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The Cariboo Sentinel May 4, 1872

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V'~"r:  '."..'I.''.!"   ^V.l..1'.:.'... r""'""'~'   ' *r^^'y"-S",""-~'~-'y,"',''"7-' *//'������������������  THECAEIBaOSEN]  '; ���������: -y yyy ���������:;���������'������������������' V- ������������������ fi'. fis fifi fifififififid:^AyA<fiy i l> V yu >X y y. ;--^:ly:-,v.-.-y  A      ' Subscription, -  -  50 Cents per Week;  For  r ofiesQuare (oiie irtcbj^firstinsortipni Ai':y'gg������������������/;.  ;ForLvrosquares, first!nsertion,     -   - ;. --y;  6  .     ' gAffififi'fy��������� j^ne'jmontfe- ^-.eL ;>--^y^;y| ^  j    "' ��������� ^ cenjs^and^no; more sball bevcbargedTOr  j Ay*, f seach'copy orexttab^BbTcertiflefli*^**^  /..-....,,, -s, ���������yr,.,j,,., ^.4....,t*^. -.,. .. r-,���������.���������.^.^fY^f..^.,^A-..-^^  - ,;3;:: Section 45 of tb^ Principal Act is hereby  Repealed,;and;tbe folldwingaubatituted tbere-^  % a < a: IKp 'rt*'n f ������ h n 11 k "nVi jihi <1 <ir ft r" fl ' fii'e'riV* I i'rioi'iir A r'tti  Mtfii;  "fi /'Creek Ciaims^ eh all be one^bnri<ared! Jeet;  loag,ra eisii redii ii; t he u ir ec ti on o f :ib e gen era 1  course.. of, the strea m - and filial! extend * hi*  .-.   '   fifit,y,y.i .,*..    i     ���������  <������������������'. -  v ... ���������-  i ;...--���������.   .-    ,'  y^idtb; :froni base, to baae'of-the' bIIJ?ot> betf6b  on each "sKteT  r"     "*" Tl". ."r" ' 7" " *,"' ~:!  ���������for-:";'    '���������'-!' : ������������������'- ���������-/* ���������'������������������'''   -' '-''""'- '*'' fififi/'-' A/-'. , /;y'!  - -   'y ��������� "'ufiy  'fiy 'fi*-- fiy.i--.y'<:y y������'jfifii'fyyfi������A _  ;) ���������*������TQiiarlis"GIaynH^IWI fee,pne-������hUn;dred and  e^ls'-i'tber^  al /the .members ofibe/Corapany.eha! Li; tta'dn:  .ordinurr cases; be, j'esponfliblejfor ..the e.x-4-  :peiiae8 incurred ,by,reason of Etich���������:working^/  f^,j^^bere^  cifnfc. to^^rk* hydra ui ic> pt !other^clai ms rye^  iOjiJrfng ^yater ytp tenable,| h^ td^bb-iAWOlpkecl %  such claims shall ;ba laid,oyer by?virtue otft  lih\fi$eetAJii.iii&fip^  llpngei^pedod^^ekcept *by/?jroayej^^^e%G.^  'Cpmm^sionePr;4 'l(    [d fifi \   a ,- fii AAA fifi fifi; A  filififi IiKulUrninin&aciions ':'drPsiiii������:ibBi.GQlcb  Commissioner sbalU.wheb cracticable, decide  >i.������������*:&tn Fmnctsco  Boan.&Co.,*    -       -       '-    , ,r  -������..-    -.Sj.id Francisco  O ^tre^t,.: L-  ,   .; 4',.-- , ��������� SO Cprahili; Loujlyn, B.C  rii/oARlBOO Sbnti'nel  ' "      &-.&':'-j.   A'"y fiyfi fiy fifi fi-^ : Afi ' fi -''\ fcyfiy  ,   . i*/       ^r;  ' V       L^-^-^ * Y' Yv"  sVt      V v j     H' ^/- ^|?V  llar^s Gircularfl^PbsterR-ari'rl ProKramrae^ fori  y Balls add Theatrical Entertainments? .., j  ,   .   fifiyy,fi fififififi  fifiyfi fiyfifiiyfi'y^.yA.y:/fi:fiAfi.  '^-L*&������fii-i     -1' [    i      Vi        .1      '       . i  "��������������� i   ���������   d      ^ "_>������r  . ���������Terms!moderate*..,.,..,,,  }>ti oi-beioWlbe ^'{Vicem  two extreme ends of ijuch! one hundred and  therefor.  ,     .   , '..     '   ��������� ��������� -.     .yr     -   -fi'  fi G. -Section  83 is<hereby repe'aled,.and the  following substituted xfiy. vfvv "' "  -'-> fi-'  fi, In.defnult-or payment wit.hln miclrtime the  .'Wb������re8s it 'is expedient'--to .-Btnend "The  ���������O.old Mining Ordinance, ,1867,". hereinafter  :/:.-;->'JfiCfi-ll^d^tliejlP-rincipal Act,:,f 11 .- >-> , t y - -  :v Therefore,:her .Majesty^-by! rand with the  ~tidvi.ee and consent -of the Le^faiative-Assem-!  fiblyfi of the ftovince fin British' Columbia,;  enacts aa follows:.'5   fi r2        *"      "*"-���������:  ��������� fi t X., In t he.cqnstri|CtlQd. of tb w Act they .word;  f Jri^reBtV sball mean an'aliquot.part of: the'  ^prnl^of jsha^  ;be ^divided Jbyi|heTownerorpwniers.thereof;!  Mfch'e words <fCloiae. Season" ishall mean!that  pjerindrif:the ^year dicing .^hfch all the Mining  ijClaimadn^ over! bylthe!  ^Gold Gotnmissioner-fthereofi  /2;^ectfb]||;30^  Act are fiereby repealed," and the follbwingi  ./^n^ftittejllhereforr/^T   tfifii,*-?   fififi    fit  X1/J Every Eree; Miner or /Jpmpanyo^feee]  ; y:  yyMiners shall ^  c M--   or their mininglntprestdriet ofminiDg^  'Interests in one record, on payment  r' '; -_ '^-of.two' dollars' and^fifty cents for, every  , AI'.r \-./sqc^VFeobril.v.'and^every^^c-Leave; 6(  ������y ' a ' A bsence*'. shal j con tain the number ot;  ', ; ���������, fi interests in any mine which may be  fiyi-fifiip^mpted:t'roin-tppx^ntati0n> and the;  Ay fifi .-���������.���������;.:������ Mini- of A two dollars, and fifty cents and  ��������� Afiifi::������������������:<;..%p;-^ore/sball^bi-/char^   Apr;"such,  '���������'������������������������������������ V Lea ve of Absen ce ;: 1 \ at 1 d for an y Bi 11  Ifi- fi    of SaleybrwOtfiefc docura  tlri h 0 re cord edv th e sti til n t < -wo d 011 a rs   - nnVMifty cents and no more shall be  Laniount^be!-;ci>prectr bftpersonal lyJiable^therer >  l-SYfi.   fi   -    yi   : r   .    ,-.i <    -   ��������� 4.   ,,,   y. fi.      1 ���������?.'    .,y   -������������������':        |.'   ��������� -^      i."������Ji        - \    !������������������ .   li'     ...j     I    ���������  forftp the Company, and his interest ttherein  mny' be so IdJ by \ he Com pany for the-payment  ^he!dejb  ;may/liave a  K-.*������ ������������������>.-#���������  :-*-.- .V  ��������� '-������������������'���������'���������'"'-''-fiy --:fi\i'y-.i'Jfifi:A 'fi'--)"-''"'-.[ y ��������� -���������'.: fi.-���������' ~ 'y- fi.''yfiyy fi't'A* -:'  I ^^^vy;; ,4: j-q ' fififi yyfifi'fi'yfififi'iiyilAA pltirtbi'V. ,  j Mr ^f';ijv ,^;,:fjri ^;.;| '4 r-^bl fififi.>Miifis:;,, Wi  filter \>jsii!A-iit:**>.o*t- ?r- 'f   y^;^?). fi/vr ^y/fef  -^���������w'',i;,'in'''!''i'a^   /,-^V   -tf^ ��������� txiJijpili,.*���������  .x.-Afi^s>-\t.t.a^-if ���������  WtiTllmGom-fi ; /Hjtntgry*&:;  .fifi   fi. y ���������"��������� > '' y*-.-* fi'iJ/yyl 'fiy fififi fi ���������. Uhllfifitpil^llyjlW}-: ...  j n>fi, ^ri[uld^fi^^fi(: yfi?fii^Q^    .-  yfil   MAS'     RiJ    '.-i'V7   *; '."ill.    ,vM!(-h V*n*lix   ���������  ii!lr-;:  sJ-..j^iSti...  V    ' .'���������'''   ;  ���������rjerson or persons, ,fu.r tlje. aup^ of goods.:  ehl  t^np/to tu  .Columbia��������� by writ, of execution/ process;ol:  contempt  proceedings   fotv attaenmeut; of  ,   * ; yy ffi/fii fi  ^ r    ;���������'   *���������   *   , v '>< y,% '  ceeds of the sale be/insufficient-to pay off the  several'sumsjnenlioaed.^ the GplfeGommis  Btooer^npon. being: applied to; sh fill issue an i  order directed to afiWSlierift to! teize and sell J  :anyvot|ier--pers6jn of tbe  ^������lb������4-/hbiiSea!o  above eases,ybe conspicuolisly^6^teWupii������teni  clear days prior to the day of sale, in the;  vicinity.of sttch^minln^������r^b������HerIproperty.)  !an^ a0he!Gb������rt' House-nearest tbe|efo; -Fty:  vioed, bo we ver, tbatM ft siicli d eb \ o r slie absen t  ���������������������������:���������    ������������������ ���������:���������.'..' ���������. ' ''-'fi- -i -i"y,y,fi:       ,->fii-: >'���������-,.  from.the X)ktrict^such notices shall be given  raijln!foresiIdvfHtrfet^etT clear ;davtf prior Jo fJtlie  yyJ'  ..������;\.:%. ���������': 1 -.,,. .> v ..}:-"-   ..is,. '���������-%i-*i .y ���������������-. ;y, .1.