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Sft������ Fran'cisco  ^Sireet,     ���������      -      ��������� ���������* 80Cornhm,-I/ndonf fcO.-  ':    -THIS .CARIBOO SENTINEL  his:iritellect :^ith4 ^S^^^^^:^^  form!' He; appealed frohiithe. decision" oft the  cbair tkatihehon. Attbiraey-Oener^/waf Jn,  ''order;    *l. ��������� -  *���������*'.      -' /' r   j"  '*'! '"/"/���������  ':'i Tlie'cbairy./TOs sustained. , j''; t .^ y\; /,;yy  Honr MfMcCreight proceeded to- say that^  tbe false telegram, calling /on^Caribopite^/to  put, up Bx.candidate, "win or Jose,?^justjfied  him iii takmg;a^  theelectors know, the .tnie;sta't^"pf tbe-case/  y'^  lpwfd |o;|ep)y{tie vwiild/pui oigIiiB#^ahcL  leavb the House.   (,  /TheSpeaker-~^:ou can't reply, y   <y r    ���������  Mr -' Mari "and Mr iiooson" hoped thei rule,  wbtild'fe^iaxedsoas;t^allowth&em6ei\  -y v.-i* -k -,y ���������- v -y , ; y-y-..yu ,v -,> v ?-;������������������>--��������� . -,yyy--  for JiiHboet to/speak.      /       //. /       v       ���������  s Mr :Hnmplirevn claimed the rightto,^ reply,;  s,?     ..->-j-.������-w'������������������V1' v> *": --^ *y-   *<^y>y- ���������..-������. ."V ���������:y,'yi,M'*  'aa improper motives had /been imputed to  Sin*.':  Mr Humphreys called to order. /  . Mr WalKem-^you're afraid of it.  : MryHiim|ihrey8TrNo^.nor of,you i.either.  [Confusion^ i5"v' ; y ^k ���������}}<*} --?X f'- M'j*  t Order wai finally -restored/and the Question  ",:���������'. ;���������''������������������'   _y. -��������� '���������'*'.,    vy/y>'' "v     ������.j/'-vVj' '"'���������'"���������<���������?>;��������� .���������"���������*'r.1'y.;  dropped there.: ���������/ y /// ./;_,../:,. ., -,\-vyX yy  !    *  ���������������������������''��������������������������� y.y '���������"/'������������������ -���������*���������t^'j'? j -cm- - ���������/ / ''���������}���������' '*'';.,  Now is- Your/ TrMB^-fSoMBTHroa.JNbw;^.'.  Thef^lrat fal^ft teeth?ever;8etyin';YulfefimiMin  Pari boo can be; seen in;tfe::Dentist^wiiiSbwvi  Bark:erville,r it is;the;latest style;pfr wearing  fals^t^ethi and is very easy aftdfcomfortable,  aitd^ i^ ichea^tlmt^i  all.y Parties qaiK nqjvybe accommodated^in/  ail: branches, of. Dentistjy^pp'to/thelOth^ay,  bf/'Aprir^ne'xt;, at Victoria4prices. vThen,!  good-bye^old Cariboos ��������� ���������'������������������;���������-' '��������� ,- -  ������Alf^persons itldfebted'wiUypIease{8ettIe XheiiSj  accounts at once to save costs, and. any one.  having/bills   against'- the ,underfed  will  HOTELS, EE^TATOANtgy&c.',   **!    ���������������������������������������������������������������   ' -M-LiJfl  ''  y������ vyy.  yy: y'  - .Xy-yi-"-} Hyyyyv^yy. y?~y':yyyX;.. \y- X   :  f //' V ' X -. "y  :   -,! i,v''- i^ :��������� 1.1 .r.^ift  .__ JJ-B-'B:-Af-H---������.R?Y������-^p  ���������''yff'v:;?;?'y;*������������������/'y:l:y'--;yy:('tyc->./i;-1:/; y'yyU:''y;��������� ;iK/y?;</^.:;<:^��������� ^y;���������.;  -^/^v^y'/:/^;^!:^://  J:������is'&1 way^isispplled .with 'the best ef everythlig - j  .thatxan be.pr^ured laCarlbop/    . _       y    _ ^  WllilSillJIi  li  in  2  X  2mm  y v s.?j  .v    ..y.- .-���������������������������������;  ���������'���������^yyyyyvf  y.y.iV .'���������'./yyy.yy.yi  ;.:vyv:y!  i^'lr^ri-  CaMs. Circular^ Poeterp and Programmes to  Balls add^heateical.BnterJamments  y 2XXy yyyy yyyyyiXyyyXy  7)r^Ash|recadlfrpmilhe Bribery JAct tp;/fihow  that any person offering /ny"'"    ~ "      ;     '  aii elector to vote or refrain  liable to a fine of $500 an dy imprison men  ^ Heyasked/it the ^  f ielidin!^ ������oS rendered biui  8elfi!iabl^tb3the penalty/ .[Laughter/]; , ,//  /Mr McGreigbt h^re Baid; the telegram wa/s  authorised by him^; , / ��������� ^ ,  having -J>,iUa  against   the,nn(derss.igned will    , _     ^       ,  pleast hand them in for payment:.- -. r.,,    ; ���������,     ; L-U . *      '   /   ;  " .  t;r;;y;r..y/vy./yy .,;..;:D  -   v-,y. ;;y.; Vy..t.:���������-;���������:-.;. i-y.yyyyyy.-^yy y^.y,,yy.;;..������,:n-yy.yy^"y^. < .yyy' yy  ' T;TrtiJTVTVfi: i^tPTiRss^Mr  Harrv���������*' roimot^  yyyy  y2X:  ,y y ������,..-k *,.. vy a?' y      y.  Terms moderate* v  .^^^'^../HyT vf ^#;4.y ���������**-'���������:; ?X  v%*&  \ /Mr'Humphreys, availing himseli of the consent 61 the House; proceeded to reply to the  hon; Attorney General, who he sajd^h^d j).een  guiUy^f an offeri'celalmost uriparalleled.   He  ��������� ���������-' yp^['%:gw.&%������������������}-}&��������� y ^ 'fy f'^y-  -tFr^mytlieScten^OL^sT.]^ /t. :  x *,   x ^jctoeta, -Monday^M-arcb^ 1 S.72. #  -��������� "yy - X jxn yy. "-xy %$������������������ ' &u- ^x#^ > ������������������* ^.x-  .   l y.yy, y,y ...j: .m PBR80NAL.& * .*. =U. &. v**..w *\,/y  Mr Humphreys asked the hon. Attorney  General the following question :���������Whether  the teje^ram published in,the?Cariboo:Sejt  : tism^t Ml*W"'-FabT&Bli^^87^Sj-autheiiilQ*  and of wl������cb tbeioUowin^ is aicopy^ (' The  Premtera)itlibwze?J Mr Walfenif:-to.state to hia  constitiieijtfl that, at.Mr Walkem's instance,  measures fbr the abolition of ihe Road Tolls,  ind ^Mr .C^alkW^S6Din|r $JfilS* reducing  charg^Hon records and leaye vol absence, as  prepared in Cariboo, will lie^rowgbt in as  Ministerial measures^. Extra grant to Hos.  pital; appropriations fbr/Qmineca, Lowhee.  'tp the Wiili^ Creek fire Brigade; will tie  placed oii th^&iimates ;������alsol that the;con-;  fitrncty>n^pf;a;bridge.W j>?3|?-'  13U86^<^&  bere.^' ;MrHttiiipljreyi  by ihe-Rules ^  ;������^ni^n or making re^  ������ter seconded. VVyr-V  ; Hon. Mr McCrefght said be was called upon  for a personalexpinnatibn and' he would gire  It. Thfe matters referred to^tbetelegram  were debated by himself and colieaffnes before the. appointment of the Chief Com mis-  ��������� fiibjser, and von/the arrival of:-thafc gentleman  1 tbey were decided oh;   Soon he Lfbund out  that false telegrams had been sent to Cariboo.  Mr Humphreys calledvtb order.   The hon.  ? gentleman was debarredfrora?>deijating,.   ���������*;  The Speaker, decided that Mr.-McCrefght  ��������� was in order.^ >y-y     ��������� x: X  <���������'-, Hon. Mr/McCreight eontiDuedl^Tbat he  : found that falsehoods had been sent to Cari.  boo for the purpose of bringing out another  candidate���������not to defeat Mr Walkem. but to  Tender his seat vacant during the session and  ;:thus disfranchise Cariboo.   This abuse of the  Mr Humphreys said if the hon. Attorney  , 'General went on ip.tbis .way,he,;would claim  ��������� ih������ right tb raj^1y^'j^.#i*%nifi4; to mefieffre  trated ^by the hon.. Attorney General in offer?  itfg'lbribe of $500 to the William Creek.Fire  Brigade;-VilWas it not abribetotheplectorsto  offer the femdval of. the;.RbadsTolls> ���������The act  was destitute of all: honor, honesty, and manhood in connection with ; th'e: Government.  There/^s^orfi������^in  grant, io destructive of liberty.   [Laughter.]  ^fh^nrAttorne^ General stop/fl up; in the  HoU?e; and after;a^matt.dlin^.jistatement, ack-  nowIedged that he^sitio:^  egram. 2He [Mr Humphreys] .blu.shed;/f;pr  bim. for he [the ��������� Altorney/General]; did hot  appear ca^abie^f{b^^iniC^^'JIlP3?^^.;t4  laugb:^ He was:-'pfiopiniohyUiatltbereiw^  ������bme .brpwi^on which shame, .would/ npty sit.  [Hear!] --The so-.callededncate^  not lit to;govern the conntry-ronly |he:work-  i h^ci asses we re; an d he regre tted that. GOR  should ha ve;permitt^d _ su ch/; ay stamen t;J as  that of tile Attorney-^  [Criis of " bia^beniyi,l"  was done. ���������   ���������/   *.. /   ���������   /d/'     :V < ,  Hon Mr_MqpreijgKti'rqsjB-to; reply- /He said;  that in sending the. telegram^ the; M  made a statement of ifo policy, nothing more.  