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The Cariboo Sentinel May 10, 1873

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ADVgJlTlsiMfl ;: ;V.*'���������;y'r -.]>������<*  'y;,&:>i}$A.;AiZ*A^  one month,'  '���������'-;.- ��������� .-,:.;:'-/'.' ���������/-iirM/fivi-ji?*.������������������- ��������������������������� ���������������������������.' .,..���������'���������'....v.-.-iv.-.--..' ���������/:.-.;  Agents for fihe "Cariboo Sentinel.''*  iaide>-li,U-i ilv&.+ Uuu a.^iib.*--liAnnep^  ' -^if^W**^ 's Express  lva,%t Sl&tti'rd's Express  '/' ���������������/��������� c- Barnard |ss Exjjre^s,  ���������..- >;..��������� ��������� ,s John Murray   .  .-^lassKi '!*������:������:&(&&- 4'/: -&-^S^i  p.i*":������lqi������������������������<>��������� i-,:-;-   -.,     San Franc(seO;  ..��������� -::V-> '* i- SO CornhiIlrLondonv fe. C.  Clinton^   ���������    ���������.���������i������''-������  Yale^       ���������    -v/i>:  New Westnttoster/  iViflt^ria^,"  arriyedf1to-day!from!the%reek of the Atlahtib.  fje if^ej^fias been almost blown to pieces  with4 powder, _ Large quantities /of g^ods  wece reeiiy^e^^^9?fliy������> :Fburl������eih bodied  sWere/febrought up on Tuesday, and 22 yeatert  day^ MM^t/?o|ntbeLwem  miitilated and were immediatelys- buriedi /Tbe:  A,--   , y^.MmEy,yA.   \l!^  \-:-Xbndon^M^  states;���������y^i^e^on\My^if^^^:ol New  !^Qtb Wel^ ^ib^en  rangemen tSvjfor- a perm&nenttmaU service be/  tween Caiifonaia,an.di4Hstra^tt' !p^  E^ Louden, May 2���������In the House of Comujons  ^-nifeb^ljo'ftl George Hamilton Ccalted at-  tention/td the TVeafer bf>1846j which under  r,������-^%f.  / 5ff/i '^V> 'rtetfoiM, v/.f;lf ;;^<r;;H /v5r^^//'J-//ni  ...  ,   mf.W|5^/ *v^'^^'DEaIiBRjijsJ-   '.'"-' &/**<>o&'-; /���������  t/ff^ '''������������������*iii !m' if^ *'*-!J'itf ���������������������������'fJ> i^'rir-i/' ^ Vj^ifr'^ f ������������������ -"^ '**; ^ily')' - '"^ifll:'.: -  Beg^to4i&orm������their frfenos ^ndlSie^pujbJieSnit'thft,.  have taken the^well-known::premise% InvBwkcpjviIfo.'  ,0ean k 0oi\  ^J.fStreet, *���������-���������  CARIBOO SENTINEL  teci'  j- .Cards,CircularsjjPpsteraandPrMramsi<������sfor  , Balls and Theatrical Entertainments  ���������     'i^;.'//>S/;///:;/^/;:-^/::S'::;/  ^^Executed wjth neatnesj^  ;/  ^ terras: nipderate/  /He,regretted that England had allowed up'ofi  .t^t^part^f y���������,j Oregon treaty,an interpretation averse to the just claims sbfiEngland.���������,  ������osar ieBtrait^lbtt^a^vl^6^  known navigable^f(dhinoeJJ:betiw^en5 Oregon  aa^AY^p^uyer^^Matt^ caud benca was| un/  d^)ubteAly*tbe^channel meant in the treaty ef  1846rbut-had got unaecountably-excludecl W  the arbitration. ; S  Londqrii^Mayr .M^her^tearaer Hiber-  nia l^ft?6nyttfer^thW:ftpairtheFr^eb  cable. The JGpat Eastern and Edinburgh  leay esto be fetfer pjrrt^ff the im^ntnf to/1 la J  fliV^,^to1etrom"Vafe  v^^e^sHfe ,oMii^  ^f^J������^"!^|fe-^r^i^giSKpyp^^^  ���������������������������'. -��������� i of fine beef^cattle for ;Barkerville,fA(  'f>, I  ofkfTtDiirgv  inburgh willproceea to lay two new cables  between tPlaceirttia,iNewfouDdlan(l^nd:Cflpe  fireftiii mm reported 'fcnii^tattek- will bQ  #U>bd/mna(aetnred^  i������t--d%i'.^i.U yr^- i^-.-^i^yy'^V} A^y^'L^<?i .::���������-//  will be always/"caVenilly/attendedno,-.and the besti  Beds; aridraccommodationi provided, foi-ttheirc.cus  ]-tffJ.H"; "WJO   O.i   ..n04.i<i?fS"iiJ!.J^.STlj������������������ \HJl.ilS*yur  r/ti enam r?'^lill o isw, ������-������jgi* ow, j < ������������������ ,i?>a'/-f^;t.fhi -   -  ^ r.^fsf J r*f ftv --rod" ~ ^'sfUiit uAyirrruU.AJ.il^l Aitt  ^^ LILLOOET ONIONS anfd!MfA-NS  bU'btfnd?^ '0AW������', S'\ ^^-, ^- ^'-^Inbas'.'  ? $i'j*eit ,iuu i-ii>. A'^i;(f������-)t,,K,iujiu   -/nwai ���������   '  ya ������������������fijfijo^'hq,- ffet^" hvi^t:i'd} -./l'������ , nsat-si,-;-  i lot** *n ti I -vr^������t   ejj'tfi:'!   in'' J* t 'i   <>it*   Ma      :';:'  r'������Jai^-ii^pt):I :' .''^>: ni. - ��������� sri It)^--:; '-1 '���������?!- ?k&s/.,, : ���������  *m  Rf-11-3  >por  forcing ae^SQtbe Ajlanticcand; across Sthe  titF ibtStf '>S^#^nl5e?bef6w  StTetersbAirgh, ^May 4^4/dispatch from  'eterspurgt._  i^hlepoftskbsft thyclnfliittin march)ntr  J ;,,,  ���������  H  Hi  ii  11  IS  IP  ml  ^S  wl  imSi  wMmm  wm  Hi  .!f ;rriaila/'aud:>!.������xpK^%rived^fWat 2p;ra.  day.   The up stagejC^rrjestbe/ollowing,  . hYt':^<--,/^^ ���������/ ^passengers:      ���������,'.,-  / Mr;E<fward8 and wife, and^Mr 0avies, |for  vfiCfiehe Greeks iMr*d?reind,v for Kant loops 5 |Mr  A; McLeaaan. for Barkerville ; Jaa. Robinson  and ''^t(������&'-jitifd'^.fDodgsj^/i(^ MPJ  Ke1^eWd.\wlK^midr������n^t6f Greek;���������  ^ii^Bpthj" stages lea$e --lllift^i^^ "^PXWiyjV/' r'  -     J  Fearsbn^fl np ex press arrived atfipiriuCwith  '*���������* /Messrs. Miller and Hardy: ^r^bda1 Greek;';aki  1 jr^a^hg^;;and?leftat^p;ni:- '^^-'^^ ���������  J M:! '^ "ylctoria; May 6^ A'special-teVthe Standard  ��������� vnates for a Custom bonsePand^Other/ public  .��������� :.;for,a fogubell at!Gape^Beaie Lighthouse;- a:nd  $6000' Wi..^etQ������^/ba'rbQr. /-No money ^ras  ^yWiffi ttr t^ef'hbw��������� steamer IbrrBritish Colnm-  v,rbla.   The deUga^/ifVoo^JPrincW/Ed^   I*}aud are reported to be on the^ way-to; Ottawa to.secureradmi^ioo. r JBarliameht Mill  be prdrS'gifetF:ffaMt$-/ffie =15*". and 2$th  y:rMay.T',rNOf <news,jhas l^e^n ^reeeiyf d a^ttaw a.  , Vbf ��������� theisuccess of ^ir: Hugh/Allan'a missiouj to  ;- ��������� ������������������ negotiate 'the. rail way--loani ���������/J /���������.,;/'J:"' *:-,. ���������>*������:t M . ���������  /.: -^J������"e?^b."'j^Keta \/xec������Ive4L:./inftd.wrlr>riti S������;tiir3a.y  : frobit Naakjmb ���������ihat'lSuperihtende^  Bui Hvan had * arrtved>there' -from Alert iBay.  / /having 1 in his custody J, Tv McGrath, wboi is  charged with beating4tf Indian eo inhumanly  ' thai'be,diea,'8h;or^ frbni the: ef-  / fee ts of tbe;> eating.   The reason, assigoed by  XlcGrathforth������ act is that the Indian had  stolen; sbroe time previously; a -Quantity' !of  hemlock bark belobging to MeGratb1/ When  * ' ou the way dowdV-We'Siiperiritebdent,; in,; thei  e yecu tion of, bis dn ty t intercep te4 an Indian  . /babp,e:.cdnta^oi^ and  . '; when about to.bapUire the>whisky, whichihe  r *������eceeded in doing, be was fired upon by the  / Ibdtabs^^'"Sblif^vah/r^tuined the^fire>iid shot  '   "two1 of' nis j assatlahts vdead. < We shall learn'  <  lull particulars so^ &>. vr s :i v, i.;>.---'-;^:t'  ���������' ri  '������������������   Advices have been'received vfrom Ottawa  ���������"������������������IV ���������-���������>'A~rr'-f'���������-;    ��������� '���������-'--!      ���������"'���������-':������������������ ���������  t!������'^ r-^-tt'^t jm>fr<v;t;'^fT-Wq  i>j^ol Aiiikyift^  ^f%'te;:;,m-,,&,M^  .m:;  thatfepointfa^ainstdCbbdiyato  eiw^regress^ofllyr50^eratarp^  -? Yt^Sft^ay f ���������Cajft. Belva^ridyljfc.Jobrtsori,  arrived from :the:ft bnt this .afternoon. ' They  Ht Gen. 6!1le'm?s^nWdb;urtrTters on Tuesday  morning;: We learn tulat there has been no-  |lrJ,Cdo^Bio>.tI^baJleogbe^  thing/is quiet, and no policy , of fighting: Ihe  Mndocs lias been aettled upon.���������'.. /The  ^yalis^hei-ij^usejegs^ fijrbt ^en^jui;!  m tin tier, UniM* iat p nrstied. i/E vgfiteeibodies  axe known to,still lie oh the fteld /of battle;  ��������� Alji#b |*mi ^ W sfeftbgu^an ^vBa^^i^reeks���������  baveleft, deserting their ranches.'\^A\lUsQ,\ x>  : Ne'w^drtel?4fay 3 ^FelixsSrunot. chairman  ot-the. Indian ^Gommissiohers,-^ivesitas hi������  opinion that the rumpts of a threatenedln^J^// \  dian wa^are^roun^l^ss, andjhat nearly- jalh $. 0 j/V-m  reports bt" WdWfiJutragesiare^^ untrue.   He  says 8peculatdrs are greatly to blame for the  T5frsln1'rfnjrag8s&>He exptesleg fa-pi^j&vai  oP tie^p'olicy oi^President Graiifatf^says;  tour years of such^pplicy has proved it efflj  cient except for a few nomadic tribes.,  He is  opposeoVtOitberldeapfholding:the whole In*  dian rac% ac^mtaDley Writhe'acts of in&i-*  3' 0- <" -fAc : ������KT Y* I A fhi t i*X 1?  .^.r^;. l^-.i--,;���������-.?;,i><.'C .-  ,-  i;,. ;.. I^1?{  5 -fi W  Ami  ���������;t<^3stf 0>l_������iA. ..?3',,-:, :>:a,.,  *S OXn*A^D/WELI^raOW^'ESHtoISHllEt?r.  -"!!'!' pfHv^-f WpT -/ /::'':^'": i- ���������  i?r*������9 '>*!-.; rjrjs:^  ���������:?s.-:.'.  Ii;i, j,7j_,,, :i,u^v. vjfva������������������������������������{,,,io(������7^f^^A'i-'-��������� f^*^fefj '-nriP^ *������ -a1w "*!. ~:  ttf .axe** ^cyn ftu w. - j*?  '' tagesuoi������^./s|iien-';  ���������-! '.  s--f.  >v?i';;,-:;;V^v:-;;^rj-V>v,^^?w-f-.-r'v//' ^������^^-/'' ;v^:/'-'  //-"vA*  ',/'���������l*!"