-, ,-if  dav of! sale; andiit'i anvtitlftwapaper be pub-j  lished in the/DiSti'ict; whfefetri'such mining or  otb  tict4  to'; p ay aii dp ay in g t he i!fu 11 >.am oiiri t / d lie/,f or:  the smallest portion of the said ^rctp^rty.l  sb a i 1,- be Sri ti 11 e d;;to1% b^ssion^the'tecif c ri d>' to  a bill/of sale therefor/s'ijgne'd -by tlit? Auction-1  eer; such bill of /s.alei/anall:confer such; title 1  11 }>on the pnrchaser as tlie 0wnor had.  :y ���������'-: 7. fij& very hi U. ofial 0 -ofa^n i h; 1 hfigA n! eres fc. 0 r j  0? iiny fraction.: tbereof.. shall be recorded j  w! th in t lie t fine pVesc r ib'ed To r 'record ing p re-  em}itipiic^aimst:aurtjfriiuy;4>w^  df Hale shrtll wilfully neglect or refnse^so-mo!  do, he shall, be ordered to pay a fine not ex !  c^eding fifty dollars."or 'shall be imnri^'riedj  J !fe;p/������i / Iv'f y i/I|fy ^'^i;y;>y//v f/y-?y >y;g: biy ayv^!: ^;K://;i!f:;; /v^![ fii c>'^;-/ /-:. y  ���������!v - ���������. 1 my fifi, \ Ay,; fifii ��������� - fit) fit q  '&���������&:.;-������������������:  ���������r   yy���������77-   7fiy~yyfifi ��������������� *y    '      7^   fip-      ;  wxfifiy  & cltiim;ovikpi;of yclaim&- shall',iupi.onIturnish-  ing .good au d- s uffic,iei) t :pr00 f,,i n ��������� Iftbe ��������� 0pihioi  of ihOfiXeMp^ that he-P-i*  itjiey^havediionrred'expens^  ;Lt������R*iqiutWie������n-fcin-i!abobS^ ^b r. o tbm?  a ui on n t 0 n each! frac tionai "part 0 f, a ftil I !i n teIr?  eat,;^iJ;ho^t!^e^eivin^������anyj reuiuueration 01  return;offientd<out of^etich" cl������im^ttInd that- the  ,-;*". vvvjv ","T3;i"'-.    *;*;"��������� v--yy';. v-.  Vy &  to,the said -G old/Up m 111 i^biviuor,/signed,byvan  tise> niembi.ra'jot* pwoei'S of or in isueii claim,  asking;for leave of absence underihisdauai/s  -:;;.;; ,:.������.y y/y;;;i - ^ fiyfiy, fiy yyyyAA fifififiyfifi fifiififiy:A. fi':  '��������� ': fifi fi'Afi *���������* \'-fi fi.A. :;'*  " ..'.' /: :.V .:.--.,". fy>. .';'���������'; " K     y ;-':':'''���������   ''' ���������Ayfifi   '-fifi .v-v.W.-. s    '. ! ;.'>.- -. ir:-"*/.'-'-:-' '���������*���������;*  ^ **    >     " L ���������"    - r ^    '-fevllv^y-'  |e;I^|/;if^;/%^ysi/;.^^  !������&saa*.:  charged Jyaud every Free Winer or \Jotfi any t -Inin iipt:exceedin^:-;l^iirteen.: dav.s^as:  ,.: /. '/."Vrefie'Mii|er������:fi!i>^l;/i;i?6orti-_:ltijs. or, their  ���������'''fi ��������� < c 1 ui in 'under the provisions of this Act,  . ti nd in < I e la ii 11 0 f so doings hall b e pi 1 b -  !;��������� !; / jivct to the pimaHies of th���������? /Principal  -'���������'������������������'Act-r--' -y- ������������������/..- fifi^y -���������"���������;! fifi :ifi"fi: -fi.,  ���������- -A2.1 vThe b00ks 0f record siiall, durin^ rea-  ''-" % " -'   ������-fi !* ���������:>'���������' ���������   ���������"���������'' ��������� ���������' ��������� - ' -' -���������' "��������� ���������'������������������ : "��������� ��������� y fifi-  , - -w   8orfah I e*li 0u i'S,'be 0 pen  10v��������� pn h I ic.' in*  f-pection free of cltarge: -,..'. ��������� i  ;JBv]   Every cop y/f 0f, or ext.ract fr0ra, anyj  record in the said hooka,'and certified  to.,, h.e,.a .trjii e -copy .0 r ex trac t u nder the  1 j a0d 'of Aihi' ��������� v^edd G&mmIssioner  or  other person etitrusted to keep such  books,shall be received in any Judicial  11 ���������������tp I'oceedi 11 g aa -!e.v i tlfence of t h <* in a 11 e r.s  .^r.itfa^reiii contained, and the .911 m/of fifty I  any $6\d Commissioner or Slipfcm(Mry Magir-  ���������tfate! may. direct...  8. A co-jpari.ner in any Mining Company;  shall, at any meeting thereof, r,be entitled/ to'  v 0 te 11 p on Jan y i nleres t; o r f rac fci 0 ri '��������������������������� o P ah ? i iU  teR'st, which be may hold therein,:but the re-j  suit of the votesv given ahull be.determined;  by. the number of tlie ihteresta" voted upon!  an'd .no t iiy. the1 n ii tuber of i cb-ji aHners voti ng]  at such meeting, notwilhstanding anything -toj  the con trary cprntained' in Sectioriy!81 ..'of ihe;  Principal Act.     !,/���������;���������.;- ;i  9. i)tiring the cl0se season noFree Minerj  shall bebonndtowork bis!.cUiiiu..j pi;ov.ided.i  A yy:: fiififikfifi:. :yim:A.fiAfififiAfiyAfiAAA'fiAyAAfi-AifisA  ���������;'.; -y-;y>   ^-jr-yyv.' ���������;������������������..���������; "iV--y-^..J..vu:  fifiyfififiy-  fi Ay yfii  absenceyshallanitjbeU'tujewal 13-unless at^the  p leasti re vo f th������ y Go) d Commission er.' Afiyiy  videPal-waysV that sticlrFre^jrhier^r'Jliuei^  shall be in possession of a -mini tig"- 1 icense  *pontimjpjisiy/n^  f 3 ri ro vided :i'3 the, illn Ing ���������' urdinaij co, "This  c \ au se sh al In 01 be 'con ^tvoed so! as to i ri.t < ��������� 1;  1 ere !witiror;abridge, the discrelionary ; po\iV;i  ;ii0w exet'ciked 0r berea'tt#r -io-He\exercls-iiJ  .by? the G old 'Coni m i s hi 0 n e r in gra ii ting' lea v e  .0 i'!a bsen.c .0 1.1 n< I ei*, ot hetv pi rcit m s t an ces,:. -. . ���������  / Iii;! 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'-"���������"i'  however that any Mining Compai.ysbaHlm  the/):iglil;.lJ0 woiii 'their xrviiii> if the co-piijr]tier������i - .-������������������A^i2������?W3t<7 ^".w '���������;j-^:-/*v3^^  Finest l^nesrN Ligixor?  ^toTCfAtobtm^^ATTHfcVH'AWREllQfW*-  !> to tlie sp:ictous. urv������imV*������'fprjtverly _.k 110wp np ,ii&  Si;':������^w!;SHl<iijii; 'where ;.tlwy/������UI btt ui^tt Umjj  propiireit;u> firriiifsh; -'-:   ;' . fifi AX-*, y        ' w -.f " "  '" ",B Q AUD ... A N D !. M B i 1, S . ', I   ��������� '  Afi Of [THfe ' 'BEST ? Q0^ ^1TV;.^,    , _.  .  Tho   1JAR y 'AnnIs*hod wit!lyttiu  Qnt������31 WI^^;  i..J(iVQ.iw������ji/! 'plOA^v .. .;..? ��������� ._ .:.;,:!!/.,- ,! -..,,!,.?   :  Board:; fifi Mk^&A W$?M  (IBS*! .'���������itfSSSKss*.  TflE OARTBOO SENTINFX  SATURDAY. MAY 4. 1872.  TUB  CANADIAN  PACIFIC; RAIUWAT.  A very:'short trrae has elapsed 'sine������1 the  ���������advent  amongst ps of a corps of Engineers  employed by Ihe Dominion Government to  mate.-the preliminary surveys on the West  iidedf the Rocky Mountains in connection  *with this proposed line, and tlie rapid pro-  yjcreps made.by  Ihe different parlies in their  Tespective surveys is fully vouched for by the  fact that they have already, been enabled by  *the knowledge obtained from .these, expSora-  iions to determine positively the pass through.  -the great Rocky Mountain range which the  Tailway will take.   The concentration of all  the surveying parlies at Tete Jamie- Cache  cand its neighborhood is sufficient evidence in  'Itself that the Leather Pas3 has been definitively adopted.   That route has many ad-  Tnntagea Jnitsfaver.;It ja. in the first place.  ��������� -considerably lower than any other available  breakthrough the Rocky Mountains within  the limits of the British possessions, not being  t 3n/ariy place more than 4000 feet above the  level of the sea���������actually over 200 feet less  r*than the ground on which the Richfield Court j  . Hottse on this creek is built. It is besides  considerably north of the snow bolt, a consideration of tbe greatest importance in the  ������������������determination of a railway line iu. snob, latitudes as those covered by the geographical  ��������� area of British Columbia. Its central position  <on the Eastern boundary line of this Provitice,  -and its -aistabee from tbe 49(h parallel, are  ���������advantages not to be overlooked in considering the merits of thi������ pass. We therefore  eonsider that wisdom and dlscietion have  Ijpth been displayed In the location of that  part of tbe line, "bat taking Tete Jaune Cache  or any given epot in its neighborhood as a  ���������starting -point, we are almost afraid to face  'the pea of difficulties that confront us in at-  tempting to make ������"jintt: cmdimpartidl comparison of .the different routes that are practicable and may be advantageous for the  ^passage of a railway.   