If hon. members considered that he had been  guilty of bribery, a very simple"course for  'them to adbp t would-be to get him indicted  under the section and make $500 by the open  ation if he were convicted; [A laugh.] He  might also be locked up���������he supposed the  Opposition would not object to seeing him  locked up���������for six months. r [Labgtiter.]  When a telegram was sent to deceive the electors of Cariboo by a deliberate falsehood, it  could not be explauied except by a statement  of the truth, the whole.truth, and nothing but  the truth.   [Cheers.] :  Pr. Ash said he had referred to the matter  entirely on pub lie ���������grounds, and because the  honor of the House was involved. If the hon.  member for Lillooet had been; misinformed  [laughter]���������well if lie had sent wrong information, two wrongs did nobmake/a right  The Attorney-General had used the power of  the Government to secure, the return ;of a  member of the (rpvernment.  #r Walk^m roa* io apeak.  ��������� *J������ |v ^ywgi' * y f*WJ.: "ft'". * -.Tv-?3"6r   * :��������� *"'       ." " ���������- ���������->. -y.  Express'''Fr������ight3from vB&rk������rviile-,a-hd'Rion--  ffeld'Sn' William Creek' to;>yaWibkle^nd,  Sianley-'fttf Lightuin^Cre;ek:'an'd?fhack;;leay;  Infethef first mentioned places at,*.6i--a.m. and  the'latterat 21 'p.m. tti WHmbt^hbpes^f  Wtairino-y'rexroikr ��������� trins. r^harffirffi:���������; >���������' moderate1  ���������,v yy  I i i  ^ISCELL^NE0I?s;,'.;  \jy.y\,r ;.iy-i Vii  WXySil^XS^^VyXm  For,hoilting fnun^lning Shafts, ������>ndpIndines^ Ferry  Hopes,''(jfiiy Bbpc8,y)for trunMiUing/^oyer..ct;C, c^, ,,  '. l MA^UFACJtJBED'orANV.L'ENGTH  "^rire; itlope -is; much Cheapen, Lighter, -and  '' -m6W;X>urabie/-l������au an^,othef;:kind;pf  'Bbpe."  Hallidie's  Endless  ���������y.t.\.  ;>/y : (Wire; Tram way j/;',:.  -; ''latent, Grrip ������$&$, y /  For < trunsmitting; pow>r, .and- by^hiph; the roge is  Uninjiirocl andcannot slip. v , , ;,-, ,y, . - j. y  \ /:    V; ���������;' 4������";SEN^;;FOR: CIRCBLAR3.1   .. / y'   .  ';.. Agency .of the.;,. *    ..������ ��������� ������������������������ -  m . ��������� ���������: .,.. , -. ^ ���������.   .  ���������:    .. V     .',PACIFIC,      ,   .  WIRE  &\Wi f R. MANUF'Q   CO.  '.������������������.���������._���������/.���������'���������.'��������� ��������� (OF CAHFOBKIAsj; '/> r /��������� ; y  AU kinds and siisea; of;; Wire.constantly on hand and  .manufactured to order..     v     ���������   ������    .. ;��������� - . ���������   ��������� *���������   ��������� ���������  ���������       ;    ,   AVS., HALLIDIE,  di*108w ������������������-   MSFfWrt;Si'ir������iiai Fr������������iw...<W\i������m^f  .���������.."--.-.      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'fjtjiTy<-< i   yyx:yyy. \ yy ���������;���������, :jyC:j^OODSOH  ������-'    ���������  >_��������� xyyyyy-)   ,.,,<.. .y,y   iZ-i^yy y.'.!--':}'iy;2'i''---t-'y^'\yyyTi ".:  ]JVn,       I     '1'  ���������   2      ' X   ��������� ,    >       >'     *     '     r   ' >..'3   ,-  '^���������'Ah'^yyyy.ijy^  U '0X2 i/y yy, Xyxyy &X222XyXXX2}VXX2y ]02yyXX2' y  lV ���������        / r   xyyyyyy xxyx    ,y. - 2V0y  ''\y$������������������kS:^  yyyiyyyxvxxxxxxxxyxyy  'rtEGTOANNpTOCEyHATTHkT^  fl5 * to the*spacious^prcmises:njrmQrlyknowni|w jthet  St.  George; Saloon, where ^e^-^iU he;at all tlwea,:  prepared to furnish K <    }  "r    ",        '   ' ' rx,   ;i  IkoX^hy A N Dt^MjB AiL,8 ��������� 2y  i The^BAR/^ furnishedt^ith ^hc/finestlWtltH*  LIQUORS and .CIGARS, y - . k- ���������   ; y -      ,;   ��������� n ��������� - .   ���������  ., ;..���������..., ���������������������������.... ..y;  iyyyi (���������;,'���������--.���������. yi yy, ���������<.���������.   ..y -.yyyy.  ������������������;��������� : w -���������-���������-' '������-.V:;-.' yy.y.  ���������:y.:'ii  22  ������������������m  --,. :��������� XXXyy,  ���������i, ���������..    '.. .y- ^ yy  ::yyy-yy yyyyi  -..!��������� ��������� v������������������-���������������������������'��������� ���������'������������������-yy  yyy-yyyyyM  x ' yv' -yyrfi  yyyyyXyyXXy*  22} yyXXXy  yyyyyyyym  yyyyyyyyyyi  yy yyy-yyyy  yy ������������������;��������� .���������y.yyyss  :y..,.y''.yy.yy; y  yy;y yyyy yyy  I y  yy.  '������������������!���������-<:;?*.-������������������-. ���������"������������������'���������-:    } ,2M   y">  \-,l;.;:0.  .y;r  ���������yy,'  ''yvx. v2h''yJ^i?^jliTXy,'lll  ARE prepared, to furnish Lumber at their Mills,  WilHaw Creek, or deliver.it to order.;;  LUMBER DELIVEliED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK AT THE SAME RATES AS ON  WILLIAM CREEK.:  Having a.Planing' Machlna in operation they jwill  also furnish.  DBESSED LUMBER  . --.f ������v.:  tiiiM  ftOBERTSON  'mtftZjilt??'  yyy  ���������;> ' yyyyj-fiXt  ^W'ttiitititic&VK  .... _, J  ���������.'yy. ;.'t������  ������������������ v "-&.  xxS  yy.-vvti  y ������������������������  vi  ...  ���������r,,.,3*  '.-.'������������������.:. ^ ������?'  y':yp;  - ��������� ;���������#  --���������-' ���������."'*;  y;i  .��������� I  ���������y  ���������':  'I  ��������� J  /I  ��������� ti jf  ��������� ;;v  v  AT STANLfe v;. LIGHTNING CRBBm  - .-       ' ��������� ���������      .    ��������� .   ...   ..i ������������������'v .ii '���������.'������������������"���������)������������������''���������'.y.1*  The Table will always be supplied wjlb the be*  articles ttfat can be got in Cariboo, and the Bar mm  thou- vfy ��������� -ty   *��������� ���������' - ������������������   ���������        /     '���������''���������'   ';''   :;-''   ���������  yV  and Cigars.  Btaalep (Mouth LastCbanne Greek,) fc  A'arff-Si, 1W1. I ���������  IS AT HIS OLD STAND, AT  "    ���������' nATEb,;: -tea ' Satisfaetion'irnwntesfij t^rt .������������ ^T'  torn-    L?.^,CT^wmw,ii:M.^   --.��������� A VfAff-W-"-  I  I.  ata. i$$$ii������  &MW-yX  y'yiivMg.y������;y;;y-,-   i-v>  hoSs  fflyCAMOOS  ���������/^/'Mi^^  ���������������������������'���������"-'       i.        y        _ yli      -        _ i_ v:  , ,-     ty   %y-yXy yy   y i    ,  -yv  ;fyi  |THE|ESTIluM3?BS  "-J.'.W  : T^-Wflma^d>wr>t;iiditri?& flefte^r^vlnfee  ./������f ^British'. OoKitBliB;:;te':,t!i������::' CTirreiHyyasr  ^iahroyn^ vaccordm^  llsbed in. fheTictpriaXJoloniat of the Gtliinsfc.  **������ ihesumof "M * ������,548It -.every item Sf.^Iryb  'm^^berai/o1^1w,������e^^li^u) ^ I i Parliament as-  ^^^IM'^^^^& 11" $%> %fl'^%Fs  ^fi^r^^ia^������t^^^^unj)i ^puj* listed Jn the  ���������y local journals-������1 tlie frequent'bickeringe and  -pera^  iowards eacK oIber in4h^firsfc^paVt5������f>the HtS-  ������i 6 n, to fa a r k the u n a n i mi ly arid, gbo d, /eeli 11 ������  ���������,, Tf}ii ch ���������'j|������' fSu iPyj������3ge fyth^ b af e dftp I ay e d  towards each other .in the apportionment of  **he-expehditnj������   of the/prublte moneys. ' Not  ��������� y-������t������ J|rt*ajs 'sir. Lie ^  s *>3ti:yt'8atisfM^ * fiscal:  / in ea s a re  i s - a d op {e*d ' f n 11 a' i n tegrl ty:' /Wii a t  * I������ annonyj yhf fc wonderf u 1 cobcorfB-  tji;$������i������ns^  ;:;jhgej������^i;to  ;''1'bd^TOr;readerV  "*on'tfi^subjeoi. ��������� The'mandates of that jrreat  ^olitioal-power, Retreriehuie'ntt hav* noi bad  ',^m6n1in^u,enceElo^h4t>f������������i Ml "House -or-the  '���������Goyernment in the concocting ; or ...passage/' of  vhn ������iv*HDia^������ TW Heacte of f������ap ^nsuTn in  Hbe Ministry:have disannexedisome^$300 from  /thtfr^ow^-salanes '���������* andKwItu^he;excepUon of  charming:  ��������� A careful pi  allowed may by smnesbe considered relatively,  disproportioned tfcytbe objects in .view,. The  total amount allo<we4|t*>r roads and- tlvelr re-  :p;^ir ja'^.14| $$&X-& y!