^2^yr*-������ ,v-"i/^ ��������� ���������'" f������7"/'. 1 *������  ;^=-ri.-.^,r^ffi  ���������"'���������^S^rttVOOOBSOK.'  V-.;;^:-!,  ':   by the Custoifas author! ties ^ in; rep ly; to a tele-  * gram' sfeht frdtn bere a day or, two ^slbce', | to  prohibit tlie importatibb of horses/on account  of the horse disease,' into .British Golumbiaj.  A drought is anticipated by-the farmers of  so me of the Isleirid distrfcts, abd 'conseqtiedtly  vidualB-o^foc ^depredationsipf-j one tribe,  and bVfi������Jtf.tlTO?Getf. ^Sheifidan's ideas ;of  the^treatment of Indians, are- ia ^ccordauee  witn-thto of President Grant; ' " r /  . .vOixon, JUinois^May 4-^WbU������^wo.hundred  neHons"werol assembled eh^a bridge to wit  ness the.rite of baptism, the bridge suddenly  gave vfAy and precipitated th������spectatovs into  the stream .below. The scenerwhioh ensued]  was indescribably 'ternbte/'astheitniggling  victims endeavored to .disengage'themselves  from the ruins of the'bridge "and from "each  other^iiJL^rge,cxdwds:,��������� on, the banks rushed  wildly to and fro, many, of them<so distracted  with terror asSOHbemnable toirendetjiany assistance* Others, more self-possessed, speed*  ily brougbt ropes, planks and boats, and went  -nobly to- work* Some of those who were on  the bridge when it fell were so near to land  that'they were-able to reaebfctre -bank with out  aesistaiicW ;iwbile: others -were; fortunately  within reach of those on shore. Up to 6 pirn.  32 bodies had been taken out. It is almost  certain that there are others stiUiroder the  wreckvof the bridge.^ywenty^r were rjeai  cued alive, but more or'less injured, some  fatally.   Up to midnight no other bodies bad  they are1 hot ���������butting' ih the usual ouantityi of been recpv������r������$,   Thesgeaeral estimat������ of ihe KOa]  TgjC^tlO AiWM'1% A A\ //: /'  .j.I :%^y t\&~*&rt������'"&'.M'i)h !'^:-*J^W%!* pi:-'  ;^!!; -r'< K t'i^i^ii^}^ ^ip^bn^A  .r2"fvf.i^'������ .���������-:-  yuntzyff  . EGTO ANN6TOCE TH^T TH$,tHAtE Rf kOVKB  >   to the spacious premises:formerly :krib'wn as" the1  St.  George Saloon/ Where 'they'''Will^be at all tlme^  prepared to furnish ���������'.!������������������=���������.���������.��������� t ���������., ���������: ��������� ��������� i ���������.;'?. ,; .1 *rg  ,| ff.   r'-"  OARD- AN  JSAIiS^  ^ .'M  ������������������IT.  ������������������.r"t  5i}'?.iRiWEi./i������?(^v^"i^ i-'ft^ *Tf* kyxA tljiti ���������  m^ yiU\!J^y.iA*. &) mtm*n ^tiiju<f:J^K<^;.  fA>i".'fftn6^i'efj:o' -'io;a.^r:arfo;j(irm)L<io-;^o vfev.;'  .) .-^^tl; ^'svf.off f������-������i*)'i-f: \o; i n^vTok^m^aiji -vi{: /  >.7cir-..if> '..hwmw/'^"'i'^''^^^' HUio^iv^i'MW''  ^l-F-nqw/vfi ;;l^;B:a;^v ������*iU n\ u-5/iVhnw/lnyjis' ��������� -:-:.  UAai' :h\- -mwil ���������.'f^\ikAii������'������ /''.Trriiu:*t*-' rSub-' ������������������ -' ���������  ^'l^l'.S .IVfiVftltil- ::'!:J'v*-i;������Vjyi'f?T^';���������<';' ''*H-i^'nlrv;-��������� ^floIT-L' ������������������;'-  j-Uv- ';w^l'-|UH^rMl' '(#tei.,/! ij.j^Kii^v  74"-(^! <-^ii nK'Jv\';/>;i^i .^0fih'^:j^':Mfli  VWi;. "if;"   vrtOi-r  :!j.-'i^>:. ;n-!' ���������'; '"��������� i.?r  ' V...   <..,-���������      ,|'' X;    J     .'     '.���������'   ii''.  3    ifii-tii.V������  i'-ff?���������/.���������/'������  I-,:  in-  * <A?  TTTTv^i.:^-^"- Ax; Hi}y$M'&.  -.;-.**-^ -> j'*i> f -��������� -: / ���������''i'; -; ��������� '^*   * m ���������*��������� i?.  vT'he S BAR-.-;furnished with -i-t!i2r.-&a43t.,-.-WI'NES;  UQU0BS andClOAKS. ���������'>:;   u;Ai     ' *  T - *f ���������. v;  12 Tti&f  W.WHT-H ^ I a-  A SUPPLY QFiTHE^v'  .'-?   f^.;1,^ h.-r.:>:-i:H^  '���������{'-rfSi^  n-o  '^WAtSOK.HA^BV  -j-;' ��������� ��������� \>  Km  ,*  :^]r?t������>-^iiii!j  ������^.:> -ill;  ...'-<���������/  *'^"*'"^'"-^^3Z//'"^?*s:'"r*r������: ^: :A/S '.ift'Sesr^sir"^  YU%tSp>  htf*>X  mm  wmimmmB^M  te  ^$0t^^^^M^M  ; ������������������ lj" ^ih^^ a  .'���������V' y\  . e '-���������  i:/   /Vv//    "i,'A -//,    ';/  It has been our pleasing duty within the  ��������� rpasfc few/months to record -the initiation:. of  .���������    two, enterprises in the lower country which,  ��������� ��������� 'eemiot'^  / OTd:n���������teriai;ad  ,- ��������� and a s<nnl*> of profit Ito 'the ihareholders  Wo afliide to the receS  tare of Beet Root Sugar, and in Victoriaj<u\a  Coi^pauy 'for the" matinfacfure of Leather*  : Boots, Ao.   These articles are largely -UB^to  .. ihePrpyince, and. their manufacture, will, not  '^^nl^i^w^^lqraent to a large number of  people and yield -good4 returns for the capital  invested; bat be.the^steppinK-stones to building up other permanent industries;In sour,  v midst The want of permaa^liii&Sfip^ihM  :* v,Wen/tbf/great 'drawbaelc-to/osir;''rapid 1 ad  ' ��������� ��������� <:yftvj������j@B������ i %��������� for It Is a .well;, fcrtowh. Jact that  --:1ittn|^^ rooney',  In thei^ne^ todelflew^  rty Ju U������l?i nbia *������ tb ��������� u &irre?> IfrH L^d heW  '"' *���������-ont^more ��������� fndnoem&%!*^  ?ilffi   I; |    ilia . S   /   ,    !  ������������������>:;; rlt.hss long been s matter ok surprise; to  -"antou tbaT:/a;dva!iiaf0 Urn ^rV)eftre"been  taken of  the jmr������i stouk principle byj the  '���������    | e r������p te of -/ tbi������ Preys nee -1<  es gage ju i c^tc r  i 'yMMS'Mikm Wali'MItted- ?oVsin;.Canada,;  and the Eastern more particularly^  i ery to w b  s i & d *s dl w & t. b oasts on. I'% ] c u������ r  //>Wck'-'^  leg for whi������h the -OTov^t Iwdlfe^itsha^  ��������� edapfei *': fcajj tea in;;;Bnf'ish Columbia, with  ���������r* /������11 tbe"i&e������,v jgaryjnijt nJs ^ Abundance, and  a good marketto supply* no united effort;has  -    ijrar % Bi"   macte   t^t quite frecefetly   b  j'reateand testes  any  permanent bcaoeh^i  IMmirf, Wfie}Weftfm ������f������tfie majority; of  ..   our ^citizens appears*\o have^been -present  // /������ilS^1S|l|Mi?c������f -������.|8SStfy>l|/#lBfel3'lte������B  :~':' regarded'thw^ei^e as 4i strangers/? bfd'i  ^V claims Upon/them, /.'/^/-V *. "    : >:''a-������k  Tto, s#p>J   *   mi   presen)   i^marlrsj-Is  '"'1 bldrawllhe aifeft������io������ of ftbcieCabfa^iwWe  .-iaAtheimaiteKto/a^o  * 'tnean'sVor^the pofl^bie emplbymebtof capi al  wbieh would also i secure-.ffie rapW and A'dr  t eessfo^ d&n lopir^tit of on? chief iindustry���������  rgold mining.   The results of the operations  iy:$ ot-%������:-|a|t _ few tyeara MV Cariboo show ��������� tK|  .    absolute necessity for the introduction gen er'  ^*'ft!lsr'or steam-power in- order Kto work the  ^mfees ;to/advan^;^nd^ ayoW^ttie^pr^nt  *"  afiacyiOg out unavoidable/ stoppages -caused  by want of water to jnove wooden machinery,  ���������freezing up/o^-flumei,' &c/; 6o one'creek;  eiloce���������Lightning���������there is room,for tbeena-  ���������rptoyment of a large number of steam-engines,  a nd the formation' of a company for0 the pbr-  pbHe of supplying this requisite power a\{d  .. thp neces8ar.y.:pumpm^jnachinery-would not  oftl jC be a "safe and profitabl e investment for  capital, but the reimlls to the country wpijld  .%-$$ inejllcujftble* rjW^^whlchvlt now/1*keB  4 ** years of cod tiriuous labor to perform would,  byftbei: employment of steam power, be e6m-;.  pieted alrapst withip jis many months,,and the  ' v^iftg^fr|>ttl>;^be^ne8-|^ii^fs|)|ediiyde-  velope d/would seek -other means of investment, and add to the general prosperity jqf  Bucce8s|ully|hj������ been Entirely lost light of. j  It certainljf-dcpuot say muohfqr the enter-  Irlae bf* British/ C6lumb^% M $M  ^you^ihilwant has ion|been?fel| no per  aq||pb|^^jrf^^m^  efterprilb/or;copfidence;-in -the;country^-to  Inlpfe a moyemeiit of tbifikinfl.  The mines  jot Cariboo arerich, but-the pt9W*y ?/ |e'  veldpmeht;mu8^s^lic^^  ^acermfthe /-a^1^V^.tB^ri^ fM^^  ery to work thaift   -  i'A Jf$i ./���������''": ;/;.:'.; f/V'^A1*'/ ���������,"., . ��������� ���������'���������*. - ��������� - /, . -  -Death of Mr' Fit2Gbbald.���������We regret^  announce the sudden death of Mr wiM*.  Fitz^rald/Slipendiary/Magistrate and Go d:  .Commissionerfeatv Omineca. v^Bfe ^ifegeraia  ���������wasMnative of; Quebec; and came to ^rihsb  GolumbjainI������*50, since .which time he, has  filled various biBcesundtr the Government of  thb; Province,; the duties of which he pert  foroted^^witbrcredit,/tp^himselfj andj,tpim  Batisfa^iouoTtn^  ous friends hero the sad newa was receiyed  with heartfelt expressions, of sprrpw.  .N?W ADyERTISEMB^ffl.^/v;/;  c|:.|r :/|^^^  T>   ^/��������� ",/'   ..  '^ovuilalSeCTetary's'ife^';.!  A ���������yA) :r:l-':V' t'    Ur  f$&tyt^Mty  >������M'i!,*rilWnevi the/u rak9nattt!i0o^mor}^������ been  hfRetiiniug Officers /tor the several Electoral  Ds  ^l8ioD8 of ������f The Mciu^ ^ern^y ^ ^|8 ������  A./cAKIBOO^ames tloSsay1rS^|'Hr '/���������S ji//4/  ���������"/'^n.T^OET--A.W;'Smttht,;fi^q.