/;./i:: j/yy'y'v / \}ry-,y:; y ���������  toralDiatrii?t, being alsptbe North-Last cor;  aec of ^e^^esimiustei^pistrict:; *erice tp\-  lowing^  of?the$a)e/X>^  point of commencement.     *; . < ��������� , - r    , - y. ���������  .       ,  y   ,       DIVISION).;     -'      v./     ���������      -2'  The .OsooyooB  Land Recording* District  dial! bo bounded oa.tbeSouth by the.4,9,1b  Parallel^ bommenbin^ata ;po)at/(^in#&te6  ; the South-East {corner/of the���������,It a)e Laitdf,8er  : cording Division); thence running jWeMv to  the^esteruiboundary bf iKootenayhR^tript:  iheticeyruiini^  'W&ter'n boundary to.-.the. South^KiH.corner  ofVm Kamlbop^tand fteoording, Diy ision:;  thence following, the Southern anoV Extern  boundftriea of sa'idJ.iand Recording Division,  to the South-We8ter������-'co?no^  lpo^Latid-Uecordin^'Divisio^I'plwjcd due.  South aWhgtl^  Repo/rdir^i Diyfelon t6: poio;������ ctf; oomrneace-  ment .���������;!  '������������������ ���������>.- " * ������������������" * " ������������������ ���������    ��������� .  t.  'llylL^  -.The Land Recording1 district. of; tilippet  ������ba)lha^  flUo^tlio^esterb ^ybbtindjaTy/vin^prf^pX-iAfi?  Kootenay District)' .cQtnmn.noiag .from, wp  -NorfrhiEastern corner:of; Yala Electoral Die-  tricfrV tbeaee following:a course parallel to.  the(:geo(*rai course;of tbn ColiVuibja,.������.!verandv  aboilt tea ��������� mills' Idistarit' tberefr6/nil ������0 mi\es>  V"/'^NOTICES.  of North LalUii.de,;: pni'ihe Eastl>y the if^  Merxdia n ^' %*eit": to ngit ii tie.| 6 n the K%;fii'  i)v^; ih������l' ^Oih, ParalleVj and:on the West by  Ala������Kft> a\ierr.U^ry ;iafi Jth* ���������IJuit|d ftattij i(  Ain6ri6a^' -"/"���������"���������^/y/--- ;���������'��������� "M- r-r/'.'5--*16y^- -. -;,;-^  ;���������;���������:��������� .���������,ry..j:.T, >,:./, ,.,,-robert/beavkn: :;.  .,:/,' /:;,^ief.;:Cominis������  Lands^Dd Works Office/ ,! ;'    y;     '  ��������� Victoria,MfXl8th/im.2;://;/ >'  m':  ^oinf aboufce^qutfdistaiit/fi*pm: either end,'niifl  ,tf)uchirig th^itrem^North'ern^in t of J or-  ^l������;inl'e:Hw^  corner of Cariboo/ District';' ou the.J^prth byj  ihe saidfBgd parallel (being,alsolbeSbuihcrn  ���������-.y,v:v-; --���������������������������:.'���������-���������-���������':��������� .-.'-'"...���������;..   ���������'--���������' ���������'���������������������������������������������,'y -fl-yy'- " ,; -���������:���������'    v.  - y yr"--*^^-  mid-cnannefor.\?ou ot, ueorgiaymenceyw  the centre of Safeine channel to t.he,bonndary  of Nanaii^io Lia;n5 S^owdin^Histrict^foll6^  log i^fpu|bvthp^ chunnei/io-a  y;r-:  A; SUPPLY OF HBWy  :yyy:yyyx2y-xy^  je2p "V '���������;'   ,/ Always on band.    ^  .EG TO Al?NOrj^CETIlXT'T0kYHAVE  _l   to thb spacious promises formerly known as. tbo  fit. 