|f ffe eura :^iany^t!y8������^  t^n*t>ifiit^)ili lay wiI^ijjncceed in ffleWfopiqgi  even in a; limited way the great an J /imost  i ink n o w u ren twlrpef 1 > f :%;t h is -0011 irtfy -������< y' ?ha 11  ���������f^J aajti^d ^\tb 'ftsfiy/eRuH. Ytey &m;a\&o.  liappy-'to see ^hat'l-he a>11awanca tdibe Hoa-  pitallnis feeen^ in creased/to J$4000. and thnt  v jBef h! ins ti tn tion, the 'Assay tOffie?, will stl II  remain amongsts ns.'- -FiverDepartments> ge^  $i8������H, X'-wliich <mr Barkerviil-e friends will  we suppose obtain their share. On-the whole/  we are' not -aware .tbat wp hme :ra������ch,occasion  t<* gmmihle. "This seciion.of-coiintry trppears  to have been11/iirIy considered, rthouffh' peiv  ha^s^ei wiUi fhe same favor that/has been  "$x tended to b t h e r pi aces. \ If t ire, n p'prop r i-"  at ions yroi^eja w > ^  ,m ihe/tnaliTvet 'and /for jfie ��������� pnr^i^ses'^iwn^ iii;  tf)eEslim/ites, we.have: no douffi^'that?jwwch"  .benefit; wfij be^5deriv^d',5therefroiny bnt the  i w?ates t*avre( af jAn Id :b e i a ken.'; 1 hat'' yjoo n 0 rii y  a nd :^no|^xt fa^kganoe /. nifed;/tbe .hand, dtiai  distrifbuted.them.���������*-'v    ^  .-" }    y , V������ .-; '    .-  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  3C  "��������� yi;'   yiy  ���������'-.-ry ;.-.���������-.:���������������������������   -;l  :   yy.-yy ,.  ������������������ ��������� .-��������� :>i ���������  yy;-;.;;' -;-'>.'f.  y^k.  ���������'���������*:}:-���������  -.y ;.���������.������������������.  .1.."..    .-.". ,..j....;. '.'���������  ���������.Sy".*' .s:' :'     - -"I'J  W$fc  j.^.;,;.,    >-.  T*~"*?  ,y^. ?  ��������� , ���������; .-X-.i-^-t-V-.-  ������:Gw������iS^  ���������i-ryy5^yyIj.j'' ������*.  ^  uC  i.rt-/i  'l -yTnX it/jmHrAitva r: GiimK. -^N o w tha t sp ri fig  isVjiigon; us; it /beeomeS ; imp^Vtantliba/tv.the  trails;:t6/tbe;p������tly������ig-!creekgJ8h6uId'.-beiopened;  up hi/ord^ivthat miners aiid traders ehould'  <yyyy   :\y>yyyyy- y-',y ^;.yy y-    -,''y--:-r-   , ;    ..-���������   ���������  get their applies as soon as possible, and  .��������� t In 13 & <s ��������� ab te ��������� to'tn rn'ihe s h 0 r &. s utnm er ^saso n  :fe|;some v aocou nf^jd^on^  of ihe"? w'jmts It h ii|/^  r.ai{ iu Ila^vejj evelr ,  The old t rai I by K;ei if i ley creek is  now  alt'd'4  ceiher out/of^ the:/question/ being much too  long and    ircuitons    very little ���������,������riiier fifty  mil e h, - Tb e 'o n e  byr Sa wm i 11  ������F! a t  a n d /' tbe.  SooWshoe Monnfaiu  n iturh shorter, Of Vi^  ; o n ly- a bos 11 ::-28.:iH;ile&;!ii; Te ngiMlX^ XmV: except  in tha iy?<]������%  if-^the UT^yy'y ceo, macb es-'':  ;��������������� 0sed; lo h 1 wms: m eo useg u e n ce  f������ I  ? t s. # po4n.  elevation from .the,;ti.me/Uie;sti.nitnit;is reached  ���������>6jae^"n- official   ? Ik ol   3oi 1 c   - i^tnay a beyond^Antler;-until:'the. descent is made.,to;  - 'yrfyyX: ymy ryy yyx yyyy yyy' X'^yyXyrry Harvey,,-creek,- -, .The . routes which s'ig'/no'V*  ;*m$$^  - y   V������i\' ,   ' y  yyyy '-y.  i:iiyiy'^���������^:yyy��������� ;->���������  .ykyyyy.y.; <v  :/// -. ,'yV  I' ^!y^iliif/'In' fche lw nj of ;re.8nc 1 ngMiiis- 'Govern-  \iisi ������fcyy'^eacli^re In tl*i^ Province.   LnblilMjr  ;:/;������6lp8e]^  V.%jj:\afty toJs&|tbaiyCarib0o - and:tue/nppe^coiin^  51 ry ������e ne t &11r, ���������, 1������mp\ r,eceivedUa fe s r ch p i e b f is fc  y i i   ��������� > < -  hyi\iyyXi%ft y~nay Ji Her  /fjifsty-'s^imls-  ly^-  lij������"j kSj i^r ^ii&lriify,  W,0Gft  al'ovtd  ; for feeepias? <in Scepair the great  waff0n road  :-yi;rffyyy-&v^1y^^\4#;;J;^y^;fe  y:Whl^h//inter8eot8ythi3;- conntryyfrom/^ale/to  : 2y wfiii n\U<TmJb ������miv IH if*00 if i^los/^d    _ ^  m :ie:'8ect!on;ttboVe filinfoon. This; however, aUo the !e^ n?b!e "to stoFms/;the;flahIc 'of  '-would   iiot ������n-tfc������ much difference   1    :e sup- ������^M#A!^  Coiig6%'tFvS\ and Basket Teas, :: |������|   | | |   r ; | j |  :(Da^les?^o^:f!^ Mitt), T *? ^ *:' o  'pcGtch^OatmeWli-.-israiisv Syrap/^hied'se/"' " " ',!-ti:i(>yy  i./R.: Boots,'Baboii, Toha^bjo, j^ard, .Rice,, ^a^|i:erel,  Soaps, Wbs^^  ttiiililellJol^^  p one ������h sy if ikiX} 1 a * ������*-t amount w ere -not r e-  , -ch i iutfd or the 1 o^-erif ee-Mofivof / the -, ro ad  the  y?y".*v?.-,I-1 *. vvj   '���������<���������-"'--  "   '~-' '���������-��������� \ ' y~-" -���������   '-.'r:- --    y "f.y.y ���������----���������<      ''��������� -' I  ;K������r'plti8>conld be spent in  defraying  the: es*  ypeosk/������f impairs -on m\y 'portion requiring  ibeir performance..   All .that we care about  in CaribooHs'0at the moVieyy stfbald:^//ejc*.  pended,:Wiselyrand Economically in.orderrfthat  theycarfiageof'freight fed^tssei^ers between  Yale, ft^nd this '��������� d istric ty-, sh onl d b e: ren dered  ���������...expeditious and -cheap.   There is^aW'S^OO  tfell^ijed; for traile a n y _ (?acibqp,;, aa; .ampirnj;  which" weVcousider qtiite^inadequate an(l m-  ���������aiiffioient    It .will-.probably.- take ;all that  {money fo makesa decent trail to Harvey  f-oreeti: JsgioWv?���������������; fe i ng. i 6 ft/is ]ii perati vely ld������ '���������  TOanded^and'';m^^  ^opportunite-jsAsi itemiof? $v50Us allowed for.  (he/w^air ybf-vtlie y Go vern merit buildings in  *C?^i|i5>������^an4^T|i(^jbu^^ ^t|;is > notr a  y|������rg������j amount, :Uut wii I be_.-quite su fflcien 14o j  i^irn||he|St^|^ ar'^nios^dis-'  j?ejtjjjraol0 f^oolcwrgf ^owi it prelentl'1 nro'a re^ ���������  #f������$cjabfefbuJidMig;\y Qminecii]. is  allowed  $6000 for a trail from Quesnel to Gerinmiseri  ^?S^^������W^^ yyiv���������?rvr '-?ahf!? ^i>(K)0 .^or'JaV'&.l  ; ifevrri/ttie Western eoasfi> We sincerely / truA  *p^eQ-;pt:i;as-. tne,snortest;and best-is;by\way  bt Grouse creek, -orossiag Antler a little above  the mou! h of. Bepgsr %u hh, rthence th rough. a  low/pass to .O������'n'oingham..ci'eeki( and-frpin tbat  Riyyy ue^r    rys^aidS&j   Jv^e  well   ifc  j^uaiute-'*.   "riu<   tht  bsjuohy   IhU   ibis   1ji,H  would not be more than -18 or' 19' ��������������������������� miles 'long.  bbrmnepcin^ Xt of  pboni ,fche"Minnehaha claim on li'i'-ve^.c. %  Tbefu^ceSsjtyio& openinp: u ||;this;trai I wi 11 ;b^  apparenj;t^;all;^^en^  or^y Hy Khin'yzy 01*12 to that p^t%  but "is  the  tied.  It would', be open topack Iraius'two"months  iongeRihan'.^tf^mbuntaiii/trail/>nd' wpu\dybey  comparatively   safe   to   foot   travellers  the'  .whole-yeaV'ToiirK!. * It1 would also have/the  advantage of passing' over or by four other  #reeks.;!att whtehymimn^^  ^b^e-\Beg^^ntler and punni^haS^.*T&ei  ���������deep ground on* tlie t>vo, fatter creeks, af I er  long lying idle^-is 'now'^being.'yrapidly- prbs;  ?pected/' and /another1 season  may see a big  ���������at ike p n/ both ^of theiiir���������* * This trati oughr0to  be made iisiooh; as practic^ablt?,��������� otiiea^wiseit������e  sup piles/ fbjT Harvey ^c r eelc; ah d peri aps Cu n -  ningbam, w^li ^rnost ���������und6nbtodly.ygjQ!'^in'jfrbib.  )?the ISO'inf le houie byh wky of Bearer *Lake  ahtl^the FbrkS^orl Quesnel. f^hqse iiiterest^  in the trade, of Cariboo i fti>d: ni ore partictif  larly - of Barkervi lie/' slioVtld not fallow the  subject to d rop4 bit tshould use their best endeavors -JLo obtain the trade; 'and custom;, of'  wfiat pi^misesko/i^mejfef'the rie������estiiiimija'g  caraps'everst���������ek^^ ��������� /y:y/:;  of %Gmcem$&i2 ^i!ov|sians^mndr:;Gldtbiii������^  have been reduced cohsidferably.:���������:.���������;  Iii33lli@3'y./;t5  ?i;iSSlSIIyyli/:|;f/Sg^  yy-^'y.y'.'���������y-.y..'���������-. ���������-:-���������, .-y'.'''V:''.':!'.'���������:-������������������ ���������.���������.'