^ ..  ��������� "KOOTEKA-Y���������Corneltus^Baotu, B8<l. ^ ;���������;,:   .  ' .^wSfeSfflffi^ AND PISTEJC^  ���������;5 inytb-;  provincial SecWtary,  /MISCELLANEppS^  a-  5fi3  -^provincial Swr^tar^'^OfflCBj  Fagien^i^^rl^  //  ^v.y!.;;f/,1^.vTOL.-UWVa/^i^,'|r       '  / /^r^^vili������ ^r������������ale  ()������ OKkABOUT.  ^EWTSBviRTISEMBNTS.  faiiii^a  iss  no  ,,% s (Carrying Her Majesty?e Me Ils,),^  j JEYer/Sunday Mormng^  Freight and Passengers.carried   through^,,at; the  iwe6t-pos^blejrat^.i'a'f.y ' yy-yyjy'-h\AAA< ^Aj.  ^ For-rates^f /Freight-\M passage, apply f^W  Espreps  Office, Barkerville, >uid.n^;,   fl - UB^ :  HABD?S; VAN WINKLE;   ' " '^> u'  flA        ' JA3. A. NEWLAND, Agent,,  toylO Bark������;ryiily  a OARlBOO^Jonn Bowrba, K������4������������.  01^:^OOTENAVr-Cor^cltas, Booth, K������|^,h?/-        i;  rAJ''^ALE-^Wm.v.Teaeue,Jirfq.U,  >,.���������,;. jj.j^j.-. ���������*  lilLtooET :-A.-/w. s?toith,/E8g^;4;.. ^-o-.;;^.  HW^WlSSllttlSSTK^OflT^AWV BISTRICt-  ,T7  ytfit?  DPPE? ^RASEe^lSpi  ;;ntteif������::THE:-simMEB'#  Ar SODA CREEK-ON THUBSl^AYS,;  ;���������  As boor as DDsiihle after the arr^aJ of BAKUABD.  fe.Oo.'- Stages   and.  ^^ _ ; '   ^lv     , Jsi''-1  The tinaersljjn'ed hope, by a strict attention,to  -'ousiiie'Bp. to merit a continuance of tne patronage,  ���������ntiu;ertri*^n^  '": , / iFreifenl/pcV tonf > /t'-/^:i/'-/^:- -/'- :.l^ /1/'  ���������' Passage,    .-      -   '-- ,    --   i:-?:       $3   )  /     ... j 0RANT &  ABKDTp.;.  ,-i^da:ereek-'ARrihl^l8T^ ���������    fr;^V-������^Wfln>K;  J  <M  country.  :'The".1anre  kp tracts;of; mining  ^ro^m'd* oh^LighW  rich, >nd the permanency to mining property  established by the7 hew Mining Law, will be  ample Bec^rity, for mflcjiinery furnishedito  eorapani^s on tiniel 'M preient ttiere is bntone  firm In the Proyinbe engaged in the manufa<������  tore of steam machinery, and we preanrae'  their capital would not allow, of any large  arabnnt of enterpriser but a joint stock ootn-  pany with the necessary capital could he organised without.difficulty, and would receive  a liberal'jnpport froua/^������ l^rmers, miners,  and hiis^ness people of tbe upper country  We-have had, numerous associations for the  ^roseetit!.o;h.;of:; mining ' on/an .extensive scale  la this Province, hut the advantage-of'an  association for .the manufacture of ih������ amen mining  q ro u.a,E>,fjP,B; 6 S &??  Delivered to MberalpnHhe^ folio wing o^^  Aatlert Oxuininiham^ Stevens^ Beggs Q-ulch,  5-ft /    ,?- ���������   .;'-' ',:-:   .  ty$*\:-;\'-"    /��������� %^. .���������-} "-^ . u  ^^T^CNwrts^d^t^lit^Store Wlllv!a9;u,5uaMl>e  of the best -quality and at the lowest market priced  Grouse Creekj Jray'10p873. myl02m?;  ���������* v  \ CdXJRT OF:Q-ENERAL ASSIZE, AND  A Gaol Delivery, and of Nisi Prlus,-will bo held at  yoach /6githe:p ndermentioned places as: folio wsi/fixcepi  tbewnjaheaer^fecbingeajjyjO^  V SPRING CIRCUIT. L f  : New Westminster, Wednesday, May 14,    .  ;    Yti%mb<\hKmtfm-?^y������v$y.  r ������������������'���������] /Ly^/^nrj������laji-;May <$, ���������% A 'iAAX,   ' ��������� '"���������'. /'"/'/'  .   Eaniioopv- WadTnesday, May 28f  /^Clinton, Monday, Junn3....  Quesnelrabuta, Friday, Jane 6;/;. ];;.  ���������'; RtcbfleJd, Tuesday, June 17. t"  ;' / y A/ (?A" / * r  ���������V'iHy   .\ \ ^ALL^RGOlTv^ ' '������������������-   ���������. /  Richfield,Tuesday, September 10. /ii  Quesnelmoutli, to be ttxed hereafter, If any b������sK  "' ',      '   neas.- '   ��������������� ���������- ���������'������������������-             . ���������   //  Clinton, Thursday, October 2. . S A  Kamloops, Tuesday, October 7.  /'^ytton^SJonday^OctoberiS.^ ���������'��������� fJ\ ' i'-U  Yale; Thiirsday; October 16. " ' ��������� ' " f,;t  New West minster, Tuesday, October 21.  .:..Assises at Jfanairoo and elsewhere will, when aecesr  sar^be hbreafterViixed.- "..;//���������/'.'. '.'//������������������'/���������'"'-J \  ;/1na^:jkjM;^irif^������ril>it^ ���������/":��������� ///���������/��������� '>������������������ ,'/"/"  By command,  & ���������������������������" '��������� ���������:- ">:\ ������������������'���������''���������'- 2 **. '���������  JOHN ASH, ;���������/'���������  '. mylO.*.L  ,,     ,-. .,- ,     '-,:ProvincialSecrotary.  LIGHT������N G    CREEK.  /ijiyhr  ^-.^���������^������������������cominana,^'-^^-^^';-^.:--1:'-^  ���������$���������$ :,;.s;5\\<!l~.&?t,W-;;*QWl;.A$M\'' ':  -    yVj fyf fProviacialSecreiary.'  :i' ��������� ���������     ���������'  '''     '   ''pro'vlaciaiSecretaryrsiOnlcet    (  ������������������   ' '������ ���������   ,J' "'   " ..     . /19th" April, 1873, '-  H' "iSBicenexiey 'tae' Lieutenant Ooverniir has beea  * pleasedto make; tli^following 'appolniments:���������/  Benjamin  Douglas  and ' Robert /b. :; Mjsilpii&g,*  Enquires; of .Yale, '.-to-be Coronera for tlie Electoral  'District o^- Yale.jS>*��������� A:y -;r/-i i-'^'yyyui -vyyy -./.-.  , C^ Booihy/EKq!, of;:Kooteniy^ to be^Coronerfor the  .Electoral Dlstrict.otKoptoa^y-' ^ yid   kl -*.;>; ���������  ":: '   '   ''    '. " By bumnmnur*'"-"  "r"'   <?-.-'''"   , r  ^'//.'^!,-^-./ :.,lJii...-.-/1'/jU4V :.^^f^JOH^ASH,//" ���������  ���������^WlOi/.^V.^i'i^;''.'^' 'rf>^^',3 'Prbvlnclai ������'������cretary^  And cdnnoctlii'g at' Qwancjmbuth! and Tale with the  *..-!*��������� ���������������������������,���������::*:.v  , '^-/" Steamers,/   . X   ���������' '  ii^ililES^EDAIiBAGENW  H;J  E. PEARSON M';itiJio;,  apl9;Im  AAyyy^^^^r^yyAAy:  ���������:/(���������',  'V?/*''   ���������/'-     ;���������;   t'.-,'-.-..'.'-^i '������������������^;.������v--t"V   m'|V      :'w.'t j)7j-'v'.,      .  SSyAyrBs^ :/B otei^ :^  MOH T NINGH, OR|lp:  WISHING- ������0 'GLOSE^tOUT ^TSE' Buai  >>nesa,Noffers mrsul^tbesuaiey-Hotel i*w,   -**  :-..::.'':-;/S!/i)"fK'K^^  IJB^^^EKERVliia/i^iLY^  y," >yn "> \ yui   ^yyJ^uki b\w yy������A  AND *  porlteiros^enqaire onHbo/premlF^i*  'HP  VWii  .-TO BBiHELp;?A3'  yoN'  ^^d'aii'S^'ii^M?^  "-The Purses ^aniniiht /to- p ver '^ven; Huh^lred  Dollars. ������������������,'t--.-/-^ />v'-- 5'-'^*"-.'������*^i*- -f.'1.,i' ^^:*i'}.i.  'cV?^g^Forparticiilftr^;seeTsfnaHSHlSiF   j/:j  :^-'O0l5  ;;i :!'f ?/; "Er^������!I.)SH:;DRuosr:'';:'������/ '������������������  P#M alier -s "Life j^th^H^ir  : ;;f ;^ coptiH" Lp2:isNf(Bs, ;M,"|p/; ;���������; -! v  ���������!'"f '-������:;Ui  tra^p$e(J and; Filled^  1 ^ ^^Prescriptions and Pern lly Recipes ac-  cnrHte1y.prepared."'-"^--vt:-:n t>-.. ? :������������������.'��������� ;;.V:"*���������/.}���������*;  / Barkerville/Nov. 20, ������I872^> ��������� .   ��������� hoX3  ANP  :.������//.  :til&HT^#^I^&^^?i^  k'j  /Passai?e;^2yfoVihe>onnd trip/ $3. J  "Frtjkht'taken-Itr.lovv.rltefl.g/: v?     r  :Spi2 *���������* -y-AKi u.;h^o. widm^T.  ^tOTPIGElS-HEREBT'Q-ITEN1; THAT TOE  li  Xopartnerjjhip.1 itr^AoCnreJesttftlng:������"botwe^ii/J, < <.  CAIiLBREATH iii^l J* P.-,HAflOCS, Farrarr^u������i��������� ^r  lh������ Firm of OUl^i%V^..:fiawk8^l8;tlii|d^  by-mutual(C^mcnt,^/^   fH-if, ^  "^^���������^Ajyjce;-  >iime"  cQunU ������-- v.- ...>.������.������ -.._.,.  .   .. ^rp  /iftJ./C.CAliLBRRATH;  .. -^'-".; >���������. * ' / " f k  */' -" #** J. F. HA:WK8*> ��������� -^  ���������WltnVtss'^5i?Bm.Cli:'"��������� ^^^-^ftW^. l������- ^. -^ ������  ^msfivW;/B;?:C^ApriI'lfttBil87^  ^*r\Ar.lil,,.M:l;,.,>*< iA  i A l^y>>>^A  /'/   ./.>������������������-..���������  ������mtual,cons(>iit, ./,-.n y^ - %U :?'-n.??,-', -,4* &*<?.:: J -��������� ���������  'Jt\V HA WJCS will, coniinue'the.busine������;^n������v as  e-all')t^hiIliibsof��������������������������� tlie FiVm,/and^q6.Uect^������ll uc-  ������'������,?��������� ;?.T-.-.- '' '   '  .'.*:���������;;*��������� ������;U-;;������������������:',' ;'.  QEALED' TENDERS "VvTl'.L^BE received  \Jif>hy imun^Jvrstgneil^ap;to'U9tli^Miiy-sl873. i������T  the:rigliti,o^,maintalniog;a W^XrliM S&rMV)* f,f  'fori* years/ aenss.Fra^e^Kjv^r,Jittpr^near|<9*u^n,?l'-  mouth.,: '��������� - / -"%/-;;-' ;//���������/:, *'. K'h *' r^y^-^-y ,  :���������,- The saM. F< rry t<> bejworkod by ,tiorse*powert".������nd;  to/btj.Capabl ofof wrryjug not less.:than ten .pack .ail-;  iuals and-tlii'lMoadfrr,*'���������**"~%. "A*fi ���������*. '/";"*: /.-...���������  o Tlie Ferry right.to extend-fpra dlsiarice'of^������liTroU������8  ^ibovea������i}J>',l(WiQu:,sneltnoutlt.iC) o ?i>? ss/^ P  *' 4 Toii'li'W������,tu, stateilicfrem.proposed,/theSvrateof;Mill  fbr'p4������ss.i,nR'irs,./?������h/lmuLs, an lt-1roiglit.a Offtc^rs'- aud  frelgH Vof the "Provincial *Gweram<;at|^,^^-nree/.