'George Saloon, wliere tbey will be atail^UinCB  prepArod to-farDfsh;-'-  BOABD    AND    MEALSJ  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.i  The   BAR 19 furnished with tbe finest W1NE8,  ���������jlQUORaandOIGARS:.   ^   '   .  oa  512'per Week,  Ji'TTfO  Meolij  II  z8%  tist rated  GOLD    PENS.    FANCY,   STATIONERY,  .        PERFUMERY, and'other fktasy./ :������  A large stock of  .gs.&:iPatent Medicines  .AT, TITfi  BARKERVILLE DRUG STQ Big.  ": SURVEYIHO-.'     ' .  '.pAlltlKB: INTTEN:DINa TO AVAIL  ������������������* tliemuMvos-of the new Mining Law and to put  ������bA������e their ground, can have tbe Survey of,tbe aame  *B& ^i*s made by Vkdri replug  -&;PEBBlHg?.//:/^  y-X.-22y2y-yy %*> **���������:.���������*;.deto'bratoli/-" t.Xtiyyx'..- ;;.,.,:-X-  1 'y���������/'���������*'���������'*= Declared by ConnbiBseurptohc'        ^^  -'w';:/ras;/pNLY./  ��������� C aii t io ti a g at ns i y r aud..-~T n e: s ii cctis of ijin  most; U til i'd i o ii a 'a n il; vi ii ri VHll e d Cniif i i ni ent bavins  ^ftused obrtat n ieale rttb apply- the n a hi t o f' ^hWk  terflhIro' Sanceh\ to,tlieJi* ow ir i nferior compoiimU, Un  pii b 110/1 ji li e re by i n form c'd I h dt t b * on I y way W iw.  cufotbe:genujneVi^ff':-//y.yv.y^.,^..;'/,/ ..' ./y .������������������  :J^/-yOR:;;Lii/:&  PS^Ei^S^ySiAiJCS:.  ah dtp see ��������� I hit jt be i r..t>fOii o sure, upon tlie wrai'pir I  LiLBKi^,8tphj*i:rv������n(i ^TTT-= 2: ���������..// . fyy-y.,,;.:.-": <;',' -"  , / So ni;e o 1 tii e fo feig rj;. mar ite t f )\ ay I ng be e.n sii pplird ,  wri tli i Rpufli>u 8 WorcesterEi|3 i reSauce, upo n tb o wrap...  per a.ntl la 1>M'e of wbicli tbe niimosi.6.f.L.e.a-and Povrit!.  have--been /forged i L:..^d/p5i:^lv(^nbticeil\kUh^|  havo f urn I sb nil thei re or r e spo n (I en U- ,w i t ij pnwer k  ai t or ri o y.. to: t a V ������ i n s tan t p rooc ed i n gV a pn i ns t M^f.  faot'o k kr p a in tf YHNiioa a Oi's u cli,' 'o r r hy bt.:,.i,cv i'liiils.  tioQe;by:wb/lc;ljiiiiiJ'rlgbirfv������r  ���������.;'-.'.������-,     *..L t'! i'.i ";. ' i    .".. i i ���������! ���������- "     Vi I 'i t" V>- '���������  -^ j jjilr^r-M^irr. ja-fm>> *'     '���������'. '' '.'  .....    ... ������'.   ..'.,-    : ............... .   .     . . yc.-c^*v.   y. i ^ . '._..- ^<   ..  .���������. t .������ ~^-.  ^ -j    .. ' /-   ���������  yvv: ..;*'lpS-fF-S||:^-:ll W$ '  i.y;.'y'r;j; M'^-y:v:;yi.:y'i:y"'v-\ii?.y  :As]o?or>iZt}EiJi-'^ ?-3j.RKIKS���������?"Sarie-i* ftnris������  ~.. - ptfigM^-w :,^,.i'?.^;evi^.'^-r^pp^'fe  J^KiiS^&SriSiSiv^w/7?6^:ia������lh^^^Nprlx>^^ie/fcti ^^i^^^'yXixyx^r  .fencejV1 Woolbri.dgef'f.r; & Gambler,' rt VK^ats,/  (Bow,en,?/^������a5ley/^Fophapj^ ^,^oolcSm'Ivel,-!  and * Paeeag%' aud V5^' -otfiftr sin'alLIelaadsvDct  OGumerated witbiii^aid boundaries.' ���������,:.. "  . The Yale-Liind Recordi������g. Division ftball  .b'o^bouhded^oo tbe/WAst by*.