���������'��������� '������������������:..'.y.   ..'. i.-��������� - '.'..������������������ -:,-'������������������ ���������'���������-��������� ���������'.���������"���������;,. .-;-��������� ;'--.-,y-'-..-. --.y.-'.iy--l'i.-.'���������.'���������"���������;'������������������'���������-���������!-;'��������� ,'y--.--.. 'y,'r;;.������������������-'y.-���������'.-.;��������� ;y. r..yr. ���������;..���������.;.y-y.:'yvy -:.,';"';-��������� ^ :-'y'!.;.. y;;, y ��������� ".y'-.T-.y.'i'  8'and: 12jn^p^;y^  SHOVELS, HOES, GOLD PANS; SLUIC^ CLOTHING;^Jp^D^iwdr  /^;-'';;-A  li  pilP those Jwjip;'' will favor uswith  *n  w  MAttRtAGb2.~rIt isywith pleasnre thnt/'we  Jiaw."'&>J ann^iiilcerthe. marriage of one ef our  most enterprising' ana ra ost festeemed citizens,  M r feaao Oppen heimer. Mr O^penb ei mer  was married on tlie 6t!i/ inst. in; the city of  Ne^'X^^ans^^dlat iast accbi^ts^as atSan;  Frahcieco o n his way to this cou n try wi th his  bride.   We wish the... happy. ��������� couple all the  SftifeWSW?������������������������^i^HVHW^PHfa aod felici^ atWnable in married life.    V  ������^fflffi4$f'ihertf isnny dojibt r>ri that point.j ������ ��������� ;   wiow/lfl the tlhie fori our 0?ninecn 'ftieuds io  :NKW:!-A D-VEiiTISEMiSNTS.  * p eak / lit |y otild ��������� v be a ��������� pi ly ���������; I n see so tnttc li |  ������������������:;ffi.������3ll3i^PP.^.u^ ������?^;  iii any'*m ^/a^rb^l ado iii s to b ec spe n t i n tlie  raajifp^ awl ???p*Wgg of reads anji fcraiUf one  '���������<bt? toe?most^wsefui of^-ySbicfi^ 'alneiiinJa'^to  $lf)'.D9P for; a road from Savena's Ferry  Okanagaii.; pas^ing asli will through a first-'J  ^afl.a/Mr!c^Jt|iraJ^tifit ^graisfhg^oiAti t^y The  Toad ��������� ohght/ro^^  (honhdary/.aa.d Fo r t Shepherd on the Coin rii bia  Tttrer.  JTen thousand;dollars is allowed  fdr  Schools,���������>botb certainly very\proper, objects-]  tfor &>yemtttei\i asm'stonce, especially in a";  mefed. ::^o, _ *^ *ip >ft$*-f*'^m.^ny. tci vU'ifi^iikl /}>i aca*  '*&therfwee cr{ (h*o eiitby,i\ibongli-the atuei  TlGE,,,,/yyyv  AVINO'!!)ISP^5KD  of   myV'lnisihcs*-1, at   Lk������%  mmm*  CHANCE to Mr.'. KRNKSTO SUl'KANIS,  I, takfl  w aa ns o f tb aaifc i n% th y pu li Ro for 3 ho i r jui r^'tia^ e,  **' -and Hottest the c^ntl&aaiiciupf sjime to my sncc������f?s<vr.  t^   :; >ilt^a^)M.:Q4'tog.<ni^iiAt8>ftr>f roqijV'stPc),t.ir nay. tlie  <l;samc to, Mr K. Sopraute-within Thiriv \')n;ys from.<Jate.  A &ood Investment.  HA T,"'P;rR S T- C-L'-A S g  S  Situate ih the most central park of the:town  y ?  Lof Barkerville, and kaown^as*they ��������� -yj  i/# arlor' ^jlloO^;//:  v/Thc-'fibusa/'contains"a-Baf-rdotfli 'Fiirlar,'JT^n !Bed^  tboins, most cbmrorfcahly farniaheO, and Kitchen.t * ?">  .Also," Bar arid; -Bur-room, Fixtures an4,a.'FuriiKura;  pador Furniture.'Bods, BedUirigvand Bed-ruom-'SHir-  hiture, Ac-    "/' '��������� yl  .' ���������   - *~i' ������,"- r. ��������� "   , ������������������,: y ' ���������  /;,Thp a^oy)? compris^sy Tabk  canto r&y Ca r������etsv tl rst* class Puhi:; Bbds, WattrefiSt's,;  ^iapket^^heHs/n'lllows;./!^  aii.fi %ycry yconyeuteuca appartaiuia^ to.a: $aloon:and  'Lodging Iloasdi'  ���������������������������        '���������' '-' * *.   "'���������''���������  : /  ���������  ��������� ' . '��������� ���������  ;For'���������'��������� j'l.xrih"er particula'rs/^appiy HiV'������������������ tho ��������� SEyxtiVEt  ;Oflice:"or onthepremidf's to y ~-7    J   ,v    y:  ' yyv'  ���������yy    ;:y.S./r.;;PARKEKi Proprietor, y  ���������i j^r.A\\ parties indebted to.tho unrtfreigned aroro-.  quested; tii call ah d ro ttld their l)il la be lore, tho '1st  il *y ' ot ;��������� May nexI.;   ah' 1'. all, purKoiiS:; having clal m9  ;against/him"are requested to present thof same iminis;���������  ���������diatffly/:-'1: '''���������-������������������.>-'': ;-;.���������y;   vv:- .    ��������� "J.'vy ���������  ;i.-.. A11 ii cb ts -roro ai n i ng unpaid/ a fter. 1st of Slay wi 11  be piacwd in the liandii of an Attorney, for coilecMori ���������  yv- > ��������� ���������-. : /��������� ��������� :.: '-". a PyPARKtiK;:  . jBarkerville, Marc!120, 1874.. ���������mM3y; ,  U  *  ������'  liarge Specimen .!.r. $500 in  :(       Gold Coin!-'; s  /:/;ry:^^^^  'The jftighest Throw' to: laice, the ��������� Specirnep,  the'Lowest ihe($o&priii'TGold}'Hbtfy^  proportion. '/-/ ..yyyyM-^yy  ;   the .Baffle will take/place/at the/ .ANTE  notice will lie given when the list is filled/  Y*'   -yVyyyyry,^ ; yy  uyyyyyyr^  Last Chnncft/BC,22J March, 1S72.  ������ ilANGTTA/  m23  rTHE.CO PARX3CKRSS0P heretofore cxisUng between  fl     HMwarl  P-finon,, James Pearson,  un������i  WflMara  jF oderick prpssly has this day b eon <Jjsse] ved by m u-  'tu*i.oori^i'ht;    '���������'������-' ' ' '"'.' - -:������������������  RESCBIPTIDNS AND RECIPES FI T.LKDJ  OFFICINAL   PREPARATIONS.  STATIONERY  AND  PERFUMKRYi y  PATMT & -P-aOPatETARY  MEDICINES,  \ Begs to' iii form his fHehds ahVl the' pnbho  ��������� ���������   "p e ne ra I ly th a t li e is abon 11 ea v 1 n pr the  Colony, and will sell his varied stock of.-  lat: urin-;a������d C"l}cct,all nutsitaiidhiz ftec>'.iMts.  :^xyry^m&n^y.,.. kdward/prarsok. ������������������'  :2%yriyyyy-y:y /J;; JAR;'PEARSON. /:. 22-  -     ��������� WILI J A M F. titifWSUY.  ,   W3#ttw*~1ir.- E*a������4^  v    y ,a'y4 i>^ia:  DENTISTRY,  ;racte  Pain  7' drugs; intent medicines^ y  POCKET CUTLERY/ l)RY ������QO$&]  The business will h'<\ carried on by F, 'ward Pearson   m       j.1    ��������� t~������     *.        ~������      i    ~     *'x*i < ���������  -and James Pearson, who win pay all liabilitios of the   l!66tj!   JUttT&GXXXk  Wit.JDtQ.tlt \STATIONERY,    BU'df': FANCY- ARTICLES  By thevald of Riehardson'H ������pr*iy Apparatus*-1.Filling  w 1 ih Oolt i, Am.i l/f Am an o Con* u a fc.   ,..;  , ���������  Da.CflXPP,  ���������"*-'    /     .ftAOSERniL*.   :'  ������"; ��������� jQalj&'ltn;-.' ;". '���������'    ���������/'  , of all deficriptiobs,  1  1  MM  tesa  lip  M  mm  Ti  ���������  13  I  s3  B  13  HIT m
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vQneanelf Marc& 29���Leww;arrived on Wed-
Tjekda^^niri^^iihHhe pmih^aaExprofiS
and a lUtlargbld-A**^^'**$' '?!?. m
^ermaosen creek on theSlhlust.,-aad;bnnga
no news of* any fresh strifes,, the weather
having been so Bevereidurjiifif the winter; as..tq
stop most rairiihfr operations. Several ditches
< were being made on Hansen and;bla le creeks;
BO%sto(prS%ec
supply of water ,1>fctli<:!^ftRh�����*tfo*;bai55.
'mm claims had notturnedpu>very.gw>di
attiiough several large pieces, ofygol^faad
beeri'fourid*^iThe^ was yeryl!��A1K��5���J; "-"l
circulation.;/ ^P^n^^}^^   ^m
tioiMf&yymim^
m;md sold^at the following prices ^Hojirj
44c'* tier \bi-;/ bacon, $1,;   beef, 25c,to.Soc,:
$1? ��� v ehbyels,. $6. ^There was ;3ft,Q00 lbs. of
/flour on band and-no advance had: been made
la prices dnriog the winter. ,    . ' v  .    ,
Messrs.'Fitzgerald/.Lovell, Floyd, and Bent
���Were at TallaK., The two,. Jutter " were /busy
rgStihgtlieir goods packed over from Skeena
<Forka, /Alb they horses and/many of the cattle
bn the road'and atvFraser lake bad died, and
in allparts of "the/district^the-pastwihterig
-SMd\to,:have been an exceptionally severe
-one.
Lewis left this morning with  an, express
andfmai)./ He''will ,niee.t\Sytveaterrat B.lack-
"water, and return here again.     .       /   l
|      r    x SODA CREEK.
SorWCreek, 29th-rThft,farniers in the Lake
iaffitctii^
Suga^ Cane TOnch 'Mr A. S. Batestrfni^nced
s .-wing wheat on the 21st, Deer are numerous just nr��w in this district, severaifine bucks
having been shot. The river is rising slowly
nnd J lie (ice1 <*n> the., banks, melting'rapidly.