There are, in fact, at  'least four different ways by which the. coast  ;rany be reached, all of which will, before the  lapse/)f-another- sea9pn~-have as-many-sup-  ���������porters- as there are parties interested in the  -determination of the line in any particular  locality.  .The first route that attracts our notice from  ^Leather Pass is that by-way. of tho North  Thompson and Kamloops, and thence down  the main Thompson and Fraser rivers to New  Westminster and Burrard Inlet. . Tbis is a  -comparatively short and easy way of reaching the coast aud has  few engineering difficulties in its way, but the terminus would be  situated in a. place  tbe approach to -which  would be difSctilt asd tedious to sailing ves-  -���������sels, and sometimes even to steamers, in con-  -sequenceof the somewhat intricate navigation  -of the straits between Vancouver Island and  the Mainland.   Its position further up the  ��������� Siraita than Puget Sound, the terminus of a  powerful couteuding line, would also be a  #reat objection.    Another -plan   might  be  mdo.pled,Iha't of swerving ofif from the North  Thompson near the Clearwater river, passing  lielween that siream and the Great Quesnel  Lake, thence through the Horsefly country,  ncrofl8 fhe Fraser at ed me point vn ear the  ���������ttiouib of the Chiicoaten River, and thence to  ���������Bute Inlet.    This route would pass pretty  ���������nearly through the centre ot the Province,  but even supposing it to fibe practicable; it  has many engineering and other difficulties  to contend with.   The descent from the Coast  ���������Rangeas very sudden and -most precipitous,  <md the navigation tbe whole way from Cape  FJaltery through the long narrow straits a?  tne southern end of Vaneonver Island and  along its eastern coast, is intricate and diffl.  cult.   This, together with the rapid current  in  tho inlet itself, flowing through what is  neither mm e nor less than a gorge d*a the  mountains, with no anchorage worth speaking .of,/ would make that terminus practically  Inaccessible to anything but steamers, an objection which will no doubt bean iasurmount-  abla one to tfo railway authorities.   AnOih������ .  plan is already mapped out by pome,and that  is to follow the eastern branch of the Fraser  down as far as Fort George, and thence acrof-3  to the IJentinck Arm or Bute Inlet. The  great objection to this proposal is that tbe  distance to tbe coast la considerably mcceaspd  by foliowiner the long circuit faWti.bV tbe  Fra?er without any countervailing advantages bei-ng .obtained.  .  The only other route left to consider ia that  by way of Castle River and Dominion Paps.  lately ������urveyed by Mr Mahood, thence  through the Cariboo country, crossmir the  Fraser River at/a point tiear Alexandria or  Quesnel, and thence acros������ to the North Ben-  tine!*; Arm* orv Bute Inlet!- If any of our  readers will tana the trouble to look at any  good map of the country they will perceive  that it is a due east and west eourpefroin  Tete Jaune Cache (passing through the centre  bf the Cariboo district and Quesnel) to tbe  North Benttnck Arm, and there is really only  one engineering difficulty -on tbe whole road  to be overcome, and that is the heigh th of  Dominion  Pass.   This could ensilv be  ob-  ��������� v .....  viated by running a tunnel of perbapi two or  three miles in length;   The rest of the  road  could be built over a good levi*l country tbe  / whole war! "'The descent from  the  Coaat  Range to the sea by the Bella Koota River is  gradual nnd easy, the harbor Is good and easy  of accefls, ha* plenty of good anchorage and  room far whole fleets ot "vessels. It thus has  a decided advantage <wer Bute Inlet.' There  are no intricate a traits io navigate, and when  a vessel is out of the Inlet she !s on tbe open  sea; and Iter course across the Pacific to the  Asiatic cotist is plain, easy and short, a .point  of the utmost importance In the consideration  of the Terminus question. This route,;upon  the whole, appears to us to :be; the best one  yet proposed* In fact, there is only one that  We-consider can compare in any way with it>  and that is one that would terminate on Van-  cou ver Islan d. aiipposi ug.lt was fo u nd p ra c-  ticable ,.tn bridge the s feral ta. If such were  the case.'the. terminus must necessarily be on  the west coast of Vanconver Island. There  ia a good pass across to Barclay Sound, a  splendid harbor, and, like. Bentinck Arm.  after you are out of tbe harbor you are. on  the open sea with nothing to obatruet the  course' of ei ther "a steam er or sailing! vesse 1 s.  You are besides considerably nearerHo China  than any of the proposed ports in the straits.  If the lino were taken! along the eastern coast  of the Island to Victoria and Esquimau, the  distance would be considerably increased  and no commensurate advantages be obtained.  The.same dtacuities.have there to be contended with that are to be met witb at Bur-  rard Inlet, with -this difference, that-the line  is a little longer and tho intricate navigation  U very little lessened. We are afraid that il  the Victorians succeed In seeing their pet  scheme of connecting tbe Mainland and Island  together by a railway bridge carried out, it  will only end in their most bitter disappointment as to the Terminal point, for so surely  as it crosses to Vancouver Island the necessities and requirements of commerce *���������:111  force it to that point on the west coast which  will, give it the greatest command of the  Asiatic and Pacific trade.  Ma Fitzokiuld's Appointment.���������The most  important appointment which we have to  chronicle as emanating from the present Government is probably that of Mr Fitzgerald as  Gold Commissioner and Stipendiary Magistrate In Omineca. Mr Fitzgerald has been  for, many years a /faithful and energetic officer  of tho Crown. For years he -filled the offices  of Acting Clerk Of fbo'Bench and Chief Go a -  stable in this district wiih the utmost -efficiency. We are sure that his many friends in  this district aud Omineca will hear of his appointment to that important position with  pleasure-^-a.position which his long experience, integrity of character and ability will  enable him to fill in a manner alike satisfactory to himself and the inhabitants of the district--covered hy tho termB of his appointment.  Wjuk "'Dowx.��������� The Telegraphic wire being  down yesterday we are unable to furnish any  report for the.latter half of the -week, Tbe  line will be in operation to-day,  " Observers " communication is rmavoid-  ably :ptfst|Mxaed until our next lpu&������  Stkamer Victoria.���������This Bteamer i& expected to connect with the down express next  week at Quesnel.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  TSCE.  THREE HORSES (two WMte anil one Bay),  having been left on my Ranch last Fall, owners  unknown, nntjee- is hereby given that unless tho  same are redeomed- prior to that time ihey will after  tbe lapse of one month bo sold a.t Public Auction to  defray the costs of Ranching, Advertising and Expense of Sale,  '    "    ;    ANTOINE BROUSSKAU.  QuesuelmouthvMay 1st, 1872. my4 1m  ��������� Barnard's Express.  The' undersigned has admitted  STEPffKS TINGLKY and JAMES HAMILTON  into Partnership in tbe above business, from an4 after  the first dav of April instant Tho business will bo  continued henceforth under the nmne of P. 3. BARNARD & Co.  - v'... ?. J   BARNARD.  Yale, Aprill3tb, 1872. my4 ltn  Suitablo for Cariboo and the neighborhood,  cm be obtained at      '  >������  AT REASONABLE PRICES.  A Fresh Stock, of Patent Mpdicines,  Leeches, Lozenges, Stationery. Perfumery,  Elastic Silk Stocking-*. Kuee Caps. Socks and  Wristlets. Improved Shonidur Braces, Infants'  Feeding Bottles..India Rubber Teats, Rings  nnd Tabs for Teething. ,.  ^ Teeth Extracted and  carefully FilledVj  $&��������� Prescriptions and Family Recipes accurately prepared, my 4  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  S3:  3C3SXT-  Express Line Stages  CARRYING H. M. MAILS,     ._...._..Will.make.__.:  ��������� i fi.  Regular    Weekly    Trips  from Barkerville,  Arriving in Yale on Thursdays, in time to  connect with tho steamer " Onward" for  New Westminster, and with the H. B. Co.'s  steamer ** Enterprise,"  The California steamers lenve Victoria on  the 7th and 22d of each month.  ap27 3m  F. J. BARNARD.  Notice io Farmers.  JOHN MARSHALL  IS AT HIS OLD STAND, AT  t^-Send your Wheat along hoys [   :j$5r CHEAP  RATKSl-^g&'v S.ittsfat;ti(m guaranteod, and no delay,  tSodiv Cr*ck. Marcb 5, U1Z. tnb S Cm  ���������cl  R  res  JOUR   ETMVELOPES  Properly Stamped, are now reduced to  ���������  12 1-2 Cents each, or $10  for 100.  Our Agents at way pl������cf*fi usa all diligence in seeing  that letters ar������ promptly fumar-tcU to polate beyond  tho r^gnljr $ta#o r������j<a*������a, ���������      , ,_  Fast Freight Line of  USEE TIMES! M05THTOCABIBOO.  A. Barlow ban made arrangements to run ������  Lioe of Stages between  YALE   AND   CAKIBOO  For the conveyance ot  FAST        FREIGHT,  ORDINARY EXPRESS MATTER,  AND    PA SCS ,E NflER S .  AH poods com������l^ned to Harlow's Aireot,  Yale, will, ba forwarded without delay, and  at reasonable rates.  Commissions ot all kinds promptly exer  cuted. ColU'ctioott made, and a General Ex*  press Agency transacted.  Barkerville Agent,  -   -   .   D. KURTZ.  Quesnell^ Marcb 25, 1872.' ap20 3ui '  AIGood^ Investment.  F OR     SALE,  TH A T     F IRST.-C LAS S,  SALOON AND LODGING  HOUSE,  Situate iti tho most central part of the tow a  of Barkerville, and known aa ihe  PARLOB SALOON.  V;  nituru, kc.  The above comprises, Tables, Cb airs, G t.i s.������-<?9, De.  c:������ut������.Ti*, Carpels, first-class Pulu Berts, 11 tutreF8-.\  Blaukets; Sbeels, .Pillows, Pillow Cases, Cr<*rk...iy,  an������t every c<������nvenieiico anpertuiRing to a Saloon ������.ii 1  I.0flj?;jnp: House.  ~ .For"furibTr-particuiars,-.apply at the Ses'tixicl.  OIDce, or on the premises to  S. P. PARKER, Proprietor. .  f������g~ All parties indebted to tbe undersigned ar*- rr.  quested to call and settle their bills bcloru lb-l^t  any of May next ;��������� ������n������l ntl persons having claim*  against bim'are requested to present the same iaimediately. ��������� --.���������.:..  A1) oet)ts remaining unpaid after.1st of May will  be piaced in the bands ot an Attorney for colP-ction  tf. P. PAltKEi:.  Barkerville, March 20,1872. mb23  \  Lane and Kurtz Cariboo  Mining Company,  Location of Worlca. Williams Creek, British  Columbia.  ���������\TOTICK I?. HEREBY GIVEN, THAT AT A Meeting  IS of the Trustees of ������-i|.i Company, held on Saiur.  day. the Tinriifth day of March,' 1872, an Assessment  (No.* 1) o! Five Doliurs i$5) per Hlvv* was 1 vim! upon  toe C.������pit'iJ St'ick ^f said Company p :yuble imtne^i-  ately, iu United Stutes Gol'i Coin,  to ihe  4U&  S.ereury,  CalllurnU  at ihe Ofllcy <if tbe Coin pany, No.  street, *:������n Fmr.'-isco. C.dlfornla.  Any Sicok up^n which sal I Assessment shall remain unpaid on WK.D.NE*DAY, tho TWENIT-MNTK  DAY OF MAY^ 1873 shall be deemud delinquant,  and will bo duly advertised for Bale at Public* A'*c*  tion, and unless payment sliall be mndo before, will  be So! d on Tii U HS HA Y, the EIG HTfiENTH DA Y OF  JULY, 1972, to pay tbe delinquent AssesstnMit, together with costs* or advertising and expenses of the  t-aio.  ��������� By order of tbe Board of TrtiRtees,  B. ���������������. MINOR, Secretary,      .  Office No. 411 % California street, San Francisco,  California.  ���������&&* Assessment receipts will bo sent to tho BrdIc  British Columbia, for Stockaoldcra dcfitrinff to p*y  ap27 4t  ot  at Uarlcorville.  COMMISSION, STORAGE,  AND  G-eneral "Agency.  a1 ( :U'5f  yy^uk  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY. MAY 4.1872.  MINING, INTELLIGENCE.  WILLIAM CUKEX.  The Cariboo co. paid 80 oa. last week. The  Bftlltrnt co. continue fixing up and will be ot  work in the diggings next week. The Forest  Ro?e co. have bean unable to do much in consequence of the want of water, but will prob*  ably be washing next week.  fifi/fifififi THE MEADOWS.  The Lane & kuris Co. are in 35 or 36 feet  from the shaft. . Tbe indications in this claim  lead to tbe belief that the drive ia approaching the channel.  FRENCH CREKK.  The Ambrose cd. are atill driving their funnel abend, meeting with a good deal of water.  . AMADOR CHEKK.  x The Taylor co. are still putting up machinery.  HA.RYKY orsek.    -,  The Minnehaha Co. took out upwards of  200 of. last week. Other companies are preparing for summer work.   .  .      LOWHKE CftKEK.  The Black Bull co. continue as before. The  Urown co. are prospecuog. The Victoria co  touk out 20 oz. last week.  JACK OF CLUBS CREBK.  The Two Brothers co. are down 45 feet  with their shaft.  LIGHTNING 0R2SK.  We have this week been unable to obtain  ���������our usual budget of mining news from this  creek.    COUNTY   COURT.  Appointments. -His Excellency the Lieut-  Governor has been pleased to make the following appointments:  Anbur George Pinder, Esq., to be Private  Secretary.  jn.-oe* Jtuison Young, Esq., to be Clerk to  the Executive Council.  William H, Fitzgerald, Esq., to be Gold  'ComtriisHinntr and Stipendiary Magistrate in  and for the District of Omineca.  Arthur .Viiwell, Esq., to be Gold Commissioner and Stipendiary Magistrate in and for  the Uistrictof Kbotenay.  Henry Berkeley Good, Esq., to be Clerk of  tbe Bench. Victoria.  U ivid F. Ballantyne. Esq., to be Clerk of  the Records at Omineca. - fGovt. Gazette.  yfi. In addition to the above, the following appointments arc reported in the Victoria and  New Westminster papers :  Mr C. Booth. M.P.P., for Cariboo, to be  ���������Clerk of the Bench in Kootenay, and Mr W.  -C. Berkeley, of the Treasury, to be Clerk of  the Bench at Yale. It is also said that Mr B.  P. Griffin bus been tendered the position ol  ���������Clerk of the Bench at Lillooet, and Mr flett  (Solicitor and Law Clerk to the House) the  same appointment at Clinton. Mr Pope, of  Yale, is also reported as Dr. Trevors successor at Yale, our old friend the doctor taking  the appointment of Clerk to tbe Bench at  Nanaimo.  In Memoriam.���������By our Telegraphic report  from Quesnel we are informed of the death  in Omineca of one of our oldest and best  prospectors.   WthVam Chapman was a native  of the Eastern States.   He was possessed of a  good education, had been a seafaring man.  .and was about 50 years of age.   He was an  old -Californian, and one of, the first pioneers  in this country.   In early days he worked in  ��������� the Canndian Company on this creek, and ih  '''62..prospected the country lying between  Quesnel Lake aad tbe head waters of the  Thompson River.   In '68 deceased went to  .Pi'-m-' River and prospected Silver Creek.  