-  t. The1o������;<!Sfcl^aBy-teaderin*it^n'ectw^  ,.., f;?..,(,fT;.i;fy:./-';,, ..i������r^.-- ^BOBhJRT BBAVfiN;v^- -^  /    ^Tp^^^hif.ComRilsjsJ^r.u^^n^^  'Lanrfsiohd^rkH ri������pirtme.ntf;I//^-/v. ���������&;��������� *���������������v ��������� ,-:,.i{"jf-. -���������':  j" '81st March, 18?a. I   J  ���������';/;"-���������/ I, .//���������;i_"gW,���������'  / f;^ :  0 i; i.der ft>r*������eplri'|f*thii!l- following- sections; oftr: Clinton, Alexandra, AK'xMm^O'jGan&r^^^  repair forQNB^YKARl'r<)m thc.^tli������Mayn18mor the  it'aio of fcignaiure'to cohtract/will be t\xcXveu by.tho  Chief :���������foihml^ioher b?yy,tihds 'and'Wrktfat bis Office,  dp;to thei9Ch-Marnext- for; the ioHowjug.works ���������  Section No; 1^-Xlllooot-:ta 47 Mile Post/LUlooet-Alex  ������"-'il������hi^    :;   !'( j ftndra Road.'.!.;,������-. ;;���������;.-'W iAryi-Vr ���������  Section/No. 2--47 M^.Pc������j.-tp^O������:MllB;^; Llllooet.  .y ; i, ������������������,���������- k- - ��������� ��������� ���������<������!.; Xi,������xandm' Road: :/������������������'';"'' * -/ '";. '    ���������  Section Np.: ;3^100 Mil������ Post' to; 177' Mllfr'Ptost; Lil������  lcx)������Jt-AlcxaniIra ROad. ���������'���������'.... i������.!.'; -.  Section No. j4���������l77,Wte post to Quesnelmouth. ;.;���������  Section No. fi^Quesnelmouth,tu Caineronton, -.._.?  Plans andSuecincationscan/he seen at.the.foll.oft'*������  ing places:'/;// ;'���������'.*;;"./,,- " //V,//'///;/'���������>;'., /  'taiid blflcc/'.vjctoriii^^���������'Assistant .'c^mtn^sion/'r of  lAnds and1 Works; NeV Westm'lnstor; ASslsuint Commissioner of. Lanrls and Works,-'Yale ;vThoma8>;Bu!e,  Issq , Ly.tum; Assistant Commissioner of.,LandSjUii.u  Works, Lillooet;. C.Pope, Esq. 'Clinton; ,R.,McLeeso.  Esq./SodarCrook; A'. Bailow, Esq., QuesneJmouth;  and the Govern men t Office; Richfield i; /  :'     f ;, ' ���������  ' The lowest or any Tender"not necessarily .'accepted.  With each ��������� Tender" must be������ enclosed the names of  rtworesponsible persons willing, to give: security for  ike due completion of tho/wrork :to,the amount of>-.  ���������:'"���������''������������������'���������".   For Section No.' 1���������$2od.; /'<//\Ay>..'..'''"'  =?��������� ������������������*��������������������������� '  iFor Section No; 2���������$'200.' ':' :'"?: ���������.';', .'/-"���������  "1 ������������������' ���������' For -Section fle. 3^1*200/ '���������''���������������/ /'/��������� ���������i,-r ���������; ���������  ,:  'ForStxtlon No..4-^$200.; ...; ���������  .i!< /.   .  '::,y   For Section.No. 5-~$lpOO.i ������������������y.y)A\^,m*y .  //���������/   ,-./: '/ROBERT, 3EAyF^ r-^ /  ��������� ";   l    Chief Commissioner of Lands and. works.  ��������� ��������� (By Thomas Spsnce. SuperiBieadentJj  Talc, April 10,18T8. *> r       'mM  i:WA  mm  Mi  m THE mMBOO SENTINEL  it  s  the  KM  J,0.  Ii-:ir  lyoa:  ii ������������  I uc-  H:  Im  niles'  boot-  Li!-  IJov-  SATIJRDAY; M^Yi4/ W73."  TrTTfTT  ' .1"/ - -: /^P;quesn^ \ '..^;  /'Que^ the  mails, arrived here bit the 7tbfrom Omineca.  He brings.the painful news of the death of Mr  ;  WvHvpegerald.^GoldCommipsioner for that  ' d istrict; V The foliowi rigare some of the: par-  !' ticiilars'of the aad event:~ Mr-FitEgerald had  been unwell for some time during tbe winter;  and he bad a Very Severe trip going; into  Omineca from'Fort St. James, bebig ten days  onf'the '&?!*&';' Qn his arrival at /Omineca he  complaloed of ,a severe ppl/i in his chest and  .' ��������� left side, which 3 seemed 'to increase until  Thursday, the 10th April, when be, was seized  with a spasm 6r% fitin the Government officiv  On recovering from'this he remarked|tbat lie  thought such anotber-attack" WuId' kill him.  He judged from the/symptoms that he bad  pleurisy of bo me kind.   He was very unwell*  tin tH Sunday, the 20lb/wh������*n he came to the  Go vera menit-office';_ and. wb i le; .there', bad an?.  / . other'eeiznre.at 10/4$, and.though raea hs were  tried to bring him round,he died:at .11 a.tri;  An inon'est 'was held, and /the jury returned a  yerdiet of;deathAirpm natural causes; .'// * -J'J  ���������;' The ��������� snow^t/>tbe miutfs/ts/aiE gone*\I /The'  ������>creek's on" the Artie slope are/ just;��������� beginning  . -to. nee, and ibe miners are preparing to start  I   work in the claims.   There has-been about 40  new/ arrivals via the Skeena.   Oh this side of  /   the divide all the/streams, are fa) 1/ All the  bridge^ except \ those /at '-Blackwater-/ and  Stoney Creek,\are gone, and from t here to Na-  ;* -eha/k6: the; road Is impjassajble/.for '.;���������tiorses'   At  M ii $ rl ver, ���������': 65 mi 1 es tr������m, here, three wh i te  men/ were swept down the stream on a raft,  capsized/; and had;������ a'..' n ar ro w escape, frour  drowning/: The mail courier .was, detained  > there ������������������ one .day. -<Along the-wbolt* road'there  ! s > is ia great deal of ��������� _fal U*n- -tint ber, and immediate action is necepsnry .to render the road  ^ayaiIatiI e tiri'r��������� bp> ring travel.'���������'//''/��������� '/:"���������/       Hft'  j|> ^Syiveaierilwjtb the {mail and/'eo^siderable  express matter, started for Omineca to:duy. ^  ��������� CI in ton,; May1 9��������� Fre ign t teams 'have com*.  a&Jii ct)d arrlv in jr. "'��������� "Several.; bii.11 '/teams/ have  arrived. iyadecl wit h ; wheat��������� ��������� forA the ;Me'ssra./  ��������� ;���������:Harper*���������< <Ij������i:w.t;enc������������ & > little vV teams ~itrrive\l  ;Awith:^6jO������iOJbwIfbr Uci %:J^-Foster// Nelson^  arid 'Harper Bio.; also, G, jjmines team, with  iK;0U0'lbs.;forSod>icr^k. :/" j  Pn'i������*H prospecting on 57-mile Creek<re>  if������s������ri g|M)fl?M*cc^s. ,sCon>ider>ble excitement  ; prey ails iii 't<������ wri in cbrif^iiVnceA .*������'���������... c?f'./  G. Banies, lust a flntter by his band coming:  . in c������nu(Ct with the saw in Muriefs mill this  iftiooaA-'''A: - :>y'/>:- '/;^/,:^'/^.;/vi -   ;  .^.v ...: .i 'VICTORIA/'   ;    '   :-/  Mr Abbott, to earry^be last 'general election,  reported tOrd/aj: in.-favot/of. an adiournment  till July 2. TOfisobjectis to allow Sir George  Cartier. Sir Hugh Allan /and Mr Abbott to be  present. -Great excitement exists, ia consequence of tbe proposed postponement.: Sir  Francis Hincks. and Mr,: Henry, Nathan are  among the witnesses.:,,:Parliament will be  prorogued in; August .During July tbe Commissioners, will sit jn secret; if hot objected to  by the Government.   A sufficient number of  members will meet in August::fdr receiving  tbe report; and the House will then be ; prorogued.   Government, objected jo the Opposition . wl tnesses^bein g^:beard with out the Go v-  erhmeh t/'.witnesses were ;��������� present,' henee . tbe  reason of tlie adjourn men t.^ '���������'./:/" ^/  ���������: The Court'yt\ 11 .leave for * New Westmihs ter  .and/the ;ivpper country on Tuesday next.'Two  or three legal;gentlemen will accompany'it.  l(/Plour and w^eat show an upward teadency  at San Francisco. / . :    ' " *'- . *  OTTAWA CORRESPONDENCE.  !/;Tbe Banks will not>eesteblish'their,agencies . at Cariboo. .; //';:' *, ��������� -;"' ���������'/'.'-���������/������������������'/.'/, \ ; A ���������    .' - - > ���������   ���������    : -     * ���������    ������������������ ���������   11 ���������   - ��������� ��������� ��������� "  ' Ottawa. May 7^-The -most exciting deb at*  of the session took place last nijrht with referenceto the action:'of ftfie Canadian Paciflo  Railway investigation. A division took place  at an early hour this morning, when: Govern-  meat was Sustained by amHJority of 3l������   '  -���������������������������';/','';;i^:^iTm;sfXTEs:;���������'���������*{'r- a\  .���������     -    ���������;        '-      >.;.'. rt   ;.������    ;<���������' .    ..'.  >-. .;t; - .-..'   :   -    ������������������?;'���������'    '  \* .  ������������������ >./PASSBNGlCRS PJfi.E; STKAMER T.BIXCB ALFRED.   :,;  ... San Fran Cisco,/May 6-^ Passengers by tbe  steamship PrincejAIfred.to yictoria;:'v .  ;  Mis H. Landers and:infant. iMrs.'John :Mc-  Carty and infantV/M; F. Dichel-and wife/N. L.  ^Nagle and wifev.MrsGray, infant'and servant.  ������D/% Lightner and wife;-. Mrs, Dixon/and two'  boys, Mrs IV Reese and infant;S. M.Dibel,  wife and Uwrrchild reh. M rs, Diiggaa/ and two  daUgh,ters^G-A:vAnstibjwife;��������� and/.two children yfy;tA.:Sargisotivwife\aud>eight childr  irks*'  Victoria. May 6���������The schooner Surprise.  ).'/Capk;Oliri������tensen;i/.ardved; from!.the: w*es  coast on Friday night. About thirty days  ago tbe Indians found: the body of a white  man on the. beach.   