Wea her warm and calm.
,.'    . .CLINTON.
Clinton/29lh~-The'up   mail left  here  on
T-huisday morning ;   the  down-mail arrived-
^���4hl��'n^'inS^wiJtt��^ ;sa /n$KBepgeriny^iid  will
' Hn e nt 'the4 ���^orninp'' XUi tow5fi JyrmV^tUi
j i i- i y111 u p rj p ��sse n gers, i r ��i' e d  ilil^ ev eft ? ng
from Vfile.
v ; ^*��ath��rSdeiightfiil. "The roads are clryi��g
' tip fast.
LYTTON. y    .
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. /Lyttfth'/Warch 2-9���Two boats  arrived to-
^^v^rom-Foster's Bar:with a cargo of wheat,
barley ^i-beana.   This am val ;has  had a
frnde'ncy to 1< *>erthe ttfo latter articles lc a
//pound.
The 'river/ is now clenr of ice to Lillooet
y and^nrther.  Shipments from that quarter are
. ydaily/expected:   / -:.-" ----s -vrV XXX
Twelve-foot Davis-arrived this afternoon
wUbV^ c  dn^oat ton MU wayv to. .Omineca.
l>eingohly five days out from-Yale. *
;/   '        / VICTORIA.
Victoria..March 27~The,Lieutenant.Gpv-
���ernor will ionfe^iwn1 to**the^%House %t two
/o'clock/'to-day, and .will assent formally to
^tbe bfe^ tarifF/bilV a)s<>Hie road tpllayaboH-
tion bill. It/is presw med athe provisions of
^oth'ffieasur^wili^bt^ into effect-the folf
lowing day.
-: Tbe^ollowing^fnipuQts^pf treasure was
^nippetf btfeine^
���Fargo ,& Co'.:���Bank" -of .British C<)l��nibia,
'*291;17'0; Wells,:Fargb,& Co., $6,577.
the Chief Officer of tbe.Prinee Alfred met
with a severe accident while at Nanaimoi He
-was riding: on the Ipcdrooi ive / on tbe wharf
when his foot caught on the rail, whereby he
sustained a severe dislocationsof the ancle.:
At a meeting of the Royal Hospital sub*
scribfers, Miijof Hall was elected President to
fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation
of Dr. Helmcken.
The farmers,in,the districts here about are
bus! ly engaged! im ploughing and sowing. . A
large tract of land will be sown wilh grain.
The steamer Enterprise left (or New West-.
minetor at 9 a.m. V " /
r :Vi(jtpria,r March 29r^Inj the House yefjtcr-
^ayy leave iWak granted H6n. Mr McCreigbt to
introduce a bill for the appointment of County Couri Judges. Leave was also granted to
introduce a bill for the regislration ot births,
jdeatbs and/ iuavriages; and a road e^tensign
'act."' '}"2-"''. / ';/ / -��� :// -1 / / '���"} ���/" . ^:
The following question was asked : That if
the tenders for'the* construction of the pro/
posed graving dock at Esquimau requires
additional guarantee than that offered by the
Dominion poyernment, is it the intention of
ihe Go ver ii men t; to biWg nown a bill for that
.pnrpose this 6essh��n.. ;.. ;; , ,
Ixi Mr.Wai|ebr��aid tlie only aiis>?>r/hey<50uW
gite was thitVbllK���i3tItkdariibl]g Wbxlaj
Act^ was Alreadyrj^ssin^
��� for this purpose.; ���   - ^-X^. -- ��� , ���,<y
- To-dayxbein^ Good Friday is observe^ as
;a;geJneraifheUd^^     TVj'ti *-v X:" ~  * -~
' '""UNWed STATES. u
' r San Francisco, March 27���Arrived overland
this evening.G./StrouBs;'.'nt ��� Victoria^  / -
iThs: steamer MoiUaua, from  Honolulu,  a^rr
rived early thienlorning/ with 2t50 passengers
from Austri^
The- Hawaian Government having gone back
en the subsidy promised iorWebb's line and
formerly paid to the English line, VVebb gave
orders py his jageht^S reftis^theEmails and/to
abatid6ri tba.-Is.lahd. He will now, run.7yia
Navigators lsiands}caypid
gether. This action is attrituied/yto ihe increase of anti-American prejudices of tl^:
Eiiglisbmen wlipjaw cpnneCt|dL^wj|tlJ ^the|Gpv^
erbmentl l '"/ ''""���' y-^-X- 2X2 y'
\'.. A shock of earthquake is re ported' extend.
ing from Rea^Bluff toii;Santiafeo^and^ east /to
Virginia city.' The shocks/wer^tyheayyAnd
severe/ 'No**daiiiageVi' reported except at
Visaiia. At that place: tbe shocks ] appear, to
haveibeen, more/seye.re.v -AlUih^-bncJ^build-���
i nga - "Wp^eai* - to ?! Iiaye "been X bhd I y w rec k ed.'
(>iie building hadyits/fentiwaH mov^��d; out
one inch frotir its foundation; The Tulare
fiomiiig mills hud its,, pajtiles^.thrown,dpwfn,
arid the earth iii inanylocalities. appears ti*ac-
tured'or cracked.      /     ������'' <   ��� f
:' New York'/26th��� The funeral of the late
Gen: Robert Anderson takes.plaee on Wednesday, April;,3d. j The, 71st aud J!) th Regiments of National vGuardswill, act as an es-
���rt Of the regiflar 1&
enIt four field;batteries.ofvaiai 11 ery^inclnding
battery G and��� battery H. which were- 'under-
Gen: .Anderson's 'command when -at "Fort
Sumpter. ��� r 2' '
y':-i;���''.���' -,.���-..-���������;-. -, ������ ������������������'���.������--^���������'^tjf^-.4^1     y ���,..    ...,.." . .���..;yy.vyy������ .';���.��� V>?
Foyxb^DEAn!-"I(will be keen on reference
to oar Telegraphic reports, published in another column that the- bodies of two men
have been found, one supposed to- be that of
a'^uite^ahd"thVother,i^aJe^ mau.  The
; ,   y 2 MINING lNTELLIGENGE.:   -
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l .The -Canboo^ eo.vwashe<d up, 24Jyog;yla8t
week.; The-iiinerdale;, cleaned up ever ex��.
peases. The Forest Rose en..are still .moving^
machinery, &c.   The Ballarat ca. washediup
00 oz.' for the week.; ;',��� , -   y    -
yX     '     ��� -   nic meadow's. '  '    ; ,'
'" "The.1. Lane/&. Kurtz are still''sinking. . and-
T^ili corhmehce'dnfting-'a
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The Discovery co. ia;still prospecting^ The
TwoSisters colvJ^ashed up 40 oz. last week-
Tb&';Tw.o}9rotherS'hsyedsHued'ltendei'S:for the
consitrtictidnyqf ashnri TOO feet deep or to
bed-rock. Tlie Vailianconr co. will commence-operations shortly.   / y
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The Brown co. took out :22.f. oz. . last/weekt'i
aW the Victoria co. 30 ok.    The  Black . Bull
co(ar.e still,^Iciug.ouiiiir^ in large quantities/
\ ��     , KRSNCH OIIEKK. ���       -
The Ambrose co: are getting through the
OOllKyO'V: p.i lilxi;  .,��>.Jt��I.     T�� liltjli.-y iuhjj.; liu��U,  iiau .IU
contend for some time, y      '
atf'd'. Ha";follows':: .three. 'prwk.-elalhiS/cuia-'f
���mei&lng^Hh^Sel&af felKjl/p/oint-aid -ru fi n \n1g$
up stream 300 y from ihetiCM tl? ee^hill';^
claims cunning'up stream.SOU'fsjet .on''north- .
east sid^pf tbe'^re'feRi; froiq; /ih'ejnpper litie/ofVV,
:which':iii.;^r|fefcy claims]^
feet; * the "wholeMb bS'known as the lj.iiit��d ���
Uo, Tb ta wi k c 1 ai cjs, to ei imti I mm . t ank '
to bankof side hi 1!s.' -~ XX } XXI XVll'} V;'.
XVy    fi     , yjiiu-y Qjjyyry    yyy       IS
Sing co-���March i4y^emM&Mn:fmM ofl-/
Hang Low, and Ab Cbpw, 290 leet iu ��� ilie Sin'g^
co.   Rerrecord.   -     '  -  '
,    -     \--_    '���   UARV^T. CRKEK.
* The Minnehaha co. took ? out; 120.oz. last
week /and expect to do; better tibis .we.��fe��rr
The Ciimmings/co^ *were forced, to.-;suspend
operations in consequence pf-an increase of
water in jhe shaft., This company will let'a
contract, for which tenders are now ,ont, for
id^OQO fee t o M uin b er. ,in,order, to j fliirae,yitbe
c reek. > The, M i n neb a ha co. al sp. fi n d. it neces-,
safy to flume the creek, and are whipsa,wing;
: 1 umbf r. for th at pu rp<*se. ,\The Ne-w-.Dorainlon'���
co'. .a re, also getting .out- lumber. L. .The Lorne
co.'.b.&v.eJssited uouc^rfof" (endejs for 0000
'ft?e fc of Iu. ni he. r. ' ��� TIse Foster co. b av�� out
aboLit'2000'f^tuildrab^y ^   "   fJ'   /g
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; The Ross co...are making expenses. ' The
Eldorado co. had lost the'rim rock and did
hot d<�� so  well1 as usual.   The  Aurora co.
e/k'/'aha 0JI
'^CARIBOO GC^OOI/EXAMIKATIO/i,     ���
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, A public examination ol the pupils attend-. ,
ing this school took place,on,Wednesdjiy^s^iy
inytheysfternoob. ��� Thers  wer��k present Mr��.,y-
(Rs'-Hi* Brown t Mrs; .Yanvolken bu rgh^ Re v;?Mr^.