>a-.:I]D,0;commono-  ing on the- 4.9jJi Earfallet:(rj.f; N,ortb Latitude;  rJ5 inileB East from the G^ilf of Georgia, being  ���������also the SontbrEastern ;cqrner;of ^e^MeBt-  mmsteryLaiid yRecbfding; X>istrict,; thence  Northsabon t :45/nines/;; v then ce -/North / aboii:'{������������������  45 :mne^j i tbenceyNorth>W;eBt snboii fr: ������0/ rai lea  to), a! point Heinfe: the Norih^E^sterly; cor ber: of  N6wy We.Btmi h ster District; jihen ceyiBast abou t  : ST.. ni lips & i ��������� a pjOipt: n ear I tb jar jubcti on;:. o f;ih c  Irbbinpsou^nd Ni061 a:/Rivers;^^thencerin/a  So ii ih^EaBferly di recti 0 n ,��������� ru h nin g ; parall el; to  the/; seen erkl. co ii rse o f; th e N i e/ola^^Ri yMsy and.  d istari t ab 0 n t 7 m lies/ there fro ni ,.f or a '���������; ditstari c e  of abVsnt 35 \ mil 'end o'GoldWateriti ver; f thence  \ n 6 Sou th e riy> directi b n ai ong ./the trail: to a  p oiii t, 2i roi 1 ee :W:ast of P rl nee to n ; then ce' dii e  Southed/the;49tb/Para)lel/; Rbouty;36.yrni|es;  tb an ce'.-������i bug the said parall e 1 to/ the p oini'oi  com'aienc^ni'eiit; - - '.;���������:������... 2y :���������:. 2.  iy.  ���������DISTRICT  OF 'X^LE (KAMLOOra  ���������  :,,\y:y':'../:;/Di7isioNK;.-;::. ^xxyX^  TheyKamloops Land -Recording Division  fdiall be bounded on the South by aiine commencing at a point 2 miles West of Princeton,  running due East to the South point of Okan-  ..^w-x.^.:^aumXo_Atv the East by a line  rnnnlog Northward, and folibwing the TD������Bt-  :errj shore of/..-Okanagan Lake to its-bead ;  .thence.due North.to Kound Lake ; tbenco on  the Ronih by a lib* running due: East to the  Eastern boundary of Yal������.Electoral Difltrict,  being also the Western boundary cf Kooto-  nay District; thence following the Western  boundary of Kootenay District, to tho North;  East corner of Yale Electorol Dlatriet; thence  oa the North by the Southern boundary, in  part of Lillooet District, running West from  ihe Said last named -'corner., and passion about  three miles Nsrth of P*vmonr, to n distance  ot about 20 miles ; these * in a direct line  about 65 milea, to a ^.oint on the North  Thompson flwer (Sferidian Bend) about 16  miles North of Kara loops; thonce :n a direct  line about 15 miles North of Kamloons-  thence, in a direct line about 50 lines to the  jJHmiiopost'ori iha wa^au road from Yale to     '^ '     DISTRICT OF CASSIAR"  be bmv&& m t^lk&QjJtflbt mm parallel  j*aid Mercian iutorsscta ihe Northern henpy  \^p}ofy$eWt2$W  Northern ^slremity of Jevyis Ihlot;> on. the)  Bo'uth-i^  ^*^*iiiatex;^ 1)1$trict. ,4o  t bs/ North/Ea&terh  corner /of ,ga 1 tit "iyp|T������^B*;^^^*������^i^^^v.i������.;riiaa  North-western co v ii ori of Yal e vE\ec toral Di &  trict) "aud thence by tbo;Nonhem boundary,  rbefore; described,;: of f said. Yal e( Electoral $}\v*  trict, tojheSouth;-gas?tern/ corner-ofyia\d :Lil-  lopet.'