In   '1)9  he formed, one ol a party who prospected on Vital Creek under the name of the  ���������Chapman Co.. and were the^roost successful  miners on that creek.   Jo '70 he went to Ger>  mansen Cre*k, and has wmfced and prospected  ���������.in that section, of the Peace River country  :e v er, si n ce    He was a go od ��������� h ear ted ^ liberal  man, a good mountaineer, and waa liked and  res peeled by all who knew him.   He fell a  victim to scurvy.   Requiescat in pace.  Comingl���������Colonel Lane, tho enterprising  organizer of the Lane <fc Kurtz Co., is expected  to arrive here by Barnard's express next  ���������week. _   Tub New Mining Laws.���������For ^.information of our readers*/we publish on our first  page the Mining Amendment Act recently  pasansd sod now ia fovc* la tfefa Fr^Ttaee.  The following is the  reply of the Gold  Commissioner to the Bedrock Drain Petition:  Richfield, April 24,1872.  Gkntlemgn,���������I have the honor to acknowledge.the receipt of your petition requesting  roe to enforce the Drain Company to carry  out the terms of their charter, or to declare it  forfeited, ro as to give others an opportunity  of opening out the drain, and enabling all  parties willing to work the portions of Williams Creek affected by the stoppage to work  those portions.  In reply, I have to acquaint you that I have  referred the matter us to the expediency of  opening out the upper portion of the Drain  to the opinion of five experienced miners, and  yon will see by the written opinions of four  of tlnun (copies'of which, [ enclose), it would  not be advisable to force ihe Drain Company  to tap the upper portion of the drain until  after the Spring freshet, as the lower portion,  and probably the whole Drain, might be  thereby destroyed.  Under these circumstances. I cannot take  any steps until after the freshet, and even  then Iltnist it will he unnecessary, as the  Chairman of the Directors of the Drain Company has assured me'thafc the Company will,  as soon as it is practicable a (ter the freshet,  commence operations towards opening the  upper portion of tho Drain ; and I have intimated to the chairman that the terms of the  charter must be complied with, or I shall be  obliged, to take steps for the declaration of its  forfeiture. In the meantime, ample time will  be afforded the petitioners to organize another  Company to accept the charter in case of its  forfeiture by the present one, or for those who  are .particularly affected by the stoppage of  the upper portion of the Drain to combine  and enter into an agreement to assist each  other in keeping the drain in working order.  As the petition has been numerously signed  by parties who I presume are specially affected by tbe present stoppage of the Drain,  aud more especially interested in the future  operations of tbe Drain Company, I request  yon will take pneb steps us you may deem  necessary for makiug my reply known- to  them.  I have the honor to be, Gentlemen,  ��������� Your obedient servant.  IL M. Ball.  : Gold Commissioner.,-  To Messrs. Jonathan Nutt, Samuel Pearce,  aud other Petitioners.,.  (Before H. If. Ball. Esq , Gold Commlasioaer end  Grouty Court Judge.)  '���������fifi    .   , [encloscrk,]  Barkkhville, April 22.-1872.  To his Honor Judge Ball:  We don't.lhink Oils* is the. proper time, to  open the- drain, but.after the freshet we do.  for it will fill iip the lower part.  (Signed,)   . Andrew Jkffry.  A. Anderson.  BarKkrvillk; April 22. 1872.  To his Honor Judge Ball:  Sir,���������In my opinion I do not think this i*  the proper lime to open the upper part of the  drain, as it would in all probability fid up the  lower part, it would therefore be better to  leave it until after the freshet.  (Signed,) . Join; Puetz.  April 30.1872.  The Ecdson Bay Co. vs. the Canadian Co.  (by James Rurdick, foreman).���������This was an  action for $101-70 for goods sold and delivered.  Tlugh Ross said:���������I nm Manager of the H.  B. Company in Barkerville. Tho account  "against defendants commences in January,  7 69. and ends in September of same year, it  is taken from tbe ledger, and ia a correct ac?  count of the goods sold and delivered to the  defendants. Have presented the bill tb the  defendants. Have had conversations with  Burdick with regard to the bill. He never  objected to it, but wanted me to exercise pa-'  lieiice and pleaded the poverty of the company, and finally denied the aecount.  Cros������*.examined :���������It is more than a year  sinew I had the conversation, with Burdick.  Burdick.got some articles ; Prager got some,  and Gumming* others. They told me to  charge them to the Canadian co.. The articles  d el i v ered 1) y M r W a rk 'are ma rfce d J.W. I  might or might not have seen the articles delivered. I always considered Mr Burdick was  one of the Canadian Co.. and I offered lo compromise both accounts separately, his own for  $175���������-it was $311. I reduced his private account down to $150, and compromised with  him for that nmouht.- I never com promised  the Canadian co. account with Burdick, y  DEFENCE...- y fififi. ..  James Burdick, sworn:���������I -saw Mr Rosb  one evening standing with Mr Thompson in  Sterling's sal.oon. Ross spoke about bis bill.  He said I did not owe him a cent if I would  pay" $200. Hoffman subsequently wrote tne  that if I would pay $150 Ross would give .me  a receipt in lull of all demands. The money,  was; paid and tho receipt- obtained iu that  shape. He igued me before on same bill and  w i tlid re w it o n seeir.g receip t. H e now sites  me again as foreman of the Canadian co;   ....  Judgment deferred tiil'n'extday:  ���������  ' Mr Park for defendant, Mr Davie for plain-  tiffii;:       yy  ��������������������������� Wm. Michael vs. tiie .Macpherson Co.������������������  This was ah action for $28 98 for lagging de-  livercd to the defendants from October 18th  to Nov. 10th. 1871.1 Defendants admitted and  paid into Court $10 7.2.  Wm". Michael said:���������I commenced to supply the defendant's with lagging according to  their own-order in. September.   The lagging |  weie-delivered on the claim  near the shaft-  house. ' Muoro hauled them and  I  eluded that of tbe Canadian co., the author-1  ities clearly showed that a receipt of part of,  an admitted sum in satisfaction of all was no  discharge ih lawi.uhless there was aconstd-.  era tion or the reeeip t-under seal, and -there  being  no'''consideration  tha  defendant was  under a legal obligation to pay what lie did,  and the receipt not being under seal, the  plaintiffs must succeed.   *,;'  Judgment for plaintiffs, y  . a a\  Am  Tub Railway.���������Our telegraphic report-Informs us that a Bill has been introduced into  the Dominion Uou&e of Commons by Sir Gee.  Carder providing for the construction of the*  Canadian Pacific.Railway according to tto  terms by which British Columbia gained admission into the Union, and'that the road is  to bercomroenced not later than July, '-73,  and  completed within  ten years.    We are  further informed: by the same source that the  English Premier bad stated in the Imperial  House of Commons that ihe British Government had offered to guarantee a Canadian  loan of ������25.000.000 sterling forthe construction of a railway: to the Pacific Provinces,  providing that the Dominion would consent  to accept the Washington Treaty.   Whether  the   report of this proviso be true or not  makes now but little difference, for since the  withdrawal of  tbe  indirect claims by   tlie,  American Government it is in. every way  likely that the Washington Treaty -.. will fi be  accepted in its integrity/ as far ns concerns  the Dominion, by the Canadian  Legislature,  although bad the Geneva Conference -.been a  failure there is every probability that the  Dominion   Legislature  would  have rejected  that part of the .Treaty with-great good will.  Tbe pro bab i lit tes are n o w strong Jy ������in fay or  'of an unconditional acceptance of the Treaty  by the Canadians.   Ia fact, like the Reciprocity Treaty, it will  probably be found to  work to  their advantage, although on  the  face'of the Treaty  the concessions made t������  the Americans seem_gr.ea tly, to o verb a I an en  the privileges given in return to the people  of tbe Dominion.   Such being the. Case, the  Imperial guarantee will render the obtaining  of the money at a low rate of interest a certainty, and will place the construction of the  road beyond any reasonable doubt. ~ Afififi  ���������   Barkbryii-lb, April 22"; 1872,  To his Honor Judge Ball:  Sfr,���������I don't think this is the proper time  to open the drain���������tlmt is the upper part������������������  for it is sure to fill up the lower part, but  after the freshet I do.  (Signed.) S. Sijccock.  ^Barnard's Express.���������Mr Barnard has taken  Mr James Ham ill on aad Mr Stephen ..-Tingley,  two of his oldest employes, into partnership  in the express business. Both of theso. gentlemen are long and favorably known not  only for the .efficient manner in which they  have handled the ". ribbons/' but more especially for the uniform courtesy and kindness  which every our who has patronized the line  has experienced at their hands., We are  satisfied that Mr Barnard has added both to  the efficiency a,'d popularity of the Express  by Joining with him in the business two men  so thoroughly acquainted with the country  and so deservedly popular with the whole  commit utty.  The Queen's Birthday-���������The Amateur Dramatic Corps and the Barkerville Minstrel  Troupe are now rehearsing for a grand performance to be (riven ac the Theatre Royal,  Barkerville, on the 24th May next, the Queen's  Birthday. We understand that all tha artistic  and histrionic talent which both companies  can command will be brought forward to  enable the inhabitants of this district to while  air ay a ptawntt bx>ur.  Barnard's Express arrived oh Sal urday,  the 27th ult., bringing a mail, express and the  Bubre- following passengers:   Miss Ward and Miss  q'nenf'iy piled, them.   I piled all myself, ex-: penny, to Barkarville ;'Jcbn Wilkinson and  cept one lot. and tiiat another man helped me jjr Lindbardj'to Van winkle :   Mr Standish,  t? in oipSSt ������S!i&lS ������i- Yacko^nd Mies' He ien;Ho Quesnel r-d  and- Nov.- 10th were delivered on the claim J. A. Mara, to Cache Creek.   Tbe down  Ex-  near the shall house and piled there by roe'  according to defendant's order.   I have not  been paid for them.  James Stewart���������Between the last of October and the 20th of November I helped the  plaintiff to pile some lagging about 20 or 30  feet from the Macpherson shaft house. There  were over 80 lagging in the pile. I saw the  Macpherson co. using the lagging afterwards,  I waa working on the claim below and saw  their Chinamen take the lagging from the pile  into the shaft house.  press left on Sunday, the 28th, at 5 a.m., carrying a mail, express and the following passengers to Yale:_Mr_Mundell Qud-Mrand  Mrs HagntL ' ���������������������������'.;.  DK FENCE.  Wm. Tralese said :���������I paid Mr Michael on  Sept. 29tb and never ordered any more lagging. I worked up to Nov. 4th. Wo had  40 lagging there then. Up to that time there  was no lot ol 101 delivered. I told Mr Michael they were not delivered.  James Boy ce said :���������Seventy-eight and 40  lagging were delivered after Mr Treleso left;  the 10-i and 100 were not delivered toil*.  Stevenson was acting us foreman when the  40 and 78 were delivered, for which the  money U paid into Court,  Wra. Stevenson corroborated the evidence  of the previous witness.  Bis Honor said there was evidently a mis-  take on one side or the other, probably in  consequence of the delivery being through a  third party. The weight of evidence was in  favor of the defendants, nnd ho would give  judgment accordingly. Judgment for defendants with costs.  Mason* & Daly vs, John Cameron.���������Judgment summons for $82 and costs. Defendant  was ordered to pay $20 in one month and  $40 in each of the subsequent months.  May 1,1872.  H. B. Company vs. Jambs Burdick.���������His  Honor in giving judgment said there had  been two debts due to the fl. B. Company���������  one from the Canadian co. and the other from  James Burdick on his private account. Bur-  dick had produced a receipt from the H. B.  Co. for $150 iii full of all demands. From  the evidence-adduced, he thought the raceipt  was given in respect of aHl demands against  Burdick, and had no reference to tbe Canadian co. That assuming the receipt was given  sot <mly for Surd ick*a iodebtodaess feut' i^  Lightning Lxpres3.���������Mr Harry Wil mot  the Pioneer Expressman, will run a daily  Express* carrying-Passengers, Letters and  Express Freight from Barkerville and Rich,  field on William Creek to Van winkle and  Stanley &n Lightning Creek and back, leaving the first mentioned places at 8i a.m. and  the latter at 2������ p.m. Mr Wiimot hopes by  makiug regular trips, charging moderate  rates, and careful driving, to merit a fair  share of the publte patronage.      J0F Don't Loas this Opportunity, all  who want to Savk Monet.���������C. %''NoIteihefor  sells Boots and Shoes of all descriptipnsv for  Men, Ladies and Children, at rebiarkably low  prices���������almost at San Francisco rates. Kia  own made boots always on hand. Es*AiB������a  neatly done. Leather, Shoe Findings, and  Groceries at lowest possible prices; Heme'ro.  ber the Railroad Boot and Shoi Store, Bar*  kerville.'    ': ���������'"-' ' *���������       ���������      ��������� -. ���������'-''���������"���������'-'   ���������   *  Dr. Siddall, Dkntist, will not leave Bar  kerville for the iow*r country until abeui tha  1st of May next, in consequence of having art  unexpscUd amount of work to do. ;:     y*;  LL PERSONS liviagfwitbln tho precincts of f������  Town of Barkerville arorequesifid by  the FIf  .Wardens .'to  CLEAN THEIE STOYE PIPES,  and also to clear away tbe UNT-and other combo- \  ble matter from tbe. roof lo -the ^l^bborfe^rt ������>f ������'.  y-nt  \;fi  '-y  ��������� T   ':';  -. ��������� ,yK  .-  ' }?.?<**  .',  ;:-+&k  !-'.  v*-K"fJ  );-.  <-  !.L  ...SitC  * ;���������;  -.* *^1"������C  i      K  *-������.^  ....  :-*.7f������  .---.Si**  ���������! A  yy������?  .fifi  -j - w -yp-  il-;.-'  :A$?'  WA  ���������':���������'��������� ?-r?5  ; 1 -i  ���������  ;!;>*!  y&M  fifi  \M  ���������fim  fifi  :>M  fi-*$  ;fi r^  !> A/  fih$  1   -V  fi"*fr  Wx  ���������v->"wj  "fi.  .i yfifl  \: t'  *    \  ���������*  fifii  ''''' A$  !������������������'*.  ������������������:��������� i-AZ.  fifi.  .!.?&*  \\ifi  yfiifiM  w  '} "fi.  * ���������������*****.*  W'A  -    V  :    . ;-v-  p.* -  .'.* *;.%-x  z\  ���������fi!8$  w$m  M-y$  V  ���������i    ���������. i:  /-.';.. IIT-  ���������..rli  -1 -.' , .-���������  Qy.  <?y~.i  TA  fiJ'A  ������i>'.'  Afix.  5<  ':' -A  ��������� '?'���������������������������'  ���������;-:".vy  Yfi-  ' ..'5  '���������-'   '. y;.i  fifii  ",������������������}������������������ ���������' c -i,  W$&fQ$iffl$$$������$& i as  i.ftMi.myiia^iyfMlfiTim?r'-^^^  5SOK3  gMW^iMmw^-jp^ >  *FTl-i? <H'ADt'R-AA:Q'I7NTFNWT; IJS^aPIes-  Aptfl 29tbv Morning���������Eruptions  j IIfc VAKIBVU pfiniMj^f1-! Blackening,   Now craters -opening to-day.--  ^WEDNESDAY. MAY 1, 1872.  slj^t  ^IJEEMRaPHM  V ���������   OMiNE0^c^;!-: ;s  ;::;;\:  vQnesoel. April SO���������Sylvester arrived from  Omineca last'"Saiiifaay., 27fctf*m*t., with mail  ������ h(I ��������� exp ress. ��������� ��������� He 1 eft *'Ji an son creek o tr 14 th  A* p r 1I;'; M a ny i of the c Ifti ms! were making ex -  -perms, ��������������������������� b u t ~- wi t h ���������' 1H e -ex cop tio h ' of - or good  prospect* found' on^Germaheen. nothing' big  hod beea-struck.   A good'mahy; houses1 are  ygoing^dp onjManseo/ Thesupplyorbeef was [to occupy the deserted towns to protect pro  -plentiful and In -first"; rate, order.'1 !>: jperty ;frora pillage. * The worst is over and  ,/William Chapman ifi ad; died from  senrveyjianxiety is considembly lessened.  I Every fresh:.'opening decreases volcano������ of  j eruption. The heavens this morning are  j'darkened* fey dense clouds of smoke  end  i  'aRheSj, and .strong fwind carries showers of  ���������^burning cinders miles away. A streain of  | lava near-St.-Sebastian, is'now 16 feet deep.  The .King has gone to. d irect measnres for  the rel Ief.of the i n hab i tan ts. Farm s are. o ver-  whelmed with.ashea and-lava and buried out  of sight.;'The loss of life;must' have been  great, but H is" i hipossible to.in jtce'r fiaj h the  extent.   The, view of the volcanoeis now the  *     >..   . -      -     - -. ��������� . -- ��������� - ,  'grandest sight since 1830. Troops are ordered  ���������MISCELLANEOUS...  *nd there is.another man sick with 'the eame  ���������diseases 'fififi "y; ' "'-",:. v- ';������������������-��������� fvr:T^lv  -   ���������-':'!:  , i;,The firstlot of minerfi'wlio left Victoria on  the,Otter^had;got in: ?:Mariy went' In -by-Nans  -ri ver, and .they report;that the show has gone  ���������Ajff ih^ttie riafts river valley-.v v-'\/. 'fifi ' r fifi  t< Go!d.; Commissioner; Fitezerald   was  ex-  . 3>ected-to.'be,on Mansen a-bout the;2Oth mat. u  -���������^Sylvesterbrought-.down ';������bout $5000 in  tffold dust' i B'e 1 eav os on Th n red ay.  : 'Ifii -v A >-:^UESNELMGCJTH.;. AA ������������������>- 'fifi fi  - . vTwo'o'r the:, -il. fyfiCpfis.^boats' arrived last  "^X*!Vr^.*y?^^*,t*^^^' ^r������ ^!ta^ .^4 if r-OaVin  llatn 11 ton? came v^do w n -on the ni.   T he b p a ts  'that?iieUvibere;^lact' week ^were making good  .tini,*;-^'. .fififiAAfi-y\  fifififi-   hfi  fifi-fi.fiy '*yf  i ^r~yy*yyy^  yx;Yale,; Aprii *3t>���������The Onward /arrived on  . igiinday .wltli.a-bout.>40.;tonsr;freight ari&<2$  ���������   TpMBeiigere.-- r She". ,left; yesterday ���������n;m.' at day-  'diglit o n'her Jret^i^n trip. i'';/ fifi- * fi fi:'i: -fifi  f*51'lJarnard 7a- speciaft 1 eft at 3 p.ra. oh Sii ndlav  ;yrii]h tf)erfolloyyidg passengers.:. por Quesnel-r-  ^liss.Simpsom ;For.X51inton���������Mr Ward. ; For  ���������III mile iibiise���������Mr1 Mahsen.   For 11 at Creeit3  :-.   ���������Mr Shannoh:' 'PorCacheCreek���������.Wm.lrinis.  v.;; .Barnard?s ;regular,: wj ti|. (he mails^ left' at 6  ; ;p'do ok oo: Mond ay.;morni ng -with������������������ they f611o w-  ing passengexs.:^JN{essi;s.:.Gannon, VanVolkenr'  ; :^urg.h,. LIndsay,vRobexts.y.yfor r; Barkervi 11efi\  ^^Wesars^Q. B..Wright end-Jas. Wright, for Soda  rCreek. v.Mr ond WrsrFostor,for Clinton.   .  Lawrence, ensd^Baily's mule-.team is the  'pnly one ,yno\y Joading..;- ^fcCuIjumfis jnuIe  Vtralo '1%expected to arrive.shortlyr- and wil 1  . 'fiload for Saypn ars Ferry., vv,        . iy   .  'Weather th reatenlog....,:',-_.,...-  ^.."u fi-fi fifi   -;..CANAi)A.;       .   .-fi.    - y-v .;  f..; Ottawa^ April 27-r-In ��������� the > House of Com-  mons last night, Sir George Carller introduced the-Bilt providing'for-the-constrnction  ������pf theCaoadian-Kacific Railway according lo  % the-, ternjB jyy whIch'������������������, Bri tish Columbia: came  ?-JntOi the union.>,The road is to be commenced  . noV later than July,.*73, and completed within  ;~*en years.. fi-y  v y-.y, ��������� ��������� ' ������������������ \  ; ^ - ifi 'a ;;(JUN?TEU^BTATEa .fi ,/ .  ; -; Chicago, Apri>.28���������Private dispatches from  -/Cincinnatiysay; that .the Convention.on Presi-  . -deulial nominations is narrowed down io a  --choice betweeji Adains;and;yD.ayis, and that  Uavls !a almost certain of;the.nomination.  : ���������    -Sa It X.afe_A.p rj.1 ��������� M���������^Al.the, Mo rm on Co n-  ;:'   lerence^1j*Jd'iJJ|Mi',iPI?1?PlPft^ ^od ?afternoon  *fiiM out S^UO werej jpreseh^ . J^righatn You ng  ���������Vlisccmrae^ aOength,^ tbanking/yQod^thav  ���������''was ypert^ilted . to -be with his people agaln^  y'ji d ho pe d ih e ti me wo u 1 d; ;co rn e wli e n h e  : w in iid ���������ha v e the . op p e rt u n i ty tp ,\ prove tb e  fi Tatjfity of the, eharges agaliisthlm.   He defied  .... ifiVJ),������ V>*$ivh p������ l !������ft vvorl d,to show any thing  ^*kttj,tyj* liia.general'. cnWraoter, \fi^. 'fifi. ,.r[fi,  is nd vertised to- sail for Victoria and Sornid  "ports 'tomorrow, and the Telfair for Sitka on  '.��������� il ajr 1st.;': ������������������' ���������- - ' v,' ���������' ;v..- y ���������,-..' y; y yv; ���������;-.���������;:,-;-.T ���������.  ^.,,4y.-J������)-'i V.yy, .^ROPEAN,---;y'-v;,.x: ;��������� > ..���������;':';  Home, April 27���������In the Chamber;-pjf|:Depi>  s-x������lev.to������day sydispatch- was received from the  Minister at Naples itating that, only -12  per-  *<ms we re ki 11 ed an d 29 i ii j u red by 1 a va.  Se vfjra 1   vi 1 lages   were   a 1 m est : e n ti rel y . d e-  ^trgjrtji; ;b j i t .tii b. j ii habl trtii ts e^ciipeii, th e 1 u v ������  ineviug'ryrward slowly.    The explosions u  itte.inU^Or ^fctheicra^r^coutinues^feiil there  has been ne tremble oHMearthl*  ''.'" ^^V*?^!?^! r7l^rJ^ iuf LHl>^ r ;6 if- In fern at! on  alls tit tiavu buen aiiestcd 'dt'lfiyom.     fififi - ;  Mndndi 29tb April���������It Is stated on oSlclal  authority that Don Carlos hag not returned to  Spain, but was at Geneva on Saturday.  /London, April 29���������The Marquis of Hun-  tingdoQj Postmaster General of Great Britain,  lias .concluded i satisfactory arrangements be-:  tweed the Colonies of Victoria and New Zealand' forr the transportatioh of rr.ails to Austral j a via San Franci8c6.-. .  vln the lionse of Commons, Gladstone, r^-  plying to a question ;by, Jenkinson,'said the  Government had "agreed- to offer to guarantee  a Canadian loan of ������25,000,000 sterling for  the^consVuclioii of a Railway to the; Pacific  PrcivInces proyiding Canada ehouid uccept  tbe .Washi ngto n Treaty, .fifi-Afi fiy;fi v  .Naples, Apiil-������29���������Evening-r^Showers of  sand and1 ashes,- accompanied with I fearful  electrical pbenomena, ig lncessant from tbe  sum m i t; p f th e vole an oe, an d ? he' qi; i ck e ning  ������f .the,'cnpuhtaiD' is more viblent and.frequeni.  Madrid t j April )20tb-^ A number of encounters between the.- troops and insurgents reported. ,li is stated that the .insurgents have  a priest in command. The proclamation of  the par lists.is, circulated ...here., The Pretender ; say s: * " Thank.' G o% I. o m ;p er mi tted  to;kiss ihb.'sacred;soil of' niy" conntry, and'be  again'amo'n'g' the Spaniards/'' 'He appeals to  the: people. tog rise toarms, and declares|. he  will deliver Spain or. die.J Tho King' insists  on taking the actual command of the array..  ARR^prcpBr^d to famish Lumber at their Mills,  Wllliau-CreeV, or deliver*i t0 ordc,,��������� .  ; LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK:  A71 THE SAME RATES AS ON  WILLIAM CREEK.!  Kavlnir a Planing Macblno in operation tbey [wilj  also I'tiraisU   ��������� <  DRESSED LUMBER  MTSCELLANEOUS:  ������������������ LEA :&..PEERINS?-:.ir  Ai-   A fi       bvfifi     "Oulebrated' '      -- ���������  '  '"' ;= fit  WORCESTERSHIRE^  fit peulureil by Connplsseurtto )>c= ..fi-.. A:".  THE   ONLY    GOOD .SAUCE/ V  at eat4^fa������t������^;rQtos..  -.fliill  ^DTIGE.:  AVIXG DISPOSED of : ni v : business at- LAST  CHA^'Cl-i'.to Mr; KRNESTO SOrR,\NIS, I take  this njc.ias of tli an king the public for thoir patronage,  ami request tlie cuiilinualiee.o 1'.siiin'e to my. siiwies'sur  ; ;Allpurties owinj; accounts are requested -to pay tlio  saiuotoMr E. Suprauis within Tbirty Days Itoin <late.  . 1>. MAKEITA. .  Latfit Cl)������������������������, B.C., 22d Maroh, 1872. *m23   !  IE:Wv.GO:Ol):  JUST, RGCK1VED  ���������AT." .'KEJOSIE S.  fifi- A large supply of- '��������� :..  I������ine-Underdo things  -:....".LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S    '  OOTS   SHOES AID SLIPPEES;  Caution against Fraud.���������The success'or this  most delicious and .unrivalled Condiment having  cu us������ d .cer i������i ml en 1 ers. to u pji I y i Ihmui in <��������� o I ���������' ��������� ^Voices.  tef.Miire Siiu'ett'*' to iHeir'own iiiierlor conrpmindp,- tho  p u hi i c' 1S) -I i e re b y, ��������� i n I o rin e d t it a u Ik on 1 y (wa y to pit),  jcure the genuine, is to  ASK FOB LEA1. & PEBBINS' ..SATjpE  : and' to' see '���������.''.'! i at their a a ni es'������ re u iron ill v wr Ai'rKii  jj.ABF.ts,sTonriiK, and botti k. -*>  Spiiteoj theforcjga������iunrk<M$;having been supplied  wiili-aspurious,\VorcestersbireSnnee.upon the \yraj).  peViCnd la:b'������ls of which the names of Lea:ahd-l'errins  Unvq be >������.'forged, ������Ii. nnd.-'.P: give notice that'tla;y  have i u rn I sii ed their oor respond e n t s -wjt h power. ,of  attorney to take instant proccMMlings against mani>  lACTUKKRsand vexDORf-ol siie.h,.or!Uiy otberiinlla-  tjoiis by.whioli,theiirigh,\mu)'..hy Infringed> . , r.  Ask.for' .LEA\Sc PERRINS'; Sauce? and. see  %17ame 'oh 'Wrapper/Label, Bottle, anJd  Stopper. ���������-"     '-y.fi-   :���������������������������:.. >.u-fi.;.������'p;s  Wholesale and for;Cxportby tbeProprietoiSi Wor*  ces i('t; Crosse.a n d n I*i ck \VV! 1.1,t>n d on, &c., kc..; \tudy  bv (j roc el's an d 011 iii en an i versalli.       '  ;  y^^T^^  {,'  WettMl&Mc^  Barkerville,   Rjchfield  ^^���������New yQooils. will  be. received^ everyj  week' during the season, ^gs^  ,      BOOTS,   SHOES,  do thing   and   G-rcceyies,  OF THE BEST QUALITY;  Forenlc at the Store of tbe undersigned In Barker-  ville.oppositethe Bank ot BritishColumbir.  W. KKNME.  ���������A.VD-  VAN' WINKLE!  /AySUPELYOF THE  ^sTiQMafy-.cF:,fmsh ieats  n  as af������������al  PUBLIC   NOTICE,  Lightning Creek, afop^e  the Canyon, ahove Va^  Winkle, and between the1  two Canyons.  XfOTIGK is hereby given tthat an application will be  ���������li mado:5it tli on ex t-Session of tho raihament of  Canada'for au Act u> 1 ueorporato  THE   WESTERN   CANADIAN   TACEFHC  RAILWAY  COMPANY..  for the purpose of'constructing anil working a Rail-  Way, commencing at a point m or ne.-ir rictoria,  British Columbia, thence' to some puinton the East-  crn Coast ot V'.incouver��������� rslan.i1, and irom thence.\iyt  Rriilrre or Si rum eounmuii cation to some point on tbe  Weston; Coast of tlio'Mainland ot British Columbi.-k  .bet.w.ei n tho Forlynhub .inil Kil'ty-lourth paraU������l of  north hititudej tbonce through tlie Mainland of British  Columbia by some pniciicaUie piss of ihe Kooky  Mountains to the. Nort.li West Territory, and to soino  point on i.he N'orth West Territory, wlu-rc a junction  will be effected with a Jiuc of Railway starting.trom  the "Itaii\vay sysiehi to the'North E<iJ?t parta "of Ou-j  r^^ o,      - _  tario, am! running; towards the Rocky Mount,ins, Ifi^Q '^he SiiarehOlClerS  with powerto titkc such do vialioud and branch lines  to c onnect wi th- the. seahoard of: Vancou ver: Island  or elsewhere, as may be.advisable and for tlio pur-  pose albresaid, and to establish^ equip, and maintain  such Ferries und Steam V'essels as may be necessurv.  .fiy.fifi .-;-���������'    fi.      .     DIUKfi & JACKSON,   fi.  ��������� Solicitors.  .Vlctqria, BC.v24th January, .1872. ju27  HAVE been reqitesicdby seveml respectable parties, who cab-tuHttfy to the afllo.-tcy of my systein*  to .aguiu make public the tact, that_. '.'.?'  -Moses' Hair Inyigorator  WILL PRE VEST 'BALDNESS,  liE.STORE. .H AIR TH AT U BRCO W1NG TH IN  OR FA LL1 NO < >F P, and ol lee tua 11 v  '.eUKfi BCURF OR DANDRLW.  This is not������ inere assertion en toy part} as I have  in in y;i>os session numerous tes ti men ialscerii lying to  t he- s u ccess o l ;i n y re mod y. V  I do net, of c������ni rse pre ten d that T can. in ale e tlie li a i r  brro'.v,on heaiIs.wliich ha.vo beeji ba 1 d kw yanm.; bu't  I wilJguarahte'e to stop the hnvr from falling oif, to  i n ere a se i ts gro vv th, a n d e ft'ec t iia 11 v r e mo v <> Scii rf (>;r  Dandruff. fi'-WfiO, MOSES,  .. . ','-   :    v Uarkcrville,B.C.  . * CERT1 PI'CATB.  Tb i������i ai-to c er ti f y t hat d otln'% lasts p H n g my l\ M r  was rapid ly f a 11 i n ir n u t a u 11 'in y ! tea d w a ������ U\ st n ha on������-  i n z '* a I ��������� 1, w b oi i lap pi led t o M r W, I) MO< JW. iu r b e r.  Hiirkt-rvi!]������->, who m n few weeks restored mv l������������ir to  ������l-s i urin e.r Ji e-aJ I \\y a tate ��������� '. j I)A VID S1B RON S ��������� ���������  . BWrUorriHe Dec.^'Uflfi*., fijfi fi    '   <$M1 w ; '  .AIATAVS ON HAND.-  L I G B-TNIWG���������C RE'EX;  Ojj  Tho Gold Commissioner of the District  having ruct*ived a Pt*titlosv from the pii111*rs  on LigliUiiug (Jr**������k,aakiaj* him lo mukeaoim  liegn I ati o n 8 with 'rete re rice to the 1) mu p i lig  of Headings hi the Creek,  * ��������� I % ��������� is h e reby;'. o nl ered l-h a t tlie h ead i ngs  fi from the di fferen t cIai ms a bo ve th e Cai iyo ii j  *' a b o vo Vm n Wi rt It le, as well.as' those between  " the two. Canyo11s. shall tiot be duinped int<i  *s theChanneiof the Cr^ek, bttuuost be placed  "hi such sp o ts th at the h igh w ater' wi II no t  (��������� wash th: rn away intu the Uhanne 1, or it thU  "is-impracticable from the narrowness of the  *' body of the Greek, that tiloy shall be secured  *��������� by a substantial cribbing, us it is most es-  lt sential that the general Channel of the  ���������' Greek f hoi iid not be tin necessarily ob;  " fitrucied diu'uig the freshets. ,  ���������      Given, niideiv my hand arif] seal ut,  EicMeliiarii3^;M,March/iB7%,^'.  , .(Signed') fifi,. If. Al. BAljfi,  ���������np6 it /Gold Gbiumigfiioaor*  M'INKRS'AND TRADERS wiDllnri it to their nil.  . v p ilia g c. to p u r uha 6 v^i.t tint- S to I e, \v h ere t be te ia  i:.iplg:; ipORiiEp;^- G#ij>  of th & y ory-fib est'desc ri pi i on on iha n d -, and ���������? the *b look  constantly replenished by :uu.\\: arrivals., Tha probacy  :;y''-'iV': '"'"' 'tor u''ii)';selIGbo'*ls :-'. '. " '"fifi. V" y  AS,'CHEAF ��������� AS, ANZyIN : CAKIBOO^  Orders' promptly filled and forwarded with dispatch.  J; W. LINDHAIiDv  A.:':,PE'JDOIA,;v:  . BARKEaVILLE,  COMMISSION  ST0KAGE.  G-roceries, Provisions and  aors.   :       fi-  FO R

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