^ali;j/Hi";ToddVllHchcockj;;Dav
son, Morris, Bowron. members ofthe School " ,
Board; and Messrs. Vignolo. Barnston,Kason, y
.Karker,*:PaUullo'f Vaillancnuri-and' Wickbaih,
���atid-'so me H' oi' 15' s ch ol ars/r'   ' ��� '���". '"/ y _ ���'. ' X ,'
Bo th /; b'��jh 2& n d. girla1 u.ii <Jer we n f a  rn n*V r ,'
Mr.Miindell, whose systein of teaching appeah. *
to be really, good/ arul ,who j��o .doubtJ has*
labored zealoualy in .tlid   ins n ction   if, bis
pupils.  {Mr. 'M u n de 11 f ii Hva n n o u mc od th si' h e ^
was unable to distnh(.'^ . %-y pri^sat present'^
ihi/cphseq^heejO.f^lie
hyyini ^ijiec yme AUf'ivVnm it w:��0 agreed
that' tbe* School Boa rd / wilh: 'Mr Mui1d��)l1s. ����*��� y
sistance, should decide  to. whom and "what'*'
^ri^e* tue rlro io bf stf y}} hi
-Mrs -Rv'Bn MQW^XfirimXiXVuimQyM^iiM., "=
'iyihade; mpet���progreas in wririn^J/
Mr rMarcUsfcWo11e's/rpxizes-���Gae'/
S?.SP'Xhe'-wS8S
first is said to have been t^und in ^e middle j ^^^���np\a%!iti^p;6^-^^wee
of the'stream, hear the inouih of ,'Blackwater .0z: on Tuesday.   Tbe.LlerKtning co.jhad 130
river imbedded in the ice. but.'whether in the oz. -for last' week, and 33 oz: on Tuesday.
���y-'-yyy.y. . 1 v*L. .    .      *Vha.Qr.ii tK  ll'alda en   lin^a o-At. Aitf fif    thf*  rii
Fraser/or its previously/ named tributary, it is
hard to say'.1 We suppose, however, that the
Black-wateryriver.ijsell is/meant The other
body, that of the colored man. was tound near,
the ...steamer wood ;pile ,-above'. Cottonwood
canyon. The bodj-of the white man -& my-
pbied' ��o't^ tbal-ol'-R/SmfthfioTig a resident
���on tbis,creek,-and,who tn oarly days kept tpe
vayside house nt Little'Lake, seven miles
from the .Forks of Quesnel. He was a native
of England, and was one of Gen. Walker's
party in his memorable filibustering.expedition in Central America, y At; the time Mr
Smith wasTast heard of he' was in cqmpapjj
with two colored men all on their jyay*do.wn
from Omineca, and hot .far1 from' this- same,
Biackwater river.; It is supposed they raajt
have b een ai I drowned.,though i t .i�� p ossible
starvation may have bad something to do
iwittf their death. The name of one of the
colored inen was George,Nazaniy that of ire
other is ��� unkno wh, bebeiiigo, stranger in .the
countrji Wey are/glad to se^-that steps:have
been taken tor bring the bodies;down to QueB-
nel for:identification, yyy/. /   ,
The" Soiub Wales oo/have got ont of the narrow channel ami Hud gvo��i;jd.'that will pay 10
oz. to 'the set,. . The Pom: eo. ^/s!l rysainc:
bpecaUohs'ih^abp;ut:a-4w��ek/v::^
co. continue running their drain ahead.'- ;   v
Mr Hall's prize���To the most pr-
- gramnrar,
��?rTndd then wde'y few pertinent ~re-
marss, and congratulated;those interestery1 /*
education bere.on ImniXovercome tlie 4|^= y
culties: whicb biVMfi  its way,, all /of ~w!mjl|\i* -
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':. 'TBe/Walkem/cor;cbntraclora are -m wnh
siJUiLn?iywi ^*;out 3i0 itet 7,r   -        .    ? ��� V
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| '.The;Clark co.,have���gnt the water out of the
diggings and are running a prospecting drive.
'S:0$    AMAbOIt CRKEK. i      '-'"''
The  Taylor co.  bottomed  at 82'feet,and
found a small prospect and the rock pitching:
Iiito the1 hill on the left bank of the creek;
a|b^ening/ou fc tcydri ve"Hc^^.(be-^^auneL
��� Bears on Jack' of Guibs CREEk.^Mr/J'.'
MoGormack' a few days ago, while strollihg a
few yards' from^his cabin on the Two Sisters
claim on this' creek, came in Contact- with/a
large black bear; whb appears -to bayeHbj^
early awoke^omyhis winter.^umbeS^Jl��|is
not reported: that eillier/party 'was; nuic/fi
scared; Mr McCormackf however; deeming
that "discretion .was .the better part of valor,"
retreatedi and arming himself"wittiya giui;
which; be loaded- with beans:fthe only Available charge Which ho could obtain at'/the
time, returned to the encounter aiid gave/Mr
Bruin thecohlentSvof: bisvfustie, Bruin; received the charge pretty coolly,' and retired
apparently with the intention of trying to digest "Urn unaccustomed food with wbicti he
had been favored.
MININ&.REGORDS.,
THBATiiiCAL-^The regular quarterly meet^
ing of the LCaribCo Amateiir Dramatic Assoc!-?
ation was held on Monday evening last/and;
the/foltowing gentlemen elected as officers;
for tae-ensuing .quarter:��� Manager���Mr .Ed/i
PearsbnV Secretary^Mr;W./McColl; third/
member of��Man aging, Com mi tfee^-Jlr/F/Per*;
rity Casting Coraroitiee���J. Bowron, J.^B.:
Leighton VGorher Johns, ; We understand;
that it is the iutentionof'the corps to'give an,
entertainment on the 20th April, of which due
notice will be/giyeii/'-yy// '���"
; Barnard^ Exprkss left foryictbriabn Siin-'
day^MWinistiii'-cai^lflg/thiB/^wn/^ w. ���ovv���t.,xtwu���iMI,v.���l..,. .__. .	
express,. Mr Newland, messenger, and ��n^|drew  ButhII; I^bt pritcba
jrfiigJr !*i'dg* Eftll^-.ii?'.Quesnel 2r.y'x -li^^.e^i^-^y^ {*i.*
���y^./^-v.-CHISHOliMLCRKEK^, yy ~
Mai45h/16���tecorde<T ^��ne/
oue creek claim, a little .above, theywaggon
rbacl^ y> Xy yyy y ���- ��� 2i ? -,'��� yy,y>2:yX: yyy,-.y\ &< y
2    .   * r V ���'    NELSON CREKK.
March 16���Recorded iii favor of Ah Cow
and Ah^^
Side, frontmgvbn the N6bleco. yy-- * --
���'   .   LIGHTSINO CREEK..        ' ;   , /
1- March 25 --Spnice cb.-���Recorded iii favor
of James Reid, L. Winlrip, A/T/ownsend,/M.
(J aYtlitli^rs^ 6bh < Po 1 m ere .^eiicb^ o ne/f u ll d^ffifr
Wifc|/R;/ifeBiw^
^aiivol ken bnrg/W. /'-Hitcbco^^ ^'^^My?:^'-
Barlow^ T. R. Pattuilo;; IrQppenpeither?i;each
'Sm half of ohe/uiterosl;;  W. H; Pol'mgre., I).
McDohaldieachifo
the Spfnce/coV oii Lighthiug,;creek. tousisting
in all of 1050 feet:creek/claims and 600 feet
hill claims, and held in ten interests;   Re-
records:
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. Veb. 27���Foster co���Recorded in favor of;^
Andrew Burrill. Peter Brown and R. Prttch-
ard.: .three .creek /claims on; Haryey creek,
'commencing at the upper line of the/Foster
co. and > running up stream-'130.0 feet, to be
worked ih conjunction and form'/pariybf said
Foster."CO.. .//;. ..;/���/���'���'' vy ;'/. '   ,:��� yy'vy!:
j-y/f'sb. i2^torne.e6;-^Recorded^'W.ftyio.r of)
James H litchi rison, =100 feet of mining ground
ou Kei th ley effekya creek claim,- cpanhenc- \
ing at tbe npper line; of the Lorna coi arid
nmuiug.up Htreath 100 feet to^ the lower line
of the Foster/cby.f.' to he worked inyconjunc;
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Feb/ 12���Recorded in tavor of DanV I>ixbni
Colin RahkiivRichard Deighidn/James;:Kiev.
Wa4h^?^:;6irsffirs;i.JibbiwV>yilaftn..:B��W^
M/Bcott. Richard xGiW*"^&3ff^KwlM*^..:,**"-'i
'Wa's-'alfib'i.ihiich-gVatifi
by tlie pupils in the school- ;nn'd;������the;- evident/
attention^paid to school affair* / m sralij'.
1} ^Mr)SSwron followed with some 'remarks in;
the'same se:��   :
~ -Rev, Mrl .Han -isgretted .that Mr/Mnndeir.>.
Wh'o"'b d?/g!ve;h/sb  biicb  lat^UoCen, nlu-ul^'
be leaving us. arid moved a vote of tlianl<S;.t��>
that gentleman for the vfery  gratifying man-
ber in which he' had' performed bis1 duties ia -
connection with tbe'scbool. '   ^     ' :.
\y Siicondedby -Mr^BDwrqnJ and carried unanimously. '"-/'''' -' ' ;'' \"       "'/'
. Mr Miindel) thanked the members of th#
Board/for the manner iri Which'tbey had cooperated with and assisted him/and was prav
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' had "given 'satisfaction.yand* was ��� bankf��1 %Mr
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of erlucationy ,
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2&   { WGAMB0OSEOTM  WEDNESDAY. /MARCH^T/l^^  ���������Ifiiiiiiiil  Kitty  v.vyv  nvy  ^QUiBSN-ELMOUT-H. '���������---  '  jinv Iff dian  arri ved  itrJ town ibis morning  i.'wlib'reports having seen the deadf'bodfesrof  :two men up  riven -  One;- stipposed/ to ..be  ������5mith^rai&sing; since iasfc fall, is /lying v in; the  middle oi tl e s 'yjim near the mouth of Black-  :/^wtor/^/^sey,back(-is  "body, above;the Ice.   ^Further down the river  /.ti^oth^y.!^  ;3ylnl^bylhe'side/of ttie^steam%rSwn*6*rt^pile;1  :|W^bfe|^5ttpn wood >$ c anyon. 2^ Jfo py&iyp ,wi 11 ^  1 Wt art 5 to^i^^rrpvirc^m fjrni ng/ to >bringphe I b odies  .i&owii Jqf..i$mtiScatipo. >,y y ,,-;,///, j/ y ;t;y<; 4 x%  yilliiii^  __ .tLy i /yy; ,726th.���������The'river jbetween hero and  J J1 1 Woe t, ��������� is i iii 1 f roKP js - ������ t e r In^pl a ces.- ,Th e ���������  .'���������farmers on.tb������;nver arS anxiously waiting for  ^i/ljrlfakitii sorSer1^o?ship: the /remainder of last  ���������r^'Sar^ hjimi wJieat/:/.'QhapfeanV  -it Air .'mi 11 Is steadily &t iv) c;and/tiii nijngrout  ' ^an^x^elten ������ q iin 1 i ty oi L .'fio u r   'Tb o < oads fare  ������*������x pectecfto 1)e in pe rfec fc rep ai r. in t Another  //';;;'! ��������� ; liiill Hill  y y ,,// ,y ^t|f?t;; 26'ft���������TBarnard?s Expra8?ywf th' ,'fu 11  , i(   *joh <1 qf passengejrs a i"O f/ e igI ^ e ���������'ic?an eastern  mailVieff yealerday/inbLnipgy *    /  /  /, /   /���������; y^he^Onward ^oixllijr s^rj?ndd t ������i p < bjbkevher  ;     . .; Wwt, a n dt wii 1> be,- r el ie veo\b v the 'Hope u n til  repaired^ .    y ,  y  ��������� *T b'g rd a d^wi I Lb en. gm d _ o rd er fo r. fr eigb t-.  /y;y bi >6?i. - "V gr<.th er fio e. f  .    ���������       vKnUnwing/j^Jho" I hi ^y pasaengersby.Bar^  ; ^afd^a ' iSSpr'ssn0   S.^Pearcy]. T. Lync^ffajpi-:  'v'::.      1 ogt fTora p kin s",, to' Barker vi 11 e ," E. /Bel JJIjS  ;  :   ^o^a^eek^^LrS.^^^^ ,   k  ,'yi ^yuii^^/Bitra;{Staffe to^Cjc^  Xessffl,, ^horoasV'J obris,' GheiiaU)iBam4B^and  i ;;     -tvm ollierf.: ||y:|/   ' '' "'   "     ' J   ' fM|||| ���������"  * I f sfi   1/ fJ&t r^ iiac i pr   ^h������h������/ T t5 p> t te Lr? j ev Ea ���������  4^/y/HC^D expected !>^ry //iearns/ to-morrow.  g:y/'lg/^|/S^^^I:?-^i^ I acte- yty>f .Ctfil^ -i': d I t������^;i djedfit Jib;  y.'Xjffiy&lpkteyeafog of;coneumptiom?!yy1-Vyy-V  i yi i 2r; 'yyy^; in ,.- ���������  y//;/^Jy5^!.^c^Ta^arch \23-r ;A>gro;cery-yarid: fyfcery  %n | ^iinftca ^tr et <vp^ rnx^^-^rJ' 1 rast^nighi(   nn  ,   ' i/:N^ftjgWlen.JTThe,-residence of Capt,IJainphlet.  ' ;/i/ b;/:-/>������l a ni es ;B ay/was ..al so; ,e n te red\ and ^several: vaU  mX2& ������jlUc!���������3 s������bs,tr^eted.   , ''  ;   -     ///  y public nifefitic viil be li^d.M'ia evening  n.y^ife/ m3?su y  Til?   if^   d&,n"l   n������vf,ftls  -;���������- y'. >-1 fX..estafeilalimentyofB^publfc/imari^ilnyihis  ^i?/y i '   xyyy     XX   >,��������� ,   yyyyyyy  ., In 11 ie ������������������ House, Mr jHunter asked thejboni  L^myyy C^Lnd. Sf Wh* i h toe legal ^t������nd-  "Ang in. the  provin.ce. ;of. the Laney&i Kurtz  /Mj ping ^Company, or. of .any company formed  in a foreign country for the,purpose of-mining  5n;|British Columbia V!  :���������; y       ;       /  , V The hoiji. Attpi' my General replied. > saying  ih. I so,England, so far as,foreign,-companies  aire ??o!3cernedy tbtey,could sue  and be..sued.  . A s f a i?i as the qu es ti o n ap p Ii ?4 tor;this province,'  Xy y ould ask't������ y^.Hpone his reply until Mon-  |J/fy!rSa^:nex|/^  s^'Mr Sewlla igave tvoyiice that he would.nsk  ���������on Monday next what action had beep taken  wi th regard to tbjK'JCouu^y jOouct fees of this  '-province Xy   .-.._}'.-,..      ' ������������������  -  rr������Ur,<Robaoa moved tbe. second reading of  tbe(.Nauaimo ;Bill'V After .much discussion  ���������./jpro and con,'; the bill /was* .read^ajecqnd time  "and 'ofde'redUo; he'committed.'���������'������������������' '"' * "  ' ?; The/-Attorney General?moved the aecorid  /Fe^dingiof ^  ]UV MrlR/SfflUh an^bajri^^yBiB* Committed  ^        -iiritil/Thnrsdayi 2 xy-hy^i /���������*> ''"--x ,il������s?t    -  * The comidef all en of the-Estimates' was then  y a: .'v /*^s.������i mfld S'SnS ���������continued' till: cl oae Vf^house;; * /  ^^tctoriav^6!:h-^he|terfmer Prince'Alfred  ,������ftn*dfor^San"Franci*co this* morn ing/ / '' -  ^i^San^aiighters rnvisliedj and their ayna-'  gpgnes filthily, polluted: /���������  n    y      >       EUROPEAN/'       0:  l!/Mndont: 'March 23���������In-tbo University boat  :rac^Ktprda y &i lie J  JtengHi^an&jtebalf/ A btitidiri^ :snow"storm  jpr^ailed^^/: yy 222} -, X.' -.y -y:, / -yyy yyy ������������������y:xy:  V Cidcutta, 23d���������General Brownlow,in' com-'  :raand;:ofy the Ldo'shai;j e?cpeditjonwtelegrapbs  on the IStb.inst.: that all tho southern Po was  and'fifteen chiefs submitted^ and .' many, cap-  to res Ibid -been made. ' Twenty'villages'we re  destroyed.   Our task is/accomplished'. \  i London;-'24tlr��������� The- Queen departed  this  morning for Berlin via 'Paris. /A dispatch  from Galai8:ann6unces!her/aVt1val������thereTthis  af tar n o o n &9A train was ordered fi n^yhich* the  jfarlyy^etnl)^r^e4������o^PaHfl^  the rojal:,party.will;arrivka  Jnorrow.  'The Queen;T>w.ill ^decline to, meek  ^T hiersu and ^bnt:ih|ie^ier jbutn^tpV Berlin/as  jjiriyalely^aTs^ possible.! \ ,.  A meeting was/held iti Cd%: l^t^inight to  ^enouncii^tiib''; Infiiiaatiopti 1 ~ Society/" The  ^proceedings were,disorderly. - ? / ,  I j ^lie?Londpn>Qbserver(o^lhe/2d8ay8  -nqtVjoffj Lord tiran^ille's  in - regard, to  the  Alabama cl ai ins,"'tnat it is most^frieii dl y and  conciliatory in tone,' but states explicitly that  ^England -���������jsainable^o.ii&roittoliidirecticlaims  :bein^; lard^bb^re ;tlft|B  Geneva;.-   ,/; j \' y   *��������� r  / London. 21st���������The Army r������r/vy^ ill prob-  $Jihj coniS'Off-at Brighton-oa'Eaiter Monday.:  " 'DusseH������������if/?0)li���������Xl mo2 disastrous,confla-  gra tio n :'bcc iir red' /1 a'&'t^ ni gh X /The5'to wh 7lia 11  and worl<r-fam>d gallery of/ art/were.biirned;  ,a*nd'a large number of most'Valuable^ paint-  iibgs in'the'latter buildinicdestroyecv  MISCELLANEOUS.  C^MlISSia^vJTQBMEl  ;ani>!  General Agencyi-  apifiu^;  -���������fAME3/WfCKHAM,  ���������y - 2:2;:..yVy^XtBiamriiiUli,  9  w&  x y -      OUR - ENVELOPES? X: 1  Properly Starnped'- are,; noW. rddu.csed'.to���������; ������  12/1-2 Cents each, or $10  for 100,     111  ������������������" Our Agents at way places uso all 'diligence iri'seolng  tbatAicttcr^ ftW: promptly^f w^arded^tb po(htsf beybiid  tho- regular stage routes. ->\y- - - ;X -' y ���������-;,,---��������� \; ��������� X:,' -y > ���������  '/se.16 . y yyy    ���������    ,/. . ,//���������'.,, >tX$. BASTARD. ���������  ������u  MISCELLANEOUS/  *y<  m  yyyy  '"'jitst-'received;  yy  *  fflmmmmmsms  yyy  yy  .'A largc.'supply of  If  :LABIES/A^D''fiENTLEME.N^;  2 ^" New Goods/will abe received every  iWeek^during.theiseason. ^p&f ~ y   y  Clpthirtg   and Groceries*  u ,.. .   OK TriE^B^ST'QUALITY,   , 4/  *vt For safe at t he S to re of t lie unci e risife'n erf i tf Barker  villejoppositfithw BaokoI British Columbia. 2-   \  yryu \ . ..-        yyyy yy.y.yym-RKN^my'  -���������   ������������������ yyyyyyy? ���������;..���������-. ������������������;���������;--' .-y.;;;--'-.yyvy.-.-yi...   ^: + : y .^ ;'.:>������������������ y L-y;,y-;y ������������������s.yy.ry\y<>-. V. j ������������������-��������� ��������� ' .yi ~ ,-J-i  The . undersigned,, wishing ,.to   retire from  business,  y ���������.'