-^District, ^bich js.alf 0/tbo. N^r^Easieruf  corner of Yale Elect oral;DiBfricti   '     ?  / / .- * DISTklOT OF 'KOOTENAt; ;;';,:; [ *  V TheyLapd Recnniiqg Dj.at.rict pf -Ivontepaj  shall bet bounded on the W/ppt(byythe before  d escrtb ed Eas ter 11 b ou rid ar i es 0 f Ya i e: El eo;  tor.af^ tie Nortlu  Easternycoru^rof?-Iii\\otietVDistrict whichig  al so; the -iSow ih -Easter n :'k 6r"n eiv 6 f Ga ri jtvio Di 9 -  trict, apd: thenceyby aVdnoy^heing, alsojtbe  South-Eastern boundary of Cariboo pis tri ct)  foil owl ng tfj e. ge rieral" cou rs e of ihe Col n tdbia.j  River, and/distant^from itabdnt lO-milesv-for  a ���������'further tifahiOM} ofr alrbut- 50 oiJH>a, ipyfey  poirtt on^the J. 1 Sth/Moridian,:about; 15. mil^a  ts.o 1 th���������EftBt /o f. the. Boat..En.camp men'!, / and  thence byia4 1 lBtb ^erldiah (being ako the  Eaat^rui-\bo^'ii"daT^j.i.h'-f1^a,rtJ.",W Can boo ^ District v to the 'aiinimiwot the Uocky Monnto!n���������������  ibe/Eaateru boundary; of: the / l?r.oyinqe.;;/ on  the Eas t b y the said .-.Eastern b 6 u ndory 9 f; tb e j  province;; Jand/on" the' Sou tli. b y 'the' 43 th  Parallel, the Sc'uttiera bbundftfy'of the'Pro-  ..ViUC*./'y;. ���������'������������������/::y/:-y  :; ;,:   --Xi .yy-ylyXy ?;  ���������XXyy.-DIL'TRIOT OF OitSlBOO/ liy r.:^  Th 0' Lan d Iteco rd ing Dia tri ct '0 f ��������� Garlb'06  fib all: b e; .��������� b on n de d o n. tb 9 :V{ ^ I hy. t he. 124 th  Meridian, which ia also tht Eastern boiiridary  of.the OoaBt District; on tlie South by the  52d Parallel, which ia also the Northern boundary of Lillooet District; on'the South^aet  ,by tfaebetore deacribed boundary, in part, of  Kootenay-Dis trict; on the East by the 118tb  Meridian of West .Longtitmie (being also the  Wositttrn.boundary, in part, of Kootenay Difltrict) to the guuiiijit, c>f tho Rocky &CountainB  and tbenco Northward by tbe summit of the  Rocky Mountains, and by tli a. 120 th iMeridian  o f Wes t L on g ti tu rl ^, thb EaB tern b ou n d ar viof  the Province;; and on the North by the 60th  Parallel of North;Latitude, 4the- Northern  boundary of the Province.  DISTRICT.OP OMINECA.  The Land Itecnrrlim? .District of O  T B"I V A T B/B I,L,LS. >.'���������  ,..'���������". X.'hb    yXi   y  ,..,; '.   .y./'y,    }yry, ,.', y}     -  /:. y ,,All ^ppiic^Uons for Private Bills, pr? pfrfyiht  ;tu bj f c.Vof ; I eg is I a tion bv t fi e; ti ,;gj slfu1 ve a My m hi; i  ^ritlahC^u'mbiti/witlifrV th> pnrvicw or^fhtDruiili  tH������ jjran^in/g of a. rjtjht of F^rry t Lhb Frfe������������rji< r 1 ii 4'  knVy|^rttciyiartra^ev6?