It was that o( a young  ... man, wiiU .iifcht curly,hair, .and had . only a  pair.'of. drawers.-' The natives buried the remains. It is thought to have been from the  wreck of the Wright. j  , 'K: A! f rejlT'Xoiies, f aged < about 50. ;tf tin ti v e ] of  the1 Cnited States; was foitnd dead in'his b>d  yesterday- afternoon. He has been iritoxi-  eated for some days. The Coroner's"jury returned a verdict of death from natural causes.  Wm. B. Bird./, the/soldier who shot and  Stilled Lieut. CoVran at /Sitka several years;  ago. was di8chaVge������|/at:y*ancouver on Monday for want of jurisdiction, j ..-  Victori ft,rMay 7~The., Piocbe :/Recorder of  12tli Aipririias the following r-^STiCKKioJ Kx-  PKorrTON'.-���������This expedition, baring in view  mining for;gold aud silver in British Columbia, promises to be of greater magnitude than  wits at first supposed. -. Mr Curgolich is in receipt of letters by every mail from different  sections of the country from parties who wish  to join bis expedition, mariy of /them from  men who have been in. the'country which he  proposes to explore.- A party tjf Frenchmen  are now organised in San Francisco and waiting his arrival there. He will leave Pioche  next Tuesday or Wed nesday.n.;  Tbe Prieeo Alfred will to due at this port  - next Saturday. . ;'.; -/������������������-���������;;������������������'������������������ : ���������: \  ��������� Ten de rs are called tor by, M r Pearse for the  -erection of the proposed new Marine Hospital  on west side of the harbor*.   ;   .  ; : ;.  Tictoria; Miiy S^Frbm, Staadfejj's'fi^eeW^  dated Ottawii, May fr:^Tne. GovernbrGen-  ^ral asseated to 25 Acts on Saturday, tbe  chief of which are * thoBo'* creatidg a Depart r  ment of the Inieridr. with po war to examine  Parliamefltary witnesses oa ������ath | abolishing  Dual Rt*presentation after the di^flolution of  tbe present House^; siispending tbe Ste traboat  Inspection Act in British Columbia for one  ,-year.-. ���������,-.../ '<,,...-.������������������ .- /������������������:���������-.: ��������� c ,-:-.;,-.-������������������ =; ���������;  .; The Committee of SaquiryJnto the charge  agaiaet the Governmeut of taking'.'$$009,000  en  ana eervaniffSsrA/ Poole.-vile- and^four children-John,McLennan/S. S. Parker, F..G.������Na-  gle/Ad am Crawford; J<������hu Garter; Maggie L.  Dihel, WiB/DibeU Mise E.Blo6mingdale, Mrs  N. Butler; Mrs E. F/Willer, H. A. Cooper, C.  Oppipnbeimer.-Fi-Ai Arnold^Ed. Gratzon, Miss  Sutibni Mrs SiiotwelL: E! V;;Blakely, W. C.  #yie. J. Levy; >l>. W. Smith; H2 Lewip, S. J.  Sluart; Coli������neI Lane: and'50:i n/sfeeraj(e. \ y. /;  >5i)ixon,lllinois/May/S^berrickfliwere 'j^bt  iu place-bytiooh; and.five bodies were eubse.  qiiently-reoovered.; ^Tbe river banks in -tbe  vioihity were .lined with > people ialI day.���������:  There"are?��������� ���������'other 1 bodies beneath the> fallen j  spans/- Kb r ty ��������� I wo b odies b a ve; bee n recovered'.  '/-'Ha-������hingionv May������������������ 6���������Gen'. Sherman, in conversation on the Modoc/affair, :abows be fully  appreciatfs'the  situation". j;Reinforcemebts  will be sent tb Schoffidd-with out delay i ��������� A  body of 400 scouts will be.organised, and no  effort will be spared to infiict on Capt.: Jack  and his .fellow savages a blow .not soon to be  t������ir������otten by"tb'ein1 or the tribes on tbe Pacific  coast. .���������,:���������. ;>./ .-./////.   .    ;-   .. f- ...  ./;St. Louis;'. May .&/��������� A- terrible accident be-  cutTed:yesteriiayvaiternoo{i at abridge being  erected over Lem aioe ri vet. on nor th eastern  ;ex tension of'Missouri -and Kansas railroad;--  The* bndge 'sank in quicksand8; and carried  with it the bridge timbers and twelve workmen. .Three: men were kilted and two fatal! jr  injured. ./ iAv.l;������������������;.: ;  ryy;.  Lava BedaVMarch Si via Eureka. March 6-^'  Nothing new here.   The Indian* are still oc;  cupying the -same -position held by them va| srtj0o thea/'tried 'to reject this report,:when  timeof-attack on Cspt. Thomas.    Large fires | thov  worP  nb-fiin   ^feated   hv the in������rea������ed  "'.. Ottawa, March 2������, 1S73.  ;  l>tirlog the four months that.have 'elapsed  si old I have been;. in Cariboo/, but little.. has  coma ,under my. no.ticet;which/would have  posaessed .-; much / ibt'erest: to your readers.  Travelling, whether /by land or sea, whether  the mode of'conveyance is*by steam poWer or  horse - power/" is but1;monotonous.'save when  it.is.disturbed by some" accident or other ex-  traordinary occurrence, none of which,' how-;  ever* befell me.   The trip*: ic^ose, the continent was made without delay; there ��������� bei ng  ���������very.littie snow/any place between San Frau~  cisco and Chicago.   .    ,/   '. ..-���������:���������:. :ppA;   ; -���������.\  /The Canadian papers haying been filled to  repletion, as you ;wii| /have :seen, before this,  with accounts of the grand ceremonial |cori-  nected with the opening of Parliament, I need  not dilate upon .that subject./Suffice it to  say that the display, was magnidcent, the mill*  tairy turn-out wasj'very good, consisting of the  ^���������^l^/W^"^^'*^^^;' equipped /in   the  sty ie/of. the British hbuse ho I d t roops, caval ry  and artillery, while the Senate Chamber was  crammed, both floor and galjeries/1 the body  6jT the House being filled with .ladies in j full  evening costume, 'among whom' were- the  Countes8pf Dufferin and .the priecipaileaders  of fashion' of;-:the'carjital and other cities of  the Dominion. ������Yew evenings^^^^after the opening the Gover^  held a' drawin^/rpbra^ Chamber  which wast very largely attended;/ oii/which  occasion inoat of the members of bpih/Houses  and many'other/p.rbmirie^ arid a  large numoer'of: ladies:went through the ceremony of-being presented to vice-royalty.^ '/  Speaiihg <>f/ the Governor;GeneraV and his  Vady/^Sbthrare7"��������� "deservedly very p6pular.  They bave^ixed generally with. the people,  and bave;takeuthe^rea^s interest in eVery-,  thing apper^aming^ of the conn-;  try, .and'baye/ also, entered largely into all  sorts:, of Afamiisements. >.-.-H is 'Excellency. is ;nbt  niggardly, like,some .of his predecessors .in  office, and when,his^ term expires. I; dp hot  think.1)16 ^10T(S00 annual allowance will have  made him anyIbiogihericher.. Just now; no  balls are gfvea in Ottavtra, it being Lent, when  dancing; JA not supposed to be/the correct  tbing, but Lady Dufferin is ���������' at/hoine" once  a week/at Rideau Hall; where amateiir theafc  ricals of .a ��������� very' superior class are given in  ibe.new ball,room, followed by a supper got  up regardless of expenses^r The en ter tarn  men te are "very agreeable and^are well patronised, about/three hundred persona beiog^gen-  erally.-:invited;; j Frequent-dinner-parties.are  abo giveny arid the noble host and.hostess;on  all occasi on a do/their it trabst to p rbmo te the  pleasure and comfort of .their guests./", .  vjn;', legislative,? matters \ little has yet been  done. vThe/Opposition assented to.tfae.unan-  i raous \ re.<e)eVtiop t;of,:.tbe������������������,late Speaker,*: Mr  Cock burn, alnd, after a little discussion, to the  Address. They,, however, made.v a trial I of  0irepgtn,by-nipyieg; that the retiirn for West  t*eierborougb/Bbo.uld on account  of the returning officer having taken on himself to rejeclt the/candidate bayiog the most  votes, for want of .quaiificatioo.:. On this the  Government,.- was, sustained by a. majpri ty of  16, and tbe case, was ordered to be referred  to. a. sel ec t ��������� com mi ttee, whlc h > reported that  the case, was one. -which, should /come 'before  an prdi.nary.:election;:iomniittee/t The Opn0���������  of some loud-moutbed orators.; Referring to  a propbsition for ptiblisbihg the debates of  the Legislature,-the St. John Globe remarks,  "the debates are "pot only a useless expense,  beta nmeance^^^ that they are  not wortb'bayinj^ is that the,papers will not  publish them ":/Tbe New Brunswick people  are still arguing id fay or .of ^better terras."  A delegation from Prince-Edward Island baa  been here/to negotiate.for admiesioa to the  Dbmimbn. and the Legislature of the Island  has now been dissolved in,order, to bring the  matter directly before the people. ;/;vJ;S..iV  :-.;/ - ;/ MINING INTELLIGENCE.    J  / There is Uttle news to report this week. The  claims oh the varionB: outside creeks ara  getting ready for the:summer campaign.   On  \'/..;..;'; - -;.    ../.'������-. WnLilAMS CREEK ��������� ���������' '; ���������'.: .'.'*'  the Ballarat co; cleaned up 60 oz..last week%  The Cariboo, Caledonia, and McPhersonco.^  have commenced work again, and the Forest  Rose will start on Monday or Tuesday.'  ���������'.,;. ��������� ���������:; -.'. '���������':': ;'���������' '-.raBKCH"caBRk. /. ;���������/���������; /' ';  .   The 'Ambrose ��������� funhel: is now In a distance  of: nearly 3000 feet, and no appearance of  .bedrocki-/":':'?.-AA.lyA ���������"���������*���������'���������..."'-"��������� "��������� ���������':'-'"���������'������������������'' .  ���������'--. ' ��������� ���������;'.-;'.; '���������.;��������� jack op :cLrjB8 creek. ./:./;  :tThe TwO;Si8tersJs slill paying, fairly ;  the ,  Discovery: washed up over ;S0 oz/laat week.  "'���������'"'.���������/���������;-i'C.''^-'V"i^HTNrko CREEK;'*./;./;/v.".''  ������; Thej Vancouver cb,: pump is /but \pfC order,  and tbey will not be able to resume work for  a;few days/ The Point co^ washed/up'155; os.  yestet'day..: Tbe: Blevenof England are^ taki ng  out pay,; The Gladstone co> will be working  ia their lower drive next'week.  are seen nightly in that direction, which  proves that some of Capt. Jack's followers  are stiUthere. It is? not probable that tbe  troops will make any movement until Col.  Wheaton's arrival with what troops can be  got forward from other camps... / . .--, }��������� ;*/  Yreka, May 6���������Tbe courier who came in  to day was informed-by the courier meeting  him at Bell's/from the'Lava Bed, that he was  fired on .between Don'ts' ranch and Bell's,  obliging him to lay out all night concealed.  There is nothing new from the front since tbe  3d. News from Hot Spring valley states that  the settlers there are preared and on the  lookout for the Modocs in case tbey are driven  from the.;Lava Beds. The Piute Indians have  not yet committed any depredations in Hot  Spring valley, but the Piutee in Surprise  valley are painted up and armed. >  **.*m> '&���������  Lacs La Hachb Raoes.���������The race track is  bHingputin good order, and will be ready  fbr horst s to train on hext week.' We hear  that Dexter/ Caribda Char lie, Oregon Dick  tue^regba*mare Blaze, Shbo Fly, and sev-  era! 6ther noted u steppers/' are in heavy  training !or the coming races.    /      ///���������' /  Babsard &: Co/s ExPBisss, with tne mails,  arrived at 2 o'clock last Saturday afternoon/  Tbe down express left; on Sunday morning  with the mail, treasure, and two passen|ers--T  Mrs Joseph Hail, and a Chinaman--for Yale.  JPisarson's Express, with passengers and  freight, arrived last Saturday afternoon, and  left,  again,on Sunday morning.  Barnard & Co.'s and Pearson Br<\'a expresses arrived at. 10.30 last night,  j tbey were agajn defeated  by the increased  majority of 25. /Iii a full House the Government would baye been sustained by over 30.  There1 are-some 86 new faces in \ the House:  but lit is possible that a good many changes  m ay take pi ace ��������� d u riug the sessi on, as there.  are 52 members petitioned against, vis.:  34  from Ontario* 17 from -Quebec; and  I from  New Bninawick.   Thirty of these, petitionn  are against Oppositionists, and 22 against  :Ministe.riaH8ts.   The, Globe, with  its   nsnal  truthfulness, said that both Sir John A. Mac;  dooald and Sir Francis Hincks would be in  the list, but sneb is apt the case.   On the last  division the Government majorities were���������14  from New Brunswick. 6 from Nova Scotia, t>  from Quebec, 6 from British Columbia, and 2  from Manitoba, whilo tbe Opposition bad a  majority of 9 from Ontario, so that tbe outside provinces bold tbe balance of power.���������  The Montreal Herald says:/" It is interesting  to notice that, out of these 25^ votes nd less: the accommodafcibu/ol 'the^ peopleon liigbt-  than 8 are/frbm Manitoba and British Columbia; which provinces wouid be amply represented if they bad asihgle member between  them;;" and it destghates^ Sir Francis Hincks  as "tbe representative of the Indians and  other semi-civilised inhabitahts of Vancouver  Island.,, Such is the tbue of our Opposition  4* friends!" '���������//���������' ' ���������'K"d\!''i:A /Vf; y-A"> .-.  The Local Legislatures of Ontario, Nova  Scotia^ and New Brhnswick are in session.  The former has been sitting nearly three  months, most of which' time has been occupied in wrangling. I think if the course pursued in New Brunswick were followed in  some other provinces (it is not necessary to  spedfy which> it might have a tendency ;��������� to  expedite busiaesa arid curb the " eloqLueace"  ���������MEHBRRS, 1n������emnot.���������The Act passed by  tbe Proy incialALSsembly dasti seswon provides  that this question shall be settled by a direct  vote of ;tbe^ electors /themselves;; the vote to  be taken*'ih: August- -next.1 "Each 'elector will  be .furnished with two printed^ formsv one  setting: forth., that.the signer is i^u^  increase''jot .')he indemnity/from $5 to $7 per  day, the other that he is nbt.ia;faybrbf/ftu<h  increase.   The subject of increased indemnity  has been fully /discussed .by/ the/ electors of  Cariboo, and we do riot know :thap jny new  arguraeuts:.cari^be/:*br^gh'(/^ffard fotor  against an increase: .A /corresjpbhdeht. who  has favored us/with.a fewlineaon the subject,  urges  with some  reason that a difference in/  .the rate.of pay.ought to have been established  by the Act. ;\For instance, he won Id pajr the  active, working rnembere1 of tfe/Hbuse Jr$J 4  per'day/while the. silent; vwise-|bbkihgr fridi*  viduals sbbvild just get what they are worth���������- .  nothing.:.: He also suggests that a fund^sbbuld  be set apart by the House/for'the^purpose of  transplanting the/" duramies'/to^tbeir proper  sphere���������a top shelf in the Egyptian room of  the/British museum, among the mummies.  '  ': PrjBUO: LiBRABYr-A meeting: of the inhabitantsof Cariboo was held last evening in the  Theatre Royal/  The Rev. Joseph Hal I was  elected chairman, and Mr John Bo wron secretary of the meeting.   The meeting was convenedfor{ the purpose of taking steps for the  rebrgaiiization of tbe:Cariboo Pub 1 ic Library,  and the following gentlemen were elected a  c-smmittee for one'year to take charge of an d  cwry on "the Institution:  ��������� EL Pearson, Esq.,  j P.; Thos. Bell, Esq., J P.; James Wickham,  Esq.; Rev. J. Hall; and H.M. Ball; Esq.1   A  collection was then taken up- fn aid of the  funds of the Institute, and $30 50 at once subscribed/  A vote of thanks to tbe chairman  was passed, and tbe meeting adjourned.  N Sao Accident��������� A sad and probably fatal .  accident occurred to Mr.. Jbhn Boyd, of Cold  Spring Bouse, on Thursday. Mr Boyd was  hauling lumber from Pine;Grove, when tbe  horses took fright and be was thrown from  the wagon, striking bis bead against a stump  in the fall/where he lay insensible until Mr  E. Medcalf, who was passing on his. way to  Cottonwood, observed him, and conyeyed  him to his residence. Med:cal assistance was  promptly summoned, and Dr Bell left Bar-  kerville late on Thursday night to attend to  the unfortunate man. We are sorry to bear  that when Barnard's Express passed Cold  Spring yesterday: morning, but little hopes  were entertained of Mr Boyd s recovery*  Express Office ok Lightning Creek.���������For  ning Creek, Barnard & Co. have opened an  office at Lindbard's store, Van Winkle, where  all necessary inform a1 Ho n as to rates of p as-  sage^ arid freight can be obtained.  ; Mr Thomas Spbnce, Superintendent of  Roads/arrived in Barkerville on Thursday.^  The tender of Mr S. Walker for supplying  timbers waa accepted, and the work^ of repairing and strengthening the bulkhead commenced on Friday.   /  / LrjNATic.������4Alfred Lewis*; e. tailor, aged  abbu^52/and a'native of the United States,  was yesterday examined before Judge Ball,  and committed to jail as a dangerous 1 una lip,  tie will be sent to the Lunatic Asylum at Vie*  toria nest week. jf'A.'Wi&iis- ^ - - ������--,������/.   v -,  /jaw  NOTICED  |Nd||^||  f?^-^"^'?/rj'/-!./     ���������'���������*-������������������-. .'���������/T^.^ra^JBtewi^s'i^^c'Si  ;;*.-:       ��������� ' /*th April; M7$.3   '/ ('  H":"::':" IS ^ellency%e-I&te^vOoveB������ lias ;beck  ^p!e*sed't*vp]*ce thelroliof ingTGentaanwaTgj^tlie  <fom'misaiott of ^h������ Peace lor the Province of British  ���������  ..���������/..-Columbia   (  y,     '    1   -/<������ '!'������' \ i^ A  HjVltaw/W/_QartlB Ward   R.  P. Wtbeyfc  A Wallace.^ H. Turner, Alexanto*Iea%���������& j. rFted.  ���������B,;,j'   Esquires. - ���������    > -      ���������      ���������        - ' - 'ii*. - .  ,-/���������V' ifemia#Rog% ftad^Coote rM.-Ghambers,,of Bur-  ~*A" - rari Meif/ftse^es,/. /, -^-,   * / ,.; ������ * -  -V ���������,~:}..-, s;v;*  y^Al Ml Hv^Morfowi^ohajJiiGaibraithj/and > Jonn BaM\  ' //*./4fiko'otenaF4"Esqttires.-;J. . :, \ i j'Hi.ui i;<*~<l' 'i."  '   "   /.JamesrRobti( and/0. P.-Drabble, of,Comoxj-..lb*  - ^^irbs^^/f 1'^K:J"l':.//'-;''"'Li '"'"'/j/, -:/,: -,i\  -      /d'mes Hackle, bfrlAngley/^squtre.vi'  ��������� / * w 1 :i.-. +  '��������� Charles B.;Sword, of^titsqui, Esquire.       ,   , ���������  Donald McGUwvap/d David MlUer,, of SumaBS,-as-  ^ "Kh ^&tej&8^BelL' Mwardt^ewrson^: J^'/ObipPi1 aad  / .,   ^onatha������NuU,ef,BarkervillovEsqu^.,V;SHiH  Richard Delghton and T>. Mc^ghien, of Harvey  t * i   ridanf ^eo^s/ ftdfcift Kmonfe&lr^fid'l^^ciar  'febo' KstHctti) the ^h^Clause of satf Act,;ytey - r;-,.  SmYWdurW^  p-repaid,;and; addrjssed K^e^ssor.pf ^e wa  irftfeo^  ^efeatU^  thenaturek-.the/^  ^Fth'eValu'e- or tnf VanS;,?Such Assessment p^per  tonWve'fifiedb^aD^  rtVla^^^Deleride^  ���������uV ^fiA? PROCLAMATION;< f Vi  W-i  Or bis agent.  ;-ap28;j^n;  '*���������"By/comman:4i'r-"/,v,;'   ���������'���������'���������''-'L.^.t.;;:  J:i  ,���������,_-/, . .-   '.PrivateSecretary.'  yyi'.  11.-.y\ ..-r; c.*���������?��������� --���������;' ��������� * .; "V-- fc-.!; ;���������;-^,;f-1 ��������� !���������", ?''���������:*���������-  :-:4 ^;p yBU������-;;NOT10E'  ���������^f'.-lH'.^r'.^O'."'^  Jr'<<(i-'-<n^'''''if,',''t:-''''''''' ni   l873'Se:tead;^Sstr*jts;^  erea^ader;tbe^ro^i^  Extension "Act������- ^7.^"- ���������'*? *f^v ^nv^^i^Il  //BdKtba^^y^ Section ^^t^^le-Land^  ^iotSeslalirw^iuM^  tnei'bnr^ses,bf:jhe^t^- y.Ai'riA^.^A   ^  #e/E&Districts^ifflerto esta^liBjjesd on  Tanomi'ver-Island^re]^  ;^a^^and;^a)c:-^t^  rjliatelM;.8tpi|v^^^  ;:;B|^m;, ;��������� ^;,' /' ^groylnctal^retary.  :i.';  ./!E6'aa;Eiten^  /iirfTHBRKAe, by; a ^clai^JIpiy^ dated, ,4fS|M^  ���������;'-j"l  ir- - of .Tlie LiUooetRoa'd District;.- .... ������ ,: i,  -'. ���������. ' ,r*,e'.YaleRoad<District.\ ,- ' , .*������ r.f<  *'    '   -    P   ��������� ^Cootenay Road'.District. '  <������*>*tw i. ^e^New1 WestH������iister'������6ad^District:   . _   .   . _  Nu;rwEl^-ltB!i^Y=:^^  .���������ulectbrs^have b������^n .pyo^^d for tho;safdistricts:  l'"' "<JartbooDistrict, ' : ���������'-- ' f*' ���������'',.���������;  " ' " bminec*Wlin?Di^sibn^W.'E.'FHsg6Tald^E^^  ^:s; YBicU'fleld^LightningiCreek/and Quesnelmou^U Po^-  ,..lar:Divlsionsf-Jr.Undsay,E53i. . : ������.-, , /  ' ' ' Keithley-CreeJcPoHIng-DlyisionrrO, Hares Esq. ���������'���������  "i'-������-*J- Williams LakePolling DivisionM/VF, Pope; Esq.^-ii  ' r������ . "J   f  i '' t ,       '  " "   toLLOOBT Djstriot.l      _ ��������� f ,,      _ i . ,       i ^  ^J' 'v^'-Canoe cfefek aad fj^abp PoUlng-DiyJsioBS^O. E.1  -'���������''^ ^pop'e.-Esqi^''  ''- '���������!:! '^'L'^'.^:'- ti'-r:'1 'v^. '-f'/ l*J. "/-^ "-: '���������.;..  ���������/���������  ;���������' iLillooct Polling-Division-i   W. Smith,'Esq,:- ��������� ' rp  T! ��������� ��������� YjumiJisTEicr.��������� -'.  ..!-;'.- "    ���������>*   ":  ,fOkauagan PolliiagDivi8ion~rCr'Af)yem6n;*:Esq;    .f,  ; Kicola'-Lake Polling D|vi5ion-rAlex, Robb, -Esq.-.l..^',  H^/"/ft^ic^creeiciPollingmivislon^j;:ci Haynes^Esq. r?  *>,* i rKamloops Polling/ Division- -J. Boyd,i Esq,' *&���������& ������i* ���������  ,, %   Ly^ton'and .Cache Crsek Polling Diviaions���������T. R.  '"���������'/: Buie!/Ksa/v.t ���������:,; ,-  < ���������-.   % .'A- AA.A-A. <iTj ���������-,-"���������,,������ ; ���������'"  *    "'; Yale and/Hope Polling Divisions���������W. Evans,' Esq.  '"    KOOTENAT DlSXBICT.../. ,    ���������"���������������������������"' '.. '/,,   ���������    V-   .  :  ,.  '";   ' Wildrferse;'Perry Creek, and French Creek'Polling  ' ^tdlvisi5^^rBo6th,'Eso:.'^f ^���������fp^i^Kyy "-,->  i     -NKW'WjiOTKrisTrRDKTRIOT.'   :'*'    ':���������i',     "',      r   "'   -J  ,JJ' 'chilHwhaclc/'tangtey, New Westminster, Bnrrard  /;^Inlet/ and "North .Ann\ Polling Divisioas-^H* a>Ed  -."��������� '-^itforidSijH&iyjjJ't :..j./|v1;/uy?^i' !;��������� 7/ ...-:Q.;) f ���������; i;i.*'J:: v:-  ':.: HBWWKST3iiNSTtR.Cirr Distbxot; ; j;   -, * y A; - o  -iiU  ._BivViVEdnioods.v -Esq;.,)  / i %/ j -/j; /. V-;By command  Vtctorja'j April ltfe,f 1873.  'JOHN ASH// ^:iay".  \ Provincial -8 ebrStary'.  Uplift ,f>lJ,^Bp3fi 2m"-.'  In tlie Biipretne.ppOTt^of  ^ ������^ ^ Ba^itisk ������olnmbia.  (-. , ly     fi':.$������.*AX.     i5a-> ii*       Wf5    ���������f'������ ������������������!;.!   '"'v'i;'!:Vi''!'?(-;.%.|-''  ^,:-!'/: r ;/-^'GM?EBAIi/()RfeBi'/;^ ������!i\:^  '/ ,';-';!'*^?'",'/���������' / ":.11 ''"'������'/'///r,,'!/.ij  1' T^OTICE ,is'"hereby given, 'that the?Supreme Court  ifyjjlfi,-willSlt:m Banc', forihe'hearing^Cf������all rhbtions,  :-Wgumeiite/appeaiSj'aifd other matters i-cdming-before  v the Court-'jij: Banc, at,the Supreme Court; Boom in.;the  V:'^^otf.vlct^a^'fof tile iQilqwing'^rms,. oa"the* dayi  '/here'inafter;mefltjpned,:na,m;ely/t:/;"' ,:*~:';-"/���������'/'"\'���������/*;"}'$  *\ .ForHilary;Term.froni-the 1 Hit to 2Btb!'^ebr&y:. .-]��������� -  'For feasier Term from the i5th.to; 25th' April; ::* ���������** ��������� p..  - - For Michaelmas Tenii from^the 16th;to 25fch November.  ��������� ���������. .- There wihbe no sittikg"in Banc!in' Wiatiy terni; -.-'  . {������������������> ��������� .Inijpaso,anyt of the days qf the dates named for the  , beginning!..or .ending of tlie;Terms shoul'd Tall jdnji  nSuncray or";Publicf holiday1; then the'Terni'will begin  (;;w'eBd*^the?nextvfoiloWing'day;:!. . \\y'} ';A':{^ ).'*  lyA^jj^AvrA&;':$��������� fMATT.-'-T.;BBGBtB, 0, &%'&>.-���������*  AAub. \'"TV-   ���������-.".-+.HENRY:P;PRLLBW:ORBASB'J'-  Dated yictorift, January 24th������ 1873.   /   mr22 tf;,  n^iv  'tCACCOUNTS DUE TO THE  If not paid; on or before ttoe FIRST OF JUNE nex^  wlli be sued for, -'/''/       ";:  ;���������'.'.-��������� ���������.'"'���������'"J  '���������*:���������;."'- ./   JOHNX. S00DS0N.  ������������������ ;S'wlB^li������i-Ms������it:'l������r'l������Tai/,i,-;       ;';-'- te'riin?  ? rv-  riis.i     l6s#H/vt;^RUTCfl;/  :^|/j>f.\/';.-^,H/v ^.f#tvgj  '\PROymGB:()F;BRlT^  yiGTbRIA,'- by ��������� the--GracV������ pff-fiod',,of? "the  ���������> United Kingdom.of,1 Gxeat;^ritain' and Ire  ToiftlUto wbem7Pif3se pAeaents^QiJali/come,���������  ���������^!^/': ^GB^iHo^^^:^fe^#'^^# ���������' Ay 'a ::| ^|;  fe;i: is#;iidiSiTroi;:'!?.,::;; -: /  Geo. ff Witifcai; rWHERBAS'by- Sectiorii  ?>Atforney-Ge"riera!;'/ r2!of 4The Road Ex-  ten^ib1^^te873/-ii?^s0^rOvide  Lieutenant-Governdr ln%o\inciTniay," by Pro%  sc'laffitiottj'cieUt^'atiy portion- or-^portions of  (the Mainland ot British Columbia Into3 a! Road  -Dlfltrictibr -Distrtcfe, with^such boundaries as  lie shalinhitit'flV: l:'* }?** ���������:t':'l:': >#u r:vT";  A lAnd wfiereaa tbe'Honorable Joscm-Wil^  titiM-TRDTCH, y ^uch/Lieutenant-GovernoT in  Council aS'aforesaid, uoder and1 by vlrtne< ofj  ftbe^owers-and-'authon  him' iii;Gounci 1 as; afores'aidJ ^n d "��������� of "all! blber  powers-and autlibnties *biai i;in" that /behalf  enabling;; Katb drdOred^that; tbe Road/I)is?  tricfer bereina^te^mentiooed^  : IrtfW! KN^W^I^batJWe ^o:bereby;.crer  ate the;ioUdw;ing Rbad/DiBtricts/on the Main-,  Viii'Ot Briilsh- Columbia/that is 'to; 'say // ),,  ;/XlTitE^CARIBp^ RtiAff^piSTBlCTj  wbicb'shall include 'all thai tract of land, in'-  cludedinfibeCariboo^ito forth in  ;fte-Sqhed"ute/tog(-fr^  ^ii/THptMLLb^EK 'ROADj DISpCEIOTv  which ihalij nclude/all ;that} tracMfe glapd&tnV  ch)dt?d in^the.Lillooet District,-as,set forth|in  t^e Schedule to ^The;Constitution^ Mi, 187:1.^  ������hall Ipfelidflf/all: thatf;tracfc 'of larid included  dn> thef Yale^ District as 'set forth^ in- tb^Sche?  duW to ^M^he' constitution*^cti^STi^^'^ i /:  :;i4;*THEfeb^  Wbicb-Bnill'lheiiide all! that:tra6trbf; land:iri:*  eluded inUbe'Kbbienay! District/ as^sef'forth  in -the 'Schedule! ��������� to ; * the ;Coostltutibh������ Act,  1OT'������-V;;VW>^';4'" ���������������'>���������*:? <���������'/.;?"/;.; '/-,;//  :   5. ME NEW WESTMINSTER and COXST  ftbAD :piST3ElICtSrwfiicn: sbatl include all  that .tract b/riahdi ncludculJin, ibti ;NeW, Westminster and Coast rifstnets,' M'set forth, in the  Mbdufe:t6 '.^fffe \^f^^o^%^'X^.ifff\^  :,;/&'^iTiMpNt ��������� ^hereofjj'; we iave/ caused;  /^ /, ihese/ Our Lettersjio, be made PatenS and  /; J j the)Cjrea^:Seal Of. tlieiPrbvince or, British  ! ^/Columbia to be .hereuito affixed '$ WiTr'  /. 3jB9Sr, i the ������iHonoraJile /Joseph,'. V7illtam  i; ;���������'.'; Tbutoh, lieutenant;Governor of the ,said  Province of British Cohimbia,in .the City  :.,-;..'   of rYictoria,.4n;;tbe-said Province, this  i- ���������  Epurth day of March, j n the year of Our  [    Lord Oae Thousand height tiun-dred��������������������������� and  /seventy-three, and in the thirtytsixtbyear  / / of'Our-Reign,   ,-   /      .'���������'., w  By command.    ; ���������<-, :'  - ''iJQBNT'ASrT, :, >        .,,;:,,'-:���������:-!.  '  .     ���������* Provincial Secretary.,  ?mx$% iva >���������  -��������� ���������,,Mand"i8thereby; %ge^ n;,|he 0ouBty  ?#&';��������� ;antfever^Co^  ^Kiti8h':t5o1uml)ia'5,SDlaU/ba^  ������������esse* oWj)et8ame 3urMMdn^������������wattJ  ������7lultho%ffi;^���������(^e^  ������HherGbidrCbmm  "and presiding as^uflpes of the said Mining;  ".Gourt^and ;alli? pTOteedings,'?.the;eunder  ���������f Bhalibe had[and������taiteniin;aocordali<^Witlr  ^theprovJsions'Of?6The;Gold<:Mmin^Qrdi^  ":anc^i867,^and;fiTlievGoldiJiqin& Amende  f^And whereas a proviso- w^naertfid^Wtne  Aot should^qly-.Jiavei-Ml force and> effect^  such portioWof the Province; as the Lieut^  Governor in Goubcil mFgbt^frbmJtluitf to t;me;j  -byiPiticIamaliou cirden#^!m?&?���������������%&//?\ AM  Andwhereas?it^expedient that,;the,said  Act Bhbnld haveifulls.forcO and effect', in the  Electoral District of Garib,ooy fexoept tbatvpor,  tion itbereo^ known aslithei^mineoftfiling  Divisionf I andidn i the /Electoral/ J)iBtrictiofi  Kootenays::^ b??,. '^->il A wti ,^/^ -, -^  !NOW ENGW!^Eitha*?tWe'/dor!Otderv aud  proclaim ithatt%TheiGrfuaty:0p)artSiExten8|on  ,Act.M873,"Mshalty froa%and./after?th#date,  hereof^have full;force^and/effect in^he,/Electoral District of Cariboo,."ex^eptitbafeppirtion  ;thereof:'khbwn; asither* 0mirieca^Polling %  visionjiaridinlthe EiectOFftKDiatrictof^Kopte^  nayiK,).,"A/Ji' ^^^^V?,������������������i���������H^^^i^������������������.^������������������?J���������;^^^^%i  ,nlN TEStiMO^/WjHERBdPvi^o.have.;caused;  '/ .<, these-Our Letters-lo^bfe made Patent, and!  r> -the Great:Sealof/the:Provinc.9,ofi British  /f/^Columbia^tblI)e>here^ntb^ffised;3^  .^< NESSi./tfael -HJdnorabltJ)sJ,0SBi!Hf'.WiwJAM  .;r4 :'i' TaimHv BieutebanttGoveroov, ofi-thsitiaM  ���������-  .province.df Briti8b}Golumbia,?ia the,Ciiy  |/a?of/V^ctoriaMiti ^  ,! y,Ebitrtb day ofiMarcbf4nithft?yeart>Q? Oiir  '-;>  Lord One> thousand eight? hundreds and  v^iK seventy-three/and in^taetbiRty-si^  ,|"-n;I ef/Qur������ReignKohfiV, ^;!i >r ^dii^ifeV; ^  By command. '^ h ��������� - )<���������?   M^ ' J,J-' '^;s''  '��������� j-     ���������  Provinclal;S^cretar7^^i ^r?2L4m. v  ^iosi/p^ifc^  mins'ter-District. .     :.,     ..,.;-w-..;...:.  Thos. R. Bor������ Esq.. for Lytton District  :������������������-���������: jpH������*Bfl^^  V^^i&x4^3Bl,RoB!Bli^.p:.,1fpSjN!oola;^  I^Chab������iE ���������Eo^^Sso^viJleriil'lHQo.e^ Dig*  itrtojfcfi atii:l������'?W% ^������^/tm^^M^/,  ������  [il^opeupm Booth,qIfeft.^{oriJB:optopay Bis.  fjfwj /Byvpommatidv^��������� -inc!-' tAAh-^ ���������  .Jmrjffi 3nj" j^yfyii/Ai>i' iiProvjin^ial^fcretftry.;  i>lr>  if V:  -''iii r vl , li-iSf* ^/^^^'^'���������''r /5 **.v^-:  '���������^i /#r^-m^^t0;T-;XG^,^^'r/!U^-'  PTJBMO; ^NOTIfJE IsiberebyJ igiv^v, '(that i from and  ^ after the 1st day off Septernl?^3n,ext,] a.llreirths}  :0e'atns������kMarr)fM^;^te  CoTumhiaVare W'beKe'gis.tere.d;under thfrprp^  ������iffhfcSt������l'BtT*tionH^  Afct 'X8Wtrat������thfiiOfflce ot\itbe,District Regisrrar ol  .'thfe'pistricii-.wherein thei ?awe ^pecUy^olyiHb^l take  BIRTSS&w I thinMdays ^from 1 he daito t^ereoT.  nSATSSii-WitliinlSbMays'after inti?rment^ t  < MARRIAGES���������With in190 dafslidtn tho\datd^ thereof,  ������.���������  Fvery^Hoiiseti&fderi 'Head;ef u'JF^mtfy,'-#drg^nan,  ^lMicianiior'/bthjeRperFbniwSe  saai4-Act-ta'rcport^r(biB,/%  irefuse������T^1wi]ruilfcn%lecis tdjdosOj.wItyn^o^nici!  bbforo named' Will 'belikble to a.penalty for ea6h tmii  ovoTT^nt'ncebr uot ^leHS^hfl^FiVe DoHars brmow  thah-iTwrnty^ Dollars/to/be >r;e>)yered^JtUicosts l>c.  fore anyJJistlcp of tb,e Peace he^.BJJ^^^M1^ l  ���������tfie,^''f6^1ity"where\Xny^8uch/dffence;;ls cominHted  'agalrist'tUe������siild-!AcC   f'l;,?    KA   AA'   ���������   WM ;  u^' -" :,-',, /RegistrarGeneral.  ;/t^h(TR%islTy^cel,''f^ /*'jy /;,f/"l^v ^  i/       r J^YiKCrA^SE^RB^AHT'S^  "^���������:JT,,JI ^T (;'J' '/;'4h'March/t^3.:/. ?'/;���������'  J^His-Sxcellenby/ tbejiiLleute^anl^o^e^npr  has beenipleased,,tb mftke^ev, follpyKing .ap^  ^n^ent^jun4er^^!^ S%jrif^A^rI|J?,| y  v^Rmmx> Wooos^EsQ?, ibc ^an cbuverlsland;  ^/HKNRV^;EOMdjfDS^Qij������for?itKe City of  New "Westminster."  ������������������ \?^'n;{#:y..?4  i rGBORGElBr^ES^Esci^fb^Cariboo^-T ��������� >  .fg^'ij'rK^By^niniand^ 4'! ^/ir ^td^)K.|;\o  :,������pn| I ��������� y. '��������� I.,���������*���������:' 15' '"h.JOHN15ASK,, TJ1'" v;^. *; 1 v  3 ri\'.: t������ - >.& ���������' A ' * ^ 1 * j - Provincial Seoretary.>  ���������'fij  Srrfe'  '^������H^'liM^'  SURVEYS .AND PLANS EXECUTED  ���������<Vy'  Pn^reaaonnble terms. > ^  :^5^f5r^ers l|ft fat-Mr' ^eiiy|s,,. Ba$e?$U������,  i:siii&V$i&i.&  m  j+'-S  RE preparedJ'to!''.furnish Lumber at.thelri^ilIs,  William Creek, or deliver it" to order;;.:,;;./.���������/.���������;.,,/::���������  .      -..j* t if\\.'.* J '���������..'il'.-'/'' '������������������  ~: " ���������      ���������..���������'.;���������"'��������� . ..!;.'���������.������������������  .' . :.;.-;.���������'  ^ LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  GREEK.^^'m^. ' &**M -AhA, J./^V1^/'^.  1 ill  rd ^vfng'a Planing1'Ma������0no!3tf ���������b^rationlibejf wil  also furnish'..-;* * 'i-'>.^ 't3:-'i ,   v-7^1'.?tai ...i,> /s^,t  :.:.  .-fj'iil  at' SttUBfrictory' rate'si .���������  :,.. ,;!"/-^j *.-.,.! / p--i,Celebrated;.^'j...,,-;/Si?* i?ia^  ���������  :i������i't'ii/f;DeclaredbyC6hnoirfse������rftu"be;j -Vf/r--: ������������������  ^ : toe ! okihr - good ^auce:v;  PROVINCiAIi SEGRETART?S! OPIJOB,  fe ���������ffiSftMc^ierJcy^/ tbdf >Lietttiiaiiifif Govenro������  b^s/bee'n^leji^ed to^appbiofe ^fib^R*SSly*  Mason, EsQ/tiy be Deputy/Registrar/ of Hthe  Su'pr^mVCbiirt of 'British^bltfmbiaJ1* ^ ��������� ��������� .1-  "���������By co^marid^^'^1^^^/^''^^ //  "JOHN^ASH/-''-^;/.^^;vp  Provincial Secretary*  Provincial SECRETARt?8'OiTScE,f  . r -^A'V^Marcb,^873. ��������� '^.j'if  'His ^Excollenoy '���������We'^i^&niali'^GpyMbf  has'b^en "pleased tb appoint'W.'Q^'BBiiRBiiEYj,'  Esoli/tb be Audit Clerfc M the^JProvince of  BritishCblumbia;"  -!,-,'-,!'!;i':-''' :'51' '-/: ������������������%  By obmmand; :    ; ��������� ���������:     - - - r;:"; - -1 : Oautionl against Fraddi-^Th 0 saccess of th������  JOHN4ASH ''"'" '���������'''���������>li-" v   '   m98^ delIcipus; ;an d ;. .uhriyallo d; ,Cpndtinepjt rhaying  Pmifi n nS������T Gflrt*.Afft u������'' caused certain dealers to.appJy, the name of * *AYorcc8������  rrovmciai oeci ������tary. terBh|r0 sauce'' tott(h'eif'owa. ifafer'lbr.cpmpounds, tac  public fs! frereUy- informed1 tbattht only wa^ to pro*  ���������  cure the genuine, is to .vrir; i-t;:;-: U^tf  ���������������<���������- ^ftp-"'*-? 5* '������>���������:: ;!' Wirttd86e>"thtat<fb^lr namesare-upon'thewiuWBR  ., His, ExoelleP cy the - Lieuten.an^Go ver nor labkls, stoppkr , an ti botti.e-.; i i ������������������ - *������ ;��������� ?" - ;; ] .  has been .'pleased.. to /a p pbin t. the';=fpl lo w j ng ^ Spme.q f ^e.foreiff n, marke ts. hay 1 n & ;,boc������ anppH e������  gentlemen tO'$e-;'ABsefflorsF.and ,*"*J"'" "J���������*t-"w ���������-���������*- ������-������������������������������-- ���������������������������  der and to carry out the provisions of "The  fiioHARD Wpbbs, Esq.,*for Victoria Distiict,  Esquimait and Metchbsini/pistticfi; Esquimau  Town district, 'and .Lake, and Saanich Districts. "'"''''': / " ":''v '*'/'" :'" ' " ; ,  : Willtam Stewart, E^Qi,!for Nanaimb Dip  tridt.- :"-'! ��������� "7 -i'' ': ���������  John Mort.by, Esq., for Cowiohaa and Salt  ^SpringIslaadDistrict ,;  i  y v,,.,AA1'  wl tbfa1 Bpuriflu s ^^'estersh VreSaii oc Sb0^ tll.c VJ^P*  per bad-labels Of which' tho names of tea and Tdrrlnj,  have?5bpen forged^ L; and P.? givc notice thaMncy  hav;e; farnlsbpd their correspondents' with'power������  attorney to (take/i nstan t.proceedings against; f^'  ACtCRRRsand 'VBN'boRg 01' such,' or any otjicrimi^*���������  0nsby whichtheirrIghtmayh0infnrigodi,"'''^;  AskfbrLEA. &5fPKRRINSV Sauce a^ft^  Nanie'ba>'Wrapper; Xab'elv1 ������ottle," -ana  ���������i Stopper^:;.- ' ���������   ������������������ --'fj-ilViit ; *A *-o;>'---<-/n' ���������  Wholesale and forexportby thoProprietors,^'*  cester ;Orosee and Bia-dk wel lr, L6nd on������*'������*> ���������** t  byflrcccraftpdOilnien uBlrowaHt.   y ; ��������� , ; : "'  sbmS


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