���������:'���������..'> y--.yy yyyyy-y'yy yy,yyyyyy; y.yyy. yy.-- yy; - y-:yyyy. yyyyy'y  OFFERS FOR SALE,  For pariiculars, 'apply on tlie premises'.     " ' '_'.  -yy ^;i'.yy:,y.:-y<y-;y-. yyyyyy .vh y'���������y-ryyy :y i'*/y  yyyyyyyyy:y;yHB&m;  : 'yyyyy 'yy :-.yyy- yy yy yy~- ;,y-- vy-'yvv yy yyy,.;  CHntony B.C.',\D������c/'20rtS7i: ,  dcMlai^  ::<m-  ������.Hs3ual  ���������If ��������������� i������������������7 ��������� ;fV * s t ������.I on -r t?; .��������������� v? 11IU l IU IT   U1UI  ilngy'fo.r ^ New /Westtmnster^y-T -will  ^aaiI 'for. Skeena river on April 4thi    / >   n y  The Committeevof-the-tWhple passed: the  Vaillanoour,,-f Htinter  ylllv>l 1   Lavery,- ^:^:  ���������";   [SUCCESSORS TO NiOUKIO,]  F^OTOE'is-������ere^y:!^v^ii:et  ^//iha(ie^tftlfenextvS*33lon^  Cnhadi for ahyAct to lucorporatu  - - y /   ;  :THE::��������� WEST-ERN;.- ������������������ GA^ADIAN: :TA:CIFie:  .- ��������� ���������;   "/' r-RAILWAY/COMPANY;;:-//-,;J-^  [.Airthe purpose of-yconstfuctiu^^inft workfetgy a Rail/  British Columbia, tliencc to some^point onithtf;East.1  orri ;;Coas tot Va n co uy er/1 sU n d, ana from, th en co :by.  ^riilgG' or/Steam comm nnlcation/,to soipey, poin t on the  Western CoastCof/the Mai iilaiid of?British/Columbia  hetwt'fh tli^l^rtyyhiritl^anU Fifty-fourthfjji|arallei Vf  jin^th/lntituile^ ttien;<ie*thcpugh"the Mni&ldadofBritislr  JSpfoijib^ bjev ji^ss of., the Rocky.  ;Mpuntains/to ^lie/Norili ,West T^rritnryiCauU ito^soino.  point on1; tlie-'Norjth-West/ Torritory/A-liero 'a junction'  wi!ll)e eff^etCdwwith a linoofvRailivay star ting from  thO;Raii^ay systcsn/tbytUe-KortbiEiist IpartsroC (On^|  tario/ and running towards the Rocky*.Hpuntains,  wi th power toy take- s uch d ey i ations 'anil "branch l i n es  to conncc t: wi th the -yseabok rd of���������Vancouver Island  or elsevv liere, as may, be a������l yisable a nd J*or , th e >, purpose aforesaid/and to establish, equi^, arid 'main tain  such Ferries and Steam Ycsselsas may he nccessarv*  .//y ./ vy/' ������������������.;/';.; ..^.DBAKE;& JACKSQ^,/":,  '������������������'��������� *' ' " '' ' . ' . ' -:.': \T * ly.y- Solicitors:"1'  / Yi#Qria. Bia,-24th'^nuary^:W2.y^./|^. ?f^:ja2T|y  :?. yMJSOELLANEptJS;  'Celebrated '"V *~ c   ,  j      ,/    D^cl^dhyCpnnolsscurfito.b*/,  y /'THE -ON^^'S^D^^OT^'wi  y Gautiohf against" Fraufli'���������The' success -.or? thi*  m Csti;tl ol ic i ou Si ta n<l -;,; ,u liri vn 1 l,e f I: Coil ii i in en ti.jiavini  C������i used per tni nd ealers toyapply; th ������ na hi e of, f f'Wwbea-  , t^fjh'ire. Saiico*������/to: tlic*ir o/wh Tu teribr'com pouilM1 tbi1  public; J a hereby Iei lor tried that thi only way to wi}  onte..tho gonuinc. i s to j : -���������.������. ���������),' ��������� h;: y}2 , ^ y %*,j?i(4.,  ASKj'FOR;LEA:';&:PEB^  aii (I to' sc d: t.h$ tV jili e i r/n a m'es arpt 'irpo n -.th^Nmippi^  ^nKL^-STorpERyan'fVnoiT^K.^y'/v'"'": -:7������.i:) y *.y-->,'���������  yiScjnic 9* tho.foreign markets having, jb^^nsupplied)  '���������#* *k u;s pii rl on sconces tcrsh i r-c^aiice; uj>on th p wrap/  1>^ an U J ab el s qf.wjVl ch: tli fe ii am es/pf Lua2i n d Perri n a  Irnye .yhO>hyfforge(l^/Ii/ and/p.r g\ye Notice that they  ^havo f tt.rni s&edf th e'irc prr.Cspoii do nt s wi th* power; of  att������r n tsy^ ^.o/ta fee/ i;n. g.tan ^procee di n gs | against maxcj  PACTORERs rtn U vundors 0(i|.guc>^ or.any qther imi'tttt  tion sl).yw\}ic}) the i Vrfg htm a j/t > <?' Jnfr i n ge d.     /y,f-'  'Ask'fpr LEA & PERRINS'' Saiice and-see  Name  on  "Wrapper, LabelV Bottre/'and  y Stopper.//'vy:;'*^v yy-yy-y.-.y^Q -,������ y^y p.yyy<y  * Wliol'esalfi and for exportby< Ive ProprlotorstWbrl  c^t^-Cr^^and^Blackweli;^  byGroc^rsaaaOilmen^uniyerBally.  *-���������     - ^ *//. i  :;.(V...--:������������������'��������� ;V- '':-    'y?u        5 ."      '"  -; '-"yi/yi'     '-'���������   i        . V-V ' :��������� C  *,-'     J' ������������������  Van TolkenburghiH &;���������; Coh  ^  BarkervilCe, Richf i eld  ;/���������a^p-^:  Si^ii^iiiiisiE  my  ASUiPPLrO^THB  ALWAyS/ONvHAND/  v.-5y'-"y*-v^..:  ';-.-;yyv'/yyy?y;.  -. yv^'-yr '"'7.. ���������I'.'.-y/y.v  ]������f ITERS'-AND TRAbERS wlirflndjtto'tuelr-iadv  ItI * van t'ag'e 'to'p'u rW&k e'a/t 'ih i s'Stbre| where th ^re Is:  J'jstirriaLea Irtst ej?etiinjf;y/It As-  worthy,  of =re.  m������ rk /that-n 6 ty a single item^ wa*������^trti ckv pu t^~  ;^ie;Cr^ernnient got ajl:ibejr askeld fC(r, //'Xl-  X - it iS ru inbred that the ^Can adian". Tartff Will  ^o me into force -iii tb is ^roviobe^on^Saturday  ��������� iieXt.yyV.ry. -y-'rV..- :������-/������;���������.���������?��������� v-v'. -}!VV.2,yy; ���������;;'  . . " UNITED STATES/  New: Ybrkv March 22���������A: London le fetor says  ���������'the collaiiss of'the Tichborne iiriail Hb dtie/to  Want-of funds on the part of the claimant. {  y'- A SN Pelerstinrgfi/ letter says Russia almost  ^inani inously "sides wi tli ibe Uiiited 'States Un;  thye matter of' the Alabama :claims/abd VVash/  ing ton- treaty. '   ' '*��������� '.' ��������� ������������������:' '-',:'   yy  X; .Tfi^brMb^p&p^ra intelligence ^fitim?  Routnania stati n ^ that /th e p eTsecniip n of the  3e w a y'ati 11 cont.inu e& / A t: Leap a V, the ria,ti ve  Jewish /jwpulation/ .consistin^f nboVit 10,000 j  sou Is, il: w IVared won Id ':**W faro i������hed/ ih^ir  J}pg: tb in'fdr'ni'' tlieir friends and the public that they  have tab en the"' wel I: k no\v,n; pre rh'ises i ti; Barkervil le  so long J'avorablypatronised while in the occupation  0fr>lr N.Cunio. .., :/-y . ;.-y.y . ti. /;       ;,.; yyy.  Th& - Gelebrated  ���������will be: man u I'actu rod and so id by  tail iu its purity; aud :  XXX  Thehe^t  constantly kept on hand.  /fthcjctale aid  ars  w i 11 he al ways carefully : atte nided: ��������� to, ��������� an d the h est  Be������i������ vand Rc<M.imniacli������:ni>ti j>royitie4 for: tbnr . ciis-:  tom^n.;'.' ���������������������������''��������� ../'"'*/ /' '���������/        ���������'���������..0*W  ��������� .HAYBi been ;re<juesicd; ^y ���������seyeral r espec table, par-  JL /ties' who caU testify tb'tti^effl'cacyjdrfflyssy^tcm^  to again make public the tact^thhtfy ,/: ' ���������'���������'    ��������� / /   *������;  Moses5 Hair Jnyigorator  WILL PREykm BALDNESS/��������� /./ / ./->, .w';y  . RESTORE HAIR THAT IS BECOMING THIN"���������.;,'/  OR FA LL I NG OFF^ u n <i e (To c tn ally \,"  -'22;: CURE: SGVRP;OR:DANDRUFF. /'/ /  This is not a mere: assert!on en; my part, as I have  in my possession tin mero us testitnouials certifying to  tbe success of my reme<ly.  :: I do not t>f course pre ten Uyt hat I can make the hair  grow on iieatls.\vl|ich;have,bi������en bahijfor years ; but  I will guarantee to stop/ the hair from faliing off; to  iricrease i ts gro w tli, an d e H'ec t ual] vre move Scurf or  Dandruff.; . .  W:.-D. MOSES.  /'"/;/ /'/.'./ ". / /. ;.."- Barkerville,B.C. '  . ..CERTIFICATE/-; /    ; ... ���������'",  .This is to certify that during last:spring my hair  was rapidly fall ing but and ���������my head ..was -f������st beconi-  ing nald; when I.applied to Mr W/D-MOSES,Barber,t  Barkerville, who in a few weeks restored my hair to  its former healthy stnto 1)AVJD GIBBONS  Barkerville Dec. 29,1866 ./"������%IV    ,  NOTICE.  y.A'LL .PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE .undersigned  'A .for'BEEF will please/pay to Mr" A. PENDOLA,:.  who is-smthorized to receive all-'debis diie���������.'me.aird'ro-  ceipi'"fOr th* sam^i���������'--���������'  ;      D. KBCaLB.  gL^afl" - vy   '     ���������    to$4.lm  of the1 very best descrlptioiii-oh-c-hapjd| and/ the fst^ck .  constant ly replenish ed iby h ew^irri viilai:,: The proprie*  \2:. .������������������*/:���������..   -^tbr.wilUselJGood^/s'y^1:'* y//' ������������������  AS CHEAP  ASyANY IN  iCAB300^:  Orders promptly, filled and, forvvarded .with;  J. oWyLINDHAKR  w  f  GroceriesV Provisions  m,  I)l.E!Fb:-T;i/:Fy^:iit.;'  m  #  lev,

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