* catllnS: ^tv^/fyauy .h.jnl Hi:/���������/  :ConipKty.yjir iHb^rivif?e Tor ^ran tine io any ni.riivivjif  or. in������ii.ViiUua)������ a������y'��������� i'&$nz 1 %'o:������������r pV^.n 1 isryrigi 1 ts:<������r iini:  Jicge^yv^hateyer., or..forj-doin'sr./nny; mtiuyr r#r 'l^j:  w-li ich > n Ira 0 p<j ra lion won Ida flf c t"' the ri $: li t iir ������r ������-  ort y: of otVi e.rpwii es/or relate/ toinn y pu rtibu 'l������' cl ji  of'tb'ij- com m u uity; or ;for rii a k lug a ny arn k-ix<\ m f-n t .i 1:  :Uke-natu.rj3|tt>;ariy forraery^ci. -f halt require,, a. Nc'i*v  cioflrl y a nd. d isii n c'tly spe ci fy ing th c n at u re ;ui tl ity$\  of,. Liie, appIicaiion,, to b c pu 1>Iishetl as foliov\ Viz;: .-  12 A* Notice luper t'otl'; j 6 tli e Bri ti sh/ Golu m Hi a Gi-z-jifv  a ti <1 i n op 0 v n etvsp-*p*; r publish ct}} \ n/ tb e ������1 i������sric-i V-  I'ejBted, cr if there be.no ne.vvspapor;p������(ilisbed..thvryiii,;  .ib^njAfi pflws,pop'vr in the. next ti en r j.*a t; (J.i s t n ci my  which/ a newspaper iH nubJtsbed.    ���������/./ : \ 2..'/'"'  ���������' /!.:j  ; Sac h/not i co 8h Al 1, tio- con tl ri no 0: ? n c'ar.li ;cas* '��������� f  rji period of n. 1. ]oa������v Rix -weeks. 4ur!riK-- tbo; intf/rva! &|  ti m0 betwoe n tb e: r.lmso o,f: ttip jiox t, procfi*})ng,?vfJiw  .and i b 0 conRj.j era tion of tho pciU ion: . // : / ! ���������'���������/  Bettjris :&ny Peri tion: pmyiiig f������>r 1 **'nv^ to I;tto(;  i ti. a. Pr i va to B i 11 for the: htcttUm* of ft Tolls Bri* -gs!(.  prcseated to/ th������;Hoiaso,: th0 person:or persons iintm^  ingjto petition for mich nill'Blian, up*m piring.i!]?15.fl:;  , 11 c a pr.ftf crl yie<l i n the p r ccc<|i n p K u 1 e, ill so. a t llw 'ipA  time, aim'iii thossme jijaiinsr/.^ive not ice of tii*1 N'!  w! j ich they i n to n cl -to ask, th 0 ex ten l5 0/ "> t h 0 pri vikK',  'tboJJeIjrhtyof. tlio';arcLOs^ }ih0. IntiirviUy: betwwfc H>*  abntrjoent^orjpiers for,the |m.^ftiSJ9"^'inift������.Q:rTM!i^  an j. rnoiiOon I ng also ,w hoi hor th ey in ton <! to creel *.;  ''driwbrVii'go or; u 61)iind . ittV'.1 irrieiisfdhs of tho sfttf<V.  -; ^-y----vKv i.y.-   ?     'J. ROWLAND RETT, ���������  ; JU4  .     t;.;      . Clerk/of tho.Logis'lativeAeBcmtit;  ���������\TOTiq-R rIS   EEBEBY  11    on tu 1 alter tho  GIVEN. THAT  ��������� ;FIftgT;DAT O? NOYEMBER NEITr  all riaima in tlto Cariboo PtMrtct mavbo lal-1 ojff  until tbo.20'.h'May, 1S75, suhjilct'to tii'o 9lli"Sc^s*  of tho Gold Siloing Amendment Act. 3������T2t .  ".'-/  ���������   H.yM. UAlii,  r. "��������� Gotd'CoinmiSMfiii^. .  - Rich Hold. 7th October. 1874. ���������'���������'������������������'���������'   ocW :  O"  SSJ  Went by the 127th Meridian :of' East Lonjri  tude.  PU.^.  tt I^A^lRl^r f rbe ������mi Wc^ cwror of -te i*2 We Oft!  ^  Charge  or unuefj  IJROK THIS DATE THK ASSAY  *.    for tots of Gold Dust of Fifteen Ouucus  REDUCED TO TWO DOLLARS,  ajitlfor-:   - ../ -.  MINERAL ASSAYS TO. FIVE DOttABS  tbo latter payable in adVancc.  $$th August, 1ST4j    -'  * Hnc������������!CKm  sy  